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Martin St. Louis has defied his age this season.
Goaltender: Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks - The injury that kept Crawford out for four games recently might be the only thing preventing him from beating Anderson. This kid's been fantastic for the high-flying Blackhawks, and could beat Anderson to the Vezina when all's said and done.
Defensemen: Duncan Keith, Chicago Blackhawks; Kevin Shattenkirk, St. Louis Blues - Keith has been a rock at the back for the Hawks, as they set the league on fire. Shattenkirk, meanwhile, has thrust himself amongst the game's elite blueliners with some strong play this season.
Right Wing: Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay Lightning - The diminutive winger has been huge in the Lightning's offensive powerhouse. The 37-year-old benefits from playing alongside one of the game's young greats, with his 20 assists better than Crosby and Zetterberg.
Center: Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning - Very easily could've been selected over Crosby, but the Penguins' better record made the difference. The youngster would be on pace for nearly 60 goals if this were to be an 82-game season, and leads the league in points to boot.
Left Wing: Thomas Vanek, Buffalo Sabres - Loses out to Zetterberg due to Buffalo being dead last in the East. His 25 points are nearly twice his team's point total. If long-time Sabres coach Lindy Ruff can leave, what does that mean for Vanek's future?
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