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2009-10 Third Team All-Stars

LW: Patrick Marleau
C: Steven Stamkos
RW: Marian Gaborik
D: Chris Pronger, Dan Boyle
G: Martin Brodeur

One voter incorrectly gave Patrick Marleau a second-place vote as a right wing. Had the voter given Marleau that vote on the left wing team, Marleau would have taken the second-team LW spot from Daniel Sedin.

Career Stats

Left wing
- Alexander Ovechkin: 5 first, 0 second, 0 third (5 total)
- Daniel Sedin: 0 first, 1 second, 1 third (2 total)
- Patrick Marleau: 0 first, 0 second, 1 third (1 total)

Center
- Henrik Sedin: 1 first, 0 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Sidney Crosby: 1 first, 1 second, 2 third (4 total)
- Steven Stamkos: 0 first, 0 second, 1 third (1 total)

Right wing
- Patrick Kane: 1 first, 0 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Martin St. Louis: 1 first, 2 second, 1 third (4 total)
- Marian Gaborik: 0 first, 0 second, 1 third (1 total)

Defense
- Duncan Keith: 1 first, 0 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Mike Green: 2 first, 0 second, 0 third (2 total)
- Drew Doughty: 0 first, 1 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Nicklas Lidstrom: 9 first, 2 second, 3 third (14 total)
- Chris Pronger: 1 first, 3 second, 4 third (8 total)
- Dan Boyle: 0 first, 2 second, 1 third (3 total)

Goaltender
- Ryan Miller: 1 first, 0 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Ilya Bryzgalov, 0 first, 1 second, 0 third (1 total)
- Martin Brodeur: 3 first, 4 second, 4 third (11 total)

Commentary
- Ovechkin has earned a spot on the first all-star team for each of the first five years of his career. As far as I can tell, he is the only player in NHL history to do so.
- St. Louis continues to inch towards Hall of Fame territory. He now has four all-star selections in six years.
- Surprised to see Boyle with three all-star selections.

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