2002: G: Mike Richter; Tom Barrasso, Mike Dunham. D: Chris Chelios, Gary Suter, Brian Leetch, Aaron Miller, Phil Housley, Brian Rafalski, Tom Poti. C: Mike Modano, Jeremy Roenick, Doug Weight, Chris Drury. W: Brett Hull, Keith Tkachuk, John LeClair, Tony Amonte, Bill Guerin, Brian Rolston, Adam Deadmarsh, Mike York, Scott Young. Record: 6-0 Finland, 2-2 Russia, 8-1 Belarus. QF: 5-0 Germany. SF: 3-2 Russia. F: 2-5 Canada. 2010: G: Ryan Miller; Tim Thomas, Jonathan Quick. D: Ryan Suter, Brian Rafalski, Tim Gleason, Erik Johnson, Brooks Orpik, Jack Johnson, Ryan Whitney. C: Paul Stastny, Ryan Kesler, Joe Pavelski, Chris Drury. W: Zach Parise, Patrick Kane, Phil Kessel, Ryan Malone, Dustin Brown, Jamie Langenbrunner, David Backes, Ryan Callahan, Bobby Ryan. Record: 3-1 Switzerland, 6-1 Norway, 5-3 Canada. QF: 2-0 Switzerland. SF: 6-1 Finland. F: 1-2 OT Canada. --- Which one is better? Team 2002 has big names like Chelios, Modano and Hull; Team 2010 has a mostly young and vibrant squad. Both ended up with the silver medal after marching through the tournament unbeaten but finally defeated by the Canadians in the very last game.