Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Crosby Closing In on 1,000,000 All-Star Votes!

The all-time record for most votes received by a player to play in the NHL All-Star game was set in 2000 (Jaromir Jagr - 1,020,736) and both Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are currently set with enough votes to realistically break that record by January 2nd.

Here are the results as of 12:00 AM, 12/17/2008:

3 comments:

71crush said...

This may be a dumb question but how did people vote for Jagr in 2000? Was it texting or phone calls? It seems like back then less people would be texting. Its wild for Jagr to get over one million votes!
Go Sid and Geno!

Life_As_A_Redhead said...

He, funny that the first one was Jager.

Hot dog, I hope they BOTH break it.

Molly said...

if he breaks that record, and he will without a doubt!!, i will be so amazed!
i have loved him forever. and no, it's not JUST b/c he's hot, but he's an amazing hockey player.

GO SID & THE REST OF THE PENS!!!