Originally written on NY Rangers Blog  |  Last updated 11/20/14

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 26: Dan Girardi #5 of the New York Rangers skates against the New York Islanders on December 26, 2009 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.The Islanders defeated the Rangers 3-2 in overtime. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
During his post practice press conference yesterday John Tortorella was asked about his thoughts on the Dan Girardi All Star write-in campaign. Here's what he said (1:50 mark)...



...is it me or has the defunct Girardi campaign randomly picked up steam the last two days?

...what a strange question to ask Torts. But the Rangers coach gave an inspiring answer. I really may get the campaign going again. 


To learn how to vote for Girardi click on the "Read More" tab below.

Everyone can vote for Girardi through the online ballot or texting Girardi to the shortcode 81812 (Message and data rates may apply).

The best way to get around the 30 vote limit using the online ballot is to create numerous NHL profiles using multiple e-mail accounts. The easiest way to do this is by using disposable e-mail accounts. The way to do this is when you go to register a new profile at NHL.com just use anyname@mailcatch.com (i.e. kevindelury@mailcatch.com), enter a username, password and you will get a NHL.com profile. So there's no going to Yahoo! to create new e-mail accounts. You will still have to register a new profile for each 30 vote block, but at least it's one less step.

Unfortunately, there's really no way around the 30 text vote limit, so you can use friend's phones if you need.

Don't forget to tweet, Facebook, e-mail or call every friend, co-worker and family member to remind them to vote.

Also remember to vote for the Rangers already on the ballot.

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