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CARSON, Calif. Adrian Clayborn Jersey . - The Vancouver Whitecaps had never won a Major League Soccer road game. Jay DeMerit had never scored an MLS goal. Sitting atop the standings more than one game into the schedule? Unheard of. That all changed on Saturday. It was a night of firsts for the Whitecaps, who used impeccable defending, a smart game plan and a terrific set-piece goal from DeMerit to pull out a 1-0 triumph over Chivas USA. The sense of relief at getting the first away win in franchise history was clear for the Whitecaps, who went 0-12-5 on the road in their inaugural season. "Its a huge monkey off our back," said DeMerit, who scored on a 68th-minute header from Camilos corner kick. “A lots been said about that in our preseason and the lead-up to this first away game. To get it out of the way right away is such a good thing for us as a group so we can just concentrate again on what our job is week in and week out. “We dont have that pressure on us anymore, and now we can go away from home and try to get clean sheets and wins.” Vancouver was superb defensively, sitting back and absorbing, never letting Chivas turn its superior possession into chances. Goalkeeper Joe Cannon came up with one big save — stretching to tip a 20-yard shot by rookie Casey Townsend over the crossbar — before departing just before halftime with a bruised quadriceps in his left leg. Brad Knighton came on, solved some tricky situations near the end, and Vancouver accomplished another first: back-to-back shutouts. "Those things are all pleasing and important to the team," Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie said. "Its up to us to make our own record and to build a winning environment, like weve always talked about, and this is only a first or second step along the way. But its three points, and three points builds confidence, winning on the road builds unity. You cant get that without hard work, and thats what the guys have given us tonight." The match, played in front of a rain-soaked Home Depot Center crowd announced as just 7,723, offered some decent play but few chances. Vancouver put just two shots on target — the first a left-footed Lee Young-Pyo drive that Goats goalkeeper Dan Kennedy parried just before DeMerits goal — and struggled to get Eric Hassli and especially Sebastien Le Toux involved. Chivas, which conceded a stoppage-time goal to lose their opener last weekend at home against Houston, was superb defensively. Its organization limited the Whitecaps penetration and individual efforts, erasing opportunities when the Whitecaps did get into the box. "Its just disappointing," said Chivas left back Ante Jazic, a Canadian international from Halifax. "I think Vancouver was certainly beatable. What did they have, one shot on net aside from the goal, and from distance? If you give up one shot on goal, you should win the game. … Give credit to Vancouver. They definitely battled. But I though they were there to be taken tonight, for sure." The game changed with an extended attack in the 67th minute. After Kennedy knocked down Lees shot, Le Toux collected the rebound and played it back to Lee, whose chip nearly found Hassli in the goalmouth. James Riley headed it out for a corner kick, and Chivas midfielder Oswaldo Minda slipped as Camilos ball sailed into the middle. DeMerits powerful header bounced into the net. "Im so happy for the guys," said Cannon, who likely will be out a week or so. "Once Jay put that in, I think everyone knew what we were going to do for the rest of the game: just bunker in and force them to play wide and try to get another on on the counter." The Whitecaps escaped a late possible penalty kick after Alain Rochat wrestled Nick LaBrocca to the ground, and a Minda header that skipped past the right post in stoppage time. “Its nice to win any game, and obviously its great to win on the road at any time,” said Rennie, whose team is even on six points with Real Salt Lake atop the Western Conference. "I think its probably got more significance for us just because in the past in MLS the Whitecaps havent won on the road. Theres thing we can always improve upon, but it was a professional performance, a very hard-working performance, and its always nice to win.” Deion Jones Falcons Jersey . Coach Jose Pekerman has until June 2 to name the final 23-man squad. Falcao has been sidelined since January. If he recovers in time -- surgeons initially gave him a 50-50 chance -- Colombia could be one of the real threats in the World Cup. Patrick DiMarco Falcons Jersey . - After an exhilarating win in the snow, Pittsburgh safety Troy Polamalu got even better news when he returned to the locker room. http://www.atlantafalconsnflstore.com/authentic-derrick-shelby-falcons-jersey/ . They didnt sit back and put the New York Rangers into an early hole they never got out of. Frederik Andersen made 32 saves to stay perfect in four NHL games, and Corey Perry and Kyle Palmieri scored first-period goals to lead the Ducks to a 2-1 victory over the Rangers on Monday night.NEWARK, NJ - The suddenly surging Winnipeg Jets will try to stay hot and will have Evander Kane back in the lineup when they visit the struggling New Jersey Devils in Thursdays clash at Prudential Center. Viewers in the Jets region can catch the game on TSN3 beginning at 6pm ct. You can also listen to the action on TSN Radio 1290. Kane, who has been sidelined since spraining his right knee in the season opener, was cleared for action after Thursdays morning skate. Kane had 19 goals and 41 points for the Jets last season and is a former 30-goal scorer. The Jets began the season with a win at Arizona before dropping their next four in regulation. Paul Maurices club has rebounded nicely, however, picking up victories in three of its next four and Winnipeg enters tonights test riding a two-game win streak. Winnipeg ended a five-game homestand with Sundays overtime win against Colorado, then kicked off a stretch of four straight on the road with Tuesdays 4-3 victory over the New York Islanders. Andrew Ladd scored twice, including the go-ahead goal early in the third period, to help the Jets outlast the Isles at Nassau Coliseum. Paul Postma and Jacob Trouba also lit the lamp for Winnipeg and Ondrej Pavelec stopped 18- of-21 shots for the win. Ladd broke a 3-3 tie at the 3:31 mark of the third period. Bryan Littles shot from the top of the right circle hit off the pads of Jaroslav Halak, leaving a rebound for Ladd. The Islanders went on the power play when Postma was called for holding with 4:04 remaining. But Pavelec held strong in net to preserve the victory for Winnipeg. It was not our greatest start but we had a strong finish, Ladd said. The Jets played Tuesday without Zach Bogosian and the defenceman is questionable for tonights tilt with an upper-body injury. New Jersey has been the opposite of the Jets so far in 2014-14, starting the season strong before falling on hard times. The Devils began the campaign on a three-game winning streak, but have lost five of their six outings since. Thee Devils, who are 1-3-2 over their last six, surrendered a season-high eight goals their last time out, losing 8-3 in Pittsburgh on Tuesday. Sean Weatherspoon Falcons Jersey. New Jersey scored the first goal Tuesday and actually held a 3-1 over the Penguins until things fell apart. Pittsburgh tallied seven unanswered goals, ending the second period with a 5-3 lead before pulling away even further in the third. Dainius Zubrus, Tuomo Ruutu and Jacob Josefson all scored for the Devils. Cory Schneider gave up five goals on 23 shots over the first two periods before being pulled. Scott Clemmensen gave up three goals on 10 shots through the final 20 minutes of play. It was ugly and got away from us in the second half of the game, said Schneider. You have to learn from your mistakes, but this is also one that you just want to put behind you and move on to the next one. The Devils aim to turn things around at home, where the club will play three straight beginning with tonights tilt, but the club is 0-1-2 at the Prudential Center so far this season. Jersey hopes to have Mike Cammalleri back tonight after the veteran winger missed Tuesdays game with an upper-body injury. Cammalleri is leading the Devils with five goals and is tied for second on the club with seven points. Winnipeg has won four of five meetings versus the Devils overall and has claimed two of the last three in the Garden State. Pavelec expects to start tonight and is 6-3-3 with a 2.16 goals against average in his career against the Devils. Schneider is 1-1-0 with a 2.02 GAA in two lifetime appearances versus the Jets. Jets Projected Lines Ladd - Little - Frolik Kane - Scheifele - Wheeler Perreault - Lowry - Byfuglien Galiardi - Slater - Thorburn Stuart - Trouba Enstrom - Postma Pardy - Clitsome Pavelec Hutchinson Devils Projected Lines Zubrus - Zajac - Jagr Clowe - Elias - Brunner Boucher - Henrique - Ryder Ruutu - Josefson - Gionta Greene - Severson Salvador - Zidlicky Merrill - Larsson Schneider Clemmensen Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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