After a successful showing on home soil, the Canadian Olympic Men's Hockey Team is beginning its start at building the perfect team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Many expect the 2014 version of the Team Canada to be a much more youthful and faster group than its predecessor, as veterans Dan Boyle, Chris Pronger and Scott Niedermayer will likely be replaced in three years' time.
With the weight of a nation on its shoulders, you can still expect that Canadian team to have a heavy veteran influence, but with the large ice surface for the 2014 games, expect the Canadians to select a group that can really skate and get around the ice.
In total, there are 13 forwards, seven defenders and three goaltenders selected for the team. In this show, I'll go through the players making it and some of the players who will be passed on.