Machine_Outlaws_June7

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ABOUT THE MACHINE (2-3): The Machine went on a 37-minute scoring drought against Chesapeake last week and now have slipped to the bottom of the league in total goals scored (67)...Last week was the first time they were held to single-digit points in a game this season and it marked their fewest points in a game since also scoring eight on 5/20/17 vs Charlotte.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Marcus Holman: 17 goals, five assists, 22 points
  • Ryan Ambler: Nine goals, three assists, 12 points
  • Kyle Harrison: Seven goals, one two-point goal, four assists, 12 points
  • Kyle Bernlohr: 2-3, 12.40 GAA, .567 save percentage

ABOUT THE OUTLAWS (3-4): The Outlaws now have five players in Matt Kavanagh (20), Eric Law (17), Kylor Bellistri (10), Drew Snider (10) and Mikie Schlosser (10) with 10 or more goals this season, giving them the most double-digit goal scorers in the league.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Kavanagh: 20 goals, seven assists, 27 points
  • Eric Law: 17 goals, six assists, 23 points
  • Kylor Bellistri: 10 goals, two assists, 12 points
  • Chris Cloutier: Eight goals, four assists, 12 points

 

Cannons_Rattlers_June7

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ABOUT THE CANNONS (2-5): In his debut with the Cannons, Mark Cockerton scored a team-high six goals last week vs Florida...The six goals matched his career high for goals in a single game (also 6/29/14 vs. DEN with ROC)...Cockerton had two goals in two games with Ohio prior to the Cannons acquiring him on 5/30.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • James Pannell: 17 goals, six assists, 23 points
  • Max Seibald: Eight goals, five two-point goals, one assist, 14 points
  • Will Sands: Six goals, eight assists, 14 points

ABOUT THE RATTLERS (5-2): The Rattlers are the only team in the league with multiple 20-goal scorers this season with Jordan Wolf (20) and Ty Thompson (20)...Wolf tallied a season-high five goals last time out at Florida after going two straight games without a goal.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Jordan Wolf: 20 goals, 10 assists, 30 points
  • Ty Thompson: 20 goals, one assist, 21 points
  • Ryan McNamara: 11 goals, two two-point goals, seven assists, 20 points
  • John Galloway: 3-0, 13.01 GAA, .506 save percentage

 

Bayhawks_Machine_June9

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ABOUT THE BAYHAWKS (4-2): Niko Amato earned Warrior Defensive Player of the Week honors for Week 7 after making 18 saves on 25 shots for a .680 save percentage against Ohio...He limited the Machine to just two goals through the first three quarters of the game, making 15 saves in that time.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Myles Jones: 13 goals, eight assists, 22 points
  • Colin Heacock: 13 goals, 6 assists, 19 points
  • Matt Abbott: Eight goals, five assists, 13 points
  • Niko Amato: 3-1, 13.14 GAA, .505 save percentage 

ABOUT THE MACHINE (2-4): In his Machine debut on Thurs., Davey Emala scored a season-high three goals...It marked his most goals in a single game since a four-goal performance on 6/22/17 vs. Ohio with Boston...First-round pick Justin Guterding had a goal and an assist in his pro debut for the Machine on Thurs.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Marcus Holman: 18 goals, six assists, 24 points
  • Connor Cannizzaro: Eight goals, five assists, 13 points
  • Ryan Ambler: Nine goals, three assists, 12 points
  • Kyle Harrison: Seven goals, one two-point goal, four assists, 12 points

 

Launch_Lizards_June9

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ABOUT THE LAUNCH (2-5): Kieran McArdle has scored multiple goals in each of his last nine games dating back to last season...He has 16 points over his last three games with 10 goals and six assists in that time...He is now 12 points shy of 250 points in his career (238) and has played in 55 games since 2014.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Dylan Molloy: 21 goals, four assists, 25 points
  • Kieran McArdle: 15 goals, seven assists, 22 points
  • Nick Mariano: Nine goals, four assists, 13 points
  • Ryan Drenner: Seven goals, six assists, 13 points

ABOUT THE LIZARDS (3-3): Will Manny was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 7 after recording eight points (5 G, 3 A) at Atlanta...It marked his most points in a single game as a member of the Lizards and his most since a 10-point performance with Boston on 5/14/16 against the Rattlers.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Rob Pannell: 15 goals, 19 assists, 34 points
  • Will Manny: 21 goals, 9 assists, 30 points
  • Joe Walters: Eight goals, 12 assists, 20 points
  • Paul Rabil: 10 goals, five assists, 15 points

 

Hounds_Blaze_June9

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ABOUT THE HOUNDS (5-2): The Hounds on Tues. added Tim Rotanz to the Active Roster...The 12th-overall pick in the Collegiate Draft from Maryland recorded 81 points (54 G, 27 A) in 56 career games for the Terps...He will be the ninth former Maryland player to suit up for the Hounds this year, joining Matt Rambo, Kevin Cooper, Michael Ehrhardt, John Haus, Mike Chanenchuk, Brett Schmidt, Dylan Maltz and Adam DiMillo.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Matt Rambo: 17 goals, 15 assists, 32 points
  • Kevin Cooper: 14 goals, six assists, 20 points
  • Ryan Brown: 17 goals, 2 assists, 19 points
  • John Haus: Seven goals, nine assists, 16 points

ABOUT THE BLAZE (3-3): Kevin Rice has tallied at least five points in each of his last three games, with nine goals, a two-point goal, 10 assists and 20 points total in that span...He played one game against the Hounds last season and had four goals and four assists against them.

PLAYERS TO WATCH: 

  • Kevin Rice: 14 goals, 19 assists, 34 points
  • Deemer Class: 13 goals, five two-point goals, one assist, 19 points
  • Matt Gibson: 15 goals, three assists, 18 points
  • Tommy Palasek: 11 goals, five assists, 16 points

 

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