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  • PHILADELPHIA, June 21, 2017 – The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, has announced a series of dates for key transactions as teams build out their rosters leading up to the 2018 season.  Beginning July 1, trades and roster transactions are permitted among teams. The NLL free agency period will then open on August 1, allowing teams to contact, speak and sign Rostered Restricted Free Agents (RFAs) and Rostered Unrestricted

  • PHILADELPHIA, May 10, 2017 – The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, today announced the 2017 Champion’s Cup schedule for the League’s 31st year. In line with its new vision and strategic plan, the NLL will continue its focus on positioning the League and its teams for success with an extended playoff schedule. Division Finals will take place mid-May and Champion’s Cup Finals will commence on the weekend of June 2. Th

  • Vancouver, BC (Saturday, May 6, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (9-9/0-1) lost in the elimination game against the Colorado Mammoth (9-9/1-0) on Saturday night, 13-12. It was a one-game series, win and you’re in, lose and you are done until January. Vancouver had trouble finding the scoresheet in the first frame, down 3-1 after fifteen minutes. But they battled back in the second, led by Logan Schuss and Corey Small who brought them to a 7-6 deficit. The Mammoth outscored the Stealth in the t

  • Vancouver, BC (Thursday, May 4, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (9-9/0-0) host the Colorado Mammoth (9-9/0-0) in the West Division Semifinal game, on Saturday, May 6, 2017. For the first time since moving to the Lower Mainland the Vancouver Stealth will host a playoff game inside the Langley Events Centre. "Lacrosse fans in Vancouver have been waiting four years for this game, t he Langley Events Centre will be rocking Saturday night,” said Stealth play-by-play commentator Jake Elliott. “Cor

  • Langley, BC (Tuesday, May 2, 2017) In partnership with the Vancouver Stealth’s first playoff game in the Langley Events Centre, BCJALL President Karl Christiansen announced today that the league will be rescheduling their Saturday May 6th game. “We are blacking out our game and are encouraging our fans, teams and staff to attend the Stealth game and to support them in their first playoff game here in the Lower Mainland,” said Karl Christiansen. “I would like to thank both the Delta Isl

  • Uncasville, CT (Saturday, April 29, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (9-9) defeated the New England Black Wolves (8-10) on Saturday night, 17-16. The Stealth withheld their season’s best offensive effort for their final game. Without overhyping, the 66-plus minutes are in the running for the most entertaining game of the 2017 National Lacrosse League campaign. The teams combined for eight multi-goal runs, including separate five-goal runs in the second half. “It was a great game and it may ha

  • Vancouver, BC (Thursday, April 27, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (8-9) visit the New England Black Wolves (8-9) on Saturday, April 29, 2017. The last week of the NLL schedule still holds major playoff implications for Vancouver. With a Friday night Mammoth loss and a Stealth victory on Saturday, the Langley Events Centre would play host for the first-round playoff match between Colorado and Vancouver. "It's very exciting to be playing in these big games this late in the season,” said Rhys D

  • Vancouver, BC (Saturday, April 22, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (8-9) defeated the Colorado Mammoth (9-8) on Saturday, April 22, 2017, 13-7. The Stealth saved arguably their best performance of the season for Fan Appreciation Night. The crowd dawned in black Stealth gear for blackout night were somewhat muted after the first quarter when Vancouver was down 3-2. But after they shook off the first fifteen minutes, the Stealth never looked back. They led 7-4 at the half, 11-7 after three and he

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