Looking at the 14 top Canadian NHL scoring forwards, you get:
Martin St. Louis
Top shelf, James baby!
Anyway, you know off the top 14 above, they'll pick Steven Stamkos, as well they should. They have got to take Jamie Benn (faceoffs alone!) and to link up with Tyler Seguin (although I have a feeling they'll go Logan Couture over Seguin). All this talk of whether Chris Kunitz should be on the team ignores the fact the better player (James Neal) should be on the team as that guy is the next best pure sniper to Stamkos.
Taylor Hall--well, his speed alone should make him an automatic pick, plus you get this cheesy techno Eurobeat with all his hilite videos:
Hall of Taylor
Then on D as long as they're not stupid about P.K. Subban it'll be him, the two each on Chicago (Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook) and St. Louis (Alex Pietrangelo and Jay Bouwmeester), Shea Weber and Drew Doughty meaning the 8th D guy by scoring stats would be Jason Garrison? He won't be on the team but that 8th and final pick is going to be tough.
I mean, for all the whining about Dion Phaneuf he's in the mix as should the long forgotten Brian Campbell who leads all Canadian d-men in ice time/game. Weird eh. HUGE droopff when thinking about who slots in that #8 slot on the defenceman depth chart. Your guess is as good as mine. Just toss a bunch of names in the hat and hope they come up with a right-handed defenceman as all of a sudden they seem in short supply for Canada.
Grapes will find a way to blame that on the pinko lefties.
Then we all know the netminders are Roberto Luongo, Carey Price and Marc-Andre Fleury who despite their shaky playoff netminding are all playing well in the "regular" season. Honestly, though, Stevie Y would be best served by dropping one of these three for Jonathan Bernier. The third goalie won't play anyway so make it a guy who you can maybe count on to be super motivated should some extreme fiasco happen where the two guys ahead flop a la CuJo Vintage 2002 in Salt lake vs. the Swedish Torpedo. . . and also get the next Martin Brodeur ready for 2018 to have a feel for the Olympic experience.
All I know is as Trade Deadline Day should be a national holiday up here so should Team Canada Selection Day.