Sabres' Girgensons dominating All-Star voting after 3 weeks
Timothy T. Ludwig / USA TODAY Sports

Internet servers in Latvia have been working overtime since NHL All-Star voting opened three weeks ago.

Buffalo Sabres center Zemgus Girgensons remains the top vote-getter for the annual event with 803,805 total votes, adding more than 400,000 in the past week alone, the league announced Tuesday.

He certainly owes the good folks back home in Latvia a lot of credit.

Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane ranks second with 375,758 votes, while his teammate Jonathan Toews sits in the third spot with 367,962 votes.

Duncan Keith and P.K. Subban lead all defensemen in voting, while Corey Crawford holds the edge in net.

Voting concludes Jan. 1.

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