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  • Vancouver, BC - Saturday, February 10, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth were in celebration mode to begin Saturday night inside Langley Events Centre.  The Stealth celebrated Family Day with over 70 friends and family members of the players who took the floor to line up with the team. In addition to Family Day, the Stealth held a ceremony to honor long-time player and captain Curtis Hodgson. His family, including his wife, son and parents sat and watched his number 6, that he wore for 13 years

  •   For Immediate ReleaseVancouver, BC - Friday, February 9, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth are looking to celebrate more than just a win this weekend. For the first time in franchise history, the Stealth are set to retire a player’s number.Saturday, February 10, 2018, will be dubbed “Curtis Hodgson Night” inside Langley Events Centre. In a pre-game ceremony Hodgson’s number 6 will be raised to the ceiling in front of his family, friends and peers. “I am grateful and humbled by the

  • Vancouver, BC - Monday, February 5, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth have announced today they have traded for forward Pat Saunders, in exchange the Buffalo Bandits received Thomas Hoggarth, pending league approval.“I think this is going to be a big move and I am feeling great about the whole situation. I am excited to be able to play with two really good lefties in Vancouver,” said Pat Saunders. “My main goals this season is to set picks, score on the inside and do whatever it takes to make

  •  Vancouver, BC - Saturday, February 3, 2018 – Saturday night, the Vancouver Stealth’s focus was to start the game off quicker. Facing a team that played the evening before, the stage was set for an early onslaught from Vancouver.Unfortunately for Stealth fans the Rush had other plans. Saskatchewan opened the scoring nearly 5 minutes into the first frame and continued to a 4-0 lead early in the second before Vancouver got on the board. Rhys Duch, Logan Schuss and Joel McCready combined for t

  • Vancouver, BC - Friday, February 2, 2018 – In Week 9 action, the Vancouver Stealth begin their first home-and-home of the season when they head to Saskatoon to take on the Rush on Saturday night. With frigid temperatures expected to hit -22, the Stealth look to heat up Saskatchewan with their second road victory of the season. In addition to the game being on NLL TV and broadcast on TSN radio, lacrosse fans will benefit from the National Lacrosse League’s Twitter Game of the Week. The game

  • Vancouver, BC Saturday, January 27, 2018 – For the second time in 24 hours, the Vancouver Stealth hit the floor in National Lacrosse League action. Vancouver took a 4:00am flight from Denver en route to Langley, only to be welcomed by the reigning NLL Champions, the Georgia Swarm. The injury bug continued to bite the Stealth line up, including Peter McFetridge and Tye Belanger who missed Friday’s action and Jon Harnett, Casey Jackson and Evan Messenger who played the night before. The Stealt

  • Vancouver, BC (Friday, January 26, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth opened the first game of their back-to-backs this weekend in Denver. The Stealth started their match against the Colorado Mammoth down several key players including Justin Salt & Tye Belanger to injuries, Travis Cornwall who was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Logan Schuss who was added to the Short Term Hold Out List and Joel McCready who was suspended due to a fight dating back to January 6, 2018. But the h

  • Vancouver, BC (Friday, January 26, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth are up against their toughest weekend of the National Lacrosse League season. For the only time this season, the Stealth face back-to-back games.Tonight, Vancouver visits Denver to avenge their season opening loss to the Colorado Mammoth. The Stealth look to improve their all-time record against the Mammoth to 29-22. Vancouver will also try to add to their current winning streak, after Eric Penney guided them to the first victor

  • Vancouver, BC (Saturday, January 13, 2018) – The Vancouver Stealth (1-4) made another eastern trip, to visit the Buffalo Bandits (2-3) inside the KeyBank Center on Saturday night. The Bandits opened the scoring just 43 seconds into the opening frame and added two more over the course of the next 7 minutes, giving them the 3-0 lead after the first 15. But it was not a case of games past, as rookie Cody Teichroeb answered the door when perennial tough guy Craig England came knocking. In the aft

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