Vancouver, BC (Friday, September 12, 2014) – The Vancouver Stealth announced that the team has acquired transition player Kyle Belton from Connecticut in exchange for forward Jamie Lincoln, along with the signing of free-agent Brandon Smith, pending league approval.
Belton, 27, split time last year with the Philadelphia Wings and Toronto Rock. In eight games, he scored two points and collected 30 loose balls. In his rookie year, Belton, scored five points and collected 56 loose balls in 13 games with the Rock in 2013.
The Langley native was drafted in the third round, 27th overall in the 2012 NLL Entry Draft by Toronto.
Belton plays his summer lacrosse with the Langley Thunder of the Western Lacrosse Association, where he’s played in two Mann Cups.
Lincoln played two seasons in Colorado before signing as a free-agent with Vancouver. In 7 games with Stealth last season, he scored 11 points and collected 13 loose balls.
Along with Belton and Smith, the Stealth have been busy this off-season, acquiring some fresh, new faces. The team picked up Dane Stevens and Tyler Hass in a trade last month with Minnesota. Vancouver also signed free-agent defenseman Tyler Burton along with rookies Caleb Wiles and Johnnie Rae earlier this summer.
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