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TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League staff. 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. Arsenal (Last Week- 1) The Gunners hold on to top spot despite missing a glorious opportunity to deal Manchester Uniteds title hopes a serious blow. Arsenal remains alone at the top of the table, but are now just two points clear of second-place Liverpool and lost ground to the pack, with six teams now just five points behind or less. 2. Liverpool (LW- 5) The Reds outmuscled Fulham at Anfield thanks to another standout performance from Luis Suarez who has now scored five goals in three League matches since returning from suspension. 3. Manchester United (LW- Cool Dont look now but the Red Devils may be rounding into the title-holders many expected them to be this season. True, they managed just one goal at home against Arsenal, but were able to protect the lead against a hard-charging club in a way theyd failed to earlier on this season. 4. Southampton (LW- 7) The Saints might just be for real. Theyve lost just once this season and have avoided the slip-ups that have dogged supposedly superior teams early-on in the Premiership. No one expected them to be this good, but their record speaks for itself. The real test is coming, however, with road games at Anfield and Stamford Bridge beckoning in their next two fixtures. 5. Chelsea (LW- 3) That Eden Hazard penalty caused immediate ripples, but salvaged a point for the Blues at home against West Brom. The fact that it followed a loss to Newcastle in Week 10 and a very fortunate victory (thanks to Joe Hart!) against Manchester City has Chelsea trending very much in the wrong direction. 6. Tottenham (LW- 2) Spurs home loss to Newcastle probably wouldve made a bigger ripple had it not been for headline-grabbing results involving their fellow London clubs and the Manchester pair. Still, having salvaged just a single point from their last two matches and facing an Etihad date with City in Week 12, optimism isnt exactly running high at White Hart Lane. 7. Manchester City (LW- 4) Did City use up two weeks worth of goals by putting the boots to Norwich City in Week 10? Possibly. Was 19th-place Sunderland the better team in their Week 11 tilt? Most definitely. The loss dropped City from fifth to eighth in the table. 8. Everton (LW- 6) Everton joins Southampton as the only one-loss teams in the Premiership so far this season, but a team that hopes to contend for top-flight status has to do better than a scoreless draw to a relegation-bound team like Crystal Palace. 9. Newcastle United (LW- 10) How do you respond to being the first team to lose to Sunderland in 2013-14? You go out and you beat a pair of London clubs. If the Magpies can play more like the team that blanked Spurs and Chelsea, they could continue their table ascent. 10. West Bromwich Albion (LW- 11) Okay, so you probably got robbed of three points. Still, a draw at Stamford Bridge and sitting top-half of the table at this point of the season are probably enough positives to salve the wounds inflicted in stoppage time. 11. Aston Villa (LW- 14) Villa had to have worried their home fans into thinking their goalless drought was bound to continue, but they struck late in their home match against Cardiff City. Leandro Bacuna and Aleksander Kozak made good on a halfs-worth of excellent chances to get back to the score sheet and a well-earned three points. 12. Hull City (LW- 9) The bad news is that Hull suffered their most lopsided loss of the year at the hands of Southampton. Still, the loss came at the hands of a surprisingly strong side and marked the first time the Tigers surrendered upwards of two goals this season. 13. Swansea City (LW- 13) The Swans looked to have three points in hand until Charlie Adams stoppage-time penalty spoiled the fun. That said, Swansea has grabbed points when it can so far, losing only to the likes of Spurs, United, Saints and Arsenal – their Week 10 Welsh Derby loss aside. 14. Cardiff City (LW- 12) Cardiff had a good half before Villa broke their goalless frustration and took the points. Not the way they wanted to chase their Welsh Derby triumph and not a good omen with Manchester United laying in wait. 15. Norwich City (LW- 1Cool It could really only go up for Norwich in Week 11 as even a loss would have been an improvement if theyd surrendered less than seven goals. Luckily, the Canaries pulled out a win, dropping West Ham at home and ending a four-match winless drought. 16. Stoke City (LW- 16) Stoke managed a reverse of their Week 10 feat, by scoring in the very last minute to salvage a draw. Stoke isnt losing matches at the same clip as Fulham (with whom they sit level at 10 points), but theyd be in a much safer position relegation-wise if they could turn a couple of the draws theyve been earning into victories. 17. West Ham United (LW- 15) The Hammers extended their winless streak to four games with their 3-1 loss to Norwich City. While few will begrudge a loss to a team like Manchester City (see: Week Cool, the team must do better against the teams directly ahead of them if they hope to stay up for next season. 18. Sunderland (LW- 19) Sunderland seems to have found a new gear at home, recording their second straight home victory (oh yeah, and their second victory, period) this week against Manchester City. A 1-0 victory may not turn a lot of heads for those that werent watching, but they rode a Phil Bardsley goal and an exceptional defensive performance by Wes Brown to take a step closer to the rest of the pack and a step up in our rankings. 19. Fulham (LW- 17) Fulham got plain out-classed by Liverpool in Week 11, losing to such an extent that one TSN analyst had them dead last in this weeks rankings. Fulham has just three wins this season and two of them have come against the only two teams below them in the table. 20. Crystal Palace (LW- 20) Palace got just their second result of the season, earning a goalless home draw against a strong Everton side. Still, they remain dead last in the table, having gone winless in eight matches and having scored just twice over that span. Greg Stroman Jersey . They were expecting him there all along. 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Zacha had three goals and two assists in seven games at the world mens under-18 championship in April when the Czech Republic took the silver medal.MONTREAL -- New Buffalo Sabres signing Sam Reinhart wants to focus on nothing else but making Canadas national junior hockey team. The 18-year-old Reinhart is taking part in Canadas one-week development camp being held just outside Montreal. The squad is preparing for the 2015 world junior championship, which gets underway Dec. 26 in Toronto and Montreal. Reinhart joins 38 other young Canadians vying for a spot on head coach Benoit Groulxs final 22-man roster. "Im here this week trying to give myself the best opportunity to make the team," said Reinhart, who scored in Canadas 6-2 victory over the Czech Republic on Tuesday. The game was the first of four exhibition matches involving the Russian and Czech national junior teams. "Its gone well so far," added Reinhart. "Its always tough for a lot of the guys coming in during the summer. After the first two practices, things have really started picking up. There are always going to be a few more mistakes now than when December comes, but were aware of that, and were battling through that." Reinhart has hockey coursing through his veins. His father Paul played 11 National Hockey League seasons with the Atlanta/Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks in the 1970s and 80s. Sams brother Max was drafted by Calgary in 2010, and his brother Griffin was chosen fourth overall by the New York Islanders in 2012. Sam Reinhart did one better, as he was drafted second overall by the Sabres in this years draft. Three weeks ago, Reinhart signed a three-year entry-level contract with Buffalo. The North Vancouver, B.C., native is captain of the Kootenay Ice in the Western Hockey League, where he has scored 101 goals in 203 games. Last season, he was named the WHLs Player of the Year. The six-foot-one centre also captained Canada to a gold medal at the U18 junior world cup in 2012, and again at the U18 IIHF world championship in 2013. At the 2014 world junior championship in Malmo, Sweden, Reinhart scored two goals and had three assists in seven games. Canada ultimately lost 2-1 to Russia in the bronze medal game and finished fourth at the tournament for the second year in a row. If Reinhart plays in the upcoming tournament, which culminates with the gold medal game in Toronto on Jan. 5, Buffalos top prospect says this year is all about redemption. "A lot of the guys who were there feel it," said Reinhart of Canadas tough loss to the Russians. "Its not an easy tournament to win by any means. We felt we were getting better each day throughout that tournament, and it was one slip-up that cost us.dddddddddddd We know how fast it can all be taken away, and you cant take that for granted." If Buffalo decides the junior championship is not beneficial to Reinharts development -- or if the forward is already playing for the Sabres at that point -- there wont be any individual redemption for Reinhart after last years fourth-place finish. "Its not really on my mind right now," he said. "Im just trying not to think about it too much. When I have the opportunity to make my name in Buffalo, Ill be focused there as well." Its at each teams discretion whether they want their signings to play the tournament. Hockey Canada will have no choice but to accept the Sabres decision. "Sometimes, when you look at your line-up and you have guys like Reinhart, you realize how good they are when youre on the ice with them," said Groulx. "We want them to be in the show, but in a selfish way, youd like to have them with you at Christmas time." Canada is suffering through a five-year gold medal drought at the tournament after winning five consecutive years between 2005 and 2009. The teams last medal, a bronze, came in 2012. After three exhibition games in mid-December, Canada opens the 11-day tournament with a group game against Slovakia in Montreal. Canada will play its four round-robin matches at Montreals Bell Centre. The Canadians are in Group A with the United States, Finland, Slovakia and Germany. Toronto will welcome teams from Group B, which includes Russia, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Sweden, and Switzerland. Groulx knows that Reinharts potential absence will leave a big gap on the team, and will dull Canadas offence. "Sam Reinhart is the kind of player that, when everything is disorganized on the ice, when he touches the puck, everything gets organized again," said Groulx. "Thats a sign that he knows what hes doing, its a sign of maturity, its a sign of a very good hockey player. "Sam is doing everything right. Hes a great young man who loves the game." Notes: Team Canadas second exhibition match is Wednesday versus the Russians in Sherbrooke, Que. à Defenceman Aaron Ekblad, who suffered a concussion in Tuesdays game, did not skate with his team on Wednesday. The Florida Panthers prospect will miss the remainder of the national junior development camp. à With 15 gold medals, Canada is the most successful country in the competitions 38-year history. à Finland won last years tournament, beating Sweden in the final game. Cheap Nike Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Nike Packers Jerseys Cheap Nike Vikings Jerseys Cheap Nike Lions Jerseys Cheap Nike Colts Jerseys Cheap Nike Texans Jerseys Cheap Nike Jaguars Jerseys Cheap Nike Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Nike Patriots Jerseys Cheap Nike Jets Jerseys Cheap Nike Browns Jerseys Cheap Nike Broncos Jerseys Cheap Nike Chiefs Jerseys Cheap Nike Bengals Jerseys Cheap Nike Steelers Jerseys Cheap Nike Titans Jerseys ' ' '

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