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VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Whitecaps arent mathematically in must-win territory a€” its just starting to feel that way. Nike Air Max 97 Online Bestellen . With five games to go in Major League Soccers regular season, the club sits two points behind the Portland Timbers for the final Western Conference playoff spot after a demoralizing 3-0 road loss to their Pacific Northwest rivals last weekend. The Whitecaps have slid down the standings in dramatic fashion thanks to a stretch of just three wins in their last 17 games. Heading into Saturdays matchup with Real Salt Lake, they know time is starting to run out on a season that began with such promise. You can watch the game live at 7pm et/4pm pt.on TSN2 and TSN GO. You can listen to the match on TSN 1410 and tsnradiovancouver.ca, with pregame coverage beginning at 5pm et/2pm pt. You can also catch the post-match show immediately following the game live from Doolins Irish pub live on TSN 1410. The last month, month and a half have been must wins and weve let ourselves down, said defender Jordan Harvey. We have to go back to fundamentals, go back to what were good at a€” at home in particular a€” and get three points. Apart from Vancouvers eye-popping run of form since June, the Whitecaps have scored just two goals from open play in their last nine games, a well-documented trend that must be reversed. What weve been talking about this whole week is getting the intensity back a€” that hunger, that desire a€” to go and play and to give (your) best effort, said Canadian midfielder Russell Teibert. We cant say that were going to win, but we can say that were going to be the hardest working team on that day. The Timbers play an early start at Toronto FC on Saturday so the Whitecaps should know where they stand by the time their game kicks off at 4 p.m. local time. Maybe (Toronto striker Jermain) Defoes back and he can bang in four goals, quipped Vancouver head coach Carl Robinson, who played three seasons at TFC. But the Welshman added the result at BMO Field wont matter much if the Whitecaps (8-8-13) dont keep up their end of the bargain against Real Salt Lake (13-6-10), which is 10 points ahead of Vancouver in the West. Listen, weve got to take care of our own business. We didnt take care of our own business (last week) because we werent at the levels we need to be, said Robinson. They get bigger and bigger as you get into the final few games of the season. Theres no room for error at all now. Against Portland we were disappointed with the performance, as well as the result. We cant be disappointed Saturday because its a game we need to win. The lack of goals from Vancouvers young strikers a€” namely Darren Mattocks, Erik Hurtado, Kekuta Manneh and Sebastian Fernandez a€” has been compounded by the fact that the Whitecaps seem to sag when theyre scored against, as was the case last weekend. You cant always score the first goal. I think when we do were a different team, but if we concede weve got to have strong mental characters, said Robinson, in first season at the helm. Even though were a young group, it doesnt matter. Weve got to deal with disappointment better. We havent done that enough this year. Its been mentioned a couple of times in the meetings weve had that we need to deal with it. Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted said given the situation, his team must play its remaining games as if the playoffs have already started. We need to get into that mentality. At home against a good team, we need to see if we can grind out a win, said Ousted. We all got together and we know what has to happen these next five games. Its upping the intensity, upping the discipline, (and) doing all the little things right. The Whitecaps and Real Salt Lake have played to a pair of hard-fought draws in Utah this season and Teibert said Saturdays encounter shouldnt be any different. We have a great rivalry with this team and its been growing each time that weve played against them, said the Niagara Falls, Ont., native. I know they try to get in our heads and were trying to get in theirs. Its going to be not only a physical battle, but a mental battle as well. Real Salt Lake comes in needing a point to clinch a playoff spot and boasts a lineup that includes striker Joao Platas 13 goals and a midfield anchored by veteran U.S. international Kyle Beckerman. Theyre obviously a quality team. Theyve shown that here in B.C. Place, said Harvey. We have to be aware of their good players and their attacking threat. (But) at home, its usually all about us. If we come with the right mentality, score early and play fluid ... I think well get three points. Real Salt Lake head coach Jeff Cassar, who hinted this week he might not play all of his starters because of the artificial surface, expects the Whitecaps to come out flying in a game they need. Theyre not going to sit back, Cassar told his clubs official website. They need points. Theyre at home. They have to get three points. Vancouver doesnt sit back too much. Well, they tend to sit back a little bit, but their front three tend to stay a little bit higher. If were organized as were building up, I think we can shut that down. If the visitors can manage that, the Whitecaps playoff hopes will become even more tenuous. Nike Air Max 97 Kopen . Then again, he really was at his home away from home. "It was nice to sleep in my own bed last night," Shields said after pitching Kansas City past the San Diego Padres 8-0 Wednesday. Nike Air Max 97 Aanbieding . Meanwhile, the Jets extended their winning streak to four and remain perfect under Paul Maurice. Its the Jets second four-game winning streak of the season, the other coming in mid-November. http://www.airmax97nederland.com/ . On Wednesday night, they showed that stellar defence and a little small ball can get the job done too. With pinch-runner Kevin Pillar aboard after Dioner Navarro opened the bottom of the ninth with a single, Anthony Gose dropped down an excellent bunt along the first-base line.(SportsNetwork.com) - The surprising Calgary Flames host the winless New Jersey Devils at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday. The Flames are off to a 2-0-2 start to a season that was supposed to be all about rebuilding. If one judges the youth movement by the play of 18-year-old Sean Monahan early this season, it would seem the rebuilding project is going extremely well. Monahan, the sixth overall pick at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, tallied a goal and an assist to lift the Flames to a 3-2 win over visiting Montreal on Wednesday and has already recorded five points (3G, 2A) in his first four games as an NHLer. The rookie opened up the scoring for the Flames on Wednesday a little less than 10 minutes into the game. Travis Moen coughed up the puck in the neutral zone to Monahan, who advanced into Montreals zone and dished a backhand pass over to Lee Stempniak. Stempniak fired a shot off goaltender Carey Price and Monahan was there to tap the rebound into the back of the net. "(Monahan) is having fun, he is bringing passion, he is bringing excitement and hes learning. He is a pretty special kid," Flames head coach Bob Hartley said of the 18-year-old rookie. Joey MacDonald stopped 33-of-35 Montreal shots to ensure the victory for the Flames. Calgary is capping a three-game homestand on Friday and will begin a five-game road trip when it plays Wednesday evening in Anaheim. Although the Devils are winless through four games, the club has earned three points thanks to their last three setbacks coming after regulation. Still, the 0-1-3 start is the worst for New Jersey since it went 0-3-1 to begin the 2001-02 campaign. Nike Air Max 97 Sale Heren. Another loss on Friday would give the Devils its longest stretch without a win to begin a season since the Colorado Rockies where 0-4 with a tie through five games in 1981-82. The Devils are in the midst of a five-game road trip and will try to get on the board with a win in the third test of that swing in Calgary. Unfortunately for New Jersey it has lost two straight and three of its past four trips to the Saddledome and the Flames are 5-2-2 in the last nine meetings between the clubs overall. Jersey was last in action on Tuesday, when it lost a 3-2 overtime decision to the Vancouver Canucks, who received a game-winner from Mike Santorelli at 2:18 of the extra session. In the extra session, Jason Garrison let fly with a shot from the point that zipped past a screened Cory Schneider. Garrison was originally credited with the goal, but it was subsequently changed to Santorelli, who was jostling in front of the netminder with New Jerseys Marek Zidlicky. "I saw Garrison block the middle. I looked one way and next thing I know it is in the net. There was some traffic and I just didnt look hard enough to find it," Schneider said of the game-winning tally. Schneider, of course, was acquired by the Devils from Vancouver in a draft-day deal earlier this year and he stopped 29 shots in a losing effort against his former club. Jaromir Jagr and Patrik Elias each posted a goal and an assist for the Devils. ' ' '


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