Realty One



Sunday, March 26, 2017


DENVER - Jeremy Noble had four goals, including a natural hat trick, and three assists to lead the Colorado Mammoth past the Saskatchewan Rush 14-11 on Saturday night in National Lacrosse League action.

Zack Greer and Callum Crawford both scored three times and added three assists for Colorado (7-6), while Jacob Ruest struck twice. Stephen Keogh and Eli McLaughlin each had a goal and three assists apiece. Dillon Ward made 46 saves for the win.

Robert Church had three goals and an assist for Saskatchewan (8-3), while Mark Matthews had a pair of goals and four assists. Matthew Dinsdale and Ben McIntosh each had two goals and two assists, while Adam Jones and Adrian Sorichetti rounded out the attack. Aaron Bold stopped 33 shots in net.

The Mammoth were 5 for 9 on the power play and the Rush went 1 for 3.


3RD and 1 said...

I know absolutely nothing about this game. What I do know is... Taking 9 penalties versus the other teams 3 is usually going to cost you. As it apparently did in this game.

Anonymous said...

Headlines! Saskatchewan Rush, all they do is win! OOPS!

Anonymous said...

Those helmets Mammoth are hideous

Anonymous said...

tuff back-back! rush held their own,tied @ 10 late,fatigue may have crept worries rush tied for 1st with 2 games in hand!

bobd said...

Not their regular helmets. The helmets were colored by children with cancer. Last night's game was a benefit for Cancer research.

Anonymous said...

Rush lose again proving they cant win on the road anymore losses the fan support will begin to dwindle aka blades

Jim said...

Hey Regina, The Rush are holding a lacrosse camp in Regina with the likes of Mark Matthews, Ryan Keenan, Adrian Sorichetti and head coach Derek Keenan on April 23rd. go check it out. Go to the Rush web site for more details.