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American Conference
Through Dec. 10
Forwards
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 326,131; Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa, 143,819; Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay, 142,674; Daniel Briere, Philadelphia, 121,860; Ilya Kovalchuk, Atlanta, 106,736; Alex Ovechkin, Washington, 106,121; Saku Koivu, Montreal, 84,215; Dany Heatley, Ottawa, 82,620; Maxim Afinogenov, Buffalo, 66,887; Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh, 56,112; Chris Drury, NY Rangers, 55,496; x-Alex Kovalev, Montreal, 51,147; Mats Sundin, Toronto, 49,941; Jaromir Jagr, NY Rangers, 47,568; Jason Blake, Toronto, 45,014; Simon Gagne, Philadelphia, 42,005.
sey, 11,514; Brad Richards, Tampa Bay, 9,227.
Defensemen
Andrei Markov, Montreal, 216,102; Zdeno Chara, Boston, 165,014; Brian Campbell, Buffalo, 125,849; Tomas Kaberle, Toronto, 121,814; Kimmo Timonen, Philadelphia, 100,204; Wade Redden, Ottawa, 95,056; Ryan Whitney, Pittsburgh, 89,665; Jay Bouwmeester, Florida, 85,849; Bryan McCabe, Toronto, 67,848; Dan Boyle, Tampa Bay, 66,756; Chris Phillips, Ottawa, 66,601; Henrik Tallinder, Buffalo, 54,204.
Goaltenders
Cristobal Huet, Montreal, 122,228; Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 120,537; Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, 113,484; Martin Biron, Philadelphia, 83,027; Ryan Miller, Buffalo, 53,787; Rick DiPietro, NY Islanders, 36,390; Ray Emery, Ottawa, 34,481; Cam Ward, Carolina, 30,104; Olaf Kolzig, Washington, 20,439; Tomas Vokoun, Florida, 16,615.
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Western Conference
Through Dec. 10
Western Conference
Forwards
ix, 46,290; Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles, 44,792.
Markus Naslund, Vancouver, 34,660; Ryan Smyth, Colorado, 32,120; Ales Hemsky, Edmonton, 30,68;1 Henrik Sedin, Vancouver, 29,719; Martin Havlat, Chicago, 29,092; Daniel Sedin, Vancouver, 28,735; Milan Hejduk, Colorado, 25,271; Andy McDonald, Anaheim, 22,598; Patrick Marleau, San Jose, 20,824; Keith Tkachuk, St. Louis, 20,380; Brian Rolston, Minnesota, 17,990; Daymond Langkow, Calgary, 16,776; Brenden Morrow, Dallas, 13,555; x-Patrick Kane, Chicago, 13,483; David Legwand, Nashville, 8,498.
Defensemen
Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit, 301,245; Dion Phaneuf, Calgary, 203,326; Chris Pronger, Anaheim, 133,259; Rob Blake, Los Angeles, 112,718; Francois Beauchemin, Anaheim, 103,071; Brian Rafalski, Detroit, 84,000; Scott Hannan, Colorado, 62,140; Sheldon Souray, Edmonton, 59,028; Sergei Zubov, Dallas, 58,804; Ed Jovanovski, Phoenix, 57,453; Mattias Ohlund, Vancouver, 55,241; Lubomir Visnovsky, Los Angeles, 36,247; Robyn Regehr, Calgary, 22,993.
Goaltenders
Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, 154,591; Pascal Leclaire, Columbus, 135,447; Dominik Hasek, Detroit, 73,152; Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 68,472; Niklas Backstrom, Minnesota, 55,957; Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 52,680; Evgeni Nabokov, San Jose, 35,169; Nikolai Khabibulin, Chicago, 33,441; Marty Turco, Dallas, 28,543.
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