Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons is still maintaining a huge lead over the rest of the pack in the voting for the 2015 NHL All-Star game.
The Red Wings defy expectation, reinforced with Hakan Andersson's talent pipeline. Paul Bruno says the deeper Leafs are doing the same in Toronto.
Tyler Seguin keeps rolling. Jan Levine says the hot-scoring Star is among the prime risers and also rates fallers and injury updates for Week 10.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning face off in the game of the night, while the Buffalo Sabres look to make a big climb in the Eastern Conference standings.
Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons leads the NHL All-Star Game fan voting by nearly 430,000 votes.
Zemgus Girgensons and Johnny 'Hockey' Gaudreau are among the Risers while Henrik Lundqvist is among the Fallers in Jan Levine's lineup advice.
Starting with legend Martin Brodeur's happy landing, Paul Bruno looks backup goalies to watch and the sustainability of three of the league's top-scoring surprises.
The Sabres and Lightning just couldn't play nice Thursday night. The two clubs combined for 110 PIM in the game, 106 of which came in the third period.
The NHL's leading All-Star vote getter is not Sidney Crosby or Steven Stamkos or Jonathan Toews. It is Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons.
Zemgus Girgensons has been on a tear of late and that's putting a real crimp on accusations that Buffalo is tanking for a high draft pick.

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