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by The Upper Canadien on 01/07/14 at 08:48 PM ET
A few quick thoughts as I'm traveling and internet is scarce, but it is great to finally see PK Subban officially on Team Canada. He's one of, if not the best, Canadian defenceman, and the debate was laughable. Now he'll have a chance to further cement his place as he plays for his country.
As for Carey Price, I see him as the #2 to start the tournament - Luongo has to have a chance to defend his position - but I suspect Price is the guy heading into the medal round.
Otherwise, Carter, Kunitz, and Nash, to me, should have been St. Louis, Neal and Giroux. But hey, these are good problems to have.
Biggest snub: Alex Semin not making Team Russia. Who saw that one coming?
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