NEW YORK -- Sidney Crosby leads all players in voting for the NHL all-star game for a second straight week.
The Pittsburgh Penguins captain finished first with 218,791 votes, the league announced Monday.
The all-star game will be played in Raleigh on Jan. 30 with a new format. Captains will select the two teams from the pool of available players in a live draft.
Fan balloting will account for six players -- one to start at each position -- while the NHL's hockey operations staff will select the others.
The league leaders by position are: Crosby, Stamkos, and Chicago's Jonathan Toews (139,570) at forward; Chicago's Duncan Keith (137,642) and Philadelphia's Chris Pronger (137,549) on defence; and Price in goal.