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The Blackwolves jumped out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back. The Knighthawks got as close as 6-4 at halftime. The Blackwolves scored the the first three goals in the third quarter. Putting the game out of reach. The Knighthawks just did not seem interested in playing. The effort was lacking all night from the Knighthawks. Kevin Crowley, led all scorers with ten points (6g a4). Evan Kirk made 34 saves.

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Jan 24 Toronto at Rochester 7:30 PM EST

Jan 24 Minnesota at New England 7:00 PM EST

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NLL Media Conference Call Week 2

Posted: January 7, 2015 in NLL
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Discussing the latest in the NLL.

The Stealth outscored the Roughnecks 11-5 in the second half. To get the win. In the season opener for both teams. Trailing 9-7 at halftime. The Stealth held the Roughnecks scoreless in the third quarter. While scoring six goals. Rhys Duch led the Steath with nine points (4g 5a) Tyler Richards made 48 saves. Dane Dobbie led the Roughnecks with four goals. Mike Poulin made 22 saves. Frankie Scigliano made 8 saves.

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Toronto at Vancouver Jan 10  10 PM EST

Calgary at Colorado Jan 10 9 PM EST

Trailing 10-9 entering the fourth quarter. The Mammoth went on to outscore the Swarm 11-3. In the fourth quarter to win the season opener, for both teams. John Grant Jr led the Mammoth with nine points. (4g 5) Adam Jones, was the leading Mammoth goal scorer with five. Capping off a seven point night (5g 2a) Dillion Ward made 32 saves. Minnesota was led by Shayne Jackson with seven points (3g 4a) Miles Thompson in his NLL debut had four points (3g 1a). Brodie McDonald made 37 saves.

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Calgary at Colorado Jan 10 9 PM EST

Minnesota at Edmonton Jan 10 9 PM EST

The Rock spoil the Knighthawks banner raising. Trailing 11-9 after three quarters. The Rock, outscored the Knighthawks 4-1 in the final quarter. Rob Heller (3g 4a) and Josh Sanderson (7a) led the Rock attack. Brandon Miller, got the start and made 27 saves. Cody Jamison eight points (2g 6a) led the Knighthawks attack. Matt Vinc, made 35 saves. Only 6,421 buts in the seats. To see the Knighthawks raise their third straight NLL Championship banner.

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Rochester at New England Jan 10 7 PM EST

Toronto at Vancouver Jan 10 10 PM EST

Buffalo 9 Edmonton 8

Posted: January 3, 2015 in Buffalo Bandits, Edmonton Rush
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Buffalo rebounds after season opening loss. The Bandits scored six unanswered goals. In the second and third period to pull away. Edmonton mounted a comeback. However, it was too little too late. Ryan Benesch led all scorers with seven points (5g 2a). Anthony Cosmo made 42 saves. Robert Church led the Rush with five points. (2g 3a). Ben McIntosh had three goals. Aaron Bold made 31 saves.

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Minnesota at Edmonton Jan 10 9 PM EST

Buffalo at Vancouver Jan 17  10 PM EST

NLL Live Crashes

Posted: January 3, 2015 in NLL
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You just knew this was going to happen. As fans are unable to watch Edm at Buf and Tor at Roc. Good thing they are not charging people yet. Think tech support would of tested the system beforehand. More information to be posted. As it becomes available.

Update 8:05 PM Streams are up and running. Fingers crossed it stays up.

Crystal Ball Week 1

Posted: January 3, 2015 in NLL
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Well started the season. On the wrong foot. Thanks for nothing New England.

Edmonton over Buffalo

Rochester over Toronto

Colorado over Minnesota

Calgary over Vancouver

The crystal ball obviously forgot the season had started. 1-3 on Saturday night ouch.

1-4 overall

Kevin Crowley, scored the first goal, in Blackwolves history. Leading 6-5 at halftime. The Blackwolves took control of the game in the second half. Especially tightening up the defense. Kevin Crowly, led all scores with five points. (2g 3a) Kyle Buchanan led all goal scorers with four goals. Evan Kirk made 48 saves. Dhane Smith, led the Bandits with (2g 1a).

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NLL Opening Night

Posted: January 2, 2015 in Buffalo Bandits, New England Blackwolves, NLL
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Buffalo at New England 7 PM EST.

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Open the 2015 NLL season tonight. Expecting a long season in Connecticut for the Wolves. Well Buffalo has  sights set. On a run at the Champions Cup. New England will experience growing pains.  The game should be close for a while, I would expect Buffalo to pull away. Especially if New England cannot stay out of the penalty box.

Buffalo over New England.