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ABOUT THE BAYHAWKS (2-2): Last week at Denver the Bayhawks scored 13 points in the third quarter. It marked the most points posted by an MLL team in any single quarter in league history. The previous record was 12 points by the 2004 Barrage and 2007 Rattlers. The 24 points total marked the franchise’s most in a single game since a 25-12 win at TOR on 5/22/10.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Myles Jones: Six goals, one two-point goal, seven assists, 14 points
  • Colin Heacock: Eight goals, five assists, 13 points
  • Steele Stanwick: Six goals, assist, seven points
  • Josh Byrne: Four goals, two assists, six points

ABOUT THE CANNONS (1-3): Former Bucknell attackman Will Sands tallied five points in each of the first two games of his pro career last week (6 goals, 4 assists). He already has the third-most points on the team and is tied with James Pannell for the most games this season with at least three goals (2).

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • James Pannell: 11 goals, five assists, 16 points
  • Max Seibald: Seven goals, four two-point goals, one assist, 12 points
  • Will Sands: Six goals, four assists, 10 points
  • Davey Emala: Four goals, three assists, seven points

 

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ABOUT THE LIZARDS (1-3): Paul Rabil has 536 career points through 126 games. He needs just five points (541) to tie John Grant, Jr. as the top point scorer in league history. Rabil’s 289 career goals are also second to Grant (333). In Week 2 he recorded the 200th assist of his career, becoming the fifth player in league history to reach that mark.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Rob Pannell: 12 goals, 15 assists, 27 points
  • Will Manny: 13 goals, six assists, 19 points
  • Mike Bocklet: 10 goals, two assists, 12 points
  • Paul Rabil: Six goals, four assists, 10 points

ABOUT THE LAUNCH (2-2): The Launch are expected to dress attackman Jules Heninburg, the seventh-overall pick in the 2018 Collegiate Draft from Rutgers. In 15 games for the Scarlet Knights this year he had 37 goals and a career-high 72 points. He finished
his career with the second-most points in program history (207).

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Dylan Molly: Nine goals, two assists, 11 points
  • Ryan Drenner: Five goals, six assists, 11 points
  • Nick Mariano: Seven goals, two assists, nine points
  • Austin Kaut: 2-2, 10.50 goals against average, .615 save percentage

 

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ABOUT THE BLAZE (3-1): Kevin Rice was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 4 after scoring a career-high nine points (4 goals, 4 assists) at Boston. He joined Randy Staats (5/14/16) and Deemer Class (5/6/18) as the only Blaze players to ever record nine points in a game. He has 19 points (6 G, 12 A) over his last three games, all Atlanta wins.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Kevin Rice: Nine goals, one two-point goal, 13 assists, 23 points
  • Deemer Class: 12 goals, five two-point goals, one assist, 18 points
  • Matt Gibson: 11 goals, two assists, 13 points
  • Scott Ratliff: Two goals, one two-point goal, one assist, four points

ABOUT THE RATTLERS (3-2): Chris Bocklet is just one point away from 175 career points. He has recorded at least one point in each of his last five games and is also nine assists shy of 50 in his career. This week marks his first game against Atlanta after posting 28 points in 11 games for them last season.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Jordan Wolf: 15 goals, nine assists, 24 points
  • Ty Thompson: 16 goals, one assist, 17 points
  • Ryan McNamara: Seven goals, two two-point goals, five assists, 14 points
  • Chris Bocklet: Five goals, five assists, 10 points

 

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ABOUT THE HOUNDS (4-0): The Hounds have started the season 4-0 for the first time in franchise history and are the only undefeated team remaining in the league. The Hounds were third in the league in scoring through four weeks with 99 points (Dallas had 101, Denver 107).

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Rambo: Nine goals, nine assists, 18 points
  • Dylan Maltz: Nine goals, two assists, 11 points
  • Kevin Cooper: Eight goals, three assists, 11 points
  • Ryan Brown: Eight goals, one assist, nine points

ABOUT THE OUTLAWS (1-4): Matt Kavanagh was held without a single point for the first time in his career on 5/6 at FLA with a season-low one shot on net, but scored six points (5 goals, assist) vs Chesapeake last week. Kavanagh tallied at least six points in each of his first three games this season. He is 10 points shy of 100 for his career (53 goals, 37 assists).

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Kavanagh: 19 goals, six assists, 25 points
  • Eric Law: Eight goals, seven assists, 15 points
  • Drew Snider: 10 goals, one assist, 11 points
  • Jeremy Sieverts: Eight goals, three assists, 11 points

 

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