As the Olympics men's hockey tournament gets under way in Sochi, Leafs fans will have three players to cheer on.
Depending on where their national ties lie, fans may or may not want them to be too successful. Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk are playing for the United States, while winger Nikolai Kulemin will be a depth forward for the Russian team.
Kessel and van Riemsdyk are going to play prominent roles for the Americans. As the tournament begins, they will have San Jose's Joe Pavelski as their centre, and they are likely to get top-six minutes.
Let's take a look at each Toronto player and project their stats for the Winter Olympics.
Unless otherwise noted, all stats can be found on hockeydb.com