CBC Sports - Thursday Feb. 13, 2014 18:13 ET

Who is Day 6’s Samsung Sochi Star?

Tell us who was your favourite Olympian on Thursday?

Sidney Crosby during the match between Canada and Norway
Sidney Crosby during the match between Canada and Norway at the Sochi Winter Olympics on February 13, 2014 at the Bolshoy Ice Dome. (Alex Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images)

Six Canadian athletes shined among the rest Thursday in Sochi, and we want you to tell us, who do you think should be Samsung Sochi Star of Day 6?

Alex Gough – Luge: The Calgary native was 0.1 seconds away from a bronze medal in luge team relay. It was her second fourth-place finish in Sochi after landing in the same spot during the individual event.

Jean-Philippe Le Guellec – Biathlon: Le Guellec of Kingston, Ont., is still in the hunt for a medal in a tough biathlon Olympic field. He finished 35th Thursday in the 20 km individual race.

Jennifer Jones – Curling: The Canadian skip remains unbeaten in the women’s curling round robin after cruising past Switzerland.

Jonathan Toews – Ice Hockey: The Chicago Blackhawks captain was part of Team Canada’s debut in men’s hockey and his big game helped the team earn a 3-1 victory over Norway.

Patrick Chan – Figure Skating: The World Champion skated a solid and clean routine during the men’s short program that was rewarded with a score of 97.52, enough for second heading into the free program, his bread and butter.

Sidney Crosby – Ice Hockey: Men’s hockey team captain showed why he was given the responsibility to lead Canada in Sochi and defend their Olympic gold medal. Crosby helped Canada defeat Norway 3-1.

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