Today, the official website of the 2018 Week of Hockey Stars annouced the results of the fans' vote to select 16 players for the starting lines of the four teams which will contest the 2018 KHL All-Star Game.

Over the past ten days, thousands of fans had their say in selecting four players (two forwards and two defensemen) for each Division. The results are as follows:

Bobrov Division:

Defensemen:

Mark-Andre Gragnani (Dinamo Minsk) – 5,964 votes

Dmitry Kalinin (Spartak) – 4,153 votes

Forwards:

Eeli Tolvanen (Jokerit) – 5,819 votes

Ilya Kovalchuk (SKA) – 5,598 votes

Tarasov Division:

Defensemen:

Staffan Kronwall (Lokomotiv) – 3,453 votes

Nikita Nesterov (CSKA) - 1,988 votes

Forwards:

Kirill Kaprizov (CSKA) – 3,768 votes

Dmitry Kagarlitsky (Severstal) – 2,480 votes

Kharlamov Division:

Defensemen:

Andrei Markov (Ak Bars) - 3,501 votes

Chris Lee (Metallurg Magnitogorsk) – 3,331 votes

Forwards:

Sergei Mozyakin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk) – 4,238 votes

Vladimir Tkachyov (Ak Bars) – 2,614 votes

Chernyshev Division:

Defensemen:

Kevin Dallman (Barys) – 2,995 votes

Philip Larsen (Salavat Yulaev) — 2,759 votes

Forwards:

Nigel Dawes (Barys) — 4,289 votes

Linus Omark (Salavat Yulaev) – 2,483 votes

This concludes the first stage of the selection process. The second stage is the journalists' vote, in which members of the media select the starting goaltender, plus one defenseman and one forward, for each Division.

We remind fans that tickets for the biggest show of the KHL season are already on general sale. Tickets for all the events which make up the 2018 Week of Hockey Stars, including the KHL All-Star Game, the YHL Challenge Cup, and the WHL All-Star Game, may be purchased via the event's official website and at the Barys Arena box office.

Richard Delacy,
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