NHL All-Star Voting: 25 Players Who Should Be on the Ballot

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NHL All-Star Voting: 25 Players Who Should Be on the Ballot
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Last week, the NHL released the voting ballots for the 2011-12 All-Star Game in Ottawa, Ontario. 

Most of the usual suspects (Alex Ovechkin, Tim Thomas, Nicklas Lidstrom, Steven Stamkos, Ryan Miller, Zdeno Chara, to name a few) are on the list.

Heck, even some guys who have yet to dress this season (Sidney Crosby, Marc Staal) are on the ballot and can receive votes to partake in the All-Star festivities. 

There are certainly a handful that simply aren't deserving right now (Jay Bouwmeester, Ed Jovanovski, Andrew Ladd, R.J. Umberger, among others), and because they're on the list, others who might be worthy of a nomination, well, they didn't get one. 

Here are twenty-five such NHLers who, in this writer's opinion, were wrongfully snubbed. 

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