Colorado Mammoth Win 2022 NLL Cup Game Recap

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PLAYOFFS
WK
1
Fri, May 6
FINAL/OT
Thunderbirds
13
Rock
14
Fri, May 6
FINAL
Mammoth
16
Roughnecks
12
Sat, May 7
FINAL
FireWolves
5
Bandits
10
Sat, May 7
FINAL
Wings
8
Seals
9
PLAYOFFS
WK
2
Fri, May 13
FINAL
Mammoth
14
Seals
12
Sun, May 15
FINAL
Rock
17
Bandits
18
PLAYOFFS
WK
3
Sat, May 21
FINAL
Bandits
10
Rock
9
Sat, May 21
FINAL/OT
Seals
11
Mammoth
10
PLAYOFFS
WK
4
Sat, May 28
FINAL
Mammoth
15
Seals
13
PLAYOFFS
WK
5
Sat, Jun 4
FINAL
Mammoth
14
Bandits
15
PLAYOFFS
WK
6
Sat, Jun 11
FINAL
Bandits
8
Mammoth
11
PLAYOFFS
WK
7
Sat, Jun 18
FINAL
Mammoth
10
Bandits
8
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Six Nations Routs Coquitlam In Game 3, Narrows Series Lead To 2-1

NLL prospects in action as Arrows rout Adanacs with 19-5 win at the LEC

 

After being held to a combined 12 goals in the first two games of the series, Six Nations showed they’re more than capable of finding the back of the net. With NLL players and prospects in action for both teams, the Arrows scored a playoff-high 19 goals to take Game 3 of the Minto Cup at Langley Events Centre by a score of 19-5 against the Coquitlam Adanacs.

“Our backs were against the wall and the boys responded,” said Arrows head coach Marshall Abrams. “We’re very happy with our play and we just have to keep it going for Game 4.”

In a game that saw 15 game misconducts and 54 penalties, the rough play seemed to favor Six Nations, who were using their aggressiveness to frustrate the Adanacs and forcing them to take some early penalties.

“In the first two games, we took too many penalties and were undisciplined,” said Abrams. “This time we were heavy on the cross-check and took it on the chin when we had to and answered on the scoreboard.”

The Arrows scored two shorthanded goals and another three times on the powerplay, as they outshot the Adanacs 48-42.

“I know we’ll expect a better game from Coquitlam tomorrow night,” Abrams added. “They’re going to come out hungry and we have to match that intensity right off the bat.”

Arrows captain, Johnny Powless led the way with a game-high seven points (2+5), Joseph Maracle had six points and Josh Johnson delivered with a five goal performance.

“We needed that win,” said Powless. “The guys believed in each other and we came together tonight and played like a team.”

“That was a big game for me,” said Arrows goaltender Doug Jamieson. “I didn’t play my best the first two games, so it was nice to make some big saves and see the guys step up and score some goals.”

For the Adanacs, the team still leads the series 2-1 and know that the battle is far from over.

“It’s just one game,” said Coquitlam head coach Neil Doddridge. “They all can’t go the right way and this one obviously didn’t. We’re not down 2-1, we’re up 2-1. As of right now, we’re closer to winning the series than they are.”

Click here for the boxscore and watch highlights from Game 3 here.

Coquitlam leads the best-of-seven series 2-1 with Game 4 of the Minto Cup set for Wednesday at 11 p.m. ET at Langley Events Centre.

NLL players:
Johnny Powless (Six Nations & Rochester Knighthawks)
Don Alton (Six Nations & Philadelphia Wings)
Wenster Green (Six Nations & Rochester Knighthawks)
Peter Dubenski (Coquitlam & Calgary Roughnecks)
Taylor Northway (Coquitlam & Rochester Knighthawks)

NLL draft prospects:
Eli McLaughlin (Coquitlam- eligible for 2014 NLL Draft)
Wes Berg (Coquitlam- eligible for 2015 NLL Draft)

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