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TORONTO -- The Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact both picked up Canadian strikers as the MLS SuperDraft concluded Tuesday with the third and fourth rounds. Authentic Walt Frazier Jersey . The Whitecaps used the first pick of the fourth round -- 58th overall -- to take MacKenzie Pridham, a Toronto-born forward from Cal Poly. The Impact chose Edmonton forward Jordan Ongaro 67th overall from San Diego State. The 23-year-old Pridham is Cal Polys all-time leading scorer with 27 goals and the first to repeat as Big West Offensive Player of the Year since current Seattle Sounders midfielder Brad Evans did it as a UC Irvine standout. Pridham finished sixth among Division I players with 0.70 goals per match, eighth with 14 goals and 10th with 31 points. Those numbers might have been higher had the Mustangs made the NCAA tournament or had Pridham avoided a late-season ankle injury (he was second in NCAA goal-scoring when he went down). Pridham, who trained with Toronto FC last summer, ranks second all-time in Cal Poly points (58) and multi-goal games (five) and eighth in appearances (70). "One of the hardest-working players Ive seen," said Vancouver manager Carl Robinson. "His goal-scoring record (25 goals) over the last two years has been fantastic," he added. "I was pleasantly surprised I was able to pick him up today." The 22-year-old Ongaro led the Pac-12 in goals this season with 10, ranked second in points (21) and goals per match (0.53), and third in points per match (1.11). He was a first-team all-Pac 12 section. The Canadian under-17 and under-20 player is the nephew of Ross Ongaro, a former indoor player and coach of note whose soccer resume includes stints as Canadian beach and futsal coach. The Whitecaps also took a pair of midfielders from the New Mexico Lobos in 22-year-old Ghanaian Michael Kafari, in the third round, and 25-year-old Costa Rican Michael Calderon, in the fourth. Calderon excelled at the recent MLS Combine, ranking second in chances created, according to Opta Sports. The Vancouver draft picks from New Mexico have Whitecaps connections. Both were Lobos teammates with midfielder Ben McKendry, a product of the Whitecaps residency program. And Kafari played with Whitecaps midfielder-forward Kekuta Manneh at the Austin Aztex of USL PDL. Robinson said the intel from McKendry on the two Lobos was nothing but positive. "Theyre good players, thats the be-all and end-all of it," Robinson added. He sees the five-foot-eight Calderon as a No. 10, a creative player who can unlock defences. "As a club last year, thats what we missed," he said. Kafari, a more deep-lying midfielder, has a U.S. passport so would count as a domestic player. Calderon counts as an international but Robinson said the player is getting married, which may impact his status. Robinson said he had expected Calderon to go higher in the draft, theorizing that perhaps some were turned off by his age. "It definitely wasnt a turnoff for me because technically you can see he has a lot of attacking qualities in him." Vancouver added a 2014 international spot in a deal that sent a third-round pick, 45th overall, to the Columbus Crew. The Whitecaps have 11 international roster spots, 10 of which are currently being used, through the 2014 season. Robinson said getting the international spot gives the team the security of knowing it can accommodate one of its overseas targets. The Impact picked up forward Pete Caringi from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, with their third-round pick. The 21-year-old won the Golden Boot in the PDL in 2013 with 16 goals in 12 games for the Baltimore Bohemians. He played four seasons with the UMBC Retrievers, scoring 37 goals and adding 17 assists in 79 games. "Blessed to be drafted by (at)impactmontreal," tweeted Caringi. Toronto FC, which did not have a third-round pick, selected Rutgers forward Kene Eze in the fourth round, 60th overall, on the New Jersey natives 22nd birthday. Eze led the Scarlet Knights with eight goals this season despite missing six games due to injury. He finished his collegiate career with 22 goals and eight assists. Authentic Mitchell Robinson Jersey .com) - Kam Chancellor bobbed his head in celebration as he crossed the goal line on his game-clinching 90-yard interception return. Wholesale Knicks Jerseys . The Canadian tennis players first full season on the WTA Tour was a strong one. She has risen to No. 32 in the world rankings and will likely be seeded at the first Grand Slam event of the 2014 season. . - The New England Patriots needed help on defence so they added three experienced players at midseason.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at My question is regarding the actions of a goalie knocking the net off its moorings. Im sure by now you have seen the video where AHL goalie David Leggio sees he is about to face a 2-on-0, so he turns around and takes the net right off the moorings, which results in a penalty shot which he stops! Ingenious play for sure as long as you stop the upcoming penalty shot. Could he also be assessed a misconduct on the play? Also, what happens if on the penalty shot he turns around and lifts the net off its moorings yet again? Does the referee have the option to award an automatic goal or can he then toss the goalie from the game and force the back-up to come in and face the penalty shot? Curious to hear your insight on this strange play! Doug Robichaud, Hampton, NB --- Doug: An ingenious decision for sure by Bridgeport goalie David Leggio to toss the net and subsequently face one shooter on the ensuing penalty shot as opposed to a 2-on-0. Given the fact that Leggio signaled a penalty shot by pointing to centre ice even before the referee did, I doubt his decision to knock the net off the moorings was spontaneous, but instead rehearsed; at least in this astute goalie’s mental visualization exercises. Presently, there is no provision in the rules for the referee to assess a misconduct penalty to Leggio for deliberately displacing the goal post. Given the timing with which Leggio dislodged his net, the referee had no option at his disposal to award a goal under rule 63.6 and/or 25.2. For that to occur, an attacking player must have shot the puck or be in the act of shooting prior to the net being displaced, accidentally or deliberately, and it must be determined that the puck would have entered the net between the normaal position of the goal posts. Authentic Mario Hezonja Jersey. Instead, the appropriate penalty shot was applied by the referee (and Leggio) under rule 63.5 which reads: If the goal post is deliberately displaced by a goalkeeper or player during the course of a “breakaway,” a penalty shot will be awarded to the non-offending team, which shot shall be taken by the player last in possession of the puck. Once the penalty shot procedure was put in motion, Doug, the goalkeeper is allowed to stop the puck in any manner except by throwing his stick or any object, or by deliberately dislodging the goal, in which case a goal shall be awarded. If during the shot Leggio were to “accidentally” dislodge the net in an attempt at making a save, the referee must make one of the following determinations: i) Award a goal if he deems the player would have scored into the area normally occupied by the net had it not been dislodged. ii) Allow the shot to be re-taken if he does not score or it could not be determined if the puck would have entered the area normally occupied by the net. iii) If the goal becomes dislodged after the puck has crossed the goal line thus ending the shot, the above determinations do not apply, the shot is complete. While David Leggio took full advantage of a loophole in the rule to eliminate a 2-on-0, if he were to displace the goal during the course of the subsequent penalty shot (accidentally or otherwise), the rules clearly favour the shooter to allow for either an awarded goal or for the shot to be retaken. My rule change recommendation to plug this loophole would be for the referee, at his discretion, to award a goal when he determines the net has been deliberately dislodged during the course of a breakaway. Until that change is made, there is nothing to stop a goalie from chucking his net to stop play and then go head-to-head with a lone shooter on the penalty shot. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' '

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