Stealth Add Kyle Belton, Connecticut Gets Lincoln

September 13, 2014

Vancouver has been one of the more active teams this off season and they continued to work on their roster yesterday when they traded for New England/Connecticut forward Kyle Belton. Belton, who started last season with Toronto, was shipped to the then Philadelphia Wings in the trade that sent goaltender Brandon Miller to the Rock. Belton is the second right handed transition man the Stealth have added this season after…


Roughnecks Sign Stealth Defenseman Jeff Moleski

September 12, 2014

The Calgary Roughnecks announced today that they have signed Free Agent Jeff Moleski to a one year deal. The 32-year-old defender has spent the last four seasons with the Vancouver Stealth (formerly known as the Washington Stealth). Moleski played with the Roughnecks from 2005 until 2010 before being traded to the Stealth for a first round draft pick. “It’s extremely exciting to have Jeff back in the Calgary Roughnecks family,”…


NLL Free Agent Update: Brodie Merrill Trade the Big News

September 1, 2014

A few more free agents were locked down in the past week as NLL teams continue to re-sign their players, but the biggest newsmaker was a trade between the Toronto Rock and the unnamed Connecticut franchise that saw transition Brodie Merrill moved to the Rock for two players and three draft picks. After remaining quiet on the transaction front for almost the entire first month of the free agent period,…


NLL Free Agency Update: Stealth Make Moves

August 24, 2014

After a couple busy weeks of signings in the NLL. this past week was fairly quiet, with only a handful of free agent signings while the Toronto Rock and Minnesota Swarm swapped transition players. The Vancouver Stealth locked down Chris O’Dougherty, Tim Henderson and Brandan Smith, all with one-year contracts. O’Dougherty played in five games last season, picking up five assists and 33 loose balls along the way. Smith has…


Roughnecks Finish Season Strong, Stealth Out With a Whimper

April 27, 2014

The Calgary Roughnecks (12-6) scored early and often to take a 14-8 win over the Vancouver Stealth (4-14) Saturday night at the Langley Events Centre. The Roughnecks finish the season in second place in the West Division while the Stealth wind up in last, tied for the worst record in the NLL with the Minnesota Swarm. The Roughnecks scored the first two goals of the game and never relinquished the…


Roughnecks and Stealth Wrap Up the Season In Vancouver

April 26, 2014

Photo Credit: Calgary Roughnecks The Calgary Roughnecks (11-6) and Vancouver Stealth (4-13) conclude their respective seasons Saturday night in Langley, BC. For the Roughnecks, this will be the final tuneup before the playoffs begin; for the Stealth, it will be the end of a disappointing year. Vancouver lost on Friday night to the Edmonton Rush by a score of 10-5. The Rush outscored the Stealth 6-2 in the second quarter…


Calgary Roughnecks Snap Losing Streak in Vancouver

March 22, 2014

The Calgary Roughnecks broke their two-game losing streak with authority on Friday night, soundly defeating the Vancouver Stealth 13-8. The Roughnecks improve to 7-5 and are solidly in second place in the West Division while the Stealth continue to struggle, dropping to a division-worst 3-9. Calgary reeled off eight unanswered goals to open the game and Vancouver was simply unable to climb back out of that hole. Curtis Dickson contributed…


Stealth and Roughnecks Both Look to Snap Losing Streaks

March 21, 2014

Photo Credit: Dan Brodie The Calgary Roughnecks (6-5) journey to British Columbia to face the Vancouver Stealth (3-8) tonight. Both teams are on two-game losing streaks, so victory is critical to both squads. The Roughnecks were savaged by the Edmonton Rush last weekend, suffering a 15-7 beat down. They’ll be looking to bounce back and solidify their hold on second place in the West Division. The Stealth meanwhile are off…


Crowley’s Call: Vancouver Stealth GM Doug Locker

March 4, 2014

Photo Credit: Dan Brodie There are always critics, but there is no doubt that the Vancouver Stealth has a gem in President/GM Doug Locker. Entering his 11th year with the Stealth Doug also entered his new role as President. This dual role with the Stealth would seem impossible for some, but Locker’s work ethic and expertise in lacrosse management gives him the edge to take on the task. Doug’s knowledge…


Net Impact: Can Stealth and Swarm Get Back Into Playoff Picture?

February 27, 2014

With the NLL season halfway over, the Vancouver Stealth (3-7) and Minnesota Swarm (2-7) are languishing at the bottom of their respective divisions. The Stealth only have eight games remaining; the Swarm have nine. Vancouver is a full game out of a playoff spot in the West Division while Minnesota is 2.5 games out of the East Division playoffs. With the clock ticking on their playoff hopes, can either team…