LAPEENRANTA, Finland - Canadian head coach Kevin Dineen knew it would be a stiff challenge to get his team back on track after a crushing semifinal loss at the world under-18 hockey championship. Cheap Shoes . His team rose to the occasion Sunday with a 3-1 victory over Sweden in the bronze-medal game. "The sting from yesterday is not something we hid from or pretend didnt happen," Dineen said. "We accepted it and moved on. I think we take satisfaction that we worked hard and that things worked out today." A day earlier, Canada erased a three-goal deficit before dropping a 4-3 overtime decision to the Czech Republic. The loss prevented the 2013 champions from returning to the gold-medal game. Determined to come home with a medal, the Canadians started off slowly Sunday before finding their form in the third-place game. Brendan Perlini, Lawson Crouse and Travis Konecny scored and goalie Mason McDonald made 38 saves. "We were not going to miss an opportunity to represent our country well," Dineen said. "The unity that this group has shown to come together in this short little timeframe, I think there was a lot of encouragement within our group and a lot of very quick chemistry that made yesterday very disappointing. "But even so, I think we got great satisfaction from todays win." Swedens Henrik Tornqvist opened the scoring with a short-handed goal midway through the first period. Perlini answered with a power-play goal at the 17:02 mark. Crouse put Canada ahead at 11:57 of the second period and Konecny provided an insurance goal with less than five minutes to play in the third. "Weve spent five weeks together and weve done a lot of work," Dineen said. "Things didnt end the way we wanted to but on the flip side of that, that time could come down to the game today. They played extremely hard. "Theres one thing that we certainly wont fault them (for) — we had great effort throughout this whole tournament." Linus Soderstrom made 23 saves as Sweden settled for a fourth-place finish. "There was no guarantee how it was going to end," Dineen said. "But in saying that, I think we all walk out of here — and I hope the boys do as well — (feeling) that theyre a little wiser about the game and a little better for the experience." The United States won gold later in the day with a 5-2 victory over the Czechs. Black Friday Shoes . Bjoerndalen, who had failed to win any major race for two years before Sochi, writes in a Facebook entry that he is "full of energy and inspiration" after winning the 10-kilometre sprint and mixed relay at last months Olympics. Cyber Monday Shoes . -- Maxence Parrot of Bromont, Que.BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Charles Hudon scored three times and Philippe Cadorette made 21 saves as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar crushed the visiting Chicoutimi Sagueens 9-2 on Saturday to clinch the Jean Rougeau Trophy as the Quebec Major Junior Hockey Leagues regular-season champions. Denis Gorbunov, Valentin Zykov and Maxime St-Cyr had a goal and two assists apiece for the Drakkar (47-16-5) while Nicolas Meloche, Alexandre Ranger and Frederic Gamelin each scored once. Samuel Blier and Victor Provencher scored for the Sagueneens (27-40-1), who are on a five-game slide heading into the post-season. Chicoutimis Domenic Graham allowed nine goals on 46 shots Baie-Comeau went 4 for 5 on the power play while the Sagueneens scored twice on four chances with the man advantage. --- REMPARTS 2 OCEANIC 0 RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Francois Brassard stopped 47 shots as Quebec halted the Oceanics 16-game winning streak. Nick Sorensen and Zachery Moody scored for the Remparts (39-17-12) and Olivier Archambault assisted on both goals. Peter Trainor led all Rimouski (45-16-7) skaters with nine shots on Brassard, who earned his second shutout of the season. Philippe Desrosiers turned aside 26-of-28 shots for the Oceanic. --- FOREURS 6 PHOENIX 0 SHERBROOKE, Que. -- Keven Bouchard made 23 saves and Maxime Presseault had a pair of goals as Val-dOr extended their win streak to five games heading into the playoffs. Anthony Richard, Louick Marcotte, Samuel Henley and Jeremie Fraser also scored for the Foreurs (46-20-2). Matej Beran had four shots on net for the Phoenix (16-43-9), who finish the season out of the playoffs and losers of eight in a row. Sherbrookes Maxime Lagace stopped 16-of-18 shots before giving way to Francis Desrosiers, who allowed four goals on 24 shots in 30 minutes of action. --- VOLTIGEURS 7 TIGRES 2 VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Georgs Golovkovs scored twice and Matthew Donnelly had a goal and two assists as Drummondville toppled the Tigres. Dylan Montcalm and Frederick Gaudreau each had a goal and an assist for the Voltigeurs (43-21-4), who head into the playoffs on a six-game winning streak, while Ryan Culkin and Olivier Caouette had the others. Victoriaville (33-27-8) got goals from Yan Pavel Laplante and Angelo Miceli. Drummondvilles Louis-Philip Guindon made 17 saves for the win. Brandon Whitney allowed six goals on 23 shots through two periods of play for the Tigres. Francois Tremblay stopped 13 shots in the third period. --- ISLANDERS 6 SEA DOGS 2 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Mason McDonald made 35 saves and Zach Beaton scored twice as the Islanders handed Saint John its seventh straight defeat to end the season. Fake Shoes For Sale . . Luc Deschenes, Daniel Sprong, Josh Shatford and David Henley also scored for Charlottetown (21-39-8). Spencer Smallman scored both goals for the Sea Dogs (19-44-5), who failed to reach the post-season. Saint Johns Antoine Landry stopped 31-of-37 shots in a losing cause. --- MOOSEHEADS 8 SCREAMING EAGLES 6 HALIFAX -- Jonathan Drouin had a goal and six assists and Philippe Gadoury scored three times as the Mooseheads downed Cape Breton for their 12th win in a row. Darcy Ashley and Nikolaj Ehlers each had a goal and two assists for Halifax (47-18-3) while Andrew Ryan and Danny Moynihan added single goals. Julien Pelletier, Guillaume Gauthier, Charles-Eric Legare, Raphael Corriveau and Kyle farrell supplied the scoring for the Screaming Eagles (37-27-4). Zachary Fucale allowed four goals on 16 shots for the Mooseheads before giving way to Kevin Darveau, who stopped 7-of-8 shots in a period of relief. Cape Bretons Alex Bureau turned aside 44-of-51 shots in defeat. --- WILDCATS 2 TITAN 1 MONCTON, N.B. -- Jason Rioux made 35 saves as the Wildcats slipped past Acadie-Bathurst. Mathieu Olivier and Vladimir Tkachev scored for Moncton (33-32-3), which heads into the playoffs 3-7-0 in its last 10 outings. Alexandros Soumakis scored for the Titan (22-40-6). Acadie-Bathursts Jacobbrennan turned away 27-of-29 shots in a losing cause. --- ARMADA 6 CATARACTES 2 BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Marc-Olivier Roy had two goals and two assists as the Armada downed Shawinigan. Olivier Picard, Dominic Talbot-Tassi, Guillaume Beadoin and Frederic Bergeron also scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (41-17-10). Anthony Beauvillier and Gabriel Slight scored for the Cataractes (20-39-9), who clinched the final playoff position Friday night. Samuel Montembault made 15 saves for the Armada. Storm Phaneuf kicked out 16-of-20 shots for Shawinigan before giving way to Marvin Cupper, who stopped 11-of-13 shots in 32 minutes of relief. --- HUSKIES 5 OLYMPIQUES 1 GATINEAU, Que. -- Jean-Seabstien Dea had two goals and an assist and Marcus Power chipped in with three assists as Rouyn-Noranda halted its four-game slide by defeating the Olympiques. Jason Fuchs, Jack Nevins and Francis Perron also scored for the Huskies (35-28-5). Alexandre Belanger turned aside 35-of-36 shots for Rouyn-Noranda. Vincent Dunn scored for Gatineau (41-23-4) and Anthony Brodeur made 27 saves in defeat. ' ' '