The Philadelphia Flyers will send five representatives to the 2014 Winter Olympics, which commence in Sochi later this week.
Forwards Jake Voracek and Michael Raffl will support the Czech Republic and Austria, respectively, while defensemen Kimmo Timonen, Mark Streit and Andrej Meszaros will suit up for Finland, Switzerland and Slovakia.
It's the fifth Olympics that has seen the NHL suspend its regular season to afford the game's greatest talents the opportunity to represent their country, and it's an alteration that has made Olympic men's ice hockey can't-miss sports viewing.
Philadelphia has sent its fair share of extraordinary talents to the Winter Games over the last two decades. Here's a look at the five greatest Olympians in Flyers history.