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National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth (7-5) Lose To Minnesota Swarm 12-5 On March 16 And Delay Clinching Playoff Slot
National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth (7-4) Beat Philadelphia Wings On The Road 16-10 On March 9 To Stay On Top In NLL West
National League Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Washington Stealth’s 17-13 Win Over Colorado Mammoth On Jan 12
A goal with two minutes left in regulation proved to be the difference as the Roughnecks left Everett with a 12-11 victory.
There were fireworks from the opening face-off in this one as two heavyweights, the Stealth’s Jeff Moleski and Calgary’s Geoff Snider dropped the gloves to set the tone for the evening. From that erupted four more fights in the quarter. But following the first quarter outbursts, the two teams combined for just 21 minutes of penalties the rest of the game.
The Roughnecks scored the first two goals of the game, with the Stealth answering with goals from Rhys Duch and Brett Bucktooth. The first quarter ended with the score knotted at two.
The teams traded goal-scoring blows for the remaining 45 minutes of action, ending the second quarter tied at six and the third quarter tied at eight. Stealth goaltender Tyler Richards was stellar in goal all night, making 39 of his career-high 59 saves in the first half.
“Tyler was amazing for us tonight,” said Stealth assistant coach Art Webster. “We should have won this game based on his play. He proved that he’s one of the top goaltenders in the world tonight.”
National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth Announce Final 23-Player Roster For 2012 Season Home Opener On January 14
The roster features many of the names that led the Stealth to back-to-back Western Division titles, with three offseason acquisitions added to the mix.
“The decisions this season were very difficult as we had a tremendously talented group in camp battling for limited number of roster spots,” said Stealth General Manager Doug Locker about dwindling the 37-player training camp roster down to 23. “Our staff made some tough decisions, but ultimately this roster is deep, very talented and one that we feel gives us the opportunity to compete at the top echelon of the league this season.”
On the offensive end, the majority of the group that has led the NLL in scoring the past two seasons remains in tact. The right side continues to be led by two-time NLL All-Pro Rhys Duch and Jeff Zywicki, one of the Stealth’s all-time scoring leaders. Rookie Brett Hickey, who was drafted by the Stealth in the fifth round (43rd overall) of the 2011 NLL Entry Draft, earned his spot as a right-handed forward after an impressive training camp that included a hat trick in a scrimmage against the Colorado Mammoth.
The left side of the offense has four veteran forwards, including All-Pro Lewis Ratcliff, who has more points than any other player in the NLL over the last two seasons. He’s joined by ten-year NLL vet Cam Sedgwick and Cliff Smith, who the Stealth acquired via trade last season. Rounding out the lefties is offseason free agent signing Dean Hill, who spent the last two seasons with the Edmonton Rush.
|3||Jeff Moleski||D||6’1″||205||L||Prince George|
|9||Paul Rabil||T||6’3″||225||R||Gaithersburg, MD|
|18||Kyle Hartzell||T||5’10″||205||R||Dundalk, MD|
|19||Nenad Gajic||T||6’0″||195||R||Burnaby, BC|
|21||Chet Koneczny||T||5’11″||185||L||Truro, NS|
|22||Brett Hickey||F||6’2″||235||R||Windsor, ON|
|23||Mike Grimes||D||6’3″||210||L||Peterborough, ON|
|24||Chris O’Dougherty||D||6’1″||205||R||Kinnelon, NJ|
|25||Eric Martin||D||6’2″||220||L||Norfolk, VA|
|27||Cliff Smith||F||6’3″||200||L||Surrey, BC|
|29||Cam Sedgwick||F||6’0″||190||L||Vancouver, BC|
|32||Chris Seidel||G||6’3″||240||R||Coquitlam, BC|
|41||Bob Snider||T||6’0″||205||R||Calgary, AB|
|42||Lewis Ratcliff||F||6’1″||200||L||Victoria, BC|
|44||Chris McElroy||D||6’1″||185||R||Orillia, ON|
|47||Jason Bloom||T||6’1″||200||R||Vancouver, BC|
|67||Jeff Zywicki||F||5’9″||195||R||Nepean, ON|
|73||Dean Hill||F||6’3″||225||L||Hagersville, ON|
|97||Kyle Ross||D||6’3″||190||R||Port Coquitlam, BC|
National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth Defeat Toronto Rock 14-13 In Overtime Dec 10 On “Great Night For NLL”
National League Lacrosse: Washington Stealth Lacrosse Players Paul Rabil, Lewis Ratcliff And Rhys Duch Train At Everett Perfomance Center (Video)
During the season, the Stealth get top-notch performance training from the specialists at Everett Performance Center. Hear from Stealth players Paul Rabil, Lewis Ratcliff and Rhys Duch on the important role performance training plays in their performance on the floor.