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Major League Soccer released its full 2015 schedule on Wednesday, two months to the day before Canadas teams will kick off the new season. Here are five things to look for: 1. O Canada Each teams home openers were announced just before Christmas so we already knew that Vancouver Whitecaps would host Toronto FC on the opening day of the season, March 7th at BC Place. There will be four all-Canadian matchups in total in MLS this season. As Canada gets set to welcome the world in June for the FIFA Womens World Cup, there will also be two all-Canadian clashes in MLS that month. The Whitecaps will travel to Montreal on Wednesday, June 3rd to play the Impact at Stade Saputo, and on Wednesday, June 24th Toronto FC will host Montreal at BMO Field in the first of three matches between the 401 rivals. The Reds and Impact will meet again in Toronto on Saturday, August 29th and then they will finish the season playing each other in Montreal on Sunday, October 25th. 2. Seven On The Road With BMO Field undergoing renovations during the early stages of the season, Toronto FCs quest for a first ever playoff berth will get underway with seven matches in a row away from home. Before they host Houston at BMO Field on Sunday May 10th, Toronto will travel to Vancouver, Columbus, Real Salt Lake, Chicago, Dallas, Orlando and Philadelphia. If Greg Vanneys team can at least stay in touch with the playoff pack by the time they return home, they will have a favourable schedule to look forward to. Beginning with their home opener against the Dynamo, they will play six of eight games at home during May and June, and perhaps most importantly 10 of their last 14 matches of the 2015 season will be on home soil with eight of those games against Eastern Conference opposition. 3. Theres No Place Like Home Like Toronto FC, Vancouver Whitecaps will face a time where they cannot use their BC Place stadium during the 2015 season. The Caps will be on the road for five matches during the Womens World Cup at Montreal, LA, New York Red Bulls, New England and Colorado - but that means they can also look to take advantage of a few occasions during the season where their schedule is heavy with home games. The Whitecaps start the season with four out of their first six at home, including three in a row against Portland Timbers, LA Galaxy and Columbus Crew. They will also play six of their last nine matches at home. With the Whitecaps also facing matches in the Amway Canadian Championship and CONCACAF Champions League later in the year, having less MLS travel during the later stages of the season will certainly be a bonus. 4. Kings Of Cascadia Alongside the all-Canadian matches, the first dates circled on the schedules of Whitecaps fans will be the Cascadia Cup matches. Winning the trophy in Seattle last October was one of the highlights of the season, and the Caps will now look to claim the trophy for the third successive year. The Whitecaps defence of the Cascadia Cup starts early in the season, with Portland Timbers visiting BC Place on Saturday, March 28th. The Caps will head to Portland twice during the season on Saturday, May 2nd and Saturday, July 18th. Seattle will travel up the I5 twice, first on May 16th and then again on Saturday September 19th. A week after the visit of Seattle, the Caps will welcome MLS new boys New York City led by Spanish star David Villa. The Whitecaps only trip of the year to Seattle will take place on the August long weekend with the match at CenturyLink Field set for Saturday, August 1st. 5. Expansion Montreals home opener against Orlando City at Olympic Stadium on Saturday, March 28th will be one of six matches the Impact will play against expansion teams in 2015.Orlando and their Brazilian star Kaka will visit Montreal again to play at Stade Saputo on June 20th, and the Impact will travel to Orlando on October 3rd. The Impact will face New York City FC three times during July and August, first at Stade Saputo on July 4th and then making trips to Yankee Stadium on July 13th and August 1st. The MLS on TSN broadcast schedule will be confirmed in the coming days, but once again we will bring you games involving all three Canadian teams, and kicking off the season with Vancouver against Toronto on March 7th. Bring it On! Wholesale Detroit Red Wings Jerseys . This time, it was Eric Chavezs turn. 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"I mean youre uncertain, so you just have to wait and listen to what the doctor says and the guys that ... have dealt with these things before you make any assessment. I mean its tough, but you dont want to jump to any conclusion." As a veteran, Weber has been among those players allowed to play without a visor. He has finished second twice in voting for the Norris Trophy given out to the NHLs best defenceman, and he won a gold medal with Canada in the 2010 Olympics. But he said he spent the first four or five days not allowed to leave the couch to allow his eye time to heal. He was able to see more the next day after the injury with his vision returning gradually. Now Weber is getting used to wearing a visor that he previously had worn only in tournaments like the Olympics. "Well see how it goes," Weber said about the visor. "I mean for right now definitely dont want to take any second chances and dont want to get hit again. So, hopefully I caan just get used to it and its not going to be an issue and I can wear it going forward.dddddddddddd" The Predators made a serious investment in the defenceman they drafted 49th overall in 2003 in July 2012 when they matched a 14-year, $110 million offer sheet by Philadelphia. The 6-foot-4, 234-pound defenceman also is a two-time All Star. Nashville coach Barry Trotz predicted that wearing visors probably will be mandatory in the NHL in a couple years anywhere and pointed out Weber will need it in the 2014 Olympics, too. Trotz said he thinks Weber realizes hes gotten a second chance after an injury that could have been disastrous. "He was able to avoid that, and obviously with that hes taken the right precautions by putting on the shield and having a very productive career and livelihood for a long, long time," Trotz said. "Thats our goal with him and for him, and thats what he wants." Weber accompanied the Predators on their trip, and Trotz said the defenceman may play Saturday night against the Washington Capitals. The Predators certainly need their captain back. Goalie Pekka Rinne has been out since needing arthroscopic surgery Oct. 24 to clean out a bacterial infection in his Oct. 24, and the Predators hope to pick up his activity from his rehab Dec. 20. But no date has been set for his return. Weber defenceman has missed three games and was their leading goal scorer when he was hurt. With seven goals, hes tied with Erik Karlsson of Ottawa, Torey Krug of Boston and Michael Stone of Phoenix for most by defencemen. Nashville has lost three straight without him, and is 7-0 when Weber scores this season. 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