Who's going to be on the 4 lines coming out of these 48 that were invited to the camp.
The goalies consist of Martin Brodeur (Montreal, Que./New Jersey, NHL); Marc-André Fleury (Sorel, Que./Pittsburgh, NHL); Roberto Luongo (Montreal, Que./Vancouver, NHL); Steve Mason (Oakville, Ont./Columbus, NHL) and Cam Ward (Sherwood Park, Alta./Carolina, NHL). Brodeur was Canada's starter both in 2002, when it won the gold medal in Salt Lake City; and again four years later in Turin, when it lost in the quarter-finals to Russia.
Among defencemen, there were a handful of returnees from previous Olympics or World Cup teams, including Scott Niedermayer, Chris Pronger, Robyn Regehr, Jay Bouwmeester and Dan Boyle. The others chosen: Francois Beauchemin, Brent Burns, Doughty, Mike Green, Dan Hamhuis, Duncan Keith, Dion Phaneuf, Stephane Robidas, Brent Seabrook, Marc Staal and Shea Weber. Left off the roster: Brian Campbell and Sheldon Souray, who scored 52 and 53 points respectively for Chicago and Edmonton last season; as well as veteran Rob Blake, a two-time former Olympian.
Up front, the 25 forwards were: Jeff Carter, Dan Cleary, Sidney Crosby, Shane Doan, Simon Gagne, Ryan Getzlaf, Dany Heatley, Jarome Iginla, Vincent Lecavalier, Milan Lucic, Patrick Marleau, Andy McDonald, Morrow, Rick Nash, Corey Perry, Mike Richards, Roy, Sakic, Patrick Sharp, Ryan Smyth, Martin St. Louis, the Staal brothers Eric and Jordan, Joe Thornton and Jonathan Toews.