Team Canada has announced its 25 player roster for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
- Roberto Luongo (Vancouver Canucks)
- Carey Price (Montreal Canadiens)
- Mike Smith (Phoenix Coyotes)
- Jay Bouwmeester (Calgary Flames)
- Drew Doughty (Los Angeles Kings)
- Dan Hamhuis (Vancouver Canucks)
- Duncan Keith (Chicago Blackhawks)
- Alex Pietrangelo (St. Louis Blues)
- P.K. Subban (Montreal Canadiens)
- Marc-Edouard Vlasic (San Jose Sharks)
- Shea Weber (Nashville Predators)
- Jamie Benn (Dallas Stars)
- Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
- Jeff Carter (Philadelphia Flyers)
- Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
- Matt Duchene (Colorado Avalanche)
- Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks)
- Chris Kunitz (Pittsburgh Penguins)
- Patrick Marleau (San Jose Sharks)
- Rick Nash (New York Rangers)
- Corey Perry (Anaheim Ducks)
- Patrick Sharp (Chicago Blackhawks)
- Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning)
- John Tavares (New York Islanders)
- Jonathan Toews (Chicago Blackhawks)
Winnipeg-born Jonathan Towes was the last player to be announced to the team, and there is some speculation that he might be designated as the captain for the Canadian Olympic team.
Also born in Winnipeg and heading to the Olympics is St. Louis Blues forward Alexander Steen. He’s the son of long-time Winnipeg Jet Thomas Steen. Alexander holds dual citizenship with Canada and Sweden and so he’ll be making his first appearance at an Olympics with the Swedish squad.
Of the current Winnipeg Jets, Blake Wheeler was announced to the United States squad back on January 1.
Learning today that they will be heading to the Olympics are Olli Jokinen (Finland), Ondrej Pavlec (Czech Republic) and forward Michael Frolik (Czech Republic).
— Garth Hilderman