Predicting Which Pittsburgh Penguins Will Play in 2014 Winter Olympics

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Predicting Which Pittsburgh Penguins Will Play in 2014 Winter Olympics
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are a loaded and deep team that could send as many as nine players to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. That's a bit on the bullish side though, and it seems more likely that they'll have four or five representatives at the Olympics.

Final rosters aren't due in until January 7 according to ESPN.com, and there's a lot of hockey to be played between now and then. Any number of things could happen over the next few months, ranging from hot and cold streaks to major injuries.

We've already seen several rosters thrown into states of limbo due to long-term ailments to players like Steven Stamkos, Sergei Bobrovsky and even Pittsburgh's own Paul Martin. Keeping all of these variables in mind, Penguins fans can still look forward to see several of their players overseas while competing for a gold medal.

 

All statistics appear courtesy of HockeyDB.com, except for projected final stats, which appear courtesy of ESPN.com. All statistics accurate through games played on December 3.

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