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After a week of the readers voting, it is time move on to the second round, also known in this tournament as the Sweet 16. You voted on who your favorite Predators were and now we are down to sixteen. Only one will remain to be crowned the fan favorite. Go ahead and start voting after seeing the first round's results below. Have any questions? Ask them in the comment section below or contact me via Twitter or by email in the contact form above. #1 Shea Weber 100% vs #32 Vitali Yachmenev 0% #16 Greg Johnson 53% vs #17 Dan Hamhuis 47% #9 Tomas Vokoun 72% vs #24 Ryan Suter 28% #8 Kimmo Timonen 77% vs #25 Jerred Smithson 23% #13 Wade Belak 42% vs #20 Joel Ward 58% #12 Scott Walker 87% vs #21 Sergei Krivokrasov 13% #5 David Legwand 88% vs #28 Vernon Fiddler 12% #2 Pekka Rinne 97% vs #31 Peter Forsberg 3% #15 Jason Arnott 69% vs #18 Marek Zidlicky 31% #10 Scott Hartnell 84% vs #23 Tom Fitzgerald 16% #7 Paul Kariya 87% vs #26 Scottie Upshall 13% #3 Steve Sullivan 72% vs #30 Rich Peverley 28% #14 Cliff Ronning 6% vs #19 Patric Hornqvist 94% #11 JP Dumont 87% vs #22 Scott Nichol 13% #6 Martin Erat 97% vs #27 Patric Kjellberg 3%   Here is the updated brackets for each region. You see the matchups, it is time for you to vote for moves on! (Wait a minute for it to load) online polls polls customer survey survey services free polls surveys & polls survey tool web survey
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