By Peter Gleason
It seems as if the NHL all-star game voters have never heard of Claude Giroux (photo above) and Jake Voracek.
The NHL released another update in the voting results on Tuesday and neither high-scoring Flyers forward is in the top 15.
Three forwards, two defensemen and a goalie will be voted into the 2015 NHL All-Star Game, which will be played in Columbus on Jan. 25.
Voracek, tied for second in the scoring race heading into Tuesday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, was 17th among forwards in the voting with 114,578 votes. That left him almost a half million votes from being voted in.
Giroux, who is tied for fifth in scoring, was 31st with 89,182 votes.
The vote leaders thus far are Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford (509,259), defensemen Duncan Keith (567,184) of the Blackhawks and P.K. Subban (460,966) of the Montreal Canadiens, and forwards Zemgus Girgensons of the Buffalo Sabres (1,089,865) Patrick Kane (586,310) of the Blackhawks and Jonathan Toews (573,198) of the Blackhawks.