The Washington Stealth is headed to the National Lacrosse League championship game for the third time in four years after its 14-13 win...
CALGARY — The Washington Stealth is headed to the National Lacrosse League championship game for the third time in four years after its 14-13 win over the Calgary Roughnecks in the West Division final on Saturday.
Despite seven second-half goals by Roughnecks forward Curtis Dickson, the Stealth held on for the win in a game that came down to the final possession. Down by one goal with the goalie pulled, Calgary failed to get a shot off.
Washington led 2-0 after the first quarter, 8-5 at halftime and 11-10 after the third quarter.
Stealth forwards Athan Iannucci and Rhys Duch both scored three goals and finished with seven points. Goaltender Tyler Richards made 39 saves on 52 shots.
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Washington will host the defending champion Rochester Knighthawks in the title game at Langley (B.C.) Events Centre on Saturday because Comcast Arena in Everett was already booked.
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