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  • There are various postseason scenarios, but as Vancouver righty Joel McCready says, “if we win, we’re in control.”Saturday’s make-or-break showdown against the Vancouver Stealth at the Langley Events Centre will be one of the easiest travel days of the year for many members of the Calgary Roughnecks. That includes their home games as well.

  • The Vancouver Stealth lost their grasp on a playoff position Saturday night but did add suspense to their game next week. The Stealth’s 16-12 loss in Saskatoon to the Saskatchewan Rush, coupled with the Calgary Roughnecks’ 13-8 win at home over the Buffalo Bandits, meant that the Roughnecks (7-9) leapfrogged the Stealth (6-9) for the third and final postseason spot out of the National Lacrosse League’s West Division for the time being at the very least.

  • The Vancouver Stealth haven’t given up a goal to Saskatchewan Rush star Mark Matthews in two starts this season, which is both a positive and negative stat going into their upcoming visit to Saskatoon. It’s evidence of the Stealth’s improved defence this year, for one thing. It’s also unlikely that Vancouver will be able to keep a player of Matthews’ ilk from finding the back of the net when they head to the SaskTel Centre on Saturday (6:30 p.m., With four game

  • The Vancouver Stealth’s duel with the Calgary Roughnecks for the final playoff spot out of the National Lacrosse League’s West Division added an element Monday, when the Stealth announced the signing of former Roughnecks defender Jon Harnett. Harnett, 28, was released outright by the Roughnecks on March 24, ending a seven-year run with the team, which also includes his brother Greg Harnett, 26, another defender.

  • LEC crew looking to re-boot offence after 13-7 loss last week in TorontoThe Vancouver Stealth are into must wins and scoreboard watching. With five games left in their National Lacrosse League season, the Stealth (5-8) hold down the third and final playoff spot out of the West Division, percentage points in front of the Calgary Roughnecks (5-9). There’s an argument that things are trending Calgary’s way, though. The Stealth host the Toronto Rock (8-5) at the Langley Events Centre Friday (7:3

  • Joel McCready might have solidified a third straight finalist spot for the National Lacrosse League’s teammate of the year award last week alone. The Vancouver Stealth’s feisty, workhorse right-hander, who won the league honour in 2015 and was a runner-up last season, was shifted from an offensive role to a defensive one last week for Vancouver’s 13-10 road win over the Calgary Roughnecks.

  • Defender Beers has one goal, two assists and fight with former junior teammate BergThe Vancouver Stealth switched up their offensive right-handers. Their southpaws keyed changing the team’s fortunes in the end, though. Corey Small notched four goals and four assists while fellow lefty Logan Schuss supplied four markers and two helpers to lead the Stealth to a 13-10 road win over the Calgary Roughnecks on Saturday night.

  • The Vancouver Stealth didn’t have many answers for Mark Matthews and the Saskatchewan Rush last night. (Photo: Josh Schaefer) The situation for the Buffalo Bandits is quite dire, to put it mildly. It’s not much better for the Vancouver Stealth. Both are working desperately to claw their way out from the basement of their respective National Lacrosse League division standings but the problem for both on Saturday was, they both lost.

  • Most NLL fans will know that Tye Belanger has paid his dues in full and will be happy to see him succeed during one of the best phases of his six-year career. The Vancouver goaltender has the second-best save percentage among all NLL goalies, .794, trailing only Colorado’s Dillon Ward, .804, heading into a game in Toronto on Saturday as the Stealth continue to pursue their first playoff berth in the four years they have played out of the Langley Events Centre.

  • You can never have enough of a good thing. It’s a logical conclusion, and one Vancouver Stealth netminder Tye Belanger would endorse – especially when it comes to playing time. The 26-year-old goalie is a big reason the Stealth are battling for a playoff spot in the National Lacrosse League, as he’s taken on the bulk of the crease work the past month. “I spent (what) seems like five, six years as a backup goalie, paying my dues and learning my way from guys I’m behind,” said Belanger

  • Cliff Smith’s return to the Vancouver Stealth roster for another year was a bit delayed, but he’s glad to still be in the mix with the National Lacrosse League squad.Smith, a Surrey native, re-signed with the local pro team on Jan. 25, four games into the current season, his sixth with the franchise.

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