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    Mark Matthews had an eight-point night -- including a hat trick -- as the Edmonton Rush dominated the Calgary Roughnecks 16-8 in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday. Riley Loewen and Jarrett Davis also had three-goal outings for the Rush (1-2) in their first win of the season. Zack Greer, Ben McIntosh and Robert Church chipped in with two goals while Cory Conway added the other.

  • 7h ago

    Jones and Turner both score four times as Mammoth rout Stealth

    Adam Jones and Alex Turner both scored four goals to lead the Colorado Mammoth to a 20-9 rout of the Vancouver Stealth on Saturday night in National Lacrosse League play. Drew Westervelt had a hat trick for Colorado (3-0) with Sean Pollock, John Grant and Eli McLaughlin striking twice. Jackson Decker, Bob Snider and Cameron Holding supplied the rest of the offence.

  • Jan 18

    Buffalo Bandits, Vancouver Stealth

    Smith scores five goals to lead Bandits past Stealth

    Dhane Smith scored five goals and added three assists as the Buffalo Bandits held on to beat the Vancouver Stealth 14-13 on Saturday night in National Lacrosse League action. Ryan Benesch also had an eight-point night for the Bandits (2-1), netting a hat trick. Joe Resetarits added three goals of his own while Jerome Thompson, Mitch Wilde and Brandon Goodwin rounded out the attack.

  • Jan 11

    Rock vs Stealth

    Hellyer scores six as Rock hammer Stealth

    Rob Hellyer scored six goals and added four assists as the Toronto Rock dominated the Vancouver Stealth 20-11 in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday night. Josh Sanderson lead the team with 14 points-- including four goals for Toronto (2-0). Brett Hickey had a hat trick while Kevin Ross added a pair. Jesse Gamble, Rob Marshall, Stephan Leblanc, Kasey Beirness and Billy Hostrawser rounded out the attack.

  • Dec 22

    Toronto Rock in the crease

    TSN announces new partnership with National Lacrosse League

    TSN today announced a new multiplatform broadcast agreement with the National Lacrosse League for the 2015 season that allows Canadians to watch the league's entire 81-game regular season plus the playoffs. TSN will broadcast 12 regular season games and select post-season games, including the Champion's Cup Final. The remaining 69 regular season games will be available exclusively to TSN subscribers through TSN GO.

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