1—(1) Colorado Mammoth (8-2) In a battle of the division leaders. After scoring six goals in the fourth quarter one week, Adam Jones was on fire scoring seven goals to push Colorado to a 14-13 win over New England. Callum Crawford (2G/8A) helped lead the high powered Mammoth offense. Next Game: @ Calgary March 19 9pm.
2—(4) Buffalo Bandits (6-4) Another big win for Buffalo as they travel west and defeat Vancouver 13-8. Another step was taken for Dhane Smith (5G/3A) for league MVP. Anthony Cosmo picked up the win stopping 42-50 shots faced. Next Game: vs Rochester Friday 7:30 p.m.
3—(2) New England BlackWolves (5-3) In a classic matchup, New England fell just short 14-13 to Colorado. Kevin Buchanan and Jordan Hall each had three goals while Shawn Evans had (2G/4A). Kevin Crowley was held with no goals but did have six helpers. Blackwolves look for a big win this weekend to hold onto first place. Next Game: @ Rochester Saturday 7:30pm.
4—(3) Saskatchewan Rush (5-3) Rush are in back in action this weekend after having a bye last week. Next Game: vs Georgia Saturday 9:30 p.m.
5—(6) Rochester Knighthawks (4-4) A huge overtime win for the Knighthawks 9-8 over Calgary. Cody Jamieson led the way (4G/3A), But it was the Dangerous one Dan Dawson (2G/4A) with the game winner. Matt Vinc was strong in goal stopping 46-54 shots. HUGE weekend as the Knighthawks play two and could gain first place. Friday night @ Buffalo 7:30pm, return home Saturday and host the Blackwolves7:30pm
6—(5) Georgia Swarm (4-5) Will look to get back on track after the bye wee, as they face last seasons champions.. Next Game: @ Saskatchewan Saturday 9:30 p.m.
7—(7) Vancouver Stealth (3-6) Dropped another game 13-8 to Buffalo. Fell behind early 6-1 after first and 10-4 at the half and could never catch up. Billings and Duch combined for 1 goal. Next Game: @Toronto Sunday 3pm.
8—(8) Calgary Roughnecks (3-7) Seems like the same thing every week…another OT loss. This time they fall to Rochester 9-8. That’s three straight losses in OT. Curtis Dickson led the offense with four goals. Calgary looks to regroup as they come east to face a Rock team that is starting to get on a roll. Next Game: @ Toronto Friday 8pm.
9—(9) Toronto Rock (2-6) Coming off a bye week and carrying a two game winning streak, the Rock can put themselves back in playoff contention by sweeping this weekends match-ups with some home cooking. Next Game(s): Friday vs Calgary 8pm., Sunday vs Vancouver 3pm.
(Source: Rocco Granato – http://inlacrossewetrust.com/nll-power-rankings-week-10-mammoth-remain-top-dog/)