Gionta, Wisniewski highlight U.S. men's Olympic roster

Ian McLaren
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 01: Ice hockey player Brian Gionta attends the 100 Days Out 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Celebration - Team USA in Times Square on November 1, 2017 in New York City.
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The U.S. men's Olympic hockey team won't feature current NHL players, but there will be a few familiar faces playing for gold next month in Pyeonchang, South Korea.

The full roster was named Monday during the second intermission of the Winter Classic at Citi Field in New York, with forward Brian Gionta - who will be team captain - and defenseman James Wisniewski serving as the most notable names.

Here's a look at the roster:

Goalies
Ryan Zapolski (KHL)
(Two more goalies will added to the roster later in January.)

Defensemen
Chad Billins (Swedish League)
Jonathon Blum (KHL)
Will Borgen (NCAA)
Matt Gilroy (KHL)
Ryan Gunderson (Swedish League)
Bobby Sanguinetti (Swiss League)
Noah Welch (Swedish League)
James Wisniewski (German 2nd League)

Forwards
Mark Arcobello (Swiss League)
Chris Bourque (AHL)
Bobby Butler (AHL)
Ryan Donato (NCAA)
Brian Gionta (unsigned)
Jordan Greenway (NCAA)
Chad Kolarik (German League)
Broc Little (Swiss League)
John McCarthy (AHL)
Brian O’Neill (KHL)
Garrett Roe (Swiss League)
Jim Slater (Swiss League)
Ryan Stoa (KHL)
Troy Terry (NCAA)

Tony Granato will serve as head coach.

The men's Olympic hockey tournament will run from Feb. 14-25.