Simon Gagné, left, Jarome Iginla and Joe Sakic, right, made Canada's Olympic team in 2006. Do they deserve spots in 2010? ((Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press))

This week, is unveiling its dream roster for Canada's men's hockey team for the Vancouver Olympics. As always, there's no shortage of talent to choose from, leaving us with some very tough choices.

Marty Brodeur and Roberto Luongo might look like locks in goal, but should the No. 3 job go to a young talent like Carey Price or Steve Mason, or a proven winner like J.S. Giguère or Marty Turco?

Does veteran Scott Niedermayer have the drive to head up the defence corps after skipping the 2006 Games? Should penalty-prone Chris Pronger get a spot, or do you favour a swift skater like Brian Campbell?

Sidney Crosby is clearly ready for his first Olympic appearance, but who else belongs on forward? Will Dany Heatley rediscover his scoring touch by next February? Is Jonathan Toews the real deal? Is there a spot for playmaker extraordinaire Marc Savard? How about future hall of famer Joe Sakic?

And how the heck do you settle on a captain in a room full of great leaders?

We've done our best to answer these questions. Now it's your turn.

Love our picks? Hate 'em? Think you can do better? Chime in using the comments section below to give us your criticism, praise or your own selections for the team that will try to recapture the gold medal for Canada on home ice in 1010.