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Ryan Miller (USA): MVP and All-Star goaltender
Team USA's Ryan Miller led all goaltenders with a 94.56 save percentage and was second to Henrik Lundqvist of Sweden with a 1.35 goals against average. Miller was named the top goaltender and tournament Most Valuable Player.
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Brian Rafalski (USA): All-Star defenseman
In addition to being named to the All-Star team, American Brian Rafalski received top defenseman honors in the men's tournament. Rafalski led all defensemen with eight points.
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Shea Weber (CAN): All-Star defenseman
Shea Weber was a key contributor to Canada's gold-medal victory in 2010. The Canadian blueliner was second to Brian Rafalski of the United States in points by a defenseman with six.
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Jonathan Toews (CAN): All-Star forward
Jonathan Toews was tied for third in points (8), tied for first in assists (7) and tied for first in plus/minus (+9). All adding up to Toews being named the top forward of the men's hockey tournament.
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Pavol Demitra (SVK): All-Star forward
Slovakia may not have won a medal in hockey but forward Pavol Demitra did everything he could to get his team to the podium in Vancouver. Demitra's 10 points was most by any player in the men's tournament and was tied with Jonathan Toews for the most assists with seven.
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