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National Lacrosse League: 10 Things To Know For Week 10

via NLL press release

Eight-Game Schedule Includes Three East vs East, Three West vs. West Matchups, Two Inter-Conference, Two NLL Games of the Week Saturday on TSN

PHILADELPHIA, February 2, 2023 – The National Lacrosse League (@NLL), the world’s largest and most successful professional lacrosse league, features a full slate of eight games, with every club competing (Colorado draws the two-game swing, hosting Georgia on Friday at 9 p.m. ET/7p.m. MT and visiting Las Vegas on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT, both on ESPN+, TSN+). NLL Game of the Week on TSN features a Saturday doubleheader, with New York traveling to Toronto (7 p.m. ET, also ESPN+) and Saskatchewan at Vancouver (10 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. PT, also ESPN+).

Here are 10 things to know about the NLL for Week 10:

  • The NLL’s “Every Child Matters” initiative continues with teams developing local efforts in support of the cause:
  • The Buffalo Bandits will honor the indigenous history behind the game of lacrosse and celebrate the rich culture of its local native communities during Native American Heritage Night presented by Seneca Resorts and Casinos on Saturday at KeyBank Center. In celebration of the night, the Dëdwa:d dance troupe will perform traditional Native American dances and a group from Seneca Girls Lacrosse will play on the field at halftime. Bandits players will visit that team in the lead-up to the game. Native artist Jacky Snyder will be creating custom-made beaded medallions for players to wear before the game. American Legion-Iroquois Post #1587, comprised of all women, will present the colors prior to anthems.
  • The Calgary Roughnecks will air a video of team members playing lacrosse with Siksika youth at the Deerfoot Sportsplex in Alberta. Another video of an interview with Stacey Running Rabbit (of Siksika Nation), who has seven sons who play lacrosse, will also be aired in-game and on social media and the team website. Additionally, Stacey Running Rabbit will be the Royal Lepage Rockstar of the Game, dancers and drummers from Siksika will perform at halftime presented by TD and the Roughnecks are providing Siksika Health Services with 50 tickets to the game.
  • continues to have resources to learn more about residential schools at its public NLL Unites site.
  • In addition to the NLL Game of the Week on TSN and full coverage across ESPN+, six games this week will be simulcast locally in the U.S.: Las Vegas (KVMY Ch. 21); Albany (WYNA My4); Philadelphia (NBC Sports Philadelphia), Colorado (Altitude Sports, two games) and Panther City (Bally Sports Southwest)
  • ESPN2 has added a game to its linear schedule, as the February 17 contest between Saskatchewan and West Conference leader San Diego from Pechanga Arena will be broadcast on the network beginning at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT. It is one of eight regular season NLL games remaining on ESPN’s slate across ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPNews.
  • The NLL is among dozens of leading sports and health organizations endorsing the Protecting Student Athletes from Concussions Act, introduced this week by U.S. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) to strengthen elementary and secondary school procedures for preventing, identifying, and treating student-athletes who sustain concussions. Other major sports leagues on board are the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA, NWSL, PHF and more.
  • A blockbuster trade went down this week as the Vancouver Warriors sent its leading scorer, Mitch Jones (Delta, B.C.) (11 goals, 24 assists) to Philadelphia for defender Steph Charbonneau (Montreal, QC) plus a 2023 first-round draft pick and a 2024 second-round selection (from San Diego).
  • The Seals and YMCA of San Diego are partnering to host weekly lacrosse clinics to significantly enhance access to the sport of lacrosse in under-resourced communities in the San Diego region. High quality weekly lacrosse clinics take place at eight YMCA branches to introduce the sport to more children and generate greater interest in the sport.
  • Some milestones players eclipsed last week include:
  • Buffalo forward Kyle Buchanan (Nepean, Ont.) now has 201 goals after scoring two vs. Philadelphia
  • Buffalo goaltender Matt Vinc (St. Catharines, Ont.) passed Shawn Williams for 10th place and Anthony Cosmo for 9th place on the all-time list with 260 games played after starting both games in net vs. Philadelphia and New York
  • Las Vegas forward Rob Hellyer (Lions Head, Ont.) now has 402 assists after recording four vs. Saskatchewan
  • New York forward Reilly O’Connor (Whitby, Ont.) now has 100 career goals after a tally vs Buffalo
  • Panther City forward Callum Crawford (Ottawa, Ont.) passed Shawn Williams for ninth place on the all-time list with 1,154 points
  • Philadelphia defenseman/transition player Trevor Baptiste (Denville, N.J.) now has 1,007 faceoff wins, becoming the 13th player to reach 1,000, with 16 vs. Buffalo
  • Toronto forward Stephen Keogh (Toronto, Ont.) now has 501 loose ball recoveries after grabbing three vs. Calgary
  • Toronto goaltender Nick Rose (Orangeville, Ont.) passed Aaron Bold for 6th on the all-time wins list with 86 following the victory over Calgary
  • Colorado forward Rhys Duch (Victoria, B.C.) now has 601 assists after recording two vs. San Diego
  • San Diego forward Dane Dobbie (Elora, Ont.) became the 13th player in league history to reach 1,000 points (now 1,001) with his four-goal, two-assist effort vs Colorado
  • Saskatchewan forward Matthew Dinsdale (Coquitlam, B.C.) now has 100 goals after netting one vs. Las Vegas
  • Saskatchewan forward Ryan Keenan (Oshawa, Ont.) now has 302 points after logging a goal and five assists vs. Las Vegas
  • Vancouver forward Riley Loewen (Burnaby, B.C.) now has 300 points after a two-goal, one-assist game vs. Panther City
  • Some milestones players may reach this week include:
  • Albany defenseman Greg Downing (Auburn, N.Y.) needs one game played to reach 200 and three loose ball recoveries to reach 1,000
  • Albany goaltender Doug Jamieson (Ohsweken, Ont.) needs 29 saves to reach 2000
  • Calgary defenseman Jeff Cornwall (Coquitlam, B.C.) needs seven loose ball recoveries to reach 600
  • Calgary defenseman Curtis Manning (New Westminster, B.C.) needs four loose ball recoveries to reach 700
  • Calgary forward Josh Currier (Peterborough, Ont.) now has 100 goals after scoring for his new team vs. Toronto
  • Colorado forward Connor Robinson (New Westminster, B.C.) needs one point to reach 100
  • Colorado forward Rhys Duch (Victoria, B.C.) needs one point to pass Mark Steenhuis for 11th on the all-time list with 1,014
  • Georgia forward Brendan Bomberry (Six Nations, Ont.) needs three points to reach 100
  • Georgia transition player Bryan Cole (Oakville, Ont.) needs three points to reach 100
  • Halifax forward Ryan Benesch (Elmira, Ont.) needs two loose ball recoveries to reach 1,200
  • Halifax forward Cody Jamieson (Six Nations, Ont.) needs five loose ball recoveries to reach 700
  • Halifax forward Clarke Petterson (Toronto, Ont.) needs six assists to reach 100
  • New York forward Jeff Teat (Brampton, Ont.) needs one assist to reach 100
  • New York defenseman Damon Edwards (Toronto) needs one point for 100
  • Panther City forward Callum Crawford (Ottawa, Ont.) needs nine loose ball recoveries for 1000
  • Philadelphia defenseman John Ranagan (Yorktown, N.Y.) needs five loose ball recoveries to reach 400
  • Philadelphia goaltender Angus Goodleaf (Kahanwake, Que.) needs 16 minutes played to reach 2,000
  • Philadelphia defenseman Chad Tutton (Courtice, Ont.) needs one game played to reach 100
  • Rochester forward Holden Cattoni (Calgary, Alb.) needs one loose ball recovery to reach 300
  • San Diego forward Kevin Crowley (New Westminster, B.C.) needs six points to reach 800 in his career.
  • San Diego defenseman Jesse Gamble (Rockwood, Ont.) needs one game played to reach 100
  • San Diego forward Austin Staats (Six Nations, Ont.) needs two assists to reach 100
  • Saskatchewan defenseman Ryan Dilks (Edmonton, Alb.) needs five points to reach 100
  • Saskatchewan forward Ryan Keenan (Oshawa, Ont.) needs four assists to reach 200
  • Toronto forward Dan Dawson (Oakville, Ont.) needs eight points to become the second player in NLL history to reach 1,500 in his career (John Tavares is the other)
  • Toronto forward Tom Schreiber (East Meadow, N.Y.) needs two points to reach 400
  • Vancouver forward Shawn Evans (Peterborough, Ont.) needs six assists to pass Colin Doyle for fourth place all-time with 858

Schedule – Week 10 (All Times Eastern)


Swarm (0-4) @ Mammoth (3-2), 9pm, ESPN+, TSN+


Roughnecks (3-3) @ Thunderbirds (4-3), 6pm, ESPN+, TSN+

FireWolves (2-3) @ Wings (2-4), 7pm, ESPN+, TSN+

Riptide (1-5) @ Rock (5-2), 7pm, ESPN+, NLL Game of the Week on TSN

Knighthawks (6-1) @ Bandits (6-2), 7:30pm, ESPN+, TSN+

Rush (3-2) @ Warriors (1-6), 10pm, ESPN+, NLL Game of the Week on TSN

Panther City (4-3) @ Seals (5-1), 10pm, ESPN+, TSN+

Mammoth (3-2*) @ Desert Dogs (1-5), 10:30pm, ESPN+, TSN+

*pending Friday result

About the National Lacrosse League

The National Lacrosse League (NLL) is North America’s premier professional lacrosse league. Founded in 1986, the NLL ranks third in average attendance for pro indoor sports worldwide, behind only the NHL and NBA. The League is comprised of 15 franchises across the United States and Canada: Albany FireWolves, Buffalo Bandits, Calgary Roughnecks, Colorado Mammoth, Georgia Swarm, Halifax Thunderbirds, Las Vegas Desert Dogs, New York Riptide, Panther City Lacrosse Club (TX), Philadelphia Wings, Rochester Knighthawks, San Diego Seals, Saskatchewan Rush, Toronto Rock, and Vancouver Warriors.

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