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Olympic Hockey Rosters 2010

January 5th, 2010 · 5 Comments · The Hockey Hippie


Rosters updated as of:  Friday, February 26th 

Here are the easily printable one-sheet roster line-ups for the different teams, with all players in their positions, on lines, with their Olympic jersey numbers, ages, current teams, etc. . . .

The docs are in Word, and for printing just make sure it’s set to “landscape” — it should come out on one sideways page.
And just print “Current page,”  and not “All” unless you want a blank extra.

CANADA —   Team-Canada-2010

RUSSIA —      Team-Russia-2010

SWEDEN — Team-Sweden-2010

USA  —    Team-USA-2010

FINLAND  —  Team-Finland-2010

CZECHS  —   Team-Czechs-2010

SLOVAKIA  —    Team-Slovakia-2010

Updated as new information emerges.

For a complete primer on Everything You Need To Know about Hockey in These Olympics — go here.

For a great story about the torch run through Canada — go here.


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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 MTV-Rob // Jan 24, 2010 at 12:43 AM

    This prints just fine, but it printed on two pages, the second one was blank.
    Otherwise it does print neatly on one page.

    Great work, thanks so much for doing this.

    Hockey in Harlem

  • 2 Boston buffalo // Jan 24, 2010 at 1:04 AM

    The rosters print out fine. They work. a unique style/format.


  • 3 Andy in Toronto // Feb 11, 2010 at 1:35 PM

    These are AMAZING! They took a LOT of work! Way to go! And thank you for doing this! I just printed them out for my kids.

  • 4 Richard Marsh // Jan 18, 2014 at 11:53 AM

    Those rosters rock. Are you doing it again?

    I see in your notes that Stastny was born in Quebec, and played for US… what ‘s the story behind that?

  • 5 Brian // Jan 18, 2014 at 12:45 PM

    His dad, the great hockey player Peter Stastny, prolly became an American citizen during his time in NJ and St. Louis, so his son Paul, born during his Quebec Nordiques days, would have had the option to become one.
    Then there’s the question — do I want to try and make Team Canada? Or be a guaranteed star on Team USA?
    That’s how Brett Hull ended up playing for the U.S. team all those Olympics and World Cups. He was born in Canada, but Bobby also got him U.S. citizenship, and when it came time for his first eligible tournament, Team Canada never even called him, and Team USA actively courted him. Then when he got really good, Team Canada wanted him, but he was like, “No, you guys didn’t want me before, and they did. I’m stickin with the team that supported me.”
    I love the guy!!

    And … check this cool tidbit from wiki about the Stasnys —

    Born in Quebec City but raised in St. Louis, Paul would represent Team USA in the 2010 Winter Olympics. The family is thus the first hockey family known to have represented four different countries (Czechoslovakia, Canada, Slovakia, USA) in international play. !!!!!!

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