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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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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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Rock get the win to stay alive in the playoff race.  Leading 8-7 at halftime the Rock outscored the Bandits 5-2 in the third quarter to take control of the game.  Rob Hellyer three goals and two assists  and Adam Jones three goals and two assists  led the Rock. A season high crowd of 16,630 were in attendance.

Toronto improves to 8-9 and Buffalo falls to 8-9.

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April 28 Toronto at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

April 28 Rochester at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

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Toronto managed to blow 8-6 halftime lead. Rochester outscored Toronto 8-3 over the last thirty minutes.  Joe Resetartis led the Knighthawks with four goals and three assists. Matt Vinc made 41 saves. Tom Schreiber returned for the Rock and managed four goals and one assist.

Rochester improves to 9-7  and Toronto falls to 7-9.

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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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Attendance 10288

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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Attendance 12097

Six different players scored for the Rock and the Rock led 6-1 after the first quarter.  Dane Dobbie got the lone Roughnecks goal. Roughnecks responded with a seven goal second quarter.  The Rock pulled away with a six goal fourth quarter.

Rob Hellyer led the Rock with three goals and six assists.  Dane Dobbie led the Roughnecks four goals and two assists.

Toronto improves to 7-6 and Calgary drops to 5-8.

 

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March 30 Colorado at Toronto 7:30 PM ET

March 31 Calgary at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

Rock and Rush Trade

Posted: March 19, 2018 in NLL, saskatchewan rush, Toronto Rock
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Well we have our first trade of the day between the Rush and Rock.   Rock get Dan Taylor for a conditional third round pick in the 2020 drat. ( Got love how teams never announce the details of conditions)

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Attendance 5832

New England led 4-3 after one quarter before the Rock woke up.  A five goal second period gave the Rock a 8-5 lead going into halftime. Callum Crawford closed the gap to 10-9 with a goal at 5:26 of the fourth quarter. Only to see the Rock put the nail in the coffin by scoring the next four goals.

Rob Hellyer had one goal and seven assists for the Rock. Nick Rose made 39 saves.  Kevin Crowley led New England with three goals.

Toronto improves to 6-6 and New England falls to 6-5.

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March 24 Toronto at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

March 23 Buffalo at New England 7:30 PM ET