When are all countries announcing their Olympic teams?

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  1. When are all countries announcing their Olympic teams?

    So far, this is what we got:

    Canada - December 21
    U.S.A. - December 19
    Sweden - ?
    Finland - ?
    Russia - ?
    Czech Republic - ?
    Slovakia - ?
    Germany - ?
    Switzerland - ?
    Latvia - ?
    Kazakhstan - ?
    Italy - ?

    Have any countries, other than what is already listed, announced dates of when they plan on announcing their Olympic team?
     
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    the deadline is Dec. 22, so we'll have them all on that day at the latest :D
     
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    Our head couch said that he will choose 1-5 players from Europe so I think our olympic team will be accounted after Rosno Cup, Russia (Dec 15-18.)
     
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    Canada will shorten the list before then.

    Not sure if that means reduce from 81 or name half the team?
     
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    There won't be more than 2 non-NHLers in finnish team and I wouldn't be surprised if all players came from NHL.

    Karalahti is competing for the 7th d-man spot and all forward lines are about full, Peltonen might be in the running for 2nd line winger spot (though I wouldn't want hm there)


    Selänne-Koivu-Lehtinen
    T.Ruutu-O.Jokinen-J.Jokinen/S.Kapanen
    Laaksonen-N.Kapanen-Miettinen
    J.Ruutu-M.Koivu-Nieminen

    Btw, Koivus, Ruutus, Jokinens and Kapanens have almost 3 of the lines covered...=)
     
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