Archive for the ‘Vancouver Warriors’ Category

Box Score

Attendance 6,685

Toronto finishes the season 12 and Vancouver finishes the season 5-13. Tom Schreiber led the Rock with two goals and seven assists. Nick Rose got the win in between the pipes for the Rock and made 39 saves.

The Warriors were led by Keegan Bal with four goals.

Toronto gets ready to face the Georgia Swarm in the East Division  semi finals on Monday May 6. Face off is set for 7:30 PM ET.

Vancouver heads into the offseason and Dan Richardson has his work cut out for him.

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Monday May 6 Toronto at Georgia 7:30 PM ET

Vancouver – Offseason


Box Score

Attendance 5,376

Looks like the Warriors have decided to mail it in. Too bad they have one more game left on the schedule.

Kyle Jackson led the Hawks with four goals and six assists. Warren Hill made 53 saves for the Hawks.

Rochester improves to 6-11 and Vancouver falls to 5-12.

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Friday April 26 Toronto at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

Saturday April 27 New England at Rochester 8:00 PM ET

Press Release

Now the Warriors just have to put a team around Beers.

Box Score

Attendance 5,200

Its going to be a long flight home for Philly after getting taken to the wood shed by the Warriors and going  0-2 on the weekend.

Blaze Riorden gave the Wings a 1-0 lead 17 seconds into the game only to see the Warriors go on a nine goal run to end the first quarter and put it on cruise control the rest of the way. Good thing no-one was there to see it.

Keegan Bal led the Warriors with five goals and nine assists. Aaron Bold made 61 saves for the Warriors.

Wings penalty kill was a dumpster fire allowing the Warriors to go 5 for 5 with the man advantage.  Travis Baptiste rebounded from a poor performance at x the night before by going 31 for 34 at the x against  Zack Porter and Jarrett Toll.

Vancouver improves to 5-11 and Philadelphia falls to 3-14


Up Next

Saturday April 20 Philadelphia at Georgia 7:05 PM ET

Saturday April 20 Vancouver at Rochester 7:00 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





Rock will get back forward Adam Jones tonight and here is the list of disciplinary action.

Nik Bilic Saskatchewan Mar 30 Rescind Game Misconduct, Rule 80.2

Owen Barker Vancouver Mar 30 Game Misconduct, Rule 70.8

Casey Jackson San Diego Mar 30 Major, Rule 63.2

Callum Crawford New England Mar 31 Major, Rule 85.3

Andrew Suitor New England Mar 31 Game Misconduct, Rule 80.2

Chad Cummings Calgary Mar 30 Major, Rule 63.2

Eli Salama Calgary Mar 30 Major, Rule 63.2


Matt Beers Vancouver Mar 23 PLPA has requested case be heard by a Hearing Officer: Match Penalty, One game suspension, Rule 70.9

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.

Up Next

Sunday April 14 Philadelphia at Vancouver 6:00 PM ET

Saturday April 6 Saskatchewan at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

Challen Rogers Toronto Mar 22 Major Rule 78.2

Chad Tutton Georgia Mar 22 Rescind Major 63.2 Assess Minor Rule 85.1

Dawson Theede Rochester Mar 23 Rescind Major Rule 70.7

Assess Minor Rule 70.6

Matt Beers Vancouver Mar 23 Match Penalty, One game suspension, Rule 70.9

Box Score

Attendance 12,826

The Mammoth used a seven goal second quarter to run away from the Warriors.  Eli McLaughlin led the Mammoth with four goals and eight assists. Steve Fryer got a rare start and made 49 saves for the Mammoth.

Colorado improves to 6-8 and Vancouver falls to 4-10.

Up Next

March 30 Vancouver at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET

April 6 Saskatchewan at Colorado 9:00 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 5,800

Ryan Lee led the Mammoth with four goals and three assists. Dillon Ward made 41 saves for the Mammoth. 5,800 in Vancouver to watch another Warriors loss. Warriors attendance continues to trend in the wrong direction, although it does not come as a surprise.

Colorado improves to 5-8 and Vancouver falls to 4-9.

Up Next

Saturday March 23 Vancouver at Colorado 9:00 PM ET