UFA, RUSSIA – Seth Jones isnt content with how hes played through two games of the world junior hockey championship. "I have another gear to go to," the American defenceman said on Saturday. "I havent played to my full potential, but for the most part Ive been pretty solid defensively and created a little offensively as well." Whats holding Jones back? The travel and time change perhaps? "Its a good question," he acknowledged. "Not as much the travel and stuff, I dont know, Ive just been making some plays out there where I havent been myself really. I just got to be better a little bit." Jones, who has a goal and an assist and is plus-four in games against Germany and Russia, will likely need to be at his best on Sunday when the Americans take on Canada. Jones will be called upon to help shut down Canadas top line of Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (two goals, five assists in two games), Jonathan Huberdeau (one goal, three assists) and Mark Scheifele (three goals, one assist). "That line is tremendous," said Jones, who is a contender to go first overall at the next NHL draft. "They have a lot of speed and a lot of skill so you got to try and take away their time and space as much as possible down low and really push them to make plays." Jones seems to thrive off the Canada-USA rivalry and captained the American squad past its border rivals during Aprils under-18 championship. "We respect them to the full," said Jones. "Theyre a great club and Ive been a part of this rivalry for a couple of years now with the under-17 Challenge and two years at the under-18s. Lucky that I was able to come out on top a couple of times, but this is a little bit of a bigger stage and well see what happens." One of the players Jones faced in the under-17 event was Nate MacKinnon, who has skated on Canadas fourth line so far at the tournament. "I dont like to talk about it too much," MacKinnon joked after Saturdays practice before lavishing praise on Jones. "Hes very fluid skater, great shot as well, he has no flaw in his game," said MacKinnon, who is competing with Jones for that prestigious No. 1 pick honour at the next draft. The mutual respect between Jones and MacKinnon was not shaken by the Americans pre-tournament pronouncement that he felt his team <a href="http://www.tsn.ca/chl/story/?id=412005" target="_blank">was the "best" heading in</a>. "Obviously, I disagree with what he said," said MacKinnon, who has worked out with Jones the last two summers. "Hes a confident guy, hes not cocky at all, I dont know if anyone took that as cocky, hes a very humble guy." Louis Vuitton Outlet . Prior to the start of the season Therrien spoke about wanting to see Eller elevate his game to a new level. The head coach was not happy with the lack of intensity the Danish centerman showed on Saturday night against Toronto. cheap louis vuitton sale . Adams finalized a $12 million, two-year contract with Philadelphia on Thursday, giving the Phillies a premier eighth-inning reliever. The 34-year-old right-hander was 5-3 with a 3. http://www.cheaplouisvuittonoutletbiz.com/ . "Our defence was embarrassing, pretty much from start to finish," Skiles said after Monta Ellis scored six of his 22 points in the final 2 minutes to help the Bucks hold off the New Orleans Hornets 117-113 on Saturday night for their third straight victory. Louis Vuitton Outlet Sale . -- Jim Harbaugh might have learned more about his San Francisco 49ers during 20 minutes of sleepwalking than at any other time in his two years as their coach. Cheap Louis Vuitton Outlet . The first Canadian man to win one of cyclings three Grand Tours put his Stage 7 autographed jersey up for auction.EDINBURGH -- South Africa outmuscled Scotland to win their autumn rugby test inside the first hour at Murrayfield on Saturday and kept enough of a vice grip to prevail 21-10 by fulltime. The Springboks overcame Ireland the week before with a second-half comeback, but did all the necessary work within the first 50 minutes on Saturday, mincing Scotland to lead 21-3 after 47 minutes. Hooker Adriaan Strrauss scored both of the Springboks tries and Pat Lambie kicked over 11 points.dddddddddddd Their domination of proceedings ended with the result certain and the arrival of replacement scrumhalf Henry Pyrgos, who inspired Scotland with the try that helped them to restore a little pride. Scotland had expected a physical battering but by the time they could match it the game was gone. ' ' '