VANCOUVER -- The Vancouver Canucks have another hole to fill on their second line. Nike Free Deutschland. David Booth, who has yet to take part in training camp, will be lost for a month to six weeks with a groin strain. Canucks coach Alain Vigneault revealed the extent of the injury a day after Booth underwent an MRI. Booths absence leaves two holes on Vancouvers second line. Centre Ryan Kesler is recuperating from off-season shoulder and wrist surgery and remains out indefinitely. Vigneault said the Canucks still have plenty of good players available and will cope well, as they have done in the past with other injuries. "My job is to play with the players that are available," said Vigneault. Mason Raymond, who missed much of last season while recuperating from a serious back injury, is the only holdover from the second line able to participate in camp. Barring a change, he will take on the role of mentor while trying to get his offensive game on track. "Were going to help each other," said Raymond. "Obviously, a line works best when you have all three guys going." Journeyman forward Andrew Ebbett and Jordan Schroeder, the clubs top draft pick (22nd overall) in 2009, are auditioning to fill Keslers centre spot, while second-year pro Zack Kassian has been playing the other wing alongside Raymond. "These guys are all coming to play," said Raymond. "It doesnt matter whether its (Schroeder), Ebbett or Zack (Kassian) on the wing. These guys can all bring something to the line. If we work together, we can be successful." Vigneault has expressed a desire to keep his third and fourth lines intact. One option, if the coach chooses, could be to move either Ebbett or Schroeder to the wing from the middle. Ebbett, a 28-year-old Calgary native who was limited to 18 games last season because of collarbone and foot injuries, has seen considerable action at wing in the past while playing a utility role with the Canucks and four other NHL clubs. Schroeder, 22, has seen limited duty as a winger, but hasnt played a regular-season game in the NHL since being drafted with high hopes. Ebbett, who has been used primarily in an offensive role while playing for Vancouvers top farm club, the Chicago Wolves during the lockout, said a day earlier he is willing to fill whatever hole he can. Schroeder is also willing to make a move, if necessary. "Ill play wherever they want me to play," said Schroeder, a Prior Lake, Minn., native. "Just to play on this team would be an honour. You come up here and there are so many good players. Its been fun so far up here." Schroeder said he is a much better player than when he turned pro in 2010-11. "I think I would definitely be able to play the wing," he said. Booth, a 28-year-old Detroit native, recorded 16 goals and 13 assists in 56 games with Vancouver in 2011-12 after coming over in an early-season trade from Florida. He also had one assist with the Panthers. Its unclear when the seven-year veteran suffered the injury. Booth worked out with teammates informally at UBC late last week before the lockout ended, participating in drills and scrimmages, but has been sideline since then. Questions have been raised about how often Booth skated during the lockout while pursuing his interest in hunting, for which he has come under criticism on social media. But Vigneault said Booth told him he skated four or five times per week. The Canucks open their season at home Saturday against the Anaheim Ducks. Nike Free Schuhe. Van Bommel joined Milan in January 2011 and signed a one-year extension to his deal last summer. With tears in his eyes on Saturday, the Netherlands captain says he is leaving "because I have to respect the wishes of my family . Nike Free Run Damen. 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The Nets have lost both games without Williams and three of five overall, including Mondays 105-99 setback versus the Milwaukee Bucks at the Prudential Center. VANCOUVER -- Canadas Davis Cup doubles drought is finally over. Once the most dependable segment of Canadas tennis arsenal, doubles has been a surprisingly weak link in the teams recent outings -- losing that key match in its past three ties against Spain, South Africa and France. But that slide ended dramatically Saturday against Italy when Torontos Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil of Vernon, B.C., teamed up for a 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 3-6, 15-13 decision over the duo of Fabio Fognini and Daniele Braccaili in World Group quarter-final action at the University of British Columbias Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre. "We never got negative between us, even when we were missing our shots," said the 40-year-old Nestor. "Vasek really stepped it up in the fifth set. "Thats what made the difference." Pospisil tried to stay focused and positive throughout the match. "At each changeover I just kept reminding myself to keep my intensity up," said the 22-year-old. "I felt it was just a matter of time before we broke them as long as we continued to serve the way we were. Canada carries a 2-1 series lead into Sundays reverse singles where Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ont., and either Pospisil or Ottawas Jesse Levine will take on Italys Andreas Seppi and Fognini. Raonic, ranked No. 16 in the world, opens against the 18th-ranked Seppi, followed by either Pospisil or Levine against Fognini, who is currently the No. 31 in the world to No. 96 for Levine and No. 140 for Pospisil. A victory by either of the Canadian singles players will send the country into the World Group semifinals in September against either the Unitted States or Serbia. Nike Free Günstig Kaufen Canada has never been in the World Group semis since the current Davis Cup tiered format began in 1981. However, Canada did reach the semi-final in 1913 before losing to the U.S. With Pospisil playing for the second consecutive day, the 22-year-old native of Vernon, B.C., again found himself involved in a two-set lead. But unlike Friday, when the Vancouver resident couldnt seal the deal in his singles against Seppi, this time he and Nestor pulled it out in five sets.. In the deciding set the Canadian duo picked up their game. They had break opportunities in the third, fifth, 13th and 19th games and finally converted one in the 27th on their 10th chance with the Italians serving at 13-13. Then Pospisil served out the match to the thrill of the raucous crowd at the University of British Columbia. "After Friday, when I lost after being up two sets, there was no way I was going to let that happen again today," said Pospisil, who now has a career Davis Cup record of 8-7 in both singles and doubles. "I was going to fight for every point. After the fourth set I made some adjustments to my serve and return of serve." Thursday, Italian team captain Corrado Barazzutti nominated Bracciali and Paolo Lorenzi to play the doubles. But after the teams split Fridays opening-day singles he decided to substitute Fognini for Lorenzi. In addition to being a top-50 singles player, Fognini has been having an outstanding year in doubles with his normal partner Simone Bolelli, who is currently injured. Together they were in the Australian Open finals and also this year won an event in Bueno Aires. ' ' '