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So who’s it going to be for the 2010 Canadian Men’s Hockey team?

A few weeks ago, The Calgary Herald had this list of players that got invites to attend the Olympic hockey team camp this month:

Goalies:

Martin Brodeur – New Jersey Devils

Roberto Luongo – Vancouver Canucks

Marc-Andre Fleury – Pittsburgh Penguins

Stave Mason – Columbus Blue Jackets

Cam Ward – Carolina Hurricanes

Defencemen:

Dan Boyle – San Jose Sharks

Scott Niedermayer – Anaheim Ducks

Chris Pronger – Philadelphia Flyers

Robyn Regehr – Calgary Flames

Marc Staal – New York Rangers

Shea Weber – Nashville Predators

Brent Burns – Minnesota Wild

Drew Doughty – Los Angeles Kings

Stephane Robidas – Dallas Stars

Dan Hamhuis – Nashville Predators

Duncan Keith – Chicago Blackhawks

Brent Seabrook – Chicago Blackhawks

Forwards:

Shane Doan – Phoenix Coyotes

Simon Gagne – Philadelphia Flyers

Eric Staal – Carolina Hurricanes

Milan Lucic – Boston Bruins

Derek Roy – Buffalo Sabres

Dany Heatley – Ottawa Senators

Joe Thornton – San Jose Sharks

Patrick Marleau – San Jose Sharks

Patrick Sharp – Chicago Blackhawks

Jarome Iginla – Calgary Flames

Vincent Lecavalier – Tampa Bay Lightning

Andy McDonald – St. Louis Blues

Jordan Staal – Pittsburgh Penguins

Rick Nash – Columbus Blue Jackets

Ryan Smith – Colorado Avalanche

Brenden Morrow – Dallas Stars

Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks

Joe Sakic – Colorado Avalanche

Jeff Carter – Philadelphia Flyers

Corey Perry – Anaheim Ducks

Dan Cleary – Detroit Red Wings

Martin St-Louis – Tampa Bay Lightning

Ryan Getzlaf – Anaheim Ducks

Micheal Richards – Philadelphia Flyers

Sidney Crosby – Pittsburgh Penguins

So, who’s it going to be?

The camp is taking place in Calgary at the Saddledome. The schedule is as follows:

Aug 24 – On-ice sessions in the evening

Aug 25 – On-ice sessions in the morning

Aug 26 – On-ice sessions in the afternoon

Aug 27 – On-ice sessions in the morning with a Red-White scrimmage at 7:PM MT

All practices are closed to the public; however, tickets to the Red-White scrimmage will be on sale.

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Anybody going to check out the scrimmage next Thursday at the Saddledome?

The local media did an interview with Dany Heatly today here in Kelowna. He's basically talking aboout his future with the Senators and next week's Olympic Team camp comes into the conversation at the end of the talk:

http://www.castanet.net/media/player.php?m...013&mtype=0

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Camp crucial to Olympic success

From CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/story/2009...-nicholson.html

The final 23-man Olympic squad won't be announced until December, but 46 NHL players will take a break from their summer holidays and gather in Calgary from Aug. 24-27 for the camp, all with an eye to being named to Team Canada's roster for the 2010 Winter Games.

They better not screw-it-up this time like they did in Torino. :rolleyes:

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Goalies:

Martin Brodeur – New Jersey Devils

Roberto Luongo – Vancouver Canucks

Marc-Andre Fleury – Pittsburgh Penguins

Stave Mason – Columbus Blue Jackets

Cam Ward – Carolina Hurricanes

Defencemen:

Dan Boyle – San Jose Sharks

Scott Niedermayer – Anaheim Ducks

Chris Pronger – Philadelphia Flyers

Robyn Regehr – Calgary Flames

Marc Staal – New York Rangers

Shea Weber – Nashville Predators

Brent Burns – Minnesota Wild

Drew Doughty – Los Angeles Kings

Stephane Robidas – Dallas Stars

Dan Hamhuis – Nashville Predators

Duncan Keith – Chicago Blackhawks

Brent Seabrook – Chicago Blackhawks

Forwards:

Shane Doan – Phoenix Coyotes

Simon Gagne – Philadelphia Flyers

Eric Staal – Carolina Hurricanes

Milan Lucic – Boston Bruins

Derek Roy – Buffalo Sabres

Dany Heatley – Ottawa Senators

Joe Thornton – San Jose Sharks

Patrick Marleau – San Jose Sharks

Patrick Sharp – Chicago Blackhawks

Jarome Iginla – Calgary Flames

Vincent Lecavalier – Tampa Bay Lightning

Andy McDonald – St. Louis Blues

Jordan Staal – Pittsburgh Penguins

Rick Nash – Columbus Blue Jackets

Ryan Smith – Colorado Avalanche

Brenden Morrow – Dallas Stars

Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks

Joe Sakic – Colorado Avalanche

Jeff Carter – Philadelphia Flyers

Corey Perry – Anaheim Ducks

Dan Cleary – Detroit Red Wings

Martin St-Louis – Tampa Bay Lightning

Ryan Getzlaf – Anaheim Ducks

Micheal Richards – Philadelphia Flyers

Sidney Crosby – Pittsburgh Penguins

My lines would be:

Nash - Crosby - Iginla

Getzlaf - Lecavalier - St. Louis

E. Staal - Savard - Carter

Gagne - Thornton - Doan

Pronger - Green

Bouwmeester - Niedermayer

Weber - Boyle

Brodeur - Luongo - Fleury

A few centers playing away from their natural positions, and some guys that aren't in camp, but so much talent!

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