• NLL: Seals show off against Roughnecks
  • NLL: Toronto Rock rolling into Philly this weekend
  • NLL: Mammoth win first of the season
  • NLL: Third quarter surge gives Rush 12-7 win over Knighthawks
  • ALL: Two undefeated teams remain heading into week four

Press Release: Long Island NLL team names Regy Thorpe head coach and general manager

NEW YORK, January 14, 2019 – The New York National Lacrosse League (NLL) team announced today that Regy Thorpe has been named Head Coach and General Manager for the franchise. A decorated former professional lacrosse player, Thorpe brings more than 20 years experience as a coach and general manager at nearly every level of men’s and women’s field and box lacrosse to his new position. The New York NLL team…

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NLL: Underdog Black Wolves take bite out of Roughnecks

It was understandable that the visiting New England Black Wolves arrived at Scotiabank Saddledome on Saturday labeled as underdogs. After all, they were on the road and had just traded away their leading scorer of a year ago in Kevin Crowley. Calgary, on the other hand, was playing at home, winners of their last three and just received a huge boost to their line-up with the return of their leading…

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NLL: Rock get rare win in Colorado

The Toronto Rock picked up a much-needed win Saturday night in Colorado that keeps them on pace with the NLL’s top Eastern Division teams. The Rock defeated the Mammoth 11-10 to remain just one game behind the Georgia Swarm for first place. It was the Rock’s third consecutive down-to-the-wire game after a one-goal loss to Georgia and an OT win over Philadelphia. “This is a big win for us,” Rock…

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NLL: Another close loss for the Wings

The Georgia Swarm defeated the Philadelphia Wings 13-11 in a closely contested game on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Center. The Wings flew out to a 2-0 lead with Josh Currier and Blaze Riorden putting two in the back of the net in a little over two minutes into the game. Georgia then came to life scoring five unanswered goals to end the quarter 5-2. “We gave them too much…

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Rush Take 14-10 Victory Over Warriors

The Saskatchewan Rush continued their winning ways Saturday night with a 14-10 win over the Vancouver Warriors. With the win, the Rush (2-1) maintain their hold on first place in the NLL West Division, while the Warriors (1-4) remain in fourth place in the division. Saskatchewan got off to a quick start, scoring twice in the first minute of the game and adding two more over the first five minutes….

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NLL: Big night for Vinc against Knighthawks

The Buffalo Bandits took the lead in the beginning and never looked back for a wire-to-wire 13-4 victory over the Rochester Knighthawks on Saturday at KeyBank Center. The win was Buffalo’s third on the season and second consecutive. Defense was key in the win, allowing the fewest goals in a game in franchise history. It was also a big night for the Bandits’ goaltender and off-season acquisition Matt Vinc. He…

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NLL: Roughnecks keep Mammoth winless

The final game of the NLL’s week four featured a matinee matchup between the Western rivals Calgary Roughnecks and Colorado Mammoth. The Mammoth had something to prove after losing their home opener to the Seals, but it was an offensively depleted Roughnecks’ squad making no excuses that put together a character 11-8 win. Without a host of big offensive names (including Tyler Pace), the Roughnecks started only six forwards for…

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NLL: Swarm fight for win over Warriors

Saturday evening the Georgia Swarm used a fourth quarter comeback to defeat the Vancouver Warriors 10-8 to stay unbeaten with a record of 3-0. Vancouver drops to a record of 1-3. It was a very defensive game from the opening draw until the final whistle as both offenses looked sloppy at times. Mike Poulin’s excellent play between the pipes saved the game for Georgia as he was able to come…

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NLL: Schreiber, Jones shine in Rock win over Wings

Though the Toronto Rock’s schedule is weeks long in length, their matchup with the Philadelphia Wings was one both teams had circled, but one that Toronto came out on top of 11-10 in overtime. Adam Jones scored the game winner four minutes into the extra frame as he worked on his defender, turned and wired his fifth goal of the night into the cage. Tom Schreiber also scored five goals…

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