When Dan Bylsma gets his U.S. Olympic team together for the first time in Sochi, he'll look at the guys in the big pads and he'll have a rather important decision to make. Who will Team USA's coach pick to be the starting goaltender for Team USA at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games?

Before the year it was a simple decision. In the middle of the season it was a completely different decision. Now the pre-season favorite, Jonathan Quick, and the in-season favorite, Ryan Miller, are putting together a really strong January in the late stages of pre-Olympic evaluation.

So what is Bylsma to do? On one hand, he has Miller, the MVP of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, who has been the picture of consistency throughout the NHL season in a dismal situation with the Buffalo Sabres. On the other hand, he has Quick, a Conn Smythe winner with his name on the Sta


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