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Vancouver Stealth Sign Suitor

November 22, 2017 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) - Vancouver Stealth News Release

Vancouver, BC - The Vancouver Stealth have announced today they have signed free agent Andrew Suitor to a one-year contract, pending league approval.

"I am over-the-moon and super excited to be a part of the Stealth organization and the Lower Mainland community and I am looking forward to being a part of something special," said Andrew Suitor. "I have a lot left to give and I am looking forward to the opportunity to show everyone in Vancouver what I am capable of."

Suitor is a seven-year veteran in the National Lacrosse League, previously playing for the Rochester Knighthawks, New England Blackwolves and Minnesota Swarm. He was drafted in the 1st Round (4th overall) in the 2010 NLL Entry Draft by Minnesota. He has appeared in 86 games scoring 45 goals, 40 assists 85 points and has 273 penalty minutes. He was the NLL Transition Player of the Year and named to the All-Pro First Team in 2012. In 2011, he was named to the All-Rookie Team.

"Andrew is a warrior, he is an experienced veteran that can transition the ball and score," said Head Coach and Assistant General Manager Jamie Batley. "He is one of those guys that puts it all on the line, game in and game out and we are excited to have him on our roster."

The Stealth are currently offering Season Ticket Membership, single game tickets, Party Deck tickets and now Boston Pizza Fan Packs, which feature four tickets, one large pizza, four soft drinks and an appetizer for $99 at all local Boston Pizzas. They open their regular season on Friday, December 8, 2017 against the Colorado Mammoth. Stay up-to-date with all breaking news and ticketing information by visiting

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