The 2014 Sochi Olympics saw Canada defend its men's ice hockey gold medal with a 3-0 victory against Sweden on Sunday. In six tournament games, Canada put on a defensive clinic, allowing just three goals.
But while Canada took home the team awards, players from other nations were acknowledged for their individual efforts in Sochi.
Awards for the players as chosen by the tournament directorate and media include Finland's Teemu Selanne winning MVP, Canada's Carey Price being named best goaltender and Erik Karlsson earning best defenseman honors.
The complete list of official winners can be found at the IIHF's website.
How do those awards compare to the all-tournament team selected by Bleacher Report's experts? The voters are Jonathan Willis, Adrian Dater, Steve Macfarlane, Allan Mitchell, Lyle Richardson, Carol Schram, Rob Vollman and Dave Lozo. Click through this slideshow to find out.