It's a common refrain when there's a discussion about Olympic hockey teams: "Canada has so many good players that it could send a 'B' team to Sochi that could win a medal."
That's not the case when it comes to goaltending for the 2014 Games, as Team Canada is facing some tough choices in net for its "A" team.
There appears to be two locks for the roster, which will be announced Tuesday—Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens and Roberto Luongo of the Vancouver Canucks. Beyond that, it's anyone's guess who will serve as the team's third goaltender or who will start between Price and Luongo.
Will Team Canada take a veteran to back up Price and Luongo, or will it tab a younger goaltender who could be groomed for future Olympics?
What follows is a look at the viable Canadian candidates for Team Canada and their chances of making the roster.
All statistics via NHL.com.