Jeux olympiques d'hiver 2010 (Hommes)

Formation Finlande - Jeux Olympiques d'hiver 2010
P Player Birthdate Club team
P Joueur Naissance Équipe
G Niklas Bäckström 13.02.1978 Minnesota Wild, NHL
G Miikka Kiprusoff 26.10.1976 Calgary Flames, NHL
G Antero Niittymäki 18.06.1980 Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL
D Lasse Kukkonen 18.09.1981 Avangard Omsk, RUS
D Sami Lepistö 17.10.1984 Phoenix Coyotes, NHL
D Toni Lydman 25.09.1977 Buffalo Sabres, NHL
D Janne Niskala 22.09.1981 Frölunda Gothenburg, SWE
D Joni Pitkänen 19.09.1983 Carolina Hurricanes, NHL
D Sami Salo 02.09.1974 Vancouver Canucks, NHL
D Kimmo Timonen 18.03.1975 Philadelphia Flyers, NHL
F/A Valtteri Filppula 20.03.1984 Detroit Red Wings, NHL
F/A Niklas Hagman 05.12.1979 Toronto Maple Leafs, NHL
F/A Jarkko Immonen 19.04.1982 Ak Bars Kazan, RUS
F/A Olli Jokinen 05.12.1978 Calgary Flames, NHL
F/A Niko Kapanen 29.04.1978 Ak Bars Kazan, RUS
F/A Mikko Koivu 12.03.1983 Minnesota Wild, NHL
F/A Saku Koivu 23.11.1974 Anaheim Ducks, NHL
F/A Jere Lehtinen 24.06.1973 Dallas Stars, NHL
F/A Antti Miettinen 03.07.1980 Minnesota Wild, NHL
F/A Ville Peltonen 24.05.1973 Dynamo Minsk, BLR/KHL
F/A Jarkko Ruutu 23.08.1975 Ottawa Senators, NHL
F/A Tuomo Ruutu 16.02.1983 Carolina Hurricanes, NHL
F/A Teemu Selänne 03.07.1970 Anaheim Ducks, NHL
  • Forwards Jere Lehtinen (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006) and Teemu Selänne (1992, 1998, 2002, 2006) will play in their fifth Olympic Winter Games. It'll be the fourth time for Kimmo Timonen, Saku Koivu and Ville Peltonen.
  • Peltonen has played the most international games (243) and scored the most goals (78) for Finland.
  • The team looks quite different from the 2009 IIHF World Championship squad. Only six players on the Vancouver 2010 roster played in that tournament.
  • Fourteen players from Turin 2006 will get another shot at winning the first Olympic gold for Finland. Four  years ago, they settled for silver with a painful loss to Sweden in the final.
  • Finnish coach Jukka Jalonen had plenty of choices for his Olympic roster. He chose to go with 18 NHLers, four players from the Russian KHL, and one from Sweden.