Not every Olympian from Wisconsin is among the 25 competing for Team USA. One hockey player will skate for his home country, which is 4,380 miles from Milwaukee. Simon Moser grew up in beautiful Bern, Switzerland. The Admirals left winger is now headed to his first Olympics, competing for the Swiss hockey team. "When I was a little boy, I was dreaming about the Olympics. I set that as a goal. Now I've reached it. I'm very happy now," said Moser to TODAY'S TMJ4's Jessie Garcia. He'll miss about nine Milwaukee Admirals games, but that's OK with his coach. "No question, you never like to lose players," admitted Dean Evason, the Admirals' head coach. "You want to field your best team. But having said that, anybody that can go and gain that type of experience is only a positive thing." His teammates were so excited. Moser said they've been talking about making up t-shirts and wearing them to support him during the Games. Moser has played internationally before, but never in Russia, a new experience that couples with a deep feeling of national pride. "It's always a dream to play for your country. I'm very proud of that," said Moser. He talked up Switzerland as a competitive team that could surprise a lot of people in Sochi.