New Poll: Who should have been on Team Canada?
With yesterday's announcement of Team Canada in 2010, some of us may have been left scratching our heads about some of the selections (or non-selections).
Now it's your turn to tell us who you thought should have been on Team Canada that was left off the team. Click here to vote!
Was it center Brad Richards, who, surprisingly, is 3rd amongast Canadian scorers in the league with 10 goals and 34 assists for Dallas? Was it winger Martin St. Louis, who may be small, but still has 44 points, the same as Richards? Both have Olympic and World Championship experience, not to mention Stanley Cup rings.
Was it maybe St. Louis's teammates Steven Stamkos (21 goals, 37 points as a sophomore) or Vincent Lecavalier (also with 37 points and plenty of Olympic experience)?
Was it controversial Dustin Penner, who has surprised many by scoring 19 goals and putting up another 19 assists through have of the season? Or Mike Green, who leads ALL defensemen in points in the NHL? Or, finally, Jeff Carter, who's had a modest 32 point half-season on an up-and-down Philadelphia team, but is considered by many as the unofficial 14th forward for the team?
Or maybe none of these guys should have been on the team. Someone else, not mentioned above?
Let us know! Vote in the poll and leave your comments here!
Results from the last poll: Who Was The Most Surprising Omission From Sweden's Olympic Team?
Kristian Huselius was the consensus most surprising omission with 47% of the vote, followed by Disgruntled Vancouver forward Michael Samuelsson with 24% of the vote and rookie Niclas Bergfors with 18% and Viktor Hedman with 12%. No one was surprised injured Detroit forward Johan Franzen was left off the team.
Watch out for a Habs blog and more later today!