The roster for Team Canada Orientation camp is looking incredibly promising going into the Olympics this year. I think another gold for Canada is on the horizon. The question is who in this promising lineup will make the team?
Let’s look at one essential piece to any hockey team, the goalie. There are currently 5 goalies at orientation camp and only three will make the final cut. These goalies are:
This 28-year-old goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks is coming off a Stanley Cup win and would love to add an Olympic Gold Medal to his trophy case. His stats during the regular season included a save percentage of .926, goals against average of 1.94, and 3 shut-outs.
The Washington Capitals 23-year-old goalie had regular season stats that included a save percentage of .920, goals against average of 2.58 and 4 shut-outs.
This goalie for the Vancouver Canucks already has an Olympic Gold Medal. He is the oldest goalie at orientation camp at the age of 34 and his regular season stats include a save percentage of .907, goals against average of 2.56, and 2 shut-outs.
This 26-year-old has been playing for the Montreal Canadiens his entire career. His regular season stats include a save percentage of .905, goals against average of 2.59, and 3 shut-outs.
This 31-year-old goalie for the Coyotes had a save percentage of .910, goals against average of 2.58 and the most shut-outs of the five goalies with 5.
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Topics: 2014 Olympics, Braden Holtby, Carey Price, Chicago Blackhawks, Corey Crawford, Mike Smith, Montreal Canadiens, Phoenix Coyotes, Roberto Luongo, Team Canada, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals