Canada is still basking in the glow of its third gold medal at the Winter Olympics in the last four editions.
You'd think we'd let the country enjoy it for a while before looking ahead to the 2018 Pyeongchang Games in South Korea.
Heck, there's no guarantee NHLers will even be allowed to participate.
But the Olympic men's ice hockey tournament wouldn't be the same without the world's best players, and we don't want to envision a world that allows that to happen, so we'll get going on an early look at what the next version of Team Canada will look like.
Considering how completely it dominated at the 2014 Sochi Games, you'd think Team Canada would make as few changes as possible. But with an aging group of guys and plenty of young and talented players looking to push their more experienced colleagues out in four years' time, you might see some movement.
Here's an attempt at getting in the heads of the country's new management team and picking the forwards, defensemen and goaltenders for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Keep your fingers crossed that NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman enjoyed the last tourney as much as we did.