Phil Kessel and both Daniel and Henrik Sedin were voted the easiest to intimidate among All-Star caliber players in the NHL, according to a recent Sports Illustrated poll. The results were based on 145 NHL players who responded to SI's poll, with Kessel leading the way.
The Maple Leafs forward received 15 percent of the vote to run away with the lead, while the two Canucks were voted on as a pair and came in second with eight percent.
Alexander Semin, Patrick Kane and Ilya Kovalchuk rounded out the top five, and the Sedins also received votes individually. Henrik edged out Daniel alone, coming in sixth place with three percent while Daniel tied for 17th by himself with one percent of the vote.
Surprisingly, Roberto Luongo did not break the top tier of easy-to-indimidate players. After his absence in big games all year long, maybe it's because the players don't think he's an All-Star?