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TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Liverpool (Last Week-1) Steven Gerrard converted two more penalties as red hot Liverpool defeated West Ham 2-1 at Upton Park. The victory sets up a top of the table showdown against Manchester City. 2. Manchester City (LW-2) After Yaya Toure and Rickie Lambert traded goals from the penalty spot, Samir Nasri, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic all fired home to give Manchester City a 4-1 victory over Southampton and keep them in the thick of the title race. 3. Chelsea (LW-3) Willian, Mohamed Salah and Frank Lampard were all on target for Chelsea as they knocked off Stoke City 3-0. Lampards goal came after he missed from the penalty spot but fired home following up the save. 4. Everton (LW-5) Goals by Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and a Mikel Arteta own goal helped Evertons Champions League hopes with a 3-0 victory over Arsenal. It was Evertons sixth victory in a row as they now sit just a point behind the Gunners. 5. Arsenal (LW-4) One single point is all that is currently keeping Arsenal in a Champions League position as they fell 3-0 to Everton, the team directly behind them in the standings. Everton also has a game in hand on the Gunners. 6. Manchester United (LW-6) Juan Mata scored the first two goals which turned out to be enough damage, Javier Hernandez and Adnan Januzaj both also counted as Manchester United defeated Newcastle 4-0. 7. Tottenham (LW-7) Emmanuel Adebayors double added to goals from Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Gylfi Sigurdsson were more than enough as Tottenham dismissed Sunderland 5-1. 8. Southampton (LW-Cool A very strong first half effort, that included a penalty goal from Rickie Lambert, was not enough to keep Southampton from a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. 9. Stoke City (LW-9) Stoke had their three game winning streak snapped as they fell 3-0 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. 10. Newcastle United (LW-10) For the fourth time in five games, Newcastle was condemned to Premier League defeat, this time 4-0 at the hands of Manchester United at St. James Park. 11. Hull City (LW-14) George Boyd headed home a first half marker which would prove to be enough as Hull City knocked off Swansea City 1-0. 12. West Ham United (LW-11) Guy Demel scored the games only goal from open play, however two converted penalties would see West Ham fall 2-1 to Liverpool. 13. Swansea City (LW-12) Swansea City were lively but not able to find an equalizing marker as they fell 1-0 to Hull City. 14. Crystal Palace (LW-15) Jason Puncheon scored twice and Joe Ledley also added a second half marker as Crystal Palace continued their relegation battle with a 3-0 victory over Cardiff City. 15. Aston Villa (LW-13) Grant Holt equalized for Aston Villa in the 70th minute, but they conceded the winning marker four minutes from time as they fell 2-1 to Fulham. 16. West Bromwich Albion (LW-17) Morgan Amalfitano scored in the 16th minute as West Brom held on to pick up a 1-0 victory over Norwich City. 17. Norwich City (LW-16) In what would turn out to be manager Chris Hughtons last game in charge, Norwich City fell 1-0 at Carrow Road to West Bromwich Albion. Hughton would be fired following the loss and replaced by former player Neil Adams. 18. Fulham (LW-20) Kieran Richardson and Hugo Rodallega were both on target for Fulham as they picked up three points in a 2-1 victory against Aston Villa. 19. Sunderland (LW-1Cool Troubled times continue for Sunderland as they fell 5-1 to Tottenham. Lee Cattermole gave the Black Cats a 1-0 lead before they were overrun by the five goal response. 20. Cardiff City (LW-19) Ole Gunnar Solskjaers team slipped closer to falling out of the Premier League as they were well beaten 3-0 at home against Crystal Palace. Samaje Perine Redskins Jersey . The Indians scored twice in the top of the ninth, getting the go-ahead run on a wild pitch by closer Matt Lindstrom. Axford (0-1) came in seeking his fifth save in as many chances. Jonathan Allen Redskins Jersey . Blown save in the ninth inning? No problem. http://www.cheapredskinslockroom.com/AUTHENTIC-RYAN-ANDERSON-REDSKINS-JERSEY/.com) - New England Patriots starting center Bryan Stork will not play in Sundays AFC Championship against Indianapolis due to a knee injury the rookie sustained last week. Ryan Anderson Youth Jersey . - Benched Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman said he has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and voluntarily entered the NFL substance abuse program more than a year ago after mistakenly taking a medication to treat the condition. Jonathan Allen Jersey . As Valanciunas was whistled for a rare technical toward the end of the third quarter - a result of waving his hand at an official after being called for a foul - Lowry pulled the Raptors sophomore aside, corralling him by his jersey and patting him on the back.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Kerry, In the first period of Saturdays Montreal-Ottawa game, Brendan Gallagher is called for goaltender interference. Craig Anderson is outside the blue paint trying to make the save. When is it legal to make contact with the goalie without a penalty? It seems they can leave the crease, wander around, check a player but touch the goalie and a penalty is called! If his domain is the blue ice then stay in there and if you come out be prepared to bite the bullet! Bill George --- I have a short question regarding a rule in international hockey. At this years WJHC, I noticed numerous times that play was whistled down when a player from one team entered the crease of the opposing teams goalie. Yet other times when a goal was scored by a player who had also clearly been in the crease. Why is the play not blown dead then or the goal taken back like the days of old in the NHL? Or is this a rule as entertaining or confusing as the shoulder vs. crossbar high stick call? Thank you for your time,Jason Hoef Bill: In watching the play closely we see that Craig Anderson was actually set to play a shot (butterfly position) at the top of his goal crease with both skates and pads visible inside the blue paint. Montreals gritty little pest, Brendan Gallagher attempted to set a legal screen tight to the top Andersons crease and while facing the shooter. In doing so, Gallagher reached back with his left glove (top of stick hand) which contacted Anderson in the facemask and knocked the Sens goalie off of his set position. Due to the fact that Gallagher reached back with his hand and stick resulting in contact with Craig Anderson inside his goal crease, the referee deemed it to be more deliberate than incidental and assessed the appropriate penalty for goalkeeper interference. The overriding rationale and language of rule 69 (Interference on the Goalkeeper) is that a goalkeeper should have the ability to move freely within his goal crease without being hindered by the actions of an attacking player. In all cases in which an attacking player initiates intentional or deliberate contact with a goalkeeper, whether or not the goalkeeper is insidde or outside the goal crease and whether or not a goal is scored, the attacking player will receive a penalty.dddddddddddd. Lets take the scenario where the goalie is setup outside of his goal crease to cut down the angle and for the purpose of challenging the shooter, Rule 69.4 applies: If an attacking player initiates any contact with a goalkeeper, other than incidental contact, while the goalkeeper is outside his goal crease, and a goal is scored, the goal will be disallowed. A goalkeeper is not "fair game" just because he is outside the goal crease. The appropriate penalty should be assessed in every case where an attacking player makes unnecessary contact with the goalkeeper. However, incidental contact will be permitted when the goalkeeper is in the act of playing the puck outside his goal crease provided the attacking player has made a reasonable effort to avoid such unnecessary contact. The ambiguity contained in the language of this rule beginning with the word "However…" places huge responsibility and pressure on the referee to ascertain incidental contact and if the attacking player made a "reasonable" effort to avoid such contact! Most often the benefit will (and should) go to the goalkeeper that is set to defend the incoming shot. When a goalkeepers motion/movement outside of his crease and prior to establishing a full set, results in contact with an attacking player and a goal results it should be deemed a good goal. The harsh truth, Bill, is that goalkeepers are provided special protection due to the unique nature of their position as provided and defined by the rules committee. Jason: The IIHF rule book states: Rule 534 - Interference - If an attacking player deliberately stands in the goal crease, without interfering with the goalkeeper, the referee shall stop the play and the ensuing face-off shall take place at the nearest face-off spot in the neutral zone. As you alluded to, Jason, once the puck enters the goal crease attacking players are allowed to enter the crease and legally play the puck. Rules then apply to the legal scoring of a goal. Exceptional coverage of the 2014 World Juniors was provide for TSN by Gord Miller and Ray Ferraro in Malmo, Sweden as well as analysis by James Duthie and Bob McKenzie back in the studio. Terrific work as always men! Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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