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Dane Dobbie opened the scoring for Roughnecks and Mammoth responded with a six goal run. The Mammoth took a 7-3 into halftime. Whatever, coach Malwasky said at halftime it lit a fire under the Roughnecks who came out and scored four under answered goals to tie the game at 7-7.  The teams entered the fourth quarter tied at 9-9. Trailing 12-11 the Roughecks went on a three goal run to secure the win and face the Saskatchewan Rush in the West Division Finals.

 

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Jeremy Noble led the Mammoth with three goals and three assists.  Dan Linter led the Rock with four goals and one assist. With the loss Toronto is eliminated from playoff contention.

Colorado improves to 11-7 and Toronto falls to 8-10

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Led by Kevin Crowley who managed five goals and one assist. The Black Wolves have won back to back games and keep their playoff hopes alive.  Aaron Bold made 36 saves.

New England improves to 8-8 and Colorado falls to 10-7.

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April 21 New England at Rochester 7:30 PM ET

April 28 Toronto at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

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Ryan Benesch gave the Mammoth a 1-0 lead only to see the Rush score three straight goals and take command of the game.  Robert Church and Mark Matthews each had seven points to lead the Rush. Evan Kirk made 34 saves.  Ryan Benesch had three goals and one assist to lead the Mammoth.

Saskatchewan improves to 12-3 and Colorado falls to 10-5.

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April 14 New England at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

April 13 Saskatchewan at Vancouver 10:30 PM ET

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Colorado jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first quarter while holding the Rock scoreless. Latrell Harris got the Rock on the board at 2:42 of the second quarter which started a three goal run for the Rock. Colorado led 5-3 at halftime.  Rock came out and outscored the Mammoth 3-1 in the third quarter to tie the game up at 6-6. Only to get outscored 5-1 in the fourth quarter.

Jacob Ruest led the Mammoth with two goals and four assists. Dillon Ward made 35 saves. Latrell Harris and Challen Rogers led the Rock with two goals each.

Colorado improves to 10-4 and Toronto drops to 7-7.

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March 31 Colorado at Rochester 7:30 PM ET

April 8 Toronto at Georgia 4:05 PM ET

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The win snapped an eight game losing streak for the Stealth.  The Mammoth blew a 12-10 fourth quarter lead. Tony Malcom led the Stealth with two goals and three assists. Eric Penny made 44 saves.  Jacob Ruest led the Mammoth with three goals and two assists.

Vancouver improves to 2-12 and Colorado falls to 9-4.

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March 31 Calgary at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

March 30 Colorado at Toronto  7:30 PM ET

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Vancouver tied the game at 8-8 1:19 into the fourth quarter on a goal by Joel McCready. Colorado got back to back goals from Robert Hope and Stephen Keogh to put the Mammoth in the driver seat. Nine different players scored at least one goal to pace the Mammoth. Dillon Ward made 39 saves.

The Stealth drew a season low crowd of 3,013

Colorado improves to 9-3 and Vancouver falls to 1-12.

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March 24 Vancouver at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

 

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Teams combined for eight goals in the first quarter and combined for seven goals over the next three quarters.  Joey Cupido scored the game winner for the Mammoth at 5:30 of the fourth quarter. Ryan Benesch led the Mammoth with one goal and four assists. Dillion Ward made 44 saves.  Dane Dobbie led the Roughnecks with two goals and two assists.

Colorado improves to 8-3 and Calgary falls to 4-7.

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March 17 Rochester at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

March 17 Colorado at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET