4Jeff Carter, Forward, Los Angeles Kings
Playing much of the tournament with Jonathan Toews and Patrick Marleau, Carter was the beneficiary of lots of open ice and countless pretty passes. And like any natural goal scorer, he took advantage. In addition to leading Team Canada with 24 shots, he led all Canadian forwards with three
goals - all in a 6-0 win over Austria - despite playing less than 16 minutes per game. The 29-year-old from London, Ont., also added two assists and finished the tournament tied for the team lead with a +6 rating. Given the fact that Carter was considered by many to be one of the wildcard picks among Canada's forwards, it makes his performance in Sochi all the more impressive.