Ice hockey is Canada's game. So we expect passionate responses when we ask about the seven NHL teams north of the border.
The question is very simple: Who is the all-time franchise player for each team in Canada?
In Montreal, Maurice "Rocket" Richard's accomplishments are well-known. And there is a reason the trophy for the leading goal scorer is named after him.
Trevor Linden is back with the Canucks as team president, but his playing days might have made the biggest impact in Vancouver.
The Jets are a two-part question because a large part of their history now belongs to the Coyotes and the rest comes from the Thrashers.
Lastly, Wayne Gretzky is the obvious choice for the Oilers, but can anyone top The Great One?
Now it's time for you to vote. Who is the most important player for each Canadian team?