Nikolai Stasenko (BLR) -- Belarus did not have as poor an Olympic showing as Latvia or Norway, but if you ignore their handful of NHL players, Stasenko was one of only two players to tally multiple points as well as a +/- above zero. His technical skills are not the most incredible, but he is a large (6'2", 210) lefthanded defenseman who at age 23 still has some room to grow into his game. He is not afraid to do whatever dirty work is asked of him, and that mix of skills and mentality has to be appealing to some GM out there.
Marcel Muller (GER) — A big, lean forward not unlike Sprunger, but much less polished on both ends of the ice, and tries to do too much and overreach to compensate. Potential, sure, but some team would need to be patient with him.
Mathis Olimb & Mats Zuccarello Aasen (NOR) — I bunch these two together because they are very similar players. Olimb (5'10" 175) is a tad bigger than Aasen (5'7" 160) but they play a very similar game - very technically gifted in terms of scoring, especially Zuccarello Aasen and his gorgeous wrist shot, but both catch flak for their lack of defensive ability/desire, which is certainly due in some part to their lack of size. Useful NHLers, but perhaps not durable/versatile enough to be top-end forwards.