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KITZBUEHEL, Austria - On Saturday, Hannes Reichelt will only focus on winning one of the most important races of the World Cup season.A year ago, the Austrian skier was balancing between winning the downhill in Kitzbuehel and suffering a potentially career-ending injury.Reichelt triumphed on the Streif course despite a herniated disk, which became so acute during the race that he needed surgery two days later and ended up missing the Sochi Olympics.Having recovered from his back problems, Reichelt won the downhill in Wengen last Sunday.He can now become the first skier since Switzerlands Didier Defago in 2009 to win both classic races within a week, and the first Austrian since Peter Wirnsberger in 1986 to win Kitzbuehel twice in a row.Over 40,000 fans are expected for Saturdays race, which is the pinnacle of the season for ski-mad Austria.In July people were still congratulating me on the win from January. That doesnt happen with any other victory, the 34-year-old Reichelt said Wednesday, adding hes aware of the expectations from his home crowd.I feel no pressure anymore that I must win Kitzbuehel. I am now in the position that I want to win it, he said. Winning in Wengen has made me a bit more relaxed. I am full of confidence and that makes racing a little easier.Twelve months ago, nothing was easy.Reichelt had been skiing all season with an aching back, and his condition worsened few weeks before the Olympics in February.The pain was almost unbearable on the morning of the downhill in Kitzbuehel, and Reichelt considered pulling out of the race shortly before the start.But only briefly.You dont leave the start gate of the Streif backward, he said. Somehow, I managed to get it out of my mind.Reichelt sped down the demanding 3.3-kilometre course and finished ahead of pre-race favourites Aksel Lund Svindal and Bode Miller to become the first Austrian win on the Streif since Michael Walchhofers triumph in 2006.In the finish area, however, Reichelt could barely stand straight up.I dont want to talk too much about my back problems, he told reporters. If you win a race, it cant be too bad.However, it was far worse than he thought.Reichelt even competed in a super-G the following day — and placed 68th — but he couldnt neglect the pain any longer.He underwent surgery the day after and had to end his season prematurely.Only months later, doctors told him how dangerous skiing on with his injury really had been.I have been very, very lucky nothing happened, Reichelt said. Due to the herniated disk, I could have easily lost control of my right leg while racing at 130 kph.Reichelt has returned without any pain in his back, and apart from specific mobility exercises and additional physiotherapy, his training schedule is back to normal.I am totally free of pain now, thats nice, he said.A former giant slalom and super-G specialist, Reichelt developed into a top downhill racer in the same year Walchhofer retired — 2011.Reichelt started the race in Kitzbuehel that year with bib 44 but ended the race in 19th.That was the first step to becoming a real downhill racer, he said.Having competed in the discipline since 2005, Reichelt got his first downhill podium at Lake Louise, Alberta in November 2011, and his first win — shared with Dominik Paris — in Bormio, Italy, 13 months later.Since the 2011-12 season, Reichelt has been on the podium 12 times in 30 downhills, including three wins.And hes eager for more, not just in Kitzbuehel but also at next months world championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado.I am not yet thinking about the worlds, Reichelt said. But there is still room in my trophy cabinet and I am hungry for more. Nike Roshe Run Flyknit . Instead, Nonis and Kessel were sorting through the fallout of a wild melee with the Buffalo Sabres, one that saw Kessel suspended for the duration of the pre-season. Nike Roshe Run Pas Cher . PAUL, Minn. http://www.nikeroshetwopascher.fr/nike-roshe-flyknit-pas-cher/nike-roshe-two-flyknit.html.2 million deal for the upcoming season with right-hander Garrett Richards.The person spoke on condition of anonymity Saturday because the announcement hadnt been made. Nike Roshe Two . -- Canadian Erik Bedard pitched into the fifth inning in his bid to win a spot in Tampa Bays rotation, helping the Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-3 on Saturday. Nike Roshe Two Pas Cher . Roy says he will know more about Duchenes potential playing status Sunday. Duchene has been out since damaging the MCL in his left knee when he ran into a teammate against San Jose on March 29. Hes been skating on his own all week, before joining the team Saturday hours before a pivotal game in a series tied at 2.TORONTO – The Maple Leafs intend to fill what remaining holes they have on their roster through internal competition. That was the pledge, at least, of team president Brendan Shanahan from the clubs annual prospect camp. “We want our young players to have job opportunities,” Shanahan said. “We want to have competition. We want to create that internal pressure, that there are jobs to be had here.” Unraveling toward another playoff miss last year, Toronto did some roster restructuring this offseason through trade and a prudent first week of free agency. And although much of the lineup can be jotted down in pen for returning head coach Randy Carlyle, there are gaps that will be left in pencil, to be decided in competition at training camp. “Youve got to have a few holes with the big club so that not only these guys,” said Shanahan, referring to the 29 prospects on hand for the week-long camp, “but our Marlie guys who are in the gym in the mornings know that theres a reason to be working out this summer, that theres an opportunity and a job to be won possibly.” A glut of departing free agents left most of the openings at forward. At centre, the third and fourth-line positions are there to be had for a combination of Mike Santorelli, Petri Kontiola, Peter Holland and perhaps even Sam Carrick and Greg McKegg. Further jostling on the wing will come down to who shows best amongst a group that includes Matt Frattin, Carter Ashton, Josh Leivo, Troy Bodie and William Nylander, the eighth overall pick in the draft this past June. At least one spot – and maybe two, depending on Cody Fransons futuree – will be up for grabs on defence, there for Petter Granberg, Stuart Percy, Korbinian Holzer or Andrew MacWilliam to snatch.dddddddddddd Carlyle, who received a two-year extension in early May after a trio of his assistant coaches were fired, had been reluctant to lean in that younger direction in the past, preferring the veterans at his disposal. But at the urging of management it appears hell no longer have much of a choice. The club had no talks, for instance, with Jay McClement, the coachs most trusted crutch, opting to let him walk via free agency this summer. Tragically collapsing for the second time in three seasons, Toronto did however, look to inject some leadership and veteran know-how in their roster remake this summer; Roman Polak, a feisty sort long of St. Louis, was added in a trade for Carl Gunnarsson; 37-year-old Stephane Robidas and returning Leaf Leo Komarov were signed to multiyear deals on July 1st. Upside bids like Santorelli and Kontiola were added from the free agent market in the days that followed. “These were not plan Bs,” Shanahan said. “These were guys that we had targeted. “With all due respect to the players that were signed for big dollars and big term, we looked at July 1st this year and decided that we didnt want to be too involved with some of those big signings … Its a bad habit to try and build your team on July 1st year after year after year.” Instead, it appears the Leafs will start the prudent trend of building internally, improved draft and development key in the still-to-be-sorted Shanahan platform. 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