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ABOUT THE CANNONS (0-3): Max Siebald is three shy of 30 two-point goals in his career. Only Paul Rabil (44), Matt Danowski (30) and Jeremy Sieverts (30) have more two-pointers than him among active players. This week is the 99th game of his career.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • James Pannell: 10 goals, one assist, 11 points
  • Davey Emala: Three goals, three assists, six points
  • Sergio Perkovic: Five goals

ABOUT THE LAUNCH (2-1): Steven Brooks is 10 goals shy of 150 for his career. 60 of his 140 career goals have come with the Launch. Also Connor Buczek is 11 points shy of 100 for his career. He has 55 goals, 13 two-pointers and 21 assists in 35 career games since 2015.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Ryan Drenner: Five goals, six assists, 11 points
  • Dylan Molloy: Seven goals, two assists, nine points
  • Nick Mariano: Five goals, two assists, seven points
  • Austin Kaut: 2-1, 10.00 goals against average, .634 save percentage

 

ScoreShot (3)-6

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ABOUT THE RATTLERS (3-1): Ty Thompson (14 G) is two goals shy of matching his career high for goals in a season and his 15 points are seven shy of his career high. He scored at least three goals in each of his last three games.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Jordan Wolf: 15 goals, nine assists, 24 points
  • Ty Thompson: 14 goals, one assist, 15 points
  • Chris Bocklet: Five goals, four assists, nine points
  • Ned Crotty: Four goals, two assists, six points

ABOUT THE MACHINE (1-1): Marcus Holman broke the league record for goals in a single game with 11 in Week 2 vs. the Lizards. In last week’s loss to the Hounds, he was limited to no goals, one assist and one shot on goal. It marked his lowest point total in a game since also posting one assist vs. the Rattlers on 5/6/17.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Marcus Holman: 11 goals, one assist, 12 points
  • Tom Schreiber: Three goals, seven assists, 10 points
  • Kyle Harrison: Four goals, three assists, seven points
  • Connor Cannizzaro: Four goals, one assist, five points

 

ScoreShot (4)-4

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ABOUT THE BLAZE (2-1): Deemer Class matched the all-time record for TWO-point goals in a single game with three last week at New York. He became the first player to score three two-pointers since Chesapeake’s Kyle Dixon on 4/27/13 and was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week. His nine points were the most by a Blaze player since Randy Staats also had nine points on 5/14/16.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Deemer Class: 11 goals, four two-point goals, one assist, 16 points
  • Kevin Rice: Five goals, nine assists, 14 points
  • Matt Gibson: Nine goals, one assist, 10 points
  • Matt Mackrides: Three goals, six assists, nine points

ABOUT THE CANNONS (1-3): Max Siebald scored twice from beyond the two-point line on Thursday and is now one shy of 30 two-point goals in his career. Only Paul Rabil (44), Matt Danowski (30) and Jeremy Sieverts (30) have more two-pointers than him among active players. This week is the 100th game of his career.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • James Pannell: 10 goals, two assists, 12 points
  • Max Seibald: Five goals, three two-point goals, eight points
  • Davey Emala: Four goals, three assists, seven points
  • Sergio Perkovic: Five goals

 

ScoreShot (5)-5

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ABOUT THE BAYHAWKS (1-2): Matt Danowski scored the 220th goal of his career Week 1 vs DAL in his 118th career game. He is now 10 points shy of 400 for his career. Only five other players in league history have eclipsed 400 points in a career (John Grant Jr., Paul Rabil, Casey Powell, Ryan Boyle, Joe Walters). 

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Colin Heacock: Seven goals, three assists, 10 points
  • Myles Jones: Three goals, six assists, nine points
  • Matt Abbott: Five goals, three assists, eight points
  • Ryan Tucker: Four goals

ABOUT THE OUTLAWS (1-3): The Outlaws have lost three of their first four games for the second time in three years. In 2016, they started 1-3 but won the last six games of the regular season and won the Championship.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Kavanagh: 14 goals, five assists, 19 points
  • Eric Law: Eight goals, five assists, 13 points
  • Jeremy Sieverts: Seven goals, two assists, nine points
  • Cam Milligan: Four goals, three assists, seven points

 

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