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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.


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

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


Mammoth to retire #24

Posted: December 5, 2017 in Colorado Mammoth, NLL

Press Release

John Grant Jr will have his number retired on March 24th when the Mammoth host the Stealth.

Forwards: Ryan Benesch, Chris Wardle, Jacob Ruest, Stephen Keogh, Jeremy Noble, Eli McLaughlin, Ryan Lee, Brody Eastwood

Defensemen: Josh Sullivan, Greg Downing, Taylor Stuart, Robert Hope, Jordan Gilles, Brad Self, Joey Cupido, Nick Ossello, Rowan Kelly, Quinn MacKay

Goalies: Dillon Ward, Steve Fryer

Practice Squad: Tim Edwards, Jarrod Neumann

Injured Reserve: Brent Adams

Physically Unable to Perform: Zack Greer, Dan Coates, Cameron Holding, Bryce Sweeting

 Rochester 14 New England 7


Colorado 15 Toronto 15  Recap

 Buffalo 12 New England 10

  Saskatchewan 24 Georgia 9

 Calgary 13 Vancouver 5 Recap

Rochester 12 Buffalo 8


Colorado 12 Calgary 10

Toronto 13 Saskatchewan 11

Vancouver 16 Calgary 10

Colorado 14 Vancouver 12

That is a wrap for week one of the NLL preseason.

Finally we get some NLL action.

11/11  Calgary v Vancouver 7 PM PST
11/11  Saskatchewan v Toronto 7 PM EST
11/12  Colorado v Vancouver 9 am PST
11/18  Vancouver at Calgary 7 PM MST
11/18  Buffalo vs New England 7 PM EST
11/18  Georgia vs Saskatchewan 7:30 PM CST
11/18  Colorado at Toronto 7 PM EST
11/19  Buffalo vs Rochester 11 am EST

ACL injury puts Dan Coates on the shelf for the entire 2017-2018 NLL season.

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We expect more moves with Free Agency about to start.

John Grant Jr Retires

Posted: July 17, 2017 in Colorado Mammoth, NLL

Press Release

This move has been in the works for awhile.  Something tells us we will see junior involved in a executive role at some future date.

Box Score


Leading 10-8 at the half.  The Swarm scored five straight goals to open the second half and pull away from Colorado. Lyle Thompson led the Swarm with four goals and seven assists.

Georgia improves to 9-4  while Colorado falls to 8-7.

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April 15 Rochester at Colorado 9:00 PM EST

April 7 Georgia at New England 7:30 PM EST