STEALTH FOCUSED ON TWO-GAME ROAD TRIP
Vancouver, BC - The Vancouver Stealth (0-4) lost to the Toronto Rock (2-2) 24-7, on Saturday night.
The Stealth were only able to muster up one goal in the first 30 minutes of the game. Vancouver had an energy boost in the form of three separate fracases that sparked the Langley Events Centre faithful. The charge helped lead the Stealth to 6 more goals to close out the final 30 minutes of play.
Logan Schuss had a pair. Pete McFetridge, Corey Small, Evan Messenger and Tony Malcom had the lone markers for Vancouver.
The Stealth look to focus on their next two road games including a visit to Buffalo in Week 6 and then a trip to Denver on January 26, 2018. Vancouver will play two games in Week 7 including a return home on January 27, 2018 against the defending NLL Champions, the Georgia Swarm.
Tickets to the next home game are still available including single game tickets, 3 and 5 game Flex Packs and Boston Pizza Packs, which feature four tickets, one large pizza, four soft drinks and a cactus cut appetizer for $99 at all local Boston Pizzas. The Stealth are also offering Group Promotions for 10 or more tickets at a discounted rate.
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