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All Olympic rosters set

All Olympic rosters set

Teams submit names with one month to go

Published 24.01.2014 22:02 GMT+4 | Author Adam Steiss
All Olympic rosters set
Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby will lead their teams into Sochi 2014. Photo: HHOF/IIHF Images
With defending champions Canada and hosts Russia declaring their players, all of the men's preliminary rosters have now been submitted for Sochi 2014

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Facing off in Group B with Canada, Finland, and Norway, The Austrians will be counting on NHL superstar Thomas Vanek to drive the offence in Sochi. It's the first time Austria will play in the Olympics since 2002, meaning Vanek will be representing his country in the world's biggest tournament for the first time. Joining him will be Michael Grabner, his teammate on the New York Islanders.

Austria’s veteran leadership will likely come from Gerhard Unterluggauer, who has played in 239 international games, including Austria’s last Olympics in 1998 and 2002 and in 18 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships (including Division I). Michael Raffl, a rookie with the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers, has eleven points in 29 games this season.

Bernhard Starkbaum, Brynäs Gävle (SWE)
René Swette, KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
Fabian Weinhandl, KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)

Mario Altmann, VSV Villach (AUT)
Florian Iberer, KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
Andre Lakos, Vienna Capitals (AUT)
Robert Lukas, EHC Linz (AUT)
Thomas Pöck, KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
Matthias Trattnig, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
Stefan Ulmer, HC Lugano (SUI)
Gerhard Unterluggauer, VSV Villach (AUT)

Michael Grabner, New York Islanders (NHL)
Raphael Herburger, EHC Biel (SUI)
Thomas Hundertpfund, Timrå IK (SWE)
Matthias Iberer, EHC Linz (AUT)
Thomas Koch, KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
Andreas Kristler, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
Manuel Latusa, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
Brian Lebler, EHC Linz (AUT)
Daniel Oberkofler, EHC Linz (AUT)
Michael Raffl, Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Thomas Raffl, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
Oliver Setzinger, Lausanne HC (SUI)
Thomas Vanek, New York Islanders (NHL)
Daniel Welser, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)


For Canada, the defending Olympic champions will have 11 players returning to the squad from the team that won gold at the Vancouver 2010 Games.

In what is always one of the most heavily analysed and debated selections ahead of every Olympics, Canada’s roster is almost more about who was left off the roster than who made the cut. Notable omissions from the squad in at forward include Claude Giroux, Taylor Hall, James Neal, Joe Thornton, Eric Staal, Martin St. Louis, Logan Couture, and defencemen Dan Boyle and Brent Seabrook.

Roberto Luongo, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Mike Smith, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)

Jay Bouwmeester, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
Dan Hamhuis, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Duncan Keith, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Alex Pietrangelo, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
P.K. Subban, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Marc-Édouard Vlasic, San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Shea Weber, Nashville Predators (NHL)

Jamie Benn, Dallas Stars (NHL)
Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins (NHL)
Jeff Carter, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Matt Duchene, Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
Chris Kunitz, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Patrick Marleau, San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Rick Nash, New York Rangers (NHL)
Corey Perry, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
Patrick Sharp, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
John Tavares, New York Islanders (NHL)
Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)

Czech Republic

The Czechs will bring an NHL-heavy roster to Sochi, with 17 players from the league joining the team. Montreal Canadiens forward Tomas Plekanec was named team captain.

The roster contains a number of veteran players, including 42-year-old ex-NHLer Peter Nedved and 30-year-old Jiri Novotny, both of whom play in the Czech Extraliga, while Jaromir Jagr will play in his fifth Olympics. The 41-year-old forward was on the Czech team that won gold at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano and helped the team claim bronze in Turin 2006.

Jakub Kovar, Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg (RUS)
Ondrej Pavelec, Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Alexander Salak, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS)

Michal Barinka, Vitkovice Ostrava (CZE)
Radko Gudas, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Tomas Kaberle, Rytiri Kladno (CZE)
Lukas Krajicek, Dynamo Minsk (BLR/KHL)
Zbynek Michalek, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
Michal Rozsival, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Ladislav Smid, Calgary Flames (NHL)
Marek Zidlicky, New Jersey Devils (NHL)

Roman Cervenka, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS)
Patrik Elias, New Jersey Devils (NHL)
Michael Frolik, Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Martin Hanzal, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
Ales Hemsky, Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
Jaromir Jagr, New Jersey Devils (NHL)
David Krejci, Boston Bruins (NHL)
Milan Michalek, Ottawa Senators (NHL)
Petr Nedved, Bili Tygri Liberec (CZE)
Jiri Novotny, Lev Prague (CZE/KHL)
Ondrej Palat, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Tomas Plekanec, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Vladimir Sobotka, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Jakub Voracek, Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)


On the heels of the country's World Juniors triumph, Finland has announced its roster for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, along with Slovakia and Latvia. As expected, Finland’s team will feature the NHL goaltending trio of Antti Niemi, Tuukka Rask, and Kari Lehtonen, considered to be among the world’s top netminders.

In all, 16 NHLers will be on the Finnish team, although Minnesota Wild captain Mikko Koivu’s status has been thrown into question after the forward sustained a broken ankle during a game on 4 January against the Washington Capitals. Teemu Selänne will become only the second ice hockey player ever to have participated in six Olympics, joining another Finn with the same attendance record, Raimo Helminen.

Kari Lehtonen, Dallas Stars (NHL)
Antti Niemi, San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins (NHL)

Lasse Kukkonen, Kärpät Oulu (FIN)
Juuso Hietanen, Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod (RUS)
Sami Lepistö, Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg (RUS)
Olli Määttä, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Sami Salo, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Kimmo Timonen, Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Ossi Väänänen, Jokerit Helsinki (FIN)
Sami Vatanen, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)

Juhamatti Aaltonen, Kärpät Oulu (FIN)
Aleksander Barkov, Florida Panthers (NHL)
Valtteri Filppula, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Mikael Granlund, Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Jussi Jokinen, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Olli Jokinen, Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Mikko Koivu, Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Leo Komarov, Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
Petri Kontiola, Traktor Chelyabinsk (RUS)
Lauri Korpikoski, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
Jori Lehterä, Sibir Novosibirsk (RUS)
Antti Pihlström, Salavat Yulayev Ufa (RUS)
Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Teemu Selänne, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)


Only one NHL player will be featured on Latvia’s 2014 Olympic team: 20-year-old forward Zemgus Girgensons of the Buffalo Sabres. However, the team could benefit from the familiarity between the players of this small hockey nation. Of the 13 KHL players on the Olympic roster, eight are from the club team Dinamo Riga.

Kaspars Daugavins of Genève-Servette HC, who was a key player in the country’s Olympic qualification campaign, will be heading to Sochi. Kristers Gudlevskis of the AHL’s Syracuse Crunch will likely get the first shot at the starting goaltender position.  

Kristers Gudlevskis, Syracuse Crunch (AHL)
Edgars Masalskis, no club team
Ervins Mustukovs, Esbjerg IK (DEN)

Oskars Bartulis, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
Ralfs Freibergs, Bowling Green State University (NCAA)
Arturs Kulda, Salavat Yulayev Ufa (RUS)
Sandis Ozolins, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Georgijs Pujacs, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Krisjanis Redlihs, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Arvids Rekis, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Kristaps Sotnieks, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)

Armands Berzins, Beibarys Atyrau (KAZ)
Martins Cipulis, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Lauris Darzins, no club team
Kaspars Daugavins, Genève-Servette HC (SUI)
Zemgus Girgensons, Bufalo Sabres (NHL)
Miks Indrasis, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Koba Jass, Bili Tygri Liberec (CZE)
Martins Karsums, Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
Ronalds Kenins, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)
Vitalijs Pavlovs, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Mikelis Redlihs, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RUS)
Janis Sprukts, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RUS)
Juris Stals, HK Poprad (SVK)
Herberts Vasiljevs, Krefeld Pinguine (GER)


13 members from the  Vancouver 2010 team will compete for the country once again in Russia. Norway will be looking to improve upon its tenth-place finish in 2010, in what will be coach Roy Johansen's 13th consecutive campaign with the national team.

Forward Mats Zuccarello is the team's lone NHLer. The diminutive forward has had a breakthrough year for the New York Rangers and is currently on pace for a 60-point season. Patrick Thoresen of SKA Saint Petersburg will likely join Zuccarello on the top line. The forward was second overall in scoring at the 2012 World Championship with 18 points in just eight games.

Lars Haugen, Dinamo Minsk (BLR/KHL)
Lars Volden, Espoo Blues (FIN)
Steffen Søberg, Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)

Alexander Bonsaksen, Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)
Jonas Holøs, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RUS)
Henrik Solberg, Stavanger Oilers (NOR)
Daniel Sørvik, Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)
Ole-Kristian Tollefsen, Färjestad Karlstad (SWE)
Mats Trygg, Lørenskog (NOR)
Henrik Ødegaard, Missouri Mavericks (CHL)

Morten Ask, Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)
Anders Bastiansen, Färjestad Karlstad (SWE)
Robin Dahlstrøm, Örebro HK (SWE)
Kristian Forsberg, MODO Örnsköldsvik (SWE)
Mads Hansen, Storhamar Dragons (NOR)
Marius Holtet, Färjestad Karlstad (SWE)
Sondre Olden, Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)
Ken Andre Olimb, DEG Düsseldorf (GER)
Mathis Olimb, Frölunda Gothenburg (SWE)
Mats Rosseli Olsen, Frölunda Gothenburg (SWE)
Niklas Roest, BIK Karlskoga (SWE-2)
Martin Røymark, Färjestad Karlstad (SWE)
Per-Åge Skrøder, MODO Örnsköldsvik (SWE)
Patrick Thoresen, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS)
Mats Zuccarello, New York Rangers (NHL)


As for the host Russians, there are few suprises with the roster containing the usual suspects such as Alex Ovechkin, Yevgeni Malkin, Ilya Kovalchuk and Pavel Datsyuk. One of the notable young guns on the team is Valeri Nichushkin of the Dallas Stars. This will be Nichushkin's second trip to Sochi, as the 18-year-old captained Russia at the 2013 IIHF U18 World Championship last April.

The roster features 10 players currently playing in the Kontinental Hockey League in addition to 15 NHLers. Sergei Bobrovski, Semyon Varlamov, and Alexander Yeryomenko form the goaltending trio for the Russians, who will open the tournament on 14 February against Slovakia.

Sergei Bobrovski, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Semyon Varlamov, Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
Alexander Yeryomenko, Dynamo Moscow (RUS)

Anton Belov, Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
Andrei Markov, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Yevgeni Medvedev, Ak Bars Kazan (RUS)
Nikita Nikitin, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Ilya Nikulin, Ak Bars Kazan (RUS)
Fyodor Tyutin, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Vyacheslav Voinov, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
Alexei Yemelin, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)

Artyom Anisimov, Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Ilya Kovalchuk, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS)
Nikolai Kulyomin, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
Yevgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Valeri Nichushkin, Dallas Stars (NHL)
Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals (NHL)
Alexander Popov, Avangard Omsk (RUS)
Alexander Radulov, CSKA Moscow (RUS)
Alexander Syomin, Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Alexei Tereshchenko, Ak Bars Kazan (RUS)
Viktor Tikhonov, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS)

Note: Sergei Soin (replaced by Alexander Syomin) and Denis Kokarev taken out due to injury after the announcement.


Slovakia’s strength will come from its defence, anchored by Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins. Martek Marincin, Andrej Meszaros, Andrej Sekera form a strong defensive corps, one that could be further bolstered by New York Islanders D-man Lubomir Visnovsky. While Visnovsky was selected, he has been hampered by the effects of a concussion sustained earlier in the season and has yet to return to the ice.

On offence, the points are expected to come as usual from the two Marians, Gaborik and Hossa, and Michal Handzus of the Chicago Blackhawks. In all, 14 players will be joining the team from the NHL, another 10 from the KHL, including three from Slovak club team Slovan Bratislava, and one, Tomas Marcinko, from the Slovak Extraliga.

Peter Budaj, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Jaroslav Halak, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Jan Laco, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)

Ivan Baranka, Avangard Omsk (RUS)
Dominik Granak, Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins (NHL)
Martin Marincin, Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
Andrej Meszaros, Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Andrej Sekera, Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Michal Sersen, Slovan Bratislava (SVK/KHL)
Lubomir Visnovsky, New York Islanders (NHL)

Milan Bartovic, Slovan Bratislava (SVK/KHL)
Marian Gaborik, Columbus Bluejackets (NHL)
Michal Handzus, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Marcel Hossa, Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL)
Marian Hossa, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Tomas Jurco, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Tomas Kopecky, Florida Panthers (NHL)
Tomas Marcinko, HC Kosice (SVK)
Michel Miklik, Slovan Bratislava (SVK/KHL)
Peter Ölvecky, Slovan Bratislava (SVK/KHL)
Richard Panik, Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
Tomas Surovy, Dynamo Minsk (BLR/KHL)
Tomas Tatar, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Tomas Zaborsky, Salavat Yulayev Ufa (RUS)


Slovenia will feature many of the players who helped the team qualify for its first-ever Olympic tournament. A notable, and unsurprising, addition to the team is NHLer Anze Kopitar, considered the country’s best hockey export and who currently plays for the Los Angeles Kings. Kopitar will be coached by his father Matjaz on the national team, but will not get to play with his brother Gasper, who did not make the Olympic squad.

Luka Gracnar, Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
Andrej Hocevar, Epinal Dauphins (FRA)
Robert Kristan, HK Nitra (SVK)

Blaz Gregorc, HC Pardubice (CZE)
Sabahudin Kovacevic, Sary-Arka Karaganda (KAZ/RUS2)
Ales Kranjc, Kölner Haie (GER)
Ziga Pavlin, IF Troja-Ljungby (SWE2)
Matic Podlipnik, Dukla Jihlava (CZE2)
Klemen Pretnar, VSV Villach (AUT)
Mitja Robar, Krefeld Pinguine (GER)
Andrelj Tavzelj, Rouen Dragons (FRA)

Bostjan Golicic, Briançon Diables Rouges (FRA)
Ziga Jeglic, ERC Ingolstadt (GER)
Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
Anze Kuralt, Epinal Dauphins (FRA)
Jan Mursak, CSKA Moscow (RUS)
Ales Music, Olimpija Ljubljana (SLO)
Ziga Pance, Bolzano Foxes (ITA)
Tomaz Razingar, IF Troja-Ljungby (SWE2)
David Rodman, IK Oskarshamn (SWE2)
Marcel Rodman, Schwenninger ERC (GER)
Robert Sabolic, ERC Ingolstadt
Rok Ticar, Kölner Haie (GER)
Jan Urbas, Red Bull München (GER)
Miha Verlic, Olimpija Ljubljana (SLO)


Sweden will go for gold with a roster that sees six returning players from the squad that won it all in Turin 2006: Henrik Lundqvist, Niklas Kronwall, Daniel Alfredsson, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, and Henrik Zetterberg. Alfredsson will be making his fifth Olympic appearance.

All but one of the players (Jimmie Ericsson) are from the NHL. In addition to the players mentioned above, Jonas Gustavsson, Henrik Tallinder, Johnny Oduya, Nicklas Bäckstrom, Loui Eriksson, and Johan Franzén return from the team that played in Vancouver 2010. Two of the Olympic rookies that could make a big impact will be Gabriel Landeskog of the Colorado Avalanche and Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators, both of whom are having excellent seasons with their respective clubs.

Jhonas Enroth, Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
Jonas Gustavsson, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers (NHL)

Alexander Edler, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
Jonathan Ericsson, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Niklas Hjalmarsson, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Erik Karlsson, Ottawa Senators (NHL)
Niklas Kronwall, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Johnny Oduya, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Henrik Tallinder, Buffalo Sabres (NHL)

Daniel Alfredsson, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Nicklas Bäckström, Washington Capitals (NHL)
Patrik Berglund, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Jimmie Ericsson, Skellefteå AIK (SWE)
Loui Eriksson, Boston Bruins (NHL)
Johan Franzén, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Carl Hagelin, New York Rangers (NHL)
Marcus Krüger, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
Daniel Sedin, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Henrik Sedin, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Jakob Silfverberg, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
Alexander Steen, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)


On the Swiss side, Anaheim Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller and Calgary Flames netminder Reto Berra will be the goaltenders going into Sochi. The Swiss defensive corps will be anchored by NHLers Rafael Diaz of the Montreal Canadiens, Roman Josi of the Nashville Predators, Mark Streit from the Philadelphia Flyers and Yannick Weber of the Vancouver Canucks.

All but two Swiss NHLers were nominated. Most of the roster comes from the Swiss National League A. Defenceman Mathias Seger of the ZSC Lions Zurich was named the team’s captain.

Reto Berra Calgary Flames (NHL)
Jonas Hiller, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
Tobias Stephan, Genève-Servette HC (SUI)

Severin Blindenbacher, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)
Rafael Diaz, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Philippe Furrer, SC Bern (SUI)
Roman Josi, Nashville Predators (NHL)
Mathias Seger, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)
Mark Streit, Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Julien Vauclair, HC Lugano (SUI)
Yannick Weber, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)

Andres Ambühl, HC Davos (SUI)
Matthias Bieber, Kloten Flyers (SUI)
Simon Bodenmann, Kloten Flyers (SUI)
Damien Brunner, New Jersey Devils (NHL)
Luca Cunti, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)
Ryan Gardner, SC Bern (SUI)
Denis Hollenstein, Genève-Servette HC (SUI)
Simon Moser, Milwaukee Admirals (AHL)
Nino Niederreiter, Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Martin Plüss, SC Bern (SUI)
Kevin Romy, Genève-Servette HC (SUI)
Reto Suri, EV Zug (SUI)
Morris Trachsler, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)
Roman Wick, ZSC Lions Zurich (SUI)


No longer under the radar, Team USA released its 25-man Olympic roster that seeks to improve on its surprising, yet ultimately disappointing 2010 silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games.

Leading the 2014 mission are 13 holdovers from the Vancouver squad, headlined by forwards Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks) and Zach Parise (Minnesota Wild), defenceman Ryan Suter (Minnesota Wild) and goaltender Ryan Miller (Buffalo Sabres). In all, Team USA returns 58-percent of the offence from the 2010 campaign.

Jimmy Howard, Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
Ryan Miller, Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)

John Carlson, Washington Capitals (NHL)
Justin Faulk, Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Cam Fowler, Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
Paul Martin, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Ryan McDonagh, New York Rangers (NHL)
Brooks Orpik, Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Kevin Shattenkirk, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Ryan Suter, Minnesota Wild (NHL)

David Backes, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
Ryan Callahan, New York Rangers (NHL)
Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Ryan Kesler, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Phil Kessel, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
T.J. Oshie, St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Max Pacioretty, Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Zach Parise, Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Joe Pavelski, San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Derek Stepan, New York Rangers (NHL)
Paul Stastny, Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
Blake Wheeler, Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
James van Riemsdyk, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)


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