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Colorado Avalanche and Swedish legend Peter Forsberg didnt mince words when it came to what he thought about Canadian referees working Sundays gold medal game between Sweden and Canada. "What a f___ing joke!" the seven-time All-Star said to Swedish reporters, calling the selection of officials Kelly Sutherland, Brad Meier, Greg Devorski and Derek Amell "comedy at its highest level." Referees Sutherland and linesmen Devorski and Amell are Canadian, while referee Meier is an American who makes his home in Calgary. Not all Swedes are seemingly as upset as Forsberg. Veteran Swedish defenceman Niklas Kronwall of the Detroit Red Wings believes that both teams can benefit from North American officials. "We are used to having referees from USA and Canada in the NHL," said Kronwall. "We know their standards so I think its easier for us too if the referees are from there." Former Norris Trophy winner and Ottawa Senators standout Erik Karlsson agreed with his fellow blueliner. "I think most referees over there [in the National Hockey League] are Canadian, too," said Karlsson. "They probably support Montreal or Toronto, but they dont make any difference there. I couldnt care less about what the referees do. As you saw yesterday, we had two power plays, Finland had a lot, and we still won the game. Its nothing we can control and neither can Canada." IIHF officiating manager Konstantin Komissarov later confirmed the evaluation process for tournament officials and why that quartet was selected to work the final. "The main factor of the selection of these officials has most of all to do with their experience officiating in high-level competitions," said Komissarov on Saturday. "These include Stanley Cup playoffs, World Championship competitions, and Olympic competitions." Komissarov stressed that an officials nationality doesnt play into the process. "Their nationalities arent considered as factors nor should they be, we want the best officials working the medal games," he said. "We are fully confident that with their experience and professionalism these officials will do their job well and preserve the integrity of the game." The gold medal game between Canada and Sweden can be seen on TSN, streamed online and heard on TSN Radio on Sunday morning at 7am et/4am pt. Cheap Air Max 90 Wholesale . -- Among the 31 players at the Montreal Canadiens rookie camp, none feels closer to cracking the NHL roster than right winger Aaron Palushaj. Cheap Air Max 90 China . With the results, North America claimed 2.5 of the three available points, opening up a 17.5-12.5 lead in the overall standings. A total of 60 points are available, meaning the first team to 30.5 points will win the Continental Cup. http://www.airmax90clearance.com/. The roster changes have been constant and continuous since late last year, but even with their 46-man roster set for the start of the season, the banged-up Bombers will be kicking off Week 1 with a handful of fresh faces and back-ups in the starting lineup. Cheap Air Max 90 For Sale .com) - Australian Open champion Li Na, former Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova and former world No. Air Max 90 Clearance . Which is to say, the top of this years draft class is not as dynamic or exciting as the 2013 class of Nate MacKinnon, Sasha Barkov, Jonathan Drouin and Seth Jones and its not as strikingly promising as the highly-anticipated 2015 slate of Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel and Noah Hanifin.ERIE, Pa. - Connor McDavid scored 53 seconds into overtime as the Erie Otters came from behind to defeat the visiting Guelph Storm 4-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. The Otters (18-3-1), trailed 3-0 after 40 minutes, however shorthanded goals from Michael Curtis and Connor Brown brought Erie within one and Spencer Abraham forced extra time with a shorthanded goal at 19:08. Tyler Bertuzzi, Hunter Garlent and Brock McGinn scored for the Storm (16-3-3), who are 11-0-3 in their last 14 contests. Devin Williams made 25 saves as Erie extended its win streak to five games. Guelphs Justin Nichols stopped 37-of-41 shots in defeat. The Otters went 0 for 2 on the power play while the Storm scored once on four chances with the man advantage. --- KNIGHTS 6 BULLS 3 BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Max Domi and Michael McCarron each scored twice as London doubled up the Bulls. Brett Welychka and Ryan Rupert also scored for the Knights (15-5-2), who are 7-0-1 in their last eight games, while Bo Horvat chipped in with two assists. Cameron Brace, Garrett Hooey and JordanSubban scored Belleville (5-13-4). Jake Patterson started in goal for London but left after the first period. Anthony Stolarz came on in relief and stopped 27 shots for the win. Bulls netminder Charlie Graham allowed six goals on 33 shots. --- SPITFIRES 5 PETES 4 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- Josh Ho-Sang scored the winner on the power play at 13:30 of the third period as Windsor handed the Petes their fifth straight defeat. Brady Vail scored once and set up two more for the Spitfires (13-7-0) while Ryan Foss, Slater Koekkoek and Remy Giftopoulos added a goal apiece. Eric Cornel led Peterborough (8-12-3) with a goal and two assists and Josh MacDonald, Jonatan Tanus and Nick Ritchie scored the others. Windsors Alex Fotinos made 30 saves for the win as Michael Giugovaz stopped 33 shots for the Petes.dddddddddddd --- STING 4 WHALERS 2 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Brodie Barrick turned aside 35 shots as Sarnia toppled the Whalers. Nickolas Latta had a goal and an assist for the Sting (8-14-1) while Anthony DeAngelo, Davis Brown and Nikolay Goldobin each scored once. Zach Lorentz and Connor Sills supplied the offence for Plymouth (9-13-1). Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 24-of-27 shots in a losing cause. --- SPIRIT 2 STEELHEADS 1 SAGINAW, Mich. -- Nikita Serebryakov made 33 saves, including 17 in the third period, as the Spirit slipped past Mississauga. Cody Payne opened the scoring for Saginaw (12-8-2) and Kristoff Kontos scored the eventual winner midway through the second period. Damian Bourne put the Steelheads (12-10-2) on the board 9:27 into the third period. Mississaugas Spencer Martin kicked out 26 shots in defeat. --- COLTS 8 ICEDOGS 2 BARRIE, Ont. -- Erik Bradford scored twice and Justin Scott had a goal and two assists as the Colts crushed Niagara for their sixth win in a row. Alex Yuill and Mitchell Theoret each had a goal and an assist for Barrie (12-8-1) while Aaron Ekblad, Andrew Mangiapane and Zach Hall added single goals. Jordan Maletta and Mack Lemmon scored for the IceDogs (6-13-3), who are on a four-game slide. Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 23 shots for the Colts. Niagaras Brent Moran allowed eight goals on 44 shots against. --- GENERALS 4 ATTACK 2 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Daniel Altshuller stopped 28 shots through the final two periods and 36 in total as Oshawa defeated the Attack. Scott Laughton scored twice for the Generals (18-4-1), who have won four in a row, and Aidan Wallace and Michael Dal Colle had the others. Owen Sound (10-10-4) got goals from Jaden Lindo and Brayden rose. Brandon Hope turned away 24-of-27 shots for the Attack ' ' '

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