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Bandits Top Knighthawks on John Tavares Night

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After coming away with two huge Western Division victories over the Saskatchewan Rush and Vancouver Stealth in recent weeks, the Buffalo Bandits were faced with the difficult challenge of making it three wins in a row when they faced off against their Thruway rivals the Rochester Knighthawks at the First

Dickson Explodes in Roughnecks Win at Toronto

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“We kept throwing gas on the fire.” – John Lovell The Toronto Rock probably spent awhile cursing the name Curtis Dickson on Friday night. The Rock fell to 2-7 and remain in last place in the East after a 15-10 loss to Dickson’s Calgary Roughnecks at the Air Canada Centre, their first

NLL Power Rankings: Week Ten

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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

Week 6 NLL Three Stars: Greer Shoots the Lights Out

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Third Star- Curtis Dickson- Calgary Roughnecks Curtis Dickson had a huge weekend for the Roughnecks, netting eight goals and five assists in two games. Dickson is continuing to prove he is one of the most dangerous and dynamic scorer in the game, netting electrifying goals week in and week out. The

Toronto Rock Searching for Answers After Bye Week

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It’s a cliche, but the dominoes have begun to fall for the Toronto Rock. The 0-5 Rock were on a bye week with no game, but everyone on the team has been working hard this week. Players have been busy practicing and management has been making hard personnel decisions. General Manager Jamie Dawick

Stealth Stop Rush in Saskatchewan Opener

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There was plenty of pre-game hype surrounding the Saskatchewan Rush and their home opener tonight, but the Rush failed to live up to their expectations. Right from the opening faceoff the Rush played an uncharacteristic style of play that showed some first-time jitters that you would expect from a team

Rock Rookies “Finding Their Way”

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At least Dan Lintner has a good story to tell about his first NLL game. Lintner’s non-goal at 18:10 of the fourth quarter could have started a comeback for the Rock had it counted, but a review showed his foot in the crease. The goal and assists were even announced at

Stealth Look to Bounce Back, Rush Host First Home Game

After a listless second-half performance last weekend at home against the New England Black Wolves, the Vancouver Stealth look to bounce back against the defending Champions Cup Saskatchewan Rush in their first game in their new home. The Rush started their season successfully, triumphing over the Calgary Roughnecks in Week One,