I spoke to Chilliwack Bruins head coach Marc Habscheid, who had the privilege of coaching both of those players in Kelowna.
On Duncan Keith:
"A credit to him for making the Olympic team. He's done a great job with his career. He was a guy that was good on the power play, was pretty good defensively, but really didn't dominate in one area. I think his real development was through junior and then in the American Hockey League under head coach Trent Yawney. He just kept developing and kept getting better and identified in his game that he is a pretty good defensive player, and that's really carried him."
On Shea Weber:
"The thing that Web's always had going for him was his head. He was just a tremendous kid who was gritty and minded his P's and Q's. He came from a strong family. Tough..tough ..tough mentally, and him and Travis Moen are a lot the same.
Habscheid also played for Canada at the Calgary Olympics in 1988.