Michael Farber's All-Tournament Team

AS HAS BEEN TRUE THROUGHOUT THE NHL ERA OF OLYMPIC HOCKEY, THE CANADIANS SIMPLY HAD MORE TALENT THAN ANYONE ELSE
March 03, 2014

MIKAEL GRANLUND LW

Finland

The 21-year-old flying Finn scored with his legs and his hands—he had three goals and four assists in six matches. This nation treated the bronze as if it were gold.

JONATHAN TOEWS C

Canada

He didn't score until the final against Sweden, but he was the most industrious and consistent forward in the tournament and dominated the U.S.'s No. 1 line in the semifinal.

TEEMU SELANNE RW

Finland

Playing in his sixth Games, the venerable Selanne, 43, had four goals and a million laughs and was named tournament MVP, based more on sentiment than on performance.

SHEA WEBER D

Canada

The tower of power took slappers clocked at speeds exceeding even those reached by Russian drivers. He had three goals, three assists and was plus-five.

DREW DOUGHTY D

Canada

On the wider international ice there was no more dynamic player than the dashing Doughty (below), who had four goals (including two game-winners) and two assists.

CAREY PRICE G

Canada

After 18 months of nail-biting over who would mind the net, Price quieted Canada's angst with his steady nerves, impeccable positions and a microscopic 0.59 GAA.

PHOTOROBERT BECK/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)