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Box Score

Attendance 7,247

Rush snap three game losing streaking with 15-13 victory over the Warriors. Mark Matthews led the Rush with three goals and four assists.  Mitch Jones led the Warriors with four goals and two assists.

Saskatchewan improves to 4-4 and Vancouver falls to 3-7.

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Friday February 22 Colorado at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

Saturday March 2 Vancouver at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 8,706

The Vancouver Stealth Warriors go on the road and knock off the West Division leading Seals. Keegan Bal torched the Seals for six goals and four assists. Eric Penny made 40 saves and just might have started a goalie controversy in Vancouver. The Warriors went 5 for 10 on the power play.

Rookie of the Year front runner Austin Staats had a quiet night with one goal and one assist.

Is it too soon to worry about the Seals attendance?

Vancouver improves to 3-6 and San Diego falls to 4-3.

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Saturday February 16 Saskatchewan at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

Friday February 15 San Diego at Toronto 7:30 PM ET

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Attendance 10,817

Curtis Dickson led the Roughnecks with three goals. Christian Del Bianco made 35 saves.  Rhys Duch had two goals and two assists for the Roughnecks. ( The Warriors could of used Duch’s offensive output.)  The Warriors went over 37 minutes between goals.  Calgary was 1 for 3 with the man advantage and Vancouver was 0 for 3.  Eric Penny made 42 saves in the loss for the Warriors.

Calgary improves to 4-4 and Vancouver falls to 2-6.

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Friday February 8 Vancouver at San Diego 10:00 PM ET

Saturday February 9 Calgary at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 8,217

Ben McIntosh led the Rush with five goals and three assists. Evan Kirk made 40 saves for the Rush. Jordan McBride and Mitch Jones each had three goals and two assists for the Warriors.

8,217? Must of been tickets sold and not buts in the seats, the barn was empty.

Saskatchewan improves 2-1 and Vancouver falls to 1-4.

 

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Saturday January 19 Rochester at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

Saturday January 19 San Diego at Vancouver 10:00 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 4,975

Warriors led 6-5 at halftime and 8-7 after three quarters only to watch the Swarm come all the back for the 10-8 win. Miles Thompson and Brendan Bomberry each had three goals to lead the Swarm. Mike Poulin made 30 saves.  Jordan McBride and Keegan Bal led the Warriors with three goals and two assists.

Georgia improves to 3-0 and Vancouver falls to 1-3

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Saturday January 12 Saskatchewan at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

Saturday January 12 Georgia at Philadelphia 7:00 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 9,902

After last week many so called experts thought Vancouver had turned a corner. Only to see  the Warriors revert to their Stealth ways tonight.  We feel sorry for the fans who paid (we hope) and had to watch the home team crap the bed.

Leading 6-3 the Warriors took their foot off the Roughnecks throat and got outscored 11-2 the rest of the way.

Rhys Duch had a ten point night (2g 8a) against his former team.

Calgary improves to 1-1 and Vancouver falls to 1-1.

 

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Friday December 28 San Diego at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

Friday December 28 Vancouver at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

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There’s still time for a deal. Calgary, according to Warriors representatives, has until 3 p.m. on Friday to declare its roster for the weekend. (However, unlikely that deal maybe)

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