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Box Score

Attendance 3013

Vancouver tied the game at 8-8 1:19 into the fourth quarter on a goal by Joel McCready. Colorado got back to back goals from Robert Hope and Stephen Keogh to put the Mammoth in the driver seat. Nine different players scored at least one goal to pace the Mammoth. Dillon Ward made 39 saves.

The Stealth drew a season low crowd of 3,013

Colorado improves to 9-3 and Vancouver falls to 1-12.

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March 24 Vancouver at Colorado 9:00 PM ET



Box Score

Attendance 14057

The Rush outscored the Stealth  5-0 in the second quarter and never looked back.  Mark Matthews had a nine point night for the Rush. Dan Dawson had one goal and two assists in his Rush debut. Corey Small had one goal and five assists for the Stealth.  Evan Kirk made 28 saves for the Rush.

Rush improve to 10-2 and Stealth 1-11

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March 17 Colorado at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET

March 16 Saskatchewan at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

Box Score

Attendance 3073

New England remains offensive challenged even against the Vancouver Stealth.  New England did not get its first goal of the game until 5:41 into the second quarter by Stephan LeBlanc. New England clawed its way back and forced overtime. Stephen LeBlanc scored the game winner 0:45 seconds into OT.

New England improves to 5-4 and Vancouver drops to 1-10



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March 11 New England at Toronto 3 PM  ET


Stealth Coaching Changes

Posted: February 21, 2018 in NLL, Vancover Stealth

Press Release

Kevin Alexander takes over on offense and Art Webster takes over on Defense.  Stealth are just shuffling deck chairs on the titanic.  Unfortunately Locker and Batley are still employed.

Vancouver Stealth

Posted: February 16, 2018 in NLL, Vancover Stealth

Someone tell Denise Watkins to get off twitter and work on fixing the problems with her lacrosse team.  Start by firing Doug Locker and Jamie Batley and Batley’s assistants.  Followed by blowing up the roster in the off-season. The Stealth desperately need a house cleaning both on the management side and the player side.

Box Score

Attendance 8,874

Roughneck led 13-4 at halftime and put it on cruise control the rest of the way.  Holden Cattoni led the way for the Roughnecks with five goals and six assists.  Calgary improves to 4-5 and Vancouver falls to 1-9.

Dobbie has loss the appeal of his suspension. Dobbie will not be in the lineup tonight for Calgary when they host Vancouver.

Box Score

Attendance 4113

The Rush outscored the Stealth 6-0 in the first quarter and the Rush led 11-3 at halftime. Robert Church led the Rush with three goals and five assists. Evan Kirk made 38 saves.

Rush improve to 8-1 and the Stealth fall to 1-8.


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February 17 Saskatchewan at Rochester  7:30 PM ET

February 16 Vancouver at Calgary 9:00 PM ET

Stealth Crowd

Posted: February 10, 2018 in Vancover Stealth

How Denise Watkins make it work with small crowds week and week is beyond us.



The Buffalo Bandits today announced the team has acquired transition player Thomas Hoggarth from the Vancouver Stealth in exchange for forward Pat Saunders.