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  • Vancouver, BC - Saturday, March 3, 2018 – The Stealth flew into snowy Saskatchewan for a showdown in Toon Town. Vancouver opened the game with a pair of goals before the Rush got on the board, Corey Small quickly made it a 3-1 game, but the Rush piled on and did not look back after taking a 5-4 lead in the first, 10-4 lead in the second, 13-7 in the third and 16-10 after the fourth was finished.    “We had a bad second quarter where they beat us 5-0 and that is the tale of the tape,” sa

  •  Vancouver, BC - Thursday, March 1, 2018 – For the seventh time this season the Vancouver Stealth are away from Langley Events Centre, once again heading to the SaskTel Centre for a Saturday night showdown.  Vancouver returns to Saskatchewan after a spirited affair in early February that saw the Rush lead 7-3 after two quarters, but after a heroic 6-goal third quarter the Stealth looked to have the game in the palm of their hands. But a controversial goal with less than a second to go in th

  • Vancouver, BC (Monday, February 26, 2018) – The Vancouver Stealth have announced today they have signed Andrew Suitor to a two-year extension, pending league approval. The deal will see Suitor stay in Vancouver into the 2020 season. Suitor has played in 10 games this season with the Stealth and has scored 5 goals, 6 assists, 11 points and has collected 58 points. Last Saturday, he scored his 50th goal of his career and is on pace for one of his most prolific seasons since 2012. “It is hard f

  • Vancouver, BC - Saturday, February 24, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth hosted the New England Black Wolves in a game they controlled until the dying minutes of the fourth quarter. Vancouver held a 2-0 lead early in the first, 5-3 at the half, 9-8 after the third, but a late two-goal run in the fourth had the game tied up at 11, heading into overtime. The Black Wolves held the only possession in extra time and scored 45 seconds in, to secure the 12-11 victory.  “We are not happy about the outc

  •   Vancouver, BC - Friday, February 23, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth head into their showdown with the New England Black Wolves on Saturday night inside Langley Events Centre at 7:00pm. This will be the first game since the Stealth have promoted Kevin Alexander to offensive coach and re-hiring Art Webster as the defensive coach. Vancouver is looking to shake up their roster with a familiar face in Brendan Fowler. The faceoff specialist spent 6 games with the Stealth in 2017 where he won 9

  • Vancouver, BC - Wednesday, February 21, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth announced today a change in their bench staff ahead of Saturday’s game vs the New England Black Wolves at the Langley Events Centre.  Art Webster returns to the Stealth and will take over defensive coaching duties from John Lintz, while current assistant coach Kevin Alexander will assume the offensive responsibilities from Jim Milligan.  Webster served as an assistant coach with the Stealth for nine seasons, from 2007

  • Vancouver, BC - Friday, February 16, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth flew into Calgary with a playoff-like mindset ahead of the NLL’s Twitter Game of the Week, but failed to convert the mindset to a win, despite outscoring the Roughnecks in the second half. Through the first ten minutes, the game was scoreless until Corey Small drew a marker on the powerplay. One minute later Andrew Suitor padded the Stealth to a 2-0 lead. That’s when the Roughnecks went on separate 4-0 and 9-0 runs to finis

  • Vancouver, BC - Thursday, February 15, 2018 – The Vancouver Stealth have set their sights on the Calgary Roughnecks, as they head to the Saddledome for a rare Friday night clash. The Stealth’s path to the playoffs go directly through a Roughnecks team that currently sits third in the West Division, with a 3-5 record.    “Any game from here on out is a playoff game in our minds, especially against Calgary,” said Assistant Captain Logan Schuss. “We are chasing them for a playoff spot

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