Andrei Markov: The Eastern Conference Fan Favorite

Francois GendronSenior Writer INovember 21, 2007
  1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh (94,118)
  2. Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa (41,198)
  3. Daniel Briere, Philadelphia (32,751)
  4. Alex Ovechkin, Washington (30,686)
  5. Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay (28,615)
  6. Dany Heatley, Ottawa (27,121)
  7. Ilya Kovalchuk, Atlanta (26,628)
  8. Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh (18,015)
  9. Saku Koivu, Montreal (17,891)
  10. Maxim Afinogenov, Buffalo (17,782)
  1. Andrei Markov, Montreal (48,134)
  2. Zdeno Chara, Boston (45,949)
  3. Tomas Kaberle, Toronto (36,125)
  4. Brian Campbell, Buffalo (33,857)
  5. Kimmo Timonen, Philadelphia (30,951)
  6. Wade Redden, Ottawa (29,457)
  7. Ryan Whitney, Pittsburgh (27,028)
  8. Jay Bouwmeester, Florida (23,454)
  9. Chris Phillips, Ottawa (19,174)
  10. Bryan McCabe, Toronto (18,840)
  1. Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers (30,324)
  2. Martin Brodeur, New Jersey (29,631)
  3. Martin Biron, Philadelphia (27,849)
  4. Cristobal Huet, Montreal (24,515)
  5. Ryan Miller, Buffalo (14,112)
  6. Ray Emery, Ottawa (11,752)
  7. Cam Ward, Carolina (10,565)
  8. Rick DiPietro, NY Islanders (10,352)
  9. Tomas Vokoun, Florida (6,949)
  10. Olaf Kolzig, Washington (5,623)

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