Your View: Team Canada camp - Who's missing?

Are there any players that Team Canada executive director Steve Yzerman has completely overlooked for next week's Olympic orientation camp in Calgary?
Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard wasn't invited to Team Canada's Olympic orientation camp. Do you think he should be there? ((Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press))

The eyes of hockey fans across the country will be firmly focused on Calgary next week when Team Canada holds its Olympic orientation camp.

The final 23-man Olympic squad likely won't be announced until December, but 46 NHL stars will take a break from their summer holidays and gather in Calgary from Aug. 24-27, all with an eye to being named to Team Canada's roster for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. 

Players not invited to the orientation camp can still be considered for the 2010 Games, but players who were invited will obviously have a leg up on the competition.

With that in mind, we want to hear from you. Take a look at the list of invitees:

Chat with HNIC's Jeff Marek live from Canada's Olympic camp

Hockey Night in Canada's Jeff Marek will provide special coverage of Team Canada's Olympic orientation camp that begins Monday in Calgary.

Jeff will be filing daily reports for during the camp and on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET you can ask him questions during a live interactive chat.

He will also send updates from Calgary on Twitter at

GOALTENDERS: Martin Brodeur, Marc-André Fleury, Roberto Luongo, Steve Mason, Cam Ward

DEFENCEMEN: François Beauchemin, Jay Bouwmeester, Dan Boyle, Brent Burns, Drew Doughty, Mike Green, Dan Hamhuis, Duncan Keith, Scott Niedermayer, Dion Phaneuf, Chris Pronger, Robyn Regehr, Stéphane Robidas, Brent Seabrook, Marc Staal, Shea Weber

FORWARDS: Jeff Carter, Dan Cleary, Sidney Crosby, Shane Doan, Simon Gagné, Ryan Getzlaf, Dany Heatley, Jarome Iginla, Vincent Lecavalier, Milan Lucic, Patrick Marleau, Andy McDonald, Brenden Morrow, Rick Nash, Corey Perry, Michael Richards, Derek Roy, Patrick Sharp, Ryan Smyth, Jason Spezza, Martin St. Louis, Eric Staal, Jordan Staal, Joe Thornton, Jonathan Toews

Is there anybody not on this list that should be? Are there any players that Team Canada executive director Steve Yzerman has completely overlooked? Are their any glaring omissions?

Have your say by posting your comments below.