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VANCOUVER - B.C. coach Mike Benevides was not shedding much light on his roster as the Lions prepared for Saturdays game against the Ottawa Redblacks — but one thing was already clear.The injury-riddled Lions must attempt to improve their playoff hopes without some key regulars for the second straight game. B.C., fourth in the West Division, is seeking to end a three-game losing streak, while the Redblacks aim to build momentum after a rare win, over Winnipeg, last weekend.(The injury situation) certainly presents a challenge, just the challenge of: You cant replace experience, Benevides said Friday after his teams walk-through at B.C. Place Stadium. You cant replace a person or a man thats been in that situation before and that knows how to deal with the clutch catch to get in game-winning field position or being in the clutch position when the balls in the air — as a cornerback, as a rookie — to go make that play.But, again, its a challenge. Its one that I relish and, certainly, there are a lot of examples of our young people really being successful. Weve been able to win with those young people.Benevides said he has several game-time decisions to make. The most notable question mark is wide receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux, who appeared in uniform at the walk-through and told reporters he is preparing to play.I have full confidence in the guys that are going to play, regardless of who it is, said Lions quarterback Kevin Glenn. They wouldnt be here if they didnt have the ability. But now its just about going out and making plays as far as the receivers are concerned.The Lions (7-7) will play without key receiver Courtney Taylor and Andrew Harris, who are both out for the season, running back Stefan Logan and receiver Bryan Burnham. Defensively, they will be missing cornerbacks Dante Marsh and Ronnie Yell.This is an opportunity for guys to step up, said receiver Shawn Gore. Its an opportunity for us to change the way things have gone.Unlike in past seasons, the Lions have struggled at home, posting a modest 3-4 record at B.C. Place. The hosts are looking to capitalize on home-field advantage against a Redblacks (2-11) club that has yet to win its first road game.B.C. also wants to improve on their last meeting in Ottawa on Sept. 5. The Lions escaped with a 7-5 victory in the lowest-scoring CFL game in 35 years, which was interrupted by a thunderstorm.Bearing that performance in mind, Gore and fellow receiver Marco Iannuzzi are looking for the Lions to start making some long gains off single plays after struggling to get into the end zone most of the season.Obviously, we dont want to play like we did (against Ottawa) last time, said Iannuzzi. It wasnt an explosive game. We need to come up with big plays.Meanwhile, Redblacks quarterback Henry Burris feels his team is going in the right direction following its 42-20 win over Winnipeg. Ottawa hopes to keep its seemingly remote playoff hopes alive with a strong performance.Burris will complete one milestone as he makes his 200th career CFL start. He is also one touchdown pass away from moving into sole possession of third place all-time among CFL quarterbacks. Currently, Burris is tied with the late Ron Lancaster at 333.Burris welcomes the chance to play the role of spoiler against the Lions.Hey, if we play the spoiler, then so be it, because right now weve had people spoil our party in many different ways, said Burris.Notes: Ottawa defensive lineman Keith Shologan is slated to play in his 100th career game. … The Lions have not allowed touchdowns in two straight games. ... Levasier Tuinei, who signed as a free agent with B.C. in July, is a candidate to replace Arceneaux if he cant play. … The Redblacks have two players named Jonathan Williams, one on defence and one on offence. Williams the defensive lineman wont play because of a leg injury. 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NFL Jerseys Supply . -- Wide receiver Sidney Rice should be fully recovered from a torn knee ligament by the time the Seattle Seahawks start defence of their Super Bowl title, general manager John Schneider said Wednesday.The Edmonton Oilers traded for the rights to a free agent defenceman, and got him signed to a two-year deal, paying a premium for a shorter term contract. Numbers Game looks at the Oilers inking Nikita Nikitin. The Oilers Get: D Nikita Nikitin. Nikitin, 28, played a career-high 66 games last season, an indication that hes still trying to establish his place in the league. A couple of years ago, in 2011-2012, Nikitin contributed a career-best 32 points in 54 games for Columbus (after seven scoreless games with St. Louis to start the year), playing a career-high 23:12 per game for the season putting up strong relative possession numbers while facing high-quality opposition, while frequently paired with veteran Fedor Tyutin. Thats the Nikitin that the Oilers have to hope they are acquiring. In 2012-2013, Nikitins role was decreased somewhat, and while he still logged 21:12 per game, Nikitin was then surpassed on the depth chart last season by rookie Ryan Murray, leaving Nikitin to play 17:07 per game on the third pair. Playing on that third pair didnt bring ideal results, as Nikitin was a little below break-even in possession terms, but if there is reason to hold out hope for Nikitin, it may be that his with-or-without you numbers arent bad over the past three seasons. Among the 16 skaters with whom he played at least 300 5-on-5 minutes over those three seasons, Nikitin had better possession numbers apart than 11 of those skaters, but that relative effectiveness has decreased in the past two seasons, to the point that in 2013-2014, Nikitin had better possession stats apart from just three of the 13 skaters with whom he played more than 150 5-on-5 minutes. What this would seem to indicate is that Nikitin, who has good size, can skate and handle the puck a bit, isnt necessarily one to carry the play. He could be a useful complementary player and presumably Oilers Senior VP of Hockey Operations Scott Howson (who acquired Nikitin as GM in Columbus) is a fan, but there is risk in bringing in a player with falling possession numbers to a team that already ranked 28th in Fenwick Close (unblocked shot attempts during 5-on-5, score within one goal in first two periods and tied in third period). Its not aas though Nikitins play in the past couple seasons indicates that he would improve the results no matter with whom he is partnered and its reasonable to wonder if the Oilers have the right personnel to get positive results with Nikitin on the ice.dddddddddddd. If the Jeff Petry and Martin Marincin pairing goes ahead, then perhaps Nikitin gets a chance alongside Andrew Ference. Maybe that somehow works out and allows the Oilers some time to develop their young defencemen. Its entirely possible that it wont work out, though, and the short-term nature of the contract suggests that both sides recognize that risk. Signed to a two-year, $9-million deal, Nikitin will be well-compensated, particularly if he cant stick in the Oilers top four, but the downside of a two-year deal is limited compared to the longer term that will be available to other free agent defencemen. The Blue Jackets Get: A fifth-round pick. Since the Blue Jackets werent going to bring Nikitin back, getting any asset in return is a plus. The fifth-round pick, 137th overall, belonged to Columbus originally and was traded to Edmonton last season to acquire D Nick Schultz. A fifth-round pick doesnt bring a lot of value, but its something. From 1990 through 2009, just under 15% of the picks between 121 and 150 played at least 100 NHL games, so there is a little better than a one-in-seven chance of netting an NHL player. While its reasonable for the Oilers to have hope Nikitin can perform in a top-four role, it could be telling that the Blue Jackets would let Nikitin depart as a free agent. Mabye they simply didnt want to pay that kind of money to a third pair defenceman, when they have younger, cheaper options (David Savard, Dalton Prout, Tim Erixon) available and thats fair, but current Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen was the Blues Director of Scouting when St. Louis picked Nikitin in the fifth round in 2004. Lots can change over time and the Blue Jackets arent likely to regret letting Nikitin go, even if he works out well for the Oilers. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. 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