Who will be the Team USA goaltender?

Jonathan Quick

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Jonathan Quick

USA Hockey used its national team camp in Arlington, Va., to continue its assessment of who will man the pipes at the Sochi Olympics. A look at the six goaltenders on the preliminary roster and their experience with the senior national team:

Ryan Miller (age 33)

Senior team: 2001 World Championship: DNP; 2002 World Championship: 4 games, 1.76 GAA, .949 sv. pct.; 2003 World Championship: 4 games, 2.49 GAA, .889 sv. pct.; 2006 Olympics: DNP; 2010 Olympics: 6 games, 1.35 GAA, .946 sv. pct.


NHL superlatives: 2009-10 Vezina winner, 2012-13 saves leader.

Jonathan Quick (27)

Senior team: 2010 Olympics: DNP.

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NHL superlatives: 2011-12 Conn Smythe winner, 2.32 career GAA.

Craig Anderson (32)

Senior team: 2006 World Championship: 5 games, 2.36 GAA, .907 sv. pct.; 2008 World Championship: 2 games, 5.61 GAA, .714 sv. pct.

NHL superlatives: 2012-13 save pct. and GAA leader.

Jimmy Howard (29)


Senior team: 2012 World Championship: 7 games, 2.42 GAA, .910 sv. pct.

NHL superlatives: 2009-10 Calder runner-up, 2012-13 shutouts co-leader.

Cory Schneider (29)

Senior team: 2007 World Championship: DNP.

NHL superlatives: 2010-11 Jennings winner, 2.20 career GAA.

John Gibson (20)

Senior team: 2013 World Championship: 5 games, 1.56 GAA, .951 sv. pct.

NHL superlatives: Drafted 39th overall in 2011 (Ducks).

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