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  • Vancouver, BC – April 21, 2018 –  Saturday night was the last home game of the 2018 National Lacrosse League season for the Vancouver Stealth. The Calgary Roughnecks ventured to the West Coast for the Stealth’s Fan Appreciation Night. When the Vancouver faithful first entered Langley Events Centre, they were gifted a collector’s edition Corey Small bobble head. The gifts kept coming throughout the night, including autographed jerseys, memorabilia and 2018-19 season ticket giveaways.  

  • Vancouver, BC – April 21, 2018 –  Saturday night the Vancouver Stealth will host their final home game of the 2018 regular season. The Stealth are coming off of a spirited affair last week when they hosted the Saskatchewan Rush. Last week was Stealth Experience night where Vancouver dawned their special BC-flag jersey. Money raised from the online and live auction from the jerseys went to the relief fund for the Humboldt Broncos. This week, Vancouver's game theme is Fan Appreciation Nigh

  • Vancouver, BC - Wednesday, April 18, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth and National Lacrosse League today have announced the 2018 combine schedule including one event taking place inside Langley Events Centre. The home of the Vancouver Stealth will host one of the five combines in a one-day event on September 8, 2018, where 2018 draft hopefuls and offseason free agents will take part. The combines will consist of fitness and lacrosse testing, a practice run by NLL team coaching staffs, a game pl

  •  Vancouver, BC – April 13, 2018 –  The Vancouver Stealth hosted the Saskatchewan Rush in a rare Friday night match up inside Langley Events Centre. Vancouver opened the scoring 25 seconds into the first frame, but it was all Saskatchewan after that, closing the half with a 9-2 lead. After half time, the Stealth sparked a 5-goal third and a 3-goal fourth, but the Rush were too much, closing the game with 20-10 victory. Friday night was a celebration for the Stealth and their fans as it was

  • Vancouver, BC – April 10, 2018 –  This Friday, the Vancouver Stealth’s annual BC jersey auction proceeds will be donated to the Humboldt Broncos families (Funds for the Humboldt Broncos).  “There wasn’t hesitation at all with our partners, the BC Lacrosse Association and Mike Vanichuk Transport adjusting our recipient of the BC Jersey proceeds this year to the Broncos,” said Stealth President, Doug Locker.  “The community, team and their families are in all of our thoughts and p

  • Vancouver, BC - Friday, April 6, 2018 –  The Vancouver Stealth today announced the return of Junior Stealth teams and tryout process for the Pewee, Bantam and Midget age groups.“I am excited about the upcoming Stealth season. As an educator, I love the ability to oversee and coach a program that gives our players the ability to develop B.C. lacrosse players and to have a positive influence on them,” said Junior Stealth Academy Director Curtis Hodgson. “We have made some modifications t

  • Vancouver, BC - Saturday, March 31, 2018 – It was Country Night on Saturday inside Langley Events Centre as the Stealth hosted the Calgary Roughnecks.Calgary opened the scoring nearly four minutes into the first, the Stealth answered back with two goals in 23 seconds to close the first quarter with a 2-1 lead. The offense exploded for both teams in the second as they combined for 10 goals and Vancouver closed the half with a 7-6 lead. Calgary continued with another 5-goal quarter while the St

  • Vancouver, BC - Friday, March 30, 2018 – Saturday night it is Country Night at the Langley Events Centre as the Vancouver Stealth host the Calgary Roughnecks.The Stealth are coming off a Week 16, 13-12 victory over the Colorado Mammoth. Forward Tony Malcom did the heavy lifting for Vancouver scoring 2 goals and 3 assists. With his pair of goals, Malcom has set a career high in goals at 18. He is 2 points away from tying his career high in points from 2016 at 38 points. “It’s another playo

  • Vancouver, BC - Saturday, March 24, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth went into Denver to do their best to spoil the Mammoth’s John Grant Jr Night. As one of the great players in NLL history, Grant stood as he watched his number 24 raise to the rafters. Vancouver looked to gain from the momentum of a very emotional pre-game ceremony in their favour. Stealth great Rhys Duch helped set up Corey Small for the game’s opening goal 39 seconds into the first which sparked the Stealth to a 4-0 lead,

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