- Sport: Olympic Ice Hockey
- Nation: Canada
- DOB: October 10, 1974
- Career Highlights: Selected to play for Canada for the fourth time, Pronger will be trying to bring home his second medal. He won gold as an
alternate captain at the 2002 Salt Lake games, but Canada failed to reach the medal round at Nagano in 1998 or Turin in 2006.
Pronger was named to the Canadian squad for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, but didn't play due to injury. While with the St.
Louis Blues in 2000, Pronger won the Hart Trophy as MVP and Norris Trophy as the league's top defenseman. In his only season
with Edmonton in 2005-06, Pronger helped lead the eighth-seeded Oilers into the Stanley Cup finals, where they lost in seven
games to the Carolina Hurricanes. His 21 postseason points during that Cup run were the most by a defenseman since Brian Leetch's
34 for the New York Rangers in 1994. Dealt to the Anaheim Ducks weeks after playing in the finals, Pronger hoisted the Cup
in 2007. Now in his first season with the Philadelphia Flyers, Pronger was the second overall pick by the Hartford Whalers
in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
- Olympic History: 2006,2002,1998