Sticking true to his word, Canada coach Mike Babcock will split his goalie starts in the first two games. Carey Price will open against Norway on Thursday and 2010 goalie Roberto Luongo will face Austria on Saturday. This has been the plan for Canada for a while, to give each of the top two goalies a chance to show which should be the man. It's a luxury that was afforded Canada in part because of the strength -- or lack thereof -- of their first two opponents in the pool play. In other words, don't read into Price getting the first start as a sign he'll get the rest of the starts. "I was going to play one of them in (each of) the first two games," Babcock said. "If I had put Luongo in, you'd be asking me the same question." Really, the question as to which goalie the Canadians are going to hope to ride to gold will be answered in the third game when they will face their toughest test in the opening round against Finland.