Wow, that's hilarious. Ovy wouldn't have been second-team RW if someone hadn't mistakenly voted Patrick Kane first-team LW. Good lord.— Fear The Fin (@fearthefin) July 3, 2013
ESPN.com's Jesse Rogers tweeted "The White Sox will honor the Blackhawks and Patrick Sharp at a ceremony prior to tonight's game". CSN Chicago's Tracey Myers also tweeted: CORRECTION: Blackhawks' Patrick Sharp and the Stanley Cup will be at US Cellular tonight.
Hockey Night In American's Craig Simpson tweeted "Better check the with the engraver of the Cup and make sure Ovie's name didn't somehow make it on the Blackhawks list too". Yahoo! Sports's Greg Wyshynski also tweeted: See, this Ovie thing is an argument for transparency. Not, like, "WHO GAVE PATRICK KANE A 5TH PLACE VOTE FOR THE SELKE grumble grumble.
NHL Reporter's Adam Proteau tweeted "CENTER 1. Toews 2. Crosby 3. Tavares RIGHT WING 1. Ovechkin 2. Kane 3. Kessel LEFT WING 1. Kunitz 2. Nash 3. Zetterberg". Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc also tweeted: Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews named to 2012-2013 NHL Second All-Star Team.
Chicago Sun Times's Mark Lazerus tweeted "Jonathan Toews named a second-team NHL all-star". The Offical Twitter Account of the Chicago Blackhawks tweeted "Congrats to The Captain, Jonathan Toews, who earned Second Team NHL All-Star honors".
Arlington Daily Herald's Tim Sassone tweeted "Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews named NHL second team all-star". In related news, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago tweeted "Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews named to NHL's Second All-Star team".
The Fourth Period's Tab Bamford tweeted "ZERO Blackhawks make the first team all-NHL this morning. Because Ovi & the Pens needed more recognition that doesn't involve the Cup". NY Times's Chris Botta also tweeted: Jonathan Toews gets the nod as the center for the NHL All-Star Second Team over John Tavares.