"Rage against the federation: ”do not Understand”"
"Clayton Keller lowered Juhani Tyrväinen from behind but escaped without punishment."
"Now rages Finland head coach."
"– When you use manners, it is difficult to understand how they think, " says Jukka Jalonen."
"Finland head coach buy in to the judges on the ice missed it he believes is a ”clear matchstraff”, however, he has no sympathy whatsoever for that federation (IIHF) was satisfied with a verbal warning for Clayton Keller."
"In an interview with the Hufvudstadsbladet he is furious. "
"– It sends a signal that it's okay to kick another player with a skate. You may not be a shutdown unless the other receives life-threatening injuries. When you use manners, it is difficult to understand how they think. To kick someone is one of the ugliest things that you can do in the rink. This is really laughable, " says Jalonen."
"the IIHF, shall, according to Jalonen have had a briefing for all teams prior to this world CUP. Where they shall, inter alia, have told that it is ”the deed, not the result”, which determines a possible punishment."
"– Now it was completely backwards. There was no damage but the offense was really ugly. They lied us straight in the face. They (the IIHF) did not think it was dangerous. I think it's quite a hell of dangerous to kick another with the skate. You can get an artery sliced up or fall backwards and hit his head. How can people who make such decision to get to work here?, says Jukka Jalonen."