Carlton must choke supply to Adelaides potent forward line or risk getting torched by the AFLs top-scoring attack, Blues coach Brendon Bolton has warned.The high-flying Crows will be aiming for their seventh win in a row at the MCG on Sunday, while Carlton are hoping to arrest a three-game losing slide.I think its not just about match-ups down back - its about collective team defence, Bolton said.If they get enough supply thats unpressured theyll hurt any team.We do know, particularly in the last six weeks when theyve won all games, that theyre averaging in excess of 30 shots on goal so we need a really good team defensive effort this week.The Blues misfiring attack has produced an average of just 63 points over the past three games, while Don Pykes men have averaged 113 points a game this season on their way to fifth spot with a 10-4 win-loss record.We want to score heavily every week ... weve got some areas that we need to improve in there in terms of some decisions and some execution, Bolton said.Weve trained that this week so hopefully theres some growth, but weve been a bit up and down in that area all year.Carlton welcome back Dennis Armfield from a ruptured testicle for the clash, while Adelaide defender Ricky Henderson replaces Luke Brown, who has a groin injury. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Keyshawn-Johnson-Jersey/ . Giroud, who wasnt in the starting lineup for two matches after allegations about his private life and a decline in form, scored twice in the first half. Tomas Rosickys chip made it 3-0 before half time at Emirates Stadium, while defender Laurent Koscielny scored an unmarked header in the second half. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Hoodie/ . Wall made the comment in a speech to a Regina business crowd that included Lesnar. The U.S. wrestler and retired mixed martial artist says he was visiting his brothers farm in Saskatchewan and decided he wanted to hear what the premier had to say. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Steve-Mclendon-Jersey/ . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. He has 19 goals and 24 assists for 43 points in 45 games with the Colts this season. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Austin-Seferian-Jenkins-Jersey/ .Y. -- Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo had little trouble picking up his first shutout of the season against a Buffalo Sabres team thats having trouble scoring goals. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Wesley-Johnson-Jersey/ . -- Linebacker Myles Jack ran for four touchdowns, defensive end Cassius Marsh caught a scoring pass, and No. VANCOUVER -- Three long years of hard work finally paid off for Russell Teibert on Saturday. Teiberts first two MLS career goals lifted the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday. The goals came after he subbed on for injured midfielder Daigo Kobayashi early in the first half. Teibert, a 20-year-old from Niagara Falls, Ont., is in his third season with the Whitecaps, but he had not managed to score while playing sparingly most of the time. "It feels great," said Teibert. "I was overwhelmed to score the first goal and then the second one came, and the feeling was extraordinary." The Whitecaps (3-4-3) ended a seven-game winless streak and beat the Galaxy for the first time. "Beating L.A. is something we wanted to do for our fans and for this club," said Teibert. "We have a big week coming up, and this could be a turning point for our season." The Galaxy (4-3-2) were unbeaten in five previous regular-season meetings and also eliminated the Whitecaps in the opening round of the playoffs en route to a second consecutive MLS championship in 2012. Caps coach Martin Rennie said his crew achieved an important goal by beating L.A. "A win like today gives an extra belief and a spring to everybodys step," said Rennie. "We think it was a real significant win for us." The Whitecaps also remained unbeaten at home in five games (3-0-2) this season. Darren Mattocks also scored for the Whitecaps, while Gyasi Zardes replied for L.A. Teibert, who has come up through Vancouvers youth program, started the Whitecaps first-ever MLS game, but has played in only 20 MLS games. Saturday marked his fifth league game this season, surpassing the four in which he saw action in 2012. He made personal history with his parents looking on from the stands. "Its huge," he said of playing in front of his mom and dad. "They supported my dream to become a professional athlete, a professional soccer player, so it was a little gift for him." His performance was also a treat for his teammates. He helped the Whitecaps rally from an embarrassing 2-0 road loss to Real Salt Lake a week earlier. After the setback, Rennie blasted the team in a rare outburst, and midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, who has been serving as the teams interim captain in recent weeks, called the club "soft." "Im very happy for him," said Reo-Coker, who assisted on Teiberts first goal. "Im very happy that he finally (scored.) I see how hard he works. Ive seen how hard hes worked since Ive been here. ... Its a big achievement. He didnt start today." All of the scoring came in the second half after scoring chances were few and far between in the first half. Teiberts second goal on 76 minutes proved to be the winner as it gave Vancouver a 2-0 lead. He sent a through ball to the corner of the L.A. box where Gershon Koffie promptly passed it back to him for a left-footed strike. After Teibert scored, teammate Jun Marques Davidson jokingly neatened the Canadians Mohawk to make sure all hairs were pointing upward. Teibert opened the scoring for the Whitecaps in the 63rd minute as he took a pass from Reo-Coker near the right corner of the L.ddddddddddddA. box, cut back towards the middle and fired in a left-footed shot. "I was always looking to shoot there," said Teibert. "I was coming in on my left foot and I have confidence in my left foot. So whenever I get that chance, I want to shoot it." After netting his first MLS goal, Teibert pumped his fist in the air and ran to the Whitecaps bench and hugged teammates. After Teiberts second goal increased Vancouvers lead, Zardes cut the Galaxys deficit in half in the 86th minute as he headed in a Villarreal cross from the right flank. But Mattocks secured the win in stoppage time as second-half substitute Jordan Harvey chested the ball to him near the goal-line and he jammed it past L.A. goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini, who had a strong game while making six saves. Mattocks, who led the team in scoring last season and had several near-misses lately including one in the first half when Cudincini stopped his header, ended a six-game goal drought. "Obviously, its the first one in a while ... so thats a big relief," said Mattocks. Galaxy coach Bruce Arena chastised his players for losing concentration on the Jamaicans goal. "Thats ridiculous. We should not give up a goal there," said Arena. "Thats poor play by a bunch of our players." Teibert entered the game after Kobayashi left in the 14th minute with an ankle injury suffered about three minutes earlier. L.A. midfielder Mike Magee said Teiberts insertion changed the course of the game, and the star-studded Galaxy could not counter with a similar effort from one of its players. "There were a couple other plays he was pretty dangerous on as well," said Magee. "So, thats the perfect example of what we didnt have. Im not saying a sub coming on, but just a guy who can just kind of take the game. (He) went at players and made dangerous plays happen. Myself and the rest of us didnt do that." The Whitecaps hope the victory will help them raise their level of play as they head east for the first leg of the Amway Canadian Champions final against the Montreal Impact on Wednesday and then return home for a league game against the Portland Timbers next weekend. "Now, we have to use (the win over L.A.) as momentum to be a season-changer for us and try to grow as a team -- and try and achieve what we want to achieve this year," said Reo-Coker. Notes: Rennie said Kobayashi "went over on his ankle," but the injury doesnt seem very serious. ... Vancouver lost Camilo late in the second half to a thigh injury. A team spokesman said a muscle seized up, but Camilo was fine. Camilos departure resulted in Harvey subbing on to set up the insurance goal. ... Honduran international central defender Johnny Leveron started his first home game for the Whitecaps. He received a yellow card for a tackle on which he twisted Jose Villarreals legs in the third minute. ... Contrary to expectations, L.A. striker Robbie Keane and Todd Dunivant, who are recuperating from injuries, did not dress. 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