Finland's Olympic roster is a good mix of old and new, with several players returning from the team that won the bronze medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. Among those headed to Sochi is Teemu Selanne, who will make his sixth trip to the Olympics for Finland. According to the IIHF, he will become just the second person to ever do that in ice hockey.

Selanne has played in every Olympics since NHL players were allowed to compete in the games in 1998 and even was part of the 1992 Olympic squad, where he had seven goals and four assists in eight games as an amateur.

Conversely, Finland's roster also includes Florida Panthers rookie Aleksander Barkov, who was not even born when Selanne made his first Olympics and is 25 years the Finnish legend's junior. Same for defenseman Olli Maatta, who is 24 years younger than Selanne.

Sixteen total NHLers made the roster, with players from Finland's SMliiga and the KHL filling out the other spots (via IIHF):

Goalies:
Kari Lehtonen, Dallas Stars (NHL)
Antti Niemi, San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins (NHL)