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Box Score

Attendance 14,005

Another game another fourth quarter collapse for the Wings.  Which has been the theme of the Wings season. With the Wings leading 11-9 after three quarters, the Rush went on a seven goal run in the final quarter to clip the Wings.

Mark Matthews led the Rush with five goals and three assists. Adam Shute made 40 saves for the Rush.

Matt Rambo led the Wings with five goals and three assists.  Travis Baptiste struggled at the x for the first time all season going 16 for 31.

Saskatchewan improves to 10-6 and Philadelphia falls to 3-13.

Up Next

Sunday April 14 Philadelphia at Vancouver 6:00 PM ET

Saturday April 20 Saskatchewan at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

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Box Score

Attendance 6,245

No Austin Staats for the Seals tonight.  Seals have not responded for a request for comment on Staats. Seals sure did miss Staats tonight against the Rush.

Rush led the Seals 3-2 after thirty minutes and blew the game wide open with a five goal run to open the third quarter and the Seals never recovered.

Ben McIntosh led the Rush with six goals and two assists. Adam Shute made 36 saves for the Rush.

Connor Kelly led the Seals with three goals and one assist.

Looks like San Diego sports fans are starting to give up on the Seals.

Saskatchewan improves to 9-6 and San Diego falls to 9-7.

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Saturday April 13 Philadelphia at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET

Friday April 19 Colorado at San Diego 10:30 PM ET

 

East Division ( According to the Wings)

Georgia – New England – New York – Philadelphia

Division 2

Buffalo – Halifax – Rochester – Toronto

West Division

Calgary – Colorado –  San Diego – Saskatchewan – Vancouver

 

 

 

 

Box Score

Attendance 12,841

Rush win a defensive struggle with the Mammoth and keep pace with the Seals in the West. Mark Matthews led the Rush with two goals and two assists. Adam Shute made 25 saves for the Rush.

Remember when Colorado use to draw near sellout crowds every home game?

Saskatchewan improves to 8-6 and Colorado falls to 6-9.

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Friday April 12 Saskatchewan at San Diego 10:30 PM ET

Friday April 12 Rochester at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

seals time changes

Box Score

Attendance 13,970

With the victory the Rush stay within striking distance of the Seals. The Rush outscored the Warriors 10-2 over the first thirty minutes and cruised to an easy victory.

Robert Church led the Rush with four goals and three assists. Adam Shute made 32 saves for the Rush.

Saskatchewan improves to 7-6 and Vancouver falls to 4-11.

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Sunday April 14 Philadelphia at Vancouver 6:00 PM ET

Saturday April 6 Saskatchewan at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 6,163

Kyle Buchanan led the Seals with four goals and four assists. Garrett Billings had one goal and nine assists. Frank Scigliano made 39 saves for the Seals.  Ben McIntosh led the Rush with three goals and three assists.

The Seals look to be the NLL’s version of the Las Vegas Golden Knights.

Did the Seals just publish the real attendance number for the first time this season?

San Diego improves to 8-4 and Saskatchewan falls to 6-6

 

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Saturday March 30 Vancouver at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET

Saturday March 30 San Diego at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

The Rush are looking for a new netminder after last night. Starter Evan Kirk went down with a lower body injury and is expected to be out an undetermined amount of time. Pending the results of an MRI.

Box Score

Attendance 13,291

Chase Fraser scored at 1:51 of overtime allowing the Bandits to steal a victory in Saskatchewan.  Ten different Bandits scored at least one goal. Matt Vinc made 48 saves for the Bandits. Mark Matthews led the Rush with four goals and three assists.

Buffalo improves to 11-3 and Saskatchewan falls to 6-5.

Up Next

Saturday March 23 Toronto at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

Friday March 22 Saskatchewan at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

 

Press Release

Rush get a veteran presence to help out on defense and the Hawks continue to acquire draft picks to build for the future.

Rush get Campbell while the Hawks get a 2022 second round pick and a 2021 second round pick ( conditional )