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Forwards (7): Rhys Duch, Tony Malcom, Joel McCready, Evan Messenger, James Rahe, Logan Schuss and Corey Small.

Defense/Transition (11): Matt Beers, Brandon Clelland, Travis Cornwall, Ryan Fournier, Brandon Goodwin, Ian Hawksbee, Pete McFetridge, Chris O’Dougherty, Justin Salt, Cliff Smith and Andrew Suitor.

Goalies (2): Tye Belanger and Brodie MacDonald

Practice Roster (4): Patrick O’Meara, Eric Penney, Tyson Roe and Cody Teichroeb.

Injured Reserve (3): Jon Harnett, Thomas Hoggarth and Casey Jackson

17-18 Rock Roster

Posted: November 22, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Forwards: Rob Hellyer, Brett Hickey, Adam Jones, Stephan Leblanc, Dan Lintner, Kieran McArdle, Reid Reinholdt, Tom Schreiber.

Defence: Drew Belgrave, Phil Caputo, Sandy Chapman, Damon Edwards, Latrell Harris, Bill Hostrawser, Brad Kri, Jordan Magnuson, Brodie Merrill, Brock Sorensen.

Goaltenders: Brandon Miller, Nick Rose

 

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The Rochester Knighthawks announced that they have released nine players from their training camp roster. The team’s roster trim included the releasing of Andrew Suitor, Jordan Dance, Wayne Van Every, Craig Wende, Brock Farmer, Cody Ward, Chad Levick, Logan Holmes and Trevor Stacey.

Rush Roster Moves

Posted: November 22, 2017 in saskatchewan rush, Uncategorized
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Suitor signs with the Stealth

Posted: November 22, 2017 in NLL, Vancover Stealth
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Well that was quick press release here

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Got to wonder what condition Suitor’s knees are in…..

 

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Stealth lose Tyler Garrison

Posted: November 21, 2017 in Vancover Stealth
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Tyler Garrison’s Vancouver Stealth comeback is on hiatus.

The Stealth had hoped that the speedy Garrison would add to their transition game this National Lacrosse League season after missing all of last year with a neck injury, but he pulled out of training camp last week to focus on school after being accepted into a master of business administration program at UBC.

Vancouver is hopeful that Garrison, 25, will be able to play at some point this season. They’ve put the Coquitlam Jr. Adanac product on their holdout list.