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hes knicked the ball.Adi

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PITTSBURGH -- Less than seven weeks after sustaining a stroke, Kris Letang was cleared to practice with the Pittsburgh Penguins and will join the team for practice Monday. Letang, who has not played since a Jan. 29 stroke and resulting discovery of a small hole in his heart, has been taken off blood thinner medication. The defenceman has missed the past 14 games. "He still has some other things to go through (before returning to game action)," Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said, "but we knew that this was the six-week mark (since the stroke diagnosis) and there was a chance. Hes been working out, hes been skating and doing quite a bit on his own." A Norris Trophy finalist as the leagues top defenceman last season, Letang signed an eight-year, $58 million contract extension last summer. He has 10 goals and eight assists in 34 games this season. Letang did not skate at all for more than four weeks after the stroke and was not skating vigorously until this past week. 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Davis led the majors last season with 53 home runs and 138 RBIs, both career highs. He earned $3.PORTLAND, Ore. - With a potential playoff spot in the balance, as well as a chance to climb to the top of the Cascadia Cup standings, the Vancouver Whitecaps travelled to Portland on Saturday looking to make amends for the drubbing suffered at the the hands of the Timbers less than a month ago.It was not to be.In a near-replica of that August 20th matchup at B.C. Place Stadium, Vancouver got off to a lively start before giving up a goal and then fading down the stretch. Portland dominated for long stretches en route to another 3-0 trouncing of the Whitecaps in front of 20,814 at Providence Park.Fanendo Adi scored twice, Diego Valeri added a goal and an assist, and Donovan Ricketts had his fourth shutout as the Whitecaps ceded the fifth and final Western Conference playoff spot to their Pacific Northwest rivals with just five games remaining.Were chasing them now, said Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson. Its a different scenario when youre chasing a team rather than them chasing you.The game started with the visitors creating some good chances in the opening 15 minutes, including a Sebastian Fernandez shot in the games first minute that went just wide of the post.For the first 20-odd minutes we were excellent but werent able to capitalize on that, said Robinson. And goals change games, as we all know.Unfortunately for the Whitecaps, it was the Timbers that changed the game to their benefit.Following an end-to-end first twenty minutes, momentum started to shift in Portlands favour, culminating in the opening goal from Valeri at the 28-minute mark. The sequence started with Steven Beitashour getting caught in a two-on-one situation on the right wing. With Beitashour unable to commit, Portlands Jorge Villafana had time and space to neatly pick out Valeri running unmarked through Vancouvers penalty area.My initial reaction was to go out, but I saw I had guy, said Beitashour. I didnt want to go out and have them just play in behind, so I sat in and he whipped in a good ball. Great finish.Beitashour, a question to start prior to the match, had words with Mauro Rosales about the defending mixup, but the damage was alreaddy done.ddddddddddddThe goal took the wind out of our sails, said centre back Andy OBrien.Robinson agreed that there was a bit of a drop-off in Vancouvers performance once the home side took the lead.When we go a goal down, were probably not playing with the same energy, desire or confidence we should, Robinson said. But weve got to learn, because were not always going to score the first goal.The Timbers put a choke-hold on the remainder of the first half and Vancouver took a one-goal deficit into halftime.The visitors regrouped to start the second half, but a costly mistake in the 66th minute by Matias Laba gave Portland a chance to double the lead, and Adi capitalized on the chance for the first of his two goals on the night.Laba tried to cut the ball back near midfield with his teammates mostly in the attacking third. Valeri took it cleanly off Laba and easily found Adi breaking towards David Ousteds net all alone.Ninety-nine times out of 100 (Laba) makes that play, said Robinson. Valeris a good player, hes knicked the ball.Adi put the finishing touches on just four minutes later, slipping a ball between Ousteds legs for the final goal of the game.The additions of Kekuta Manneh, Darren Mattocks and Nicolas Mezquida created a flurry of half-chances in the waning moments of the game, but Portland saw out the match to keep the visitors scoreless for the the sixth time in nine games. Vancouver is winless on the road in that stretch as well.Its not a fun way to lose, said Ousted. Its not a fun place to lose, especially with the fan support we had out today. There are five games left and we cant feel sorry for ourselves, we cant get down. We need to continue to work.The Whitecaps face three playoff-bound teams in their remaining five games, starting next Saturday at home against Real Salt lake.Despite the recent form and a tough outlook for upcoming games, Robinson doesnt feel his team is wilting.People can say whatever they want, he said. Its a good challenge for us. If we want to play in big games, important games, weve got to cope with this pressure. Theres a little bit of pressure on next week. ' ' '

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