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Team Canada announces their roster for the Olympic games in Sochi

Here are the 25 players heading to Sochi to represent Team Canada.

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The long awaited deadline for teams to submit their hockey roster for the 2014 Winter Olympics has arrived, and we finally know who will represent Team Canada.

Carey Price is considered by many as the favourite to be the starter for the Olympic squad. Price is currently on a torrid pace, sporting a .928 save percentage, playing behind a very porous defense. However returning goaltender Roberto Luongo has the advantage of experience, and will probably split the duties with Price in the round robin games.

Reigning Norris winner P.K. Subban was included on the team after much contrived drama . The elite d-man leads Montreal in scoring this year, and has the most experience on international sized ice of anyone on the roster, having the benefit of playing 4 years in Belleville.

Canada opens the tournament versus Norway on February 13th, followed by Austria the 14th, and Finland the 16th. You can view the entire schedule here.

Goalies NHL Team
Carey Price Montreal Canadiens
Roberto Luongo Vancouver Canucks
Mike Smith Phoenix Coyotes
Forwards NHL Team
Sidney Crosby

Pittsburgh Penguins

Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay Lightning
John Tavares New York Islanders
Jonathan Toews Chicago Blackhawks
Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim Ducks
Corey Perry Anaheim Ducks
Rick Nash New York Rangers
Patrick Sharp Chicago Blackhawks
Jamie Benn Dallas Stars
Matt Duchene Colorado Avalanche
Patrice Bergeron Boston Bruins
Jeff Carter LA Kings
Chris Kunitz Pittsburgh Penguins
Patrick Marleau San Jose Sharks
Defense NHL Team
Drew Doughty LA Kings
Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks
Alex Pietrangelo St.Louis Blues
Shea Weber Nashville Predators
Jay Bouwmeester St.Louis Blues
P.K. Subban Montreal Canadiens
Marc-Édouard Vlasic San Jose Sharks
Dan Hamhuis Vancouver Canucks

Notable Omissions: Claude Giroux (PHI), Joe Thornton (SJ), Logan Couture (SJ), Martin St.Louis (TBAY), James Neal (PIT), Eric Staal (CAR), Josh Harding (MIN), Brent Seabrook (CHI), Dan Boyle (SJ), Brian Campbell (FLA),