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Bandits / Stealth Trade

Posted: September 18, 2017 in Buffalo Bandits, NLL, Vancover Stealth
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The Vancouver Stealth today have announced they have acquired Anthony Malcom and the 12th overall pick in the 2017 NLL Entry Draft from the Buffalo Bandits in exchange for Jordan Durston.

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Summary

Trailing 6-3 at halftime. The Stealth outscored the Rock 11-5 in the final thirty minutes to get the win. Corey Small had four goals and three assists to lead the Stealth. Ty Belanger made 38 saves. Tom Schreiber had four goals and three assists for the Rock.

Vancouver improves to 6-8 Toronto falls to 8-6.

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April 2 Toronto at New England 1:00 PM EST

April 8 Vancouver at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM EST

 

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Are the Stealth behind this piece in the local rag? The stealth attendance, lack their of. Has been a concern to message board posters for awhile.  Is this the Stealth’s way of sounding the alarm?

Update to this as the Stealth have posted a survey. Asking for fan feedback.

Including the following question. Are you interested in buying a ticket package for the 2018 season?

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Stealth jump out to a 3-0 and never look back.  The road team are 3-0 so far this season. Calgary will not have long to wait for a rematch though.

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Jan 7 Vancouver at Colorado 9:00 PM EST

Jan 14 Calgary at Vancouver 10:00 PM EST

 

Stealth Signings

Posted: August 2, 2016 in NLL, Vancover Stealth
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Free Agent Signings:
Justin Goodwin: New Westminster, BC, Defense/Transition, 5’11, 175lbs.
Jordan McBride: New Westminster, BC, Forward, 6’0, 210lbs.
Evan Messenger: Delta, BC, Forward, 6’1, 205lbs.
Tyson Roe: Duncan, BC, Defense/Transition, 6’10, 250lbs.
Billy Saxton: Niagara on the Lake, ON, Defense/Transition 6’0, 220lbs.
Dane Sorensen: Victoria, BC, Forward, 6’0, 200lbs.
Tanner Theede: Whitby, ON, Defense, 6’2, 225lbs.

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Stealth bring in Jamie Batley to replace Dan Perrault as Head Coach. Might be the kick in the ass the Stealth need. Or it will not save the sinking ship. With rumors of ownership meddling with the on the floor product.

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Colorado 14 New England 13

No one could stop Adam Jones. Eight points on seven goals and one assist. Late rally by New England fell short.

Rochester 9 Calgary 8 OT

Dan Dawson with the winner 1:16 into OT. Could be the spark. That allows the Hawks to go on a run.

Buffalo 13 Vancouver 8

Bandits keep pace in the East. Another poor crowd in Langley.

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March 11 Rochester at Buffalo 7:30 PM EST

March 11 Calgary at Toronto 8:00 PM EST

March 12 New England at Rochester 7:30 PM EST

March 13 Vancouver at Toronto 3:00 PM EST

March 19 Colorado at Calgary 9:00 PM EST

 

 

  • When Jan 8
  • Time 10:00 PM
  • Broadcast Watch ESPN, TSN GO (Canada) and NESN
  • 2015 Head to Head 1-0 Stealth

 

New England brought in Shawn Evans 130 pts (47g 83a)  in the off season and brought back Kevin Crowley 64 pts (25g 39a). Both via trade. Question marks on defense and goal tending. As Kirk and Belanger are expected to split time. With no clear cut number one.

Vancouver brought in Garrett Billings 36pts (5g 31a) to help the offense. Should be interesting to see. How Billings meshes with Rhys Duch 103 PTS (41g 62a) With only one ball to go around. Eric Penny is the new starter in net.

Sunday Dec 20 4 PM ET in Calgary.

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Stealth acquire Corey Small from the Edmonton Rush. For first round picks in 2016 and 2019. Stealth get a solid lefthander. If Small can return to form. Following ACL surgery

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