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National Lacrosse League: Colorado Mammoth Releases 2014 Schedule Featuring 18 Regular-Season Games Opening On December 28


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The Colorado Mammoth announced today that it will open its 12th season in the National Lacrosse League at home against the Edmonton Rush on Saturday, December 28 at 7pm MT. The game kicks off the NLL’s 2014 campaign, one in which teams will play a record 18 regular-season games (up from 16).

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National Lacrosse League: “2014 NLL Schedule” Released Featuring Expanded 81-Game Season Opening On Dec 28 With Three Face Off Games


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The National Lacrosse League has announced the schedule for the 2014 NLL regular season. As the 28th season of professional indoor lacrosse, the new 81-game schedule has expanded from 16 to 18 games per team this year and will open on Saturday, Dec. 28 with three Face Off 2014 games.

2014 NLL Schedule Week 1 to 6

2014 NLL Schedule Week 7 to 12

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National Lacrosse League: Vancouver Stealth Unveil New NLL Logo For 2014 Season


Vancouver Stealth Unveil New Logo

The Vancouver Stealth are settled into their new home at the Langley Events Centre and with just one month until the annual National Lacrosse League draft, the team has unveiled its new logo. The new brand features the familiar ‘Stealth’ font emblazoned in grey with a red trim accompanied by the word mark ‘Vancouver’.
The new element is the black ‘V’ symbolizing Vancouver which falls behind the traditional lettering,
“We feel it is a very effective logo that adds a new element while maintaining some of the tradition and brand that we have already built,” Stealth President and General Manager Doug Locker added that the black ‘V’ will look very sleek on the club’s yet to be released jerseys.
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National League Lacrosse: Colorado Mammoth Legends #24 John Grant Jr. And #22 Gary Gait Career Comparisons As “The Greatest?”


John Grant vs Gary Gait Greatest NLL Players

National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth Moves To Vancouver After Team Averages An NLL “League-Low 4,184 Attendance” In 2013


The Washington Stealth professional lacrosse team, based in Everett since 2009, is moving to Langley, B.C. for the 2014 season. The Stealth reached the finals of the nine-team National Lacrosse League in three of the past four seasons, including winning the championship in 2010. The team said Thursday in a news release that the business side of running the team in Everett was not working out. “Ultimately, it was time for us to make a business decision to avoid losing the team altogether,”  said David Takata, the team president. This past season, the team averaged a league-low 4,184 fans per game.

The Washington Stealth professional lacrosse team, based in Everett since 2009, is moving to Langley, B.C. for the 2014 season.
The Stealth reached the finals of the nine-team National Lacrosse League in three of the past four seasons, including winning the championship in 2010.
The team said Thursday in a news release that the business side of running the team in Everett was not working out.
“Ultimately, it was time for us to make a business decision to avoid losing the team altogether,” said David Takata, the team president.
This past season, the team averaged a league-low 4,184 fans per game.

National League Lacrosse: Video “Slow Motion” Highlights Of NLL Championship Game Between Washington Stealth And Rochester Nighthawks


Incredible “Slow Motion” Video Highlights of Rochester Nighthawks 11-10 win over the Washington Stealth on May 11 to win 2013 NLL Championship.

National League Lacrosse: Rochester Knighthawks Hang On To Defeat Washington Stealth 11-10 On May 11 To Win 2013 NLL Championship


Washington Stealth vs Rochester NLL Champions Cup

The Washington Stealth’s bid for a second Champions Cup in four years ran out of steam in the final minutes of Saturday’s NLL Championship Game as the Rochester Knighthawks, led by All-Pro goaltender Matt Vinc, hung on for an 11-10 win to secure their second consecutive title before a sold-out Langley Events Centre in Langley, British Columbia.
For the 5,200 fans that packed Langley’s arena for the first NLL title to be contested in British Columbia, the game proved to be a classic with Washington chasing Rochester throughout the night forcing three ties before the Knighthawks managed to hold down the Stealth and hang on for the win.
But in a game that rarely strayed beyond a one-goal margin, it was the Stealth’s second-half defensive effort, holding Rochester to a single goal while scoring three of its own, that nearly forced a fourth tie and a bid for the title.
“You couldn’t ask for a more exciting game,” said Stealth head coach Chris Hall, whose squad hung with Rochester shot-for-shot putting 31 on Vinc in the first then tightened up its own defense in the second. “It was a great game to watch and was played by two awfully good teams,” Hall said. “Both teams have known since the beginning of this week that it was likely going to be a one goal game today.”
For Rochester, the title made NLL history, as the Knighthawks became the only team since the Toronto Rock in 2002 and 2003 to win back-to-back championships in the past decade.

National League Lacrosse 2013 Playoffs