|CALGARY -- One Staal brother is a good bet to be on Canadas Olympic mens hockey team next February. Stitched USA Soccer Jerseys . Two others are in the running. Eric, Marc and Jordan Staal from Thunder Bay, Ont., were among the 47 players invited to the Olympic orientation camp in Calgary that concludes Wednesday. "Its pretty surreal that youre looking out with this group of players and two of them are your brothers," Marc observed. The siblings wore the first initial of their first names along with the Staal surname on the back of their camp T-shirts. The prospect of the same on Canadian jerseys at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, is a tantalizing thought for them. "I think it would be pretty special not only for our family, but our hometown of Thunder Bay in general," Eric said. "For all three of us to have the opportunity, its pretty cool and something were all striving to do." Eric won mens hockey gold at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. Barring any setbacks from a knee injury suffered at the world championship in May, that experience should give the 28-year-old Carolina Hurricanes captain leverage to wear the Maple Leaf again. Marc is a 26-year-old New York Rangers defenceman. Jordan, 24, is Erics teammate with the Hurricanes. A fourth Staal brother, Jared, is Hurricanes property and played on a line with Eric and Jordan in a game last season. The 23-year-old forward has yet to become a full-time NHL player. Jordan likes his oldest brothers chances of becoming an Olympian again, but handicapping a Staal trio in Sochi is difficult. "I dont know if Id throw a percentage on there, but I think theres one of us who is looking pretty solid," Jordan observed. "I think the other two are going to have to do some work and just have a great start to the season." The fact the three brothers were invited to orientation camp works in their favour for Olympic inclusion, according to Eric. "Weve obviously had a chance to be here at this camp and see the way were going to play and how the team is expected to perform," he said. "I think a lot has to do with how the next couple of months go and where were at individually here in December. "Each one of us has done a lot in our careers so far to give us a chance to be there and well see what happens." Six-foot-four forwards Eric and Jordan have the skating and puck skills to excel on the big ice. They were Canadian teammates who won gold at the 2007 mens world championships and represented Canada again this year in Stockholm. Jordans penalty-killing prowess and a scoring touch that makes him a short-handed scoring threat should garner consideration for the Olympic squad. Marc, also six foot four, is a shut-down defenceman with a long reach. He won a pair of gold medals at the world junior hockey championships of 2006 and 2007. But of the three brothers, his chances of participating in the Winter Olympics are murkier. He suffered a small tear in his right eye when the puck struck him in the face March 5. Marc missed 27 regular season games and 11 playoff games. The eye wont be 100 per cent, Marc has said, but he doesnt believe it will hinder his return to form. "It was more of just adapting to the depth perception and things like that when I was coming back," Marc explained. "It just wasnt clicking when I was trying to come back in the playoffs there. But with the time off and the training now, everythings back to normal and Im feeling really good. "Limitations? I have no limitations at all. From the time I was cleared to start working out, there wasnt anything I couldnt do as far as physically getting ready." Staal sprained his right medial collateral ligament in a frightening knee-on-knee collision with Sweden defenceman Alex Edler in the quarter-final of this years world championship. "I feel better than I thought I would, to be honest," Eric said. "Now at this point, at the end of August, Ive been skating a few times now and I feel there wont be any issues when training camp starts." Edler was suspended for the remainder of the world championship. The International Ice Hockey Federation meted out an additional two-game suspension that Edler would serve in Sochi if hes named to the Swedish Olympic team. "They gave him a little bit more, which is fine by me," Eric said. USA Soccer Pro Shop .ca MLB Power Rankings, the third consecutive week that the As have held top spot and the third straight week that they have been one ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays. USA Soccer Jerseys 2019 . Week 2s biggest games include Florida facing Miami and Notre Dame travelling to the Big House to conclude their rivalry against Michigan in primetime on TSN2 and TSN 1050. https://www.cheapusasoccer.com/ . According to the Globe and Mail, a decision between the NHL and the Players Association should come within the six months. "I can tell you, (a decision) shouldnt take all that long," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told the Globe and Mail.PHOENIX - Some big hits and a risky move that paid off finally brought an end to the San Francisco Giants losing streak. Tyler Colvin drove in three runs, Hunter Pence hit a towering home run and the Giants snapped their season-high six-game skid with a 6-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night. Pences homer into the eating area of the restaurant in the second deck in left field to help Brandon McCarthy become the seasons first 10-game loser. "That ball was one of the longest home runs Ive seen in a long time," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. Ryan Vogelsong (5-3) gave up four runs in five innings but got his first victory in four starts and only the second for the NL West-leading Giants in 11 games "Theres two ways to get out of this thing," Vogelsong said. "Either come out and swing the bats and score a bunch of runs or throw a bunch of zeroes. We know which one happened." Aaron Hill, a .500 career hitter against Vogelsong, singled, doubled and drove two runs for the Diamondbacks. McCarthy (1-10) allowed five runs and 10 hits in five innings. The 10 hits matched a season high. After blowing his previous two opportunities, Sergio Romo escaped trouble in a scoreless ninth for his 21st save in 25 tries. With runners at second and third, two outs and Paul Goldschmidt coming to bat, Bochy went to the mound to make sure Romo knew what to do. Hill would be the next batter. The choice was to go after Goldschmidt. "Its a tough call," Bochy said. "Youre going against the book a little bit." Romo gave up a one-out, pinch-hit double to Roger Kieschnick, then Didi Gregorius beat out an infield single. The runners moved to second and third when Gerardo Parra grounded out, bringing up Goldschmidt. The Arizona slugger hit it hard to right, where Pence tracked it down. "He (Goldschmidt) is 4 for 0 and Hilly is 0 for 6 (against Romo)," Arizona manager Kirrk Gibson said. Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys. "I am surprised they didnt pitch around him the whole series. ... They got away with it. " Romos pitch was very hittable. "He might have got away with that pitch, but he got him out," Bochy said, "and thats a big out for us to end this losing streak." Pablo Sandoval singled three times with an RBI and scored a run for San Francisco. Colvin singled in two runs in the first and drove in another with a ground out after Brandon Crawford tripled to lead off the fifth. San Francisco first baseman Michael Morse left the game in the bottom of the fifth inning with back tightness after an awkward swing at the plate. Morse said it was nothing serious. Bochy said hed give him Sunday off and see what happens after that. Pence got the Giants started with a one-out single up the middle in the first. Buster Posey followed with a single, then Sandoval singled Pence home, with Posey taking third when left fielder David Peralta booted the ball. Crawford drew a two-out walk to load the bases, then Colvins two-run double made it 3-0. It was 4-0 after Poseys double and Morses RBI single in the second. Arizona got two in the second on doubles by Hill, Miguel Montero and David Peralta. Arizona got two in the fifth to make it a one-run game before Pences homer provided a two-run cushion. NOTES: The Giants called up top 2B prospect Joe Panik from Triple-A Fresno. He made his major league debut as a pinch hitter in the eighth and walked. ... To make room for Panik, San Francisco optioned OF Juan Perez to Fresno. ... In the finale of the series on Sunday, the Giants send Madison Bumgarner (8-4, 2.85 ERA) to the mound against Arizonas Mike Bolsinger (1-2, 5.70). ... McCarthy has more RBIs (3) than wins (1). ... McCarthys lone victory came on May 3 at San Diego. He also gave up 10 hits, but in seven innings, against the Dodgers on April 11. ... The Giants stranded 10 runners, Arizona eight. ' ' '