Pick your favourite Team Canada hockey jersey

And then there were two. We're down to the final in our Team Canada jersey bracket. Have your say by voting for your favourite in advance of Hockey Canada's official announcement of the 2014 Sochi jerseys on Tuesday.

Hockey Canada unveils its official 2014 Olympic jersey on Tuesday

The Edmonton Mercurys represented Team Canada at the 1952 Olympics in Oslo, Norway, winning gold. The blue and white sweaters were made mostly of wool. (Photo courtesy Hockey Hall of Fame)

What's your favourite Team Canada sweater? 

Is it the iconic 1972 Summit Series uniform? Or the classic yellow and black of the Winnipeg Falcons, Canada's first ever Olympic hockey gold medallists? Or do you prefer the modern look with the Hockey Canada logo?

No matter what, hockey fans tend to become fashionistas when it comes to the Olympic jerseys.

On Tuesday, Hockey Canada unveils what's become one of the worst kept secrets: the jerseys that Canada's men's and women's hockey teams will wear in Sochi.

We asked you to vote in a bracket of eight Team Canada jerseys and choose your favourite.

The winner: Team Canada's jersey from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

See how the voting went in our matchups below. 


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