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The NLL will conduct the expansion draft on July 16 via conference call. We are sure the teams will be tweeting the results.


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Both team played good defense for 45 minutes. The Knighhawks managed to take a 4-3 lead into the fourth quarter.  The teams traded goals until the Knighthawks went on a three goal run to take a commanding 8-4 lead, only to see the Swarm go on a three goal run of their own to close the gap to 8-7. Austin Shanks extended the Knighthawks lead to 9-7 only for Shayne Jackson to get one back for the Swarm to make it 9-8.  However. the Swarm comeback came up short.  Rochester will play the winner of the West final between Calgary and Saskatchewan.



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Georgia jumped out to a 5-0 lead to open the game and the Black Wolves responded by going a 7-2 run. The game was at 7-7 at halftime.  The Swarm came out after halftime and outscored the Black Wolves 5-1 to take a 12-8 lead into the fourth quarter and ended the Black Wolves hopes of winning the division.

Lyle Thompson led the Swarm with four goals and four assists. Mike Poulin made 41 saves.  Kyle Buchanan led the Black Wolves with four goals and two assists.

With the win the Swarm clinched the East Division title.  New England heads to Rochester to face the Knighthawks on Friday May 4.

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Miles Thompson scored the game winner at 8:23 of the fourth quarter for the Swarm. Mike Poulin made 20 saves.

Hopefully Stealth ownership makes the necessary changes right the ship.

Georgia improves to 10-7 and Vancouver finishes the season at 2-16.


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Jeff Shattler opened the scoring for the Rush. Only to see the Swarm score the next four goals to take the lead. A lead the Swarm would not relinquish. The Rush offense struggled scoring only four goals through three quarters before scoring six goals in the fourth quarter, which was too little too late.

Lyle Thompson led the Swarm with five goals and Mike Poulin made 39 saves.

Georgia improves to 9-7 and Saskatchewan falls to 13-4

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April 28 Vancouver at Georgia 7:05 PM ET

April Calgary at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET

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Trailing 6-3 going into halftime the Rock outscored the Swarm 4-0 in the third quarter to take a 7-6 lead into the fourth quarter. Only to be outscored in the final 15 minutes 5-3 and drop a heart breaking 11-10 decision to the Swarm.  Lyle Thompson led the Swarm with five goals and one assist. Tom Schreiber get well soon the Rock miss you.

Georgia improves to 8-7 and Toronto drops to 7-8.

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NLL switches Twitter game of the Week to Toronto at Georgia 4/8 4:05 PM ET ( Which should see the return of Rock forward Tom Schreiber to the lineup)

Originally twitter was to show Calgary at New England.

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Jordan MacIntosh got the Swarm on board for a 1-0 lead only to Kevin Crowley tie the game at 1-1.  The Swarm responded by scoring the next six goals and led 10-3 at halftime.  Shayne Jackson and Lyle Thompson each had three goals and three assists to lead the Swarm.  Mike Poulin made 31 saves.  Callum Crawford had three goals and three assists for the Black Wolves.

The Black Wolves have now dropped three straight games.

Georgia improves to 7-7 and New England drops to 6-7.

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March 31 New England at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

April 8 Toronto at Georgia 4:05 PM ET

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Lyle Thompson led the Swarm with five goals and one assist. Mike Poulin made 46 saves for the Swarm.  The Bandits lost their  four straight despite three goals and one assist from Shawn Evans.

Georgia improves to 6-7 and Buffalo falls to 6-7.

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March 23 Buffalo at New England 7:30 PM ET

March 24 New England at Georgia 7:05 PM ET

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Trailing 9-6 after three quarters, the Swarm scored four straight goals to take a 10-9 lead. Only to see Eric Fannell score at 9:34 to tie the game at 10-10.  Kyle Jackson scored the game winner for the Knighthawks at 1:30 of overtime.

Rochester improves to 6-6 while Georgia falls to 5-7.

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March 18 Buffalo at Georgia 4:05 PM ET

March 24 Rochester at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET