Tim Thomas Third in NHL All-Star Voting Behind Carey Price, Sergei Bobrovsky

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Apparently hockey fans haven’t been watching any games so far this season.

The NHL released early All-Star Game voting results as of Monday and Bruins goalie Tim Thomas, who in 13 starts has a 10-1-1 record and leads the league in both GAA (1.49) and save percentage (.954), is trailing both Carey Price (who has a 12-7-1 record in 20 starts) and Sergei Bobrovsky (who has an 11-3-1 record in 16 starts to go with a 2.29 GAA) in voting.

Both Price and Bobrovsky are write-ins while Thomas, who is also tied for the league-lead in shutouts with four, was on the ballot despite entering the season as Tuukka Rask‘s assumed backup. 

Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci don’t even crack the top 30 among forwards while Zdeno Chara is 10th among defensemen.

Sidney Crosby leads all players with 118,755 votes with Chicago defenseman Duncan Keith coming in second with 82,968. Nicklas Lidstrom (80,723), Alex Ovechkin (80,169) and Jonathan Toews (79,953) round out the top five.

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