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TORONTO - Colin Miller said yes to Samuel Piette and Keven Aleman and no to Dwayne De Rosario and Patrice Bernier. Canadas mens soccer coach for the upcoming Gold Cup tournament selected his camp roster with an eye on the future, meaning a couple of national team mainstays wont make the trip. "I think now is a fantastic opportunity to build on the experience these young players have had," Miller said on a conference call Tuesday to his announce his roster. "Weve got to continue to give these guys a chance and the opportunity to play at this level of football. The more we can do that, the better our national team program is going to be." Aleman, whos 19, and Piette, 18, are two of eight players on the roster for the camp in Oxnard, Calif., who have yet to play in a senior tournament. The others are Kyle Bekker, Doneil Henry, Jonathan Osorio, Pedro Pacheco, Russell Teibert, and Simon Thomas. The next major tasks for Canadas senior mens side will be qualifying for the 2016 Olympics and 2018 World Cup, so the time is ideal to develop young players. That meant a couple of veterans became Gold Cup casualties. Miller said he spoke at length to the 35-year-old De Rosario, who was keen to attend the California camp and play in the confederations biennial championship tournament, which opens July 7. "I told him we were looking at a younger group, looking at moving the national program forward, and it was just a case of numbers with Dwayne," Miller said. "I saw that certainly in the future, Dwayne is going to be at a good age when the next World Cup qualifying comes around. He was disappointed as you would imagine, but it was something that I felt in this particular group, it was a perfect opportunity for us to get some talented young players that are desperate for an opportunity, desperate to wear the Canadian jersey. "Obviously he was disappointed but very supportive and wished us well." Miller also said no to the 33-year-old Bernier, who is playing well for the Montreal Impact. Miller called it "an age thing." "Weve got to look more at the future, longterm," Miller said. "And its an opportunity. Im very happy with the players that we have in midfield, and Ive worked with Patrice before, Im delighted to see him doing so well with Montreal. But at this moment in time when were thinking three or four years down the road here, is Patrice going to be one of our starting midfield players for the national team in World Cup qualifying? I would doubt that. "Thats really all it is, a case of numbers and his age at this moment in time." Aleman and Piette were both members of the Canadian squad at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Mexico when the last CONCACAF Gold Cup took place in 2011, and watched the Gold Cup matches on TV from the U-17 teams camp ahead of the tournament. Several other veterans including Atiba Hutchinson and Andre Hainault are missing, but its because theyre currently without professional contracts. "Not having Atiba is a big loss to the team," Miller said. "Its not an easy time for the European-based players, especially if youre out of contract right now." "There are guys who have chosen to stay and try to solidify their future in Europe, and there are guys who may see this Gold Cup as an opportunity to put themselves in the shop window. It was really the players decision. I can sympathize with the guys who are out of contract." Julian de Guzman, tournament MVP at the 2007 Gold Cup, is the squads most experienced player with 64 caps, and Miller sees him as a player who can mentor the younger ones. Simeon Jackson is the teams leading scorer with six international goals. Miller named just 22 to the camp roster, and will announce a tournament roster of up to 23 players on Friday. He wouldnt divulge the one missing player saying he has a "couple of irons in the fire." Camp opens Wednesday in Oxnard. Canada is in Group A at the tournament with Martinique, Mexico and Panama. Theyll open on July 7 versus Martinique in Los Angeles. Theyll then travel north to Seattle to battle Mexico on July 11, then close out the group stage with a game against Panama in Denver on July 14. The top two teams from each group will advance to the quarter-finals. The final is July 28 in Chicago. Raudy Read Nationals Jersey . Hes coming back to fulfil them. One of Europes top coaches, Blatt was hired Friday by the Cavaliers, who ended a sweeping, 39-day search with an out-of-the-box selection they hope changes their fortunes. Gerardo Parra Nationals Jersey . 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Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night.NEWARK, N.J. -- The Boston Bruins are not only threatening to run away with the Eastern Conference, they are challenging St. Louis for the NHLs best regular-season record. The Bruins rolled to their 10th straight victory Tuesday night, getting goals from Brad Marchand and Jarome Iginla in a 59-second span early in the second period in beating the slumping New Jersey Devils 4-2. The winning streak ties Anaheim for the NHLs longest this season and it has moved the Bruins (99 points) just two behind the idle Blues in the race for the Presidents Trophy. St. Louis has a game in hand. "Its been good," Bruins coach Claude Julien said after the team posted its third 10-game winning streak since he took over as coach in 2007-08. "Our guys just keep believing and doing the right things," he added. "Thats given us the opportunity to win." The right thing for the Bruins was their response after Patrik Elias scored for New Jersey with a two-man advantage just 29 seconds into the second period. Not only did it tie the game at 1, it happened so fast that the Devils had 1:28 left on the second power play. Instead of sagging while playing their second game in as many nights, the Bruins responded. Marchand scored his league-leading fifth short-handed goal and the red-hot Iginla pushed the lead to two goals less than a minute late. "Its always nice when you are able to get a goal right after they score one, and getting it short-handed is always nice," Marchand said. The winning streak is the Bruins longest since a 10-game run in November 2011. Its also four shy of the franchise record set in 1929-30. "Were not thinking about anything," Marchand said of the record and the run at the Presidents Trophy. "Weve cleared that out of our minds and are trying to take it game by game and day by day. Weve played too many games in too short of a time to think like that. Its just a struggle getting up every day and looking at the next game. Its been a pretty tiring month. "Were staying focused, and if we do that, well continue our run." Patrice Bergeron and Chris Kelly also scored for Boston. Chad Johnson made 20 saves as the Eastern Conference leadeers hurt the Devils post-season hopes by sending them to their third straight loss.dddddddddddd. Bergeron also had the primary assist on Marchands goal while Zdeno Chara, who was celebrating his 37th birthday, made the breakout pass out of the zone. The goal had not been announced when Iginla broke into the Devils zone after taking a long pass and beat Martin Brodeur between the pads with a shot from the right circle. It was his 26th goal of the season and his fifth in the last three games. Elias and Travis Zajac scored for the Devils, who have 13 games left to either turn things around or they will miss the playoffs for the second straight year and third time in four. Brodeur made 27 saves. "Our effort is just not at the right point for the urgency that we need to make that push toward the playoffs," Brodeur said. The fans at the Prudential Center noted that by booing New Jersey as it left the ice down 3-1 after two periods. "We deserved to get booed," said Elias, whose goal was his 16th. Kelly stretched the lead to 4-1 a little more than seven minutes into the third period, beating Brodeur in close after taking a pass from Carl Soderberg. Zajac snapped a shot over Johnson (15-3-1) a little more than two minutes later. It was his 13th of the season. The Bruins, who were playing on consecutive nights, dominated the first period, taking the first nine shots. Bergeron put them ahead with 5:27 left in the period when he was sent in alone by Reilly Smith and beat Brodeur with a backhander that seemed to slip off his stick. NOTES: Bruins D Johnny Boychuk missed his second straight game with a leg injury. ... Devils F Ryan Carter missed his second straight with an upper-body injury. New Jersey recalled Tim Sestito from Albany (AHL) to take his place on the fourth line. ... The Bruins had killed off 20 straight penalties before Elias scored with 6 seconds left in the two-man advantage. ... Iginlas goal was the 556th of his career, tying him with Bruins great John Bucyk for 25th place in NHL history. ... Devils F Jaromir Jagr picked up an assist on Zajacs goal, the 1,044th of his career, five behind Gordie Howe for eighth in league history. ' ' '
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