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
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
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
With the Bandits (3-2) looking to even up their season series against the Black Wolves (3-2) and try to take back the lead in the Eastern Division, no better time to take advantage of that home momentum was Saturday night at the First Niagara Center as the franchise celebrated Champions
Pat Saunders: A+
When Saunders got his three year deal to stay in New England, it was questioned if he could repeat his breakout 2015. When the Wolves’ reacquired Kevin Crowley and added Shawn Evans, it was questioned how often Saunders would get chances to score. Evidently, he could have an
A new year, a new commissioner, and two team in different locations. Year 30 of the NLL started last weekend with two exciting games. Week two looks to be an exciting week.
Saskatchewan Rush (1-0): After winning the Champion’s Cup the Rush moved to Saskatchewan from Edmonton. New City, same team. After starting