The Calgary Roughnecks, Toronto Rock and Vancouver Stealth open their 2014 NLL seasons with two games in Week #2.
The 2014 NLL regular season, the 28th year of professional indoor lacrosse featuring the world's best players, opened on Saturday, Dec. 28 with six teams in action. With the new year underway, three more teams began their seasons this past weekend with two Face Off 2014 games on the schedule.
The Toronto Rock hosted the Calgary Roughnecks at Air Canada Centre on Friday, Jan. 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET for an season-opening matchup of 2013 regular season division champions live on YouTube via The Lacrosse Network.
The next night, the Vancouver Stealth opened a new era and their schedule by visiting the Colorado Mammoth at Pepsi Center on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET. The game aired live on TSN2 in Canada, ESPN3 for U.S. subscribers, RDS2, Altitude, and on YouTube via TLN outside North America.
NLL Week #2 Schedule
Calgary Roughnecks 11 at Toronto Rock 16
Friday, Jan. 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET
Click here to watch CGY at TOR on YouTube via The Lacrosse Network
Vancouver Stealth 12 at Colorado Mammoth 13
Saturday, Jan. 4 at 9 p.m. ET
Click here to watch VAN at COL on YouTube via The Lacrosse Network
Also aired live on TSN2 across Canada and on ESPN3 and Altitude2 (DIRECTV channel 682 and Dish Network channel 410). In addition, game available live on TSN Mobile TV while French-language coverage of the NLL games is available on RDS2 (see RDS.ca for full broadcast schedule).
Check out YouTube.com/NLL for in-game highlights, behind-the-scenes footage, top plays and more exclusive content from around the league. Visit YouTube.com/TLN to watch live NLL games, Google+ Hangouts with NLL players, highlights and other special footage on The Lacrosse Network.
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