- Scott Powers, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Chicago Blackhawks will have players representing least two countries in the upcoming Olympics in Sochi.
Rozsival joined the Blackhawks prior to the 2012-13 season and helped them win the Stanley Cup, contributing four assists and a plus-nine rating in 23 playoff games. He has one goal, four assists and a plus-one rating in 24 games this season.
The Blackhawks re-signed Rozsival to a two-year contract in July. Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman spoke then about what Rozsival provided the Blackhawks.
“When he was in our lineup, he really contributed,” Bowman said in July. “He seems to have the ability to help our offensive players out. He can log a lot of minutes. He can play a defensive situation. He’s a very versatile player.”
More Blackhawks are likely to be selected to their respective countries on Tuesday. The Blackhawks are expected to also have players make rosters for Canada, Slovakia and Sweden.