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58-59, 59-60, 60-61 & 61-62 All-Stars

Not much info beyond the 1st and 2nd team for 58-59 or 59-60.

1958-59
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: (263/324, 141-102) Jacques Plante, Mtl 145 (66-79); Terry Sawchuk, Det 98 (75-23);
DEFENSE: (480/648, 260-220) Tom Johnson, Mtl 139 (60-79); Bill Gadsby, NYR 106 (52-54); Marcel Pronovost, Det 95 (54-41); Doug Harvey, Mtl 92 (46-46); Fern Flaman, Bos (48-)
CENTER: (242/324, 100-88) Jean Beliveau, Mtl 133 (47-86); Henri Richard, Mtl 55 (53-2); Don McKenney, Bos 54 (-);
RIGHT WING: (294/324, 161-133) Andy Bathgate, NYR 152 (69-83); Gordie Howe, Det 90 (40-50); Bernie Geoffrion, Mtl (49-); Maurice Richard, Mtl (3-)
LEFT WING: (212/324, 118-94) Dickie Moore, Mtl, 176 (86-90); Alex Delvecchio, Det 36 (32-4);

1959-60
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: (276/324, 155-121) Glenn Hall, Chi 106 (22-84); Jacques Plante, Mtl 105 (68-37); Terry Sawchuk, Det (65-);
DEFENSE: (543/648, 273-270) Doug Harvey, Mtl 154 (88-66); Marcel Pronovost, Det 98 (44-54); Allan Stanley, Tor 94 (35-59); Pierre Pilote, Chi 75 (19-56); Tom Johnson, Mtl 74 (39-35); Bob Armstrong, Bos (28-); Bill Gadsby, NYR (20-)
CENTER: (282/324, 158-124) Jean Beliveau, Mtl 158 (84-74); Bronco Horvath, Bos 100 (50-50); Henri Richard, Mtl (24-);
RIGHT WING: (282/324, 157-125) Gordie Howe, Det 172 (90-82); Bernie Geoffrion, Mtl 76 (33-43); Andy Bathgate, NYR (34-);
LEFT WING: (294/324, 159-135) Bobby Hull, Chi 172 (84-88); Dean Prentice, NYR 77 (30-47); Bert Olmstead, Tor (25-); Dickie Moore, Mtl (20-)

We again get a full voting record for the 1st half in 60-61. There is 0.5 points missing for the defense, so there is possibly a player that received a vote that is not listed due to his vote being worth less than a half point.

1960-61
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: (297/324, 162-135) Johnny Bower, Tor 156 (84-72); Glenn Hall, Chi 113 (50-63); Gump Worsley, NYR (25-); Terry Sawchuk, Det (2-); Charlie Hodge, Mtl (1-)
DEFENSE: (544.5/648, 323.5-221) Doug Harvey, Mtl 169 (83-86); Marcel Pronovost, Det 104 (50-54); Allan Stanley, Tor 68 (25-43); Pierre Pilote, Chi 53 (15-38); Carl Brewer, Tor (33-); Tom Johnson, Mtl (24.5-); Leo Boivin, Bos (24-); Pete Goegan, Det (20-); Warren Godfrey, Det (9-); Albert Langois, Mtl (8-0); Doug Mohns, Bos (7-); Elmer Vasko, Chi (7-); Jack Evans, Chi (5-); Bill Gadsby, NYR (5-); Bobby Baun, Tor (3-); Harry Howell, NYR (3-); Tim Horton, Tor (1-); Jean-Guy Talbot, Mtl (1-)
CENTER: (271/324, 162-109) Jean Beliveau, Mtl 170 (80-90); Henri Richard, Mtl 51 (32-19); Norm Ullman, Det (25-); Red Kelly, Tor (19-); Don McKenney, Bos (3-); Alex Delvecchio, Det (3-)
RIGHT WING: (303/324, 162-141) Bernie Geoffrion, Mtl 177 (87-90); Gordie Howe, Det 102 (51-51); Andy Bathgate, NYR (24-);
LEFT WING: (287/324, 162-125) Frank Mahovlich, Tor 175 (87-88); Dickie Moore, Mtl 93 (56-37); Bobby Hull, Chi (13-); Alex Delvecchio, Det (3-); Camille Henry, NYR (1-); Bert Olmstead, Tor (1-); Dean Prentice, NYR (1-)

We don't get a full result for the 1st half in 61-62, but it is still more than we get for the 2nd half and final totals.

1961-62
ALL-STAR TEAMS:
GOALTENDER: (292/324, 154-138) Jacques Plante, Mtl 157 (73-84); Glenn Hall, Chi 86 (32-54); Johnny Bower, Tor (49-)
DEFENSE: (457/648, 251-206) Doug Harvey, NYR 127 (85-42); Jean-Guy Talbot, Mtl 90 (29-61); Carl Brewer, Tor 79 (39-40); Pierre Pilote, Chi 69 (6-63); Jack Evans, Chi (36-); Allan Stanley, Tor (26-); Doug Mohns, Bos (20-); Marcel Pronovost, Det (10-);
CENTER: (248/324, 130-118) Stan Mikita, Chi 108 (26-82); Dave Keon, Tor 60 (24-36); Red Kelly, Tor (30-); Henri Richard, Mtl (28-); Ralph Backstrom, Mtl (22-)
RIGHT WING: (306/324, 162-144) Andy Bathgate, NYR 151 (69-82); Gordie Howe, Det 115 (53-62); Claude Provost, Mtl (31-); Bernie Geoffrion, Mtl (9-);
LEFT WING: (251/324, 133-118) Bobby Hull, Chi 116 (26-90); Frank Mahovlich, Tor 105 (77-28); Dean Prentice, NYR (30-);

That gives us something for every years all-star teams, and probably is about everything that Google archives can give us without using the pay-per-view papers.

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