Theres not a championship ring on the line, but that doesnt mean there wont be pressure on members of the Toronto Argonauts, as they kick off the 2013 season in Winnipeg on Wednesday. Nike Free Run Herren. In fact, there will be little similarity between the lineup that won the Grey Cup game last November to the group of players who will take part in the first-ever game played at the $200 million dollar Investor Group Field. Head coach Scott Milanovich left most of his starting lineup back in Ontario, giving a combination of returning players and newcomers the chance to impress the coaching staff under game conditions. "Were going to get a real good look at some of the younger guys and give some of the veteran guys a bit of a break" said Milanovich, adding that Wednesdays game does indeed matter a lot. There are jobs at stake. "Were looking to see who can transfer it from the practice field to the game field and ultimately (look for) guys that we can count on when the lights come on". Milanovich announced that second-year Argo Trevor Harris will get the start at quarterback. With the departure of Jarious Jackson, the role of Ricky Rays back-up QB is up for grabs and four candidates will see action Wednesday. Joining Harris is fellow returnee Zach Collaros, as well as newcomers Mitchell Gale and Josh Portis. The game can be heard live on TSN 1050 Radio or at TSN.ca/Toronto at 8pm et/5pm pt. It will also be rebroadcast in its entirety on TSN 1050 at midnight, following live coverage of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Notes: Among those not making the trip are most of last years starting offensive players; Ricky Ray, Chad Kackert, Chad Owens, Dontrelle Inman, Andre Durie, Jason Barnes, Chris Van Zeyl and Tony Washington are all back in Toronto. Defensive starters from a year ago; Kevin Huntley, Robert McCune, Marcus Ball, Brandon Isaac and Pacino Horne are also not on the trip, nor is K/P Swayze Waters. High-profile newcomer Khalif Mitchell will also sit this one out...Usually veterans are given the road pre-season game off, so it was a little surprising to see the two players with the most seniority as Argos on the trip. Fullback Jeff Johnson is entering his 14th CFL season, his 12th with Toronto, while centre Jeff Keeping is back for his eighth season in double blue. Both will play Wednesday...The demolition of the Bombers former home, Canad Inns Stadium, is underway. One of the grandstands has been completely torn down...That stadium hosted one of the most memorable games in Argo history, the 1991 Grey Cup win over Calgary, highlighted by Rocket Ismails 87-yard kickoff return...The weather calls for partly cloudy skies and 22 degrees at kickoff. Nike Free Schuhe Billig. PAUL, Minn. Nike Free Laufschuhe Herren. According to Sundays Boston Globe, the Red Sox - who employed Farrell as their pitching coach before he came to Toronto - have held discussions about trying to get him back in the fold. http://www.nikefreeschuheshop.de/. Unfortunately, it was usually at a member of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. Nike Free Billig.C. -- Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is in the second year of the five-year, $43. Nike Free Schuhe. -- The Los Angeles Galaxy announced a multiyear contract extension for forward Robbie Keane on Wednesday, extending the Irish national team captains stay with the two-time Major League Soccer champions. WASHINGTON -- Playing with a sense of urgency usually attached to a playoff game, the Washington Capitals needed only 13 seconds to take the lead in their first-place showdown with the Florida Panthers. Thanks to a strong goaltending performance by Tomas Vokoun, that was all the offence Washington needed in a 4-0 victory Tuesday night. Mathieu Perreault scored shortly after the opening faceoff and Vokoun stopped 42 shots in his fourth shutout of the season, the second against Florida. Alex Ovechkin scored twice for the Capitals, who supplanted Florida atop the Southeast Division. Jason Chimera contributed a goal and an assist for Washington, which has 60 points. Florida is at 59 with a game in hand. "We knew what was on the line tonight," Capitals coach Dale Hunter said. "These are four-point games, playoff games, and were battling with Florida." Winning the Southeast title is imperative to both teams, because the runner-up may not end up among the eight Eastern Conference teams that qualify for the playoffs. With the victory, the Capitals jumped from ninth place to the third seed. And now Florida is ninth, on the outside looking in. "We got beat by the better hockey team tonight," Panthers coach Kevin Dineen said. "We need to understand that, fess up, recognize that our game has to improve and move on." The Panthers were coming off a 6-3 loss to Tampa Bay. Its only the second time this season they dropped two in a row in regulation; the other time was in October. "We have to stay positive, and we have to up our level of play," Florida defenceman Brian Campbell said. "Some nights were there. Other nights were not." Perreault set the tone in this showdown with his rapid-fire goal. Chimera was skating along the backboards when he sent a pass to Perreault that eluded two Panthers positioned in front of the net. Perreault then beat goalie Scoott Clemmensen with a shot from the left side. Nike Free Kaufen Günstig. "You never like to get scored on early like that," Florida forward Matt Bradley said. "Give them credit because they came out with a lot of jump." It was a quick score, but not even close to the fastest goal in Capitals history -- eight seconds, a mark shared by Alexander Semin and Gaetan Duchesne. Ovechkin added a power-play goal at 9:21 of the first period, and the onslaught continued after the first intermission. Chimera got a short-handed goal by tapping in an easy rebound at 1:01 of the second period after Clemmensen left the puck sitting in the crease. "Anytime you give up a short-handed goal, the momentum changes," Campbell said. "Its unacceptable." Ovechkin made it 4-0 at 11:47, firing a high-rising wrist shot that whisked past Clemmensen just inside the left post. It was his 22nd goal of the season and his fifth two-goal game, the first since Dec. 31. "I think everybody today was pretty good," Ovechkin said. "We (had a) pretty good start, and after that Tomas played unbelievable today. He gave us a chance to win the game." Much earlier, Washington received a morale boost when centre Brooks Laich suited up and joined the team on the ice. Laich, who was on crutches after hurting his left knee Sunday in a loss to Boston, showed no signs of the injury during his shifts against Florida. Laich received limited playing time, but his presence in the lineup was instrumental for a team playing with plenty of emotion. "Hes a warrior," Hunter said. "You see a guy sucking it up and doing what he can for the team -- he gave us everything he had." NOTES: It was the fourth meeting this season between the teams. Each has won twice on home ice. ... Floridas Kris Versteeg played in his 300th career game. ... Perreault has nine points in his last nine games. ' ' '