5Jonathan Toews, Forward, Chicago Blackhawks
With numbers essentially identical to those of Team Canada captain Sidney Crosby, Toews gets the nod at No. 5 for scoring the eventual gold medal-winning goal against Sweden. And while it may have been his only one of the tournament, Toews proved again that
when it comes to showing up for big games, no one does it better. In addition to his on-ice leadership, the native of Winnipeg, Man., effectively shut down the other teams' top lines while creating time and space for wingers Patrick Marleau and Jeff Carter. He also led Canadian forwards in ice time throughout the tournament (more than 17 minutes per game), added two assists and finished with a +3 rating. With his latest medal, Toews is now the proud owner of two Olympic golds, two Stanley Cup rings and a pair of World Junior Championships. And at only 25 years old, it's likely that he's just getting started.