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Saturday, January 16, 2016

SASKATOON (CP) - Corey Small scored five times as the Vancouver Stealth toppled the Saskatchewan Rush 13-11 on Friday night in National Lacrosse League action at the SaskTel Centre.

It was the first-ever professional lacrosse game played in Saskatchewan after the NLL-champion Rush relocated from Edmonton this summer.

Jordan Durston, Joel McCready and Rhys Duch all had a pair of goals for the Stealth (1-1). Travis Cornwall and Logan Schuss had the others, with Eric Penney making 36 saves for the win in net.

Chris Corbeil and Robert Church both scored hat tricks for Saskatchewan (1-1). Zack Greer and Curtis Knight struck twice each, with Mark Matthews adding the other. Aaron Bold turned away 23 shots in the loss.

Vancouver scored three times on four power plays, with the Rush converting twice on three chances with the man advantage.

The attendance was 9,147.