Canada: 6 W - 0 T - 1 L, Gold Medal After the disaster that was the 1992 World Junior Championship, Canada rebounded to win gold in 1993 despite some of the stiffest competition in tournament history. Jeff Burroughs Jersey . Canada won six of seven games, including a 9-1 pasting of the Russians. Their biggest win was a 3-2 squeaker against a powerful Swedish side that scored an astounding 53 goals while giving up only 15 in settling for silver. Peter Forsberg set records with 24 assists and an unbelievable 31 points, while line-mates Markus Naslund and Niklas Sundstrom had 24 and 14 points respectively. Naslund also set a tournament record with 13 goals. Many of those numbers were put up in one game, when Sweden hammered Japan 20-1. The difference, once again, was the strength of the Canadians goaltending and their overall depth. Manny Legace was the tournaments outstanding keeper, and he stood on his head to beat Forsberg and company to secure the gold medal. And while the Swedes had one great line, Canada had four solid lines and their depth wore on all their opponents. No Canadian player reached double-digits in scoring, but 15 players scored at least once and 19 of 20 players counted at least one point. Legace was joined on the all-star team by defenceman Brent Tully and forward Paul Kariya, who emerged from Eric Lindros shadow to stake his claim as Canadas most exciting player. The following summer, the top five picks in the NHL Draft were all members of Canadas 1993 gold medal-winning team. The Czechs won the bronze, with Jan Vopat setting a record for defencemen with 10 points. Final Standings TEAM GP W L T GF GA PTS Canada 7 6 1 0 37 17 12 Sweden 7 6 1 0 53 15 12 Czech/Slovak 7 4 2 1 38 27 9 United States 7 4 3 0 32 23 8 Finland 7 3 3 1 31 20 7 Russia 7 2 3 2 26 20 6 Germany 7 1 6 0 16 37 2 Japan 7 0 7 0 9 83 0 Team Canada Roster (GP - G - A - Pts) Martin Lapointe (7 - 5 - 4 - 9) Paul Kariya (7 - 2 - 6 - 8) Martin Gendron (7 - 5 - 2 - 7) Tyler Wright (7 - 3 - 3 - 6) Jason Dawe (7 - 3 - 3 - 6) Jeff Shantz (7 - 2 - 4 - 6) Alexandre Daigle (7 - 0 - 6 - 6) Ralph Intranouvo (7 - 3 - 2 - 5) Jeff Bes (7 - 3 - 2 - 5) Nathan Lafayette (7 - 3 - 1 - 4) Chris Gratton (7 - 2 - 2 - 4) Mike Rathje (7 - 2 - 2 - 4) Chris Pronger (7 - 1 - 3 - 4) Jason Smith (7 - 1 - 3 - 4) Brent Tully (7 - 1 - 2 - 3) Rob Niedermayer (7 - 0 - 2 - 2) Darcy Werenka (7 - 1 - 0 - 1) Adrian Aucoin (7 - 0 - 1 - 1) Dean McAmmond (7 - 0 - 1 - 1) Joel Bouchard (7 - 0 - 0 - 0) Team Canada Goaltending (W-L -OT - GAA - SO) Manny Legace (6-0-0 - 1.67 - 1) Philippe de Rouville (0-1-0 - 7.00 - 0) Tournament All-Stars G - Manny Legace (CAN) F - Peter Forsberg (SWE) D - Kenny Jonsson (SWE) F - Markus Naslund (SWE) D - Brent Tully (CAN) F - Paul Kariya (CAN) Top Scorers PLAYER GP G A P Peter Forsberg (SWE) 7 7 24 31 Markus Naslund (SWE) 7 13 11 24 David Vyborny (CZE) 7 6 9 15 Niklas Sundstrom (SWE) 7 10 4 14 Jere Lehtinen (FIN) 7 6 8 14 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992 | 1991 | 1990 1989 | 1988 | 1987 | 1986 | 1985 | 1984 | 1983 | 1982 | 1977-1981 Adrian Sampson Rangers Jersey . Whenever United loses, its crisis. When other top teams slip up, its the quirky nature of the Premier League. The predictable reaction speaks to the sky-high expectations for a team proven perennial contender and 13 times Premier League champion. Charlie Hough Rangers Jersey . -- Two out of three aint bad. https://www.cheaprangersbaseball.com/1492h-joe-palumbo-jersey-rangers.html . - After sewage backups, toilet overflows and foul smells surfaced the past two years, nothing at the Oakland Coliseum surprises the home team anymore.NEW YORK -- Without regard to fan or player balloting, here are our selections for the 85th All-Star game July 15 at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins since 2010. There are 34 spots on each roster, with at least 13 reserved for pitchers. Every major league club must be represented. The deadline for fan voting was midnight Thursday. Rosters will be announced Sunday night. The winning league, which gets home-field advantage in the World Series, has won five consecutive championships. ------ American League: First Base -- Coming off consecutive MVP awards, Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera gets the start even though Chicago rookie Jose Abreu and Torontos Edwin Encarnacion have more homers at this power-packed position. Encarnacion is listed as a designated hitter on the fan ballot, but hes played the vast majority of games at first base. Oakland bopper Brandon Moss was the toughest player to leave off the squad. Second Base -- The surprise starter is pint-sized Houston dynamo Jose Altuve. Seattles Robinson Cano and Detroits Ian Kinsler, both producing with new teams, are on the bench. Shortstop -- Yankees captain Derek Jeter takes a bow in his final season, though he hasnt done much damage at the plate. Alexei Ramirez of the White Sox beats out Kansas Citys Alcides Escobar for the backup role. Third Base -- Adrian Beltre has been a bright spot in a miserable year for banged-up Texas. He earns the starting job. Kyle Seager is enjoying a breakout season in Seattle, and Oaklands Josh Donaldson also makes it after getting snubbed a year ago. At last check, Donaldson had a big lead in fan balloting. Catcher -- Salvador Perez makes his second straight All-Star squad for Kansas City, and this time hes the starter. Kurt Suzuki represents the hometown team in his first season with the Twins. It was very difficult to deny Derek Norris of the Athletics, who has been so productive in limited at-bats. Outfield -- Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels starts in centre, with Baltimore newcomer Nelson Cruz in left and Torontos Jose Bautista in right. Cruz had a comfortable lead at DH in fan voting, but hes actually spent more time in the outfield. The reserves are Clevelands Michael Brantley, Baltimore centre fielder Adam Jones and Oaklands Yoenis Cespedes. Designated Hitter -- Victor Martinez of the Tigers has nearly as many home runs as strikeouts. Amazing. Those numbers help put him in the starting lineup over Boston stalwart David Ortiz, last years World Series MVP. Starting Pitchers -- Mariners ace Felix Hernandez gets his first All-Star start. Hes joined on the staff by Japanese right-handers Masahiro Tanaka of the Yankees and Yu Darvish of the Rangers, along with Angels first-timer Garrett Richards, reigning Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and Tigers teammate Rick Porcello. Tim Federowicz Jersey. The left-handers are Torontos Mark Buehrle, Oaklands Scott Kazmir, Chicagos Chris Sale and Tampa Bays David Price. ... Ortiz and Price arent exactly chummy. Could make for an interesting clubhouse. Relievers -- Now that Mariano Rivera has retired, someone else gets a chance to anchor the bullpen. Red Sox closer Koji Uehara, Kansas Citys Greg Holland and As lefty Sean Doolittle all have what it takes. ------ National League: First Base -- Arizona slugger Paul Goldschmidt is the starter at a spot loaded with splendid hitters. Behind him are Atlantas Freddie Freeman, Chicagos Anthony Rizzo and Washingtons Adam LaRoche. Rejuvenated in Colorado, Justin Morneau serves as the DH -- giving Minnesota fans a former Twins star to cheer. Second Base -- Dodgers speedster Dee Gordon gets the nod thanks to all those stolen bases. Chase Utley returns for Philadelphia following knee problems, and steady bat Daniel Murphy represents the Mets. Shortstop -- Troy Tulowitzki of the Rockies is the runaway choice, backed up by Hanley Ramirez from Los Angeles. Third Base -- Its a pair of unexpected first-timers at the hot corner in Todd Frazier from Cincinnati and reserve Anthony Rendon from Washington. Catcher -- Another surprise behind the plate, where Milwaukees Jonathan Lucroy starts over two established stars: Buster Posey of the Giants and Yadier Molina of the Cardinals. They both make the roster, but Miguel Montero of the Diamondbacks barely gets squeezed out. His numbers deserve recognition. Outfield -- NL MVP Andrew McCutchen from Pittsburgh is in centre, flanked by Miami strongman Giancarlo Stanton in left and Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers in right. The second-string unit is comprised of Brewers centre fielder Carlos Gomez, Braves slugger Justin Upton and San Franciscos Hunter Pence. Starting Pitchers -- Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright also warrants his first start in an All-Star game. The rest of the group includes Reds teammates Johnny Cueto and Alfredo Simon, Zack Greinke and Josh Beckett from the Dodgers, veteran Tim Hudson of the Giants and youngster Julio Teheran of the Braves. The left-handers are two-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw (Dodgers) and Madison Bumgarner (Giants). Kyle Lohse from the Brewers was the hardest omission of all. Relievers -- Francisco Rodriguez, closing again in Milwaukee, punctuates a renaissance season with his first All-Star selection in five years. Rounding out the bullpen are Atlantas Craig Kimbrel, San Diegos Huston Street and Washingtons Rafael Soriano. ' ' '