Further Analysis of Olympic Hockey Hotness – The Non-Canadians

After the Winter Classic hockey game yesterday, Team USA announced its men’s hockey team roster for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and answered one of the questions I had after Canada’s roster announcement: why isn’t Patrick Kane on Team Canada?  Evidently, he’s an American1.  And then I saw that Zach Parise – another one of my hockey hotties – is also on Team USA and realized that further analysis of Olympic hockey hotness, beyond just Team Canada, was required.  And so I put the hockey analysts here at NTBTWK back to work and thus, I bring you a list of non-Canadian Olympic hockey hotties:

Team USA
Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings Dustin Brown by nicholeglaze.
Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks PatrickKane.jpg image by mikesilvia
Mike Komisarek, Toronto Maple Leafs
Mike Komisarek.jpg
Zach Parise, New Jersey Devils Zach Parise by jenkang75
Team Sweden
Mattias Ohlund, Tampa Bay Lightning http://trippingovertheblueline.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/mattias-ohlund.jpg
Team Russia
Alexei Morozov, Ak Bars Kazan of the Kontinental Hockey League http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/pittsburgh/MrozovPit.jpg
Team Finland
Antero Niittymäki2, Tampa Bay Lightning http://nhlauctions.typepad.com/.a/6a00e54f2f71c188330115707f4f0d970b-320wi
Jarkko Immonen, Ak Bars Kazan in the KHL. http://www.ksml.fi/multimedia/dynamic/00008/Jarkko_Immonen_8365a1.jpg
Mikko Koivu, Minnesota Wild http://www.asuntomessuopas.fi/files/5267-MikkoKoivu_netti.jpg

Only one hottie, Team Sweden?  I expected more from you.

  1. I just assume that all good hockey players are Canadian. Unless they are redheads – then I assume they are on Team Sweden []
  2. bald isn’t usually my type, but I’ll make an exception for this guy! Rawr! []