Preview: Stealth hunting Black Wolves on the road

December 29, 2017

Vancouver, BC (Thursday, December 28, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-2) visit the New England Black Wolves (1-1) for the only time in the 2017-18 NLL regular season this Friday. The Stealth are coming off a bye-week and are in search of their first win of the young season. In Week 1, they dropped their home opener to Colorado and then came up short a week later in Calgary. Week…

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NLL: Roughnecks bomb Stealth 15-12

December 17, 2017

Calgary nets six in first and third quarters, chase Belanger early. Friday night the Calgary roughnecks (1-1) bounced back from a week one loss and defeated the Vancouver Stealth (0-2) 15-12 in front of 9,708 fans at the Scotiabank Saddledome. The Roughnecks scored six goals in the first and third quarters to control the game. Curtis Dickson, who was held scoreless in the season opener last week, erupted for six…

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Stealth looking for game two success

December 15, 2017

Vancouver, BC (Thursday, December 14, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-1) are set to take on the Calgary Roughnecks (0-1) in their first road game of the 2017-18 NLL season.  The Stealth are coming off a home opener loss to Colorado, a game in which the Mammoth were able to do something that no other team has done before in NLL history – leave both Corey Small and Rhys Duch…

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Press Release: Stealth ready for home opener

December 7, 2017

  Vancouver, BC –  The Vancouver Stealth look to open NLL Faceoff Weekend with a win over an old foe. On Friday, December 8, the Stealth begin their 2017/18 regular season against the Colorado Mammoth, the same team that ousted their Champion’s Cup aspirations in the spring. During the 2017 regular season, the Stealth held a 3-1 series record against Colorado, outscoring their opponent 47-32. “The 2017/18 season is here…

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Press Release: Stealth to broadcast all games on TSN 1040

December 6, 2017

Vancouver, BC – The Vancouver Stealth announced on Tuesday that their partnership with TSN Radio Vancouver has been extended for the 2017/18 National Lacrosse League season. As part of the deal, all 18 home and road games will be on TSN 1410 online and 14 of their games will be broadcast live on TSN 1410. “TSN Radio Vancouver has helped grow the game since the minute the Stealth arrived in…

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Mammoth defeat Stealth 13-12; advance to western finals

May 8, 2017

Mammoth advance to western finals for first time since winning the championship in 2006. Saturday night the Colorado Mammoth defeated the Vancouver Stealth 13-12 in front of 4,011 fans at the Langley Events Centre. With the win Colorado will now face the Saskatchewan Rush. This will mark the first time the Mammoth have advanced to the west division finals since winning the Champions Cup back in 2006. Since winning the cup the…

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Two win weekend for Toronto Rock

March 26, 2017

  It’ll be hard for the Toronto Rock to top this weekend. Right off the heels of a dramatic 12-11 OT win over the Georgia Swarm Friday night, the Rock returned home to the Air Canada Centre and picked up their second win of the weekend 13-7 over the Vancouver Stealth. The wins put the Rock just half a game back of the Swarm for first place in the east…

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Stealth snap Rush’s six game streak

March 6, 2017

Complete Team Effort, Belanger Collects Three Assists as the West Gets Tighter The Vancouver Stealth (4-6) did something at home that they have only been able to do on the road: WIN. They defeated the Saskatchewan Rush (6-3) 13-9 at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday evening. This was Vancouver’s first home win of the season, and it couldn’t have come at a more crucial time. After starting 2-0, the…

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From Georgia to Vancouver: NLL week 7

February 13, 2017

Georgia 17 vs. New England 15 Shawn Evans’ 12-point night wasn’t enough on Saturday as the league leading Georgia Swarm defeated the New England Black Wolves 17-15. Evans had four goals and eight assists as his Wolves looked to be in control in the final quarter, scoring five straight to give them a 15-13 lead. They didn’t count on Jordan Hall, however, who had a natural hat-trick in a two…

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