Executive director Steve Yzerman named the 25-man roster for Team Canada on Tuesday. Here’s a breakdown of the squad by home province and National Hockey League club:
Team Canada by province:
British Columbia (5): Duncan Keith of Penticton, Dan Hamhuis of Smithers, Shea Weber of Sicamous, Jamie Benn of Victoria and Carey Price of Anahim Lake.
Alberta: (1) Jay Bouwmeester of Edmonton.
Saskatchewan: (3) Ryan Getzlaf and Chris Kunitz of Regina and Patrick Marleau of Aneroid.
Manitoba: (1) Jonathan Toews of Winnipeg.
Ontario: (11) Mike Smith of Kingston, Drew Doughty and Jeff Carter of of London, P.K. Subban of Toronto, Matt Duchene of Haliburton, Rick Nash of Brampton, Corey Perry of Peterborough, Patrick Sharp of Thunder Bay, Steven Stamkos of Unionville, John Tavares of Oakville and Alex Pietrangelo of King City.
Quebec: (3) Roberto Luongo and Marc-Édouard Vlasic of Montreal, Patrice Bergeron of Sillery.
Nova Scotia: (1) Sidney Crosby of Cole Harbour.
By NHL team:
Chicago Blackhawks: (3) Sharp, Keith and Toews
Montreal Canadiens: (2) Price and Subban
Vancouver Canucks: (2) Luongo and Hamhuis
St. Louis Blues: (2) Pietrangelo, Bouwmeester
Los Angeles Kings: (2) Carter and Doughty
San Jose Sharks: (2) Marleau and Vlasic
Pittsburgh Penguins: (2) Crosby and Kunitz
Anaheim Ducks: (2) Perry and Getzlaf
Phoenix Coyotes: (1) Smith
Nashville Predators: (1) Weber
Dallas Stars: (1) Benn
Boston Bruins: (1) Bergeron
Colorado Avalanche: (1) Duchene
New York Rangers: (1) Nash
New York Islanders: (1) Tavares
Tampa Bay Lightning: (1) Stamkos