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Box Score

Attendance 11,635

The Bandits are moving on to the NLL Cup Finals vs the Calgary Roughnecks. The Bandits trailed the Rock 3-2 in the second quarter and went on a six goal run that stretched between the second and third quarters to take control of the game and punch their ticket to the NLL Cup Finals.

Corey Small led the Bandits with three goals and Matt Vinc made 43 saves for the Bandits.

NLL Cup Finals Game One Saturday May 18 Calgary at Buffalo  7:30 PM ET

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Box Score

Attendance 8,900

Christian Del Bianco made 47 saves on 51 shots to help the Roughnecks advance to the NLL Cup Finals. Dane Dobbie led the Roughnecks with two goals and four assists.

Colorado was held scoreless for almost 33 minutes before Ryan Lee solved Christian Del Bianco 2:54 in the third quarter and got the Mammoth on the board and stopped a three goal run by the Roughnecks. The  Roughnecks only scored two goals at even strength and one with the extra attacker.

Plenty of fans came dressed as empty seats as only 8,900 announced saw the Roughnecks advance to the NLL Cup Finals.

 

Per #NLLStats tonight’s 12 combined goals ties the lowest goal total in a playoff game since 5/9/09 between New York (9) vs. Buffalo (3).

Box Score

Attendance 5,005

The San Diego Seals were fifteen minutes away from moving on to the West Division Final and hosting the Colorado Mammoth. However, the Calgary Roughnecks had other ideas and used a four goal fourth quarter to advance to the West Division Final and end the Seals season.

Dane Dobbie led the Roughnecks with three goals and four assists. Christian Del Bianco made 43 saves in between the pipes for the Roughnecks.  Turner Evans led the Seals with three goals and one assist.

Only if Austin Staats stayed healthy….

The Calgary Roughnecks will host the Colorado Mammoth Friday May 10 faceoff is set for 9 PM ET.

Box Score

Attendance 8,862

Swarm led 5-4 after fifteen minutes and got outscored 9-3 by the Rock over the next thirty minutes and a late Swarm comeback fell short.

Tom Schreiber led the Rock with four goals and one assist. Nick Rose made 35 saves for the Rock.  Lyle “snip the ponytail” Thompson led the Swarm with three goals and four assists.

The Rock advance and will travel to Buffalo for the East Division Final.

The East Division Final will take place on Saturday May 11 in Buffalo. Faceoff is set for 7:30 PM ET

 

Box Score

Attendance 11,776

The Bandits got off to a fast start jumping out to a 3-0 and the hole was too deep for the offensively challenged Black Wolves to dig out of.  Dhane Smith led the Bandits with two goals and five assists.  Matt Vinc made 47 saves to help the Bandits advance to the East Division Finals.

Buffalo will host the winner of the Toronto – Georgia.

 

 

Box Score

Attendance 8,357

Chase Fraser led the Bandits with three goals and three assists. Matt Vinc made 29 saves and Zach Higgins made 25 saves in relief. We are calling hogwash on the 8,375 attendance number. Unless many fans came dressed as empty seats.

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Box Score

Attendance 13,860

Rush went on an eight goal run to start the game and that’s all she wrote.  The Rush held Colorado to just four goals over the first three quarters.  Matthew Dinsdale led the Rush with four goals and two assists. Evan Kirk made 46 saves for the Rush.

Saskatchewan finishes 11-7 and Colorado finishes 6-12

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Saskatchewan – Playoffs

Box Score

Attendance 6,158

Hawks fell behind early and the late comeback attempt comes up short. New England opened the game on a six goal run. Chris Boushy found rope 2:28 into second quarter to stop the bleeding for Hawks. However, it was already too late.  Callum Crawford led the Black Hawks with seven goals and two assists.

 

6,158 ( Looked like less in the stands) came out to witness the final game in Rochester Knighthawks 1.0 history before the Hawks 1.0 relocate to Halifax in time for next season. We suspect Hawks 2.0 will suffer a similar fate to Hawks 1.0

New England finishes up at 9-9 and Rochester finishes 6-12

 

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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 19,289

The Necks outscored the Rush 14-5 over the first 30 minutes and the Rush just tapped out. Calgary is heading to the playoffs and the Rush have one more regular season game to get it together.

Dane Dobbie led the Necks with four goals and four assists. Christian Del Bianco made 36 saves for the Necks.  The Necks got to Rush netminder Evan Kirk early and often and chased Kirk to the bench after Kirk gave up 10 goals on 20 shots.

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Saturday April 27 Colorado at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

Calgary – Playoffs