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03/12/2012, 9:24pm EDT
By NLL.com

Minnesota's Ryan Benesch talks about the Swarm's young goaltending situation

Minnesota's Ryan Benesch will stops by on the NLL Tonight to talk about the Swarm's young goaltending duo of Tyler Carlson (above) and Evan Kirk.  (Photo Credit: Scott Pierson)

Minnesota's Ryan Benesch stops by on the NLL Tonight to talk about the Swarm's young goaltending duo of Tyler Carlson (above) and Evan Kirk. (Photo Credit: Scott Pierson)

The Philadelphia Wings sit atop the East and the Calgary Roughnecks complete the sweep, welcome to the NLL Tonight on National Lacrosse League Radio, presented by Reebok Lacrosse.

Andy McNamara and guest hostess from the Toronto Rock, Shannon Kelly, set up Week 11 as the second half of the season is in full swing. Former number one draft pick and league scoring champion from the Minnesota Swarm, Ryan Benesch, drops by to discuss the Swarm's young goaltending situation, the club's drive to the playoffs, and he answers fan Twitter questions! 

Tighten up your fantasy roster with our NLL Fantasy Game Hot Shot/Shannon's Stud and Freezer Burn picks, which rounds out a jam-packed NLL Tonight!

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