Archive for the ‘NLL’ Category

Box Score

Rush Recap / Rock Recap

Attendance: 8,624

The Rush were in mid-season form and the rest of the NLL better take notice.

Up Next 

December 23 New England 1-0 at Saskatchewan 1-0 8:30 ET

December 30 Buffalo 0-1 at Toronto 0-2 7:00 PM ET



Box Score

Recap One

Recap Two

Attendance: 9,708

Curtis Dickerson led the Roughnecks with six points on three goals and three assists. The Stealth drop to 0-2 on the season.

Up Next

December 29 Vancouver 0-2 at New England 1-0  7:30 PM EST

December 29 Colorado 1-0 at Calgary 1-1 9:00 PM EST


Press Release

Very smart move by the Black Wolves.

Game Sheet

Rochester Recap

Calgary Recap

Attendance: 4,596

Dan McRae, got the Roughnecks on the board first. The Knighthawks responded with seven under answered goals.  It could be a very long season for the Roughnecks.

Where are the Rochester fans? 4,596 is embarrassing coming from Rochester.


Up Next

December 15 Vancouver 0-1 at Calgary 0-1  9:00 PM EST

December 23 Buffalo 1-0 at Rochester 1-0  7:30 PM EST

Box Score

Stealth Recap

Mammoth Recap

Attendance: 3,201

The Stealth stayed with the Mammoth for the first 15 minutes. However, the Stealth failed to show up for the final 45 minutes.


Up Next

December 15  Vancouver 0-1 at Calgary 9:00 PM EST

December 23  Georgia 0-1 at Colorado 9:00 PM EST

Buffalo 13 Toronto 9

Posted: December 8, 2017 in Buffalo Bandits, NLL, Toronto Rock

Box Score

Bandits Recap

Rock Recap

Attendance – 11,516


Up Next

December 23 Buffalo 1-0 at Rochester 0-0 7:30 PM EST

December 16 Saskatchewan 0-0 at Toronto 0-1 7:00 PM EST

Box Score

Recap NEB

Recap GS


Attendance -5,489

Down 8-5 at halftime. New England uses eight goal second half to win season opener for both teams.

Up Next

December 23  Georgia 0-1 at Colorado 0-0 9:00 PM EST

December 23 New England 1-0 at Saskatchewan 0-0 8:30 PM EST

Still working out the Kinks

Posted: December 8, 2017 in NLL


Problems with NLLTV

Posted: December 8, 2017 in NLL





Press Release

Standard piece from the league office, touting accomplishments heading into the season. However, the league did mention expansion targets.

  • Washington / Baltimore
  • Dallas
  • New York
  • San Fransisco / San Jose

Washington, Baltimore, New York, and San Jose have all failed before in the NLL. Dallas has not been tried yet. Interesting that the press release makes no mention of Canadian markets specifically Halifax and Edmonton.

What the league fails to address in the rush for expansion money, is the lack of talent available. Eleven teams will stretch the talent pool and the American players will suffer growing pains as they adjust to the NLL.

It will be interesting to see how the US developmental team (Philadelphia) fares when the Wings begin play in 2018-2019 season.