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Attendance 13,590

Rush led 6-5 at halftime and outscored the Hawks 5-0 in the third quarter to take control of the game.  Mark Matthews led the Rush with three goals and four assists. Evan Kirk made 34 saves for the Rush.

Saskatchewan improves to 3-1 and Rochester falls to 1-3.

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Saturday January 26 Buffalo at Rochester 8:00 PM ET

Sunday January 27 Saskatchewan at Georgia 4:05 PM ET

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Box Score

Attendance 11,323

A four goal fourth quarter secured the Seals second win of the season. San Diego was led by Austin Staats with four goals and one assists. Frank Scigliano made 38 saves for the Seals. Kyle Jackson had three goals for the Knighthawks.

San Diego improves to 2-2 and Rochester falls to 1-2.

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Saturday January 19 Rochester at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

Friday January 18 Calgary at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

Hawks Broadcast Schedule

Posted: January 10, 2019 in NLL, Rochester Knighthawks
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All games wil be broadcast on CWRochester

January 12 Rochester at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

February 9 Rochester at New England 7:00 PM ET

March 15 Georgia at Rochester  7:30 PM ET(tap delayed to March 16)

April 6 Toronto vs Rochester 7:30 PM ET

April 12 Rochester at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

At some point in the near future. Fans just might have the opportunity to bet on National Lacrosse League games.  At least that is the word from Turner President David Levy at CES 2019.

 

Box Score

Attendance 12,480

Bandits led the Hawks 5-2 halftime and scored the first three goals of the third quarter and took a commanding lead and never looked back. Guess the Hawks wish they could play the Wings every week. 🙂

Eight different Bandits scored at least one goal.  Matt Vinc made 55 saves.

Buffalo improves to 2-2 and Rochester falls to 1-1.

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January 12 Rochester at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

January 19 Philadelphia at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

Bandits activate Dhane Smith and Corey Small will be back in the lineup for the Bandits.

Brett Hickey was seen on crutches last night.

Matt Vinc gets to face the Knighthawks tonight

Rush get to raise another championship banner.

Box Score

Attendance 8,144

Slow start dooms Wings again. Wings come out flat and trailed 5-0 after the first quarter and the hole was just too deep for the Wings to dig out of.  Cody Jamieson led the Hawks with three goals and three assists.  Chris Cloutier led the Wings with three goals and two assists.

Wings could not get inside on Hawks defense and spent a lot of time shooting from the outside tonight. Wonder how long Paul Day will remain patient with the young goaltending duo of DiRuscio and Buchan?

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January 4 Philadelphia at Toronto 7:30 PM ET

January 5 Rochester at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

Press Release

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Interesting timing to say the least.

“Since being drafted by Colorado in 2005, the team and staff have meant a lot to me,” said Carey. “I am grateful to the Kroenke Sports & Entertainment ownership group and executive staff for giving me the opportunity to be the Mammoth’s general manager. I will miss being a part of the Mammoth,

but I am excited for my next chapter in Rochester, and I’m thankful to Mr. and Mrs. Pegula and the Pegula Sports & Entertainment executive staff for the opportunity.”

Rochester Knighthawks Roster

Posted: December 10, 2018 in NLL, Rochester Knighthawks
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Forwards (8):Kyle Jackson, Cody Jamieson, Joe Resetarits, Quinn Powless, Dylan Riley, Pat Saunders, Austin Shanks, Cory Vitarelli

Defensemen (10): James Barclay, Scott Campbell, Paul Dawson, Graeme Hossack, Ian Llord, Luc Magnan, Darryl Robertson, Eric Shewell, Luke Van Schepen, Jake Withers

Transition (1): Brad Gillies

Goalies (2): Angus Goodleaf, Warren Hill

Practice Squad (2): Cam Milligan, Brandon Robinson
Physically Unable to Perform List (1): Eric Fannell
Injured Reserve List (1): Sid Smith