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ABOUT THE LAUNCH (2-4): With 18 goals and 3 assists on the season, Dylan Molloy trailed only Jordan Wolf, Ty Thompson and Matt Kavanaugh for the league lead in points through the first 6 weeks of the season. He had a season-high six points (5 goals, assist) in his last game. He is just two points shy of 50 in his career and his next goal will be the 40th of his career.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Dylan Molloy: 18 goals, three assists, 21 points
  • Kieran McArdle: 12 goals, five assists, 17 points
  • Ryan Drenner: Seven goals, six assists, 13 points
  • Nick Mariano: Seven goals, four assists, 11 points

ABOUT THE CANNONS (1-5): First-overall pick in the 2018 Collegiate Draft Trevor Baptiste was added to the active roster ahead of this week’s game. He is the all-time record holder for faceoff wins in NCAA history (1,158) and was the first player to earn USILA First Team All-America honors in all four years since since Mike Powell in 2004. Baptiste was a Tewaaraton Award finalist each of the past two seasons.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • James Pannell: 15 goals, five assists, 20 points
  • Max Seibald: Seven goals, four two-point goals, one assist, 12 points
  • Will Sands: Six goals, four assists, 10 points

 

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ABOUT THE LIZARDS (2-3): Paul Rabil has 539 career points through 127 games. He needs just two points (541) to tie John Grant, Jr. as the top point scorer in league history. Rabil’s 291 career goals are also 2nd to Grant (333).

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Rob Pannell: 12 goals, 17 assists, 29 points
  • Will Manny: 16 goals, six assists, 22 points
  • Joe Walters: Six goals, nine assists, 15 points
  • Paul Rabil: Eight goals, five assists, 13 points

ABOUT THE BLAZE (3-2): Kevin Rice posted 28 points over the first five games of the season (11 goals, 16 assists). Only Jordan Wolf (DAL) and Rob Pannell (NYL) had more points than Rice through 6 weeks. He has tallied at least three points in all five games this season and each of his last seven games dating back to last year.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Kevin Rice: 11 goals, one two-point goal, 16 assists, 28 points
  • Deemer Class: 12 goals, five two-point goals, one assist, 18 points
  • Matt Gibson: 13 goals, three assists, 16 points
  • Tommy Palasek: 10 goals, four assists, 14 points

 

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ABOUT THE MACHINE (2-2): The Machine swung a trade with the Cannons on Wednesday, acquiring attackman Davey Emala for midfielder Mark Cockerton and a 2019 seventh-round pick in the Collegiate Draft. Emala had five goals and three assists in six games with Boston this season. He has 97 goals and 23 assists over six seasons in MLL.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Marcus Holman: 15 goals, five assists, 20 points
  • Ryan Ambler: Seven goals, three assists, 10 points
  • Connor Cannizzaro: Eight goals, one assist, nine points
  • Kyle Bernlohr: 2-2, 12.50 goals against average, .550 save percentage

ABOUT THE BAYHAWKS (3-2): Myles Jones scored a season-high five goals last time out at Boston. Since being held without a point on 4/28 at Florida, he has nine goals, six assists and 16 points in three games, with at least five points in each of those games.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Myles Jones: 11 goals, one two-point goal, seven assists, 19 points
  • Colin Heacock: 10 goals, five assists, 15 points
  • Matt Abbott: Seven goals, four assists, 11 points
  • Steele Stanwick: Eight goals, one assist, nine points

 

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ABOUT THE OUTLAWS (2-4): Chris Cloutier was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 5 after tallying six goals and two assists in his pro debut. He scored three goals in the opening 5:09 of the game. The eight points marked the most by an Outlaws player this season. DEN selected Cloutier in the fourth round (29th overall) of the 2018 Collegiate Draft out of UNC.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Kavanagh: 19 goals, six assists, 25 points
  • Eric Law: 13 goals, six assists, 19 points
  • Kylor Bellistri: 10 goals, one assist, 11 points
  • Drew Snider: 10 goals, one assist, 11 points

ABOUT THE HOUNDS (3-2): Matt Rambo was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 6 after scoring a career-high five goals and adding an assist in the win over Ohio. He led the Hounds with seven shots on goal in seven attempts. It marked the third time in six games this season he scored multiple goals. Rambo leads the Hounds in goals (14) and assists (12) this season.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Rambo: 14 goals, 12 assists, 26 points
  • Kevin Cooper: 13 goals, five assists, 18 points
  • John Haus: Seven goals, nine assists, 16 points
  • Ryan Brown: 13 goals, two assists, 15 points

 

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