News

Next
  • 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

  • Vancouver, BC (Friday, January 12, 2018) – The Vancouver Stealth are set to go on a two-game road trip which first sees them visit the Buffalo Bandits inside the Keybank Center on Saturday night.“A road game in a tough environment might be what the doctor ordered for Vancouver right now,” said play-by-play commentator Jake Elliott. “There is a good chance we might see some line up changes which should give some new opportunities to some guys. It will also be fun to watch the dynamic betw

  • Vancouver, BC (Saturday, January 6, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (0-4) lost to the Toronto Rock (2-2) 24-7, on Saturday night. The Stealth were only able to muster up one goal in the first 30 minutes of the game. Vancouver had an energy boost in the form of three separate fracases that sparked the Langley Events Centre faithful. The charge helped lead the Stealth to 6 more goals to close out the final 30 minutes of play. Logan Schuss had a pair. Pete McFetridge, Corey Small, Evan Messenger a

  • Vancouver, BC (Friday, January 5, 2017) – The Vancouver Stealth (0-3) host the Toronto Rock (1-2) for the only time in the 2017-18 NLL regular season on Saturday night. The Stealth are coming off a tumultuous trip to New England that saw snowstorms, lost luggage and another marker in the incorrect column of the NLL standings. Vancouver looks to shake off their early season missteps and get their first win of the season.“Our team is pumped to be in front of our great fans inside Langley Even

  • Uncasville, CT (Friday, December 29, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-3) treated their fans to one of the most entertaining games of the young National Lacrosse League season.  Between a troubled travel schedule and losing their leading goal scorer Logan Schuss to work commitments, the Stealth found the deck stacked against them even before entering the Mohegan Sun Casino, but that did not stop them from rolling the dice on their offensive runs. Vancouver opened the first with a pair of goa

  • Vancouver, BC (Thursday, December 28, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-2) visit the New England Black Wolves (1-1) for the only time in the 2017-18 NLL regular season this Friday. The Stealth are coming off a bye-week and are in search of their first win of the young season. In Week 1, they dropped their Home Opener to Colorado and then came up short a week later in Calgary. Week 2’s loss came even though Logan Schuss looked possessed against the Roughnecks, putting up five goals includi

  •   Vancouver, BC (Friday, December 15, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-2) visited the Scotiabank Saddledome to take on their western rival Roughnecks (1-1) on Friday night.Both teams had difficulties with their offence in Week 1, but early action insured that would not be the case in Week 2.Calgary opened the first quarter with 5 of the first 6 goals of the game, finishing the opening frame 6-4. The teams swapped a pair of goals in the second, while the Roughnecks had another 6-goal perform

  • Vancouver, BC (Thursday, December 14, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-1) are set to take on the Calgary Roughnecks (0-1) in their first road game of the 2017-18 NLL season.  The Stealth are coming off a Home Opener loss to Colorado, in a game where the Mammoth were able to do something that no other team has done before in NLL history, leave both Corey Small and Rhys Duch without a goal. “We are looking to bounce back after a disappointing first game,” said Head Coach and Assistant Ge

  • Vancouver, BC (Friday, December 8, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth (0-1) dropped their home opener to the Colorado Mammoth (1-0), 15-8.  The Mammoth opened the scoring nearly three minutes into the first quarter when Justin Salt and Logan Schuss answered back for the Stealth. The teams traded goals ending the first, tied 5-5. The goals dried up for Vancouver, while Colorado was able to score four in the second and six in the third while the Stealth were only able to muster three goals in th

  • Vancouver, BC (Wednesday, December 6, 2017) –  The Vancouver Stealth look to open NLL Faceoff Weekend with a win over an old foe. On Friday, December 8, the Stealth begin their 2017/18 regular season against the Colorado Mammoth, the same team that ousted their Champion’s Cup aspirations in the spring. During the 2017 regular season, the Stealth held a 3-1 series record against Colorado, outscoring their opponent 47-32. “The 2017/18 season is here and what a way to start against our riva

Next
Sponsors
More Sponsors