As expected, Mike Babcock has not finished tinkering with the lineup for Canada, as there are several changes after the win over Austria.
Norris Trophy winner P.K. Subban is out of the lineup in favor of Hamhuis, which is puzzling given Subban's play against Austria. It's possible that Babcock is just comfortable with his right-handed defensemen and would rather have an extra left-handed defenseman in case one of them falter for him.
Sharp is back in the lineup after being scratched in favor of Duchene, with the unlucky scratch being none other than the reigning Art Ross Trophy winner, Martin St. Louis. It's a confusing decision since Kunitz has been taken away from Crosby on the top line, so logically if that magic chemistry isn't intact, he should be the odd guy out. Maybe Babcock will figure that out today.
Here's the official lineup for Canada: