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Canadian Men's Olympic hockey roster

SASKATOON - The Canadian men's hockey team announced Wednesday for the 2010 Olympics (with position, name, hometown and team; x-denotes member of 2006 Turin roster):

Goaltenders

Martin Brodeur, Montreal, New Jersey; Marc-Andre Fleury, Montreal, Pittsburgh; x-Roberto Luongo, Montreal, Vancouver.

Defencemen

Dan Boyle, Ottawa, San Jose; Drew Doughty, London, Ont., Los Angeles; Duncan Keith, Penticton, B.C., Chicago; Scott Niedermayer (captain), Cranbrook, B.C., Anaheim; x-Chris Pronger (alternate captain), Dryden, Ont, Philadelphia; Brent Seabrook, Tsawwassen, B.C., Chicago; Shea Weber, Sicamous, B.C., Nashville.

Forwards

Patrice Bergeron, Ancienne-Lorette, Que., Boston; Sidney Crosby (alternate captain), Cole Harbour, N.S., Pittsburgh; Ryan Getzlaf, Regina, Anaheim; x-Dany Heatley, Calgary, San Jose; x-Jarome Iginla (alternate captain), St. Albert, Alta., Calgary; Patrick Marleau, Aneroid, Sask., San Jose; Brenden Morrow, Carlyle, Sask., Dallas; Rick Nash, Brampton, Ont., Columbus; Corey Perry, London, Ont., Anaheim; Michael Richards, Kenora, Ont., Philadelphia.

Eric Staal, Thunder Bay, Ont., Carolina; x-Joe Thornton, St. Thomas, Ont., San Jose; Jonathan Toews, Winnipeg, Chicago.

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