Posts for category ‘Stealth’

Stealth All-Stars Talk About NLL All-Star Weekend
denisegl | February 24, 2011 | 12:40 pm

“Washington Stealth All-Access”, the weekly lacrosse radio show on KRKO, Fox Sports 1380 AM, will continue Thursday, February 24 in its usual 5:30pm time slot. This week will feature interviews with Stealth All-Stars Lewis Ratcliff, Mike Grimes, Luke Wiles, Rhys Duch and Paul Rabil along with Stealth Head Coach Chris Hall, the Head Coach of the West All-Stars. The Washington Stealth will be well Read more »

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Six Members of the Stealth Gear Up For 2011 NLL All-Star Game
denisegl | February 23, 2011 | 9:40 am

The Washington Stealth will be well represented at the 2011 National Lacrosse League All-Star Game, presented by the Oneida Indian Nation.  Six members of the team will be on the West Division All-Star team, taking on the East All-Stars on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 11am at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, NY. Stealth Head Coach Chris Hall will be appearing in his 4th All-Star Game as the Read more »

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Rabil Named Transition Player of the Week for Second Time in 2011
denisegl | February 17, 2011 | 10:25 am

The National Lacrosse League announced its weekly award winners for week six today, the Stealth’s Paul Rabil earning Transition Player of the Week honors.  Rabil had two stellar games last weekend against the Edmonton Rush to earn the weekly award. Rabil tallied a combined four goals, five assists and 30 loose balls in two games last weekend.  On February 11, Rabil tallied a goal and an assist to go along with a game-high Read more »

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Feelin’ Groovy with the Stealth on 60s Night
Steve | February 13, 2011 | 1:33 am

Jim from Sammamish, Moonbeem from Kent, and Linda from Seattle

“It’s 60s Night, are you feelin’ groovy,” Teddy Jenner, the Stealth’s game-time MC asked the crowd during the first quarter. The crowd reacted, and kept upbeat during a game where the Washington Stealth trailed the visiting Edmonton Rush by as many as 5 goals. The Stealth and Rush played an outta sight game to a soundtrack of smash hits from the 1960s. The Doors, The Beatles, plus a dose of CCR and CSN were thrown in to the mix on the sound system. The Bombshells danced to Jimi Hendrix. Read more »

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Washington Stealth All-Access Continues Thursday at 5:30pm on Fox Sports 1380
denisegl | February 10, 2011 | 4:08 pm

“Washington Stealth All-Access”, the weekly lacrosse radio show on KRKO, Fox Sports 1380 AM, will continue Thursday, February 10 at 5:30pm PST. This week will feature interviews with Read more »

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The Stealth Get Swarmed
Steve | January 16, 2011 | 2:59 pm

Paul Rabil gets tied up by the Minnesota Swarm. photo by Richard Olson of Captured Light Images

The Washington Stealth (1-2) suffered their second straight loss of the young 2011 season on Friday night. A six-goal first half deficit was too much to overcome as the Minnesota Swarm (1-1) left the Comcast Arena with a 16-8 win over the defending National lacrosse League Champions. The Stealth got off to a good start, with Rhys Duch scoring the game’s first goal two minutes into the contest. But from there, the Swarm dominated the first half, due in large part to the play of forward Ryan Benesch and goaltender Nick Patterson. After Duch’s goal opened the scoring, the Swarm rattled off four straight goals, including back-to-back power play goals from Benesch and Aaron Wilson. Read more »

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Stealth Drop Home Opener in Nailbiter
Steve | January 9, 2011 | 10:58 pm

Lewis Ratcliff scored 5 goals for the Stealth vs. the Roughnecks. photo by Richard Olson of Captured Light Images.

In the much anticipated home opener of the Washington Stealth at Comcast Arena on Sunday night, the NLL Champions hoisted the 2010 banner before the game, complete with indoor fireworks, but after 60 minutes of play, the Stealth lost to a tenacious Calgary Roughnecks team that finished the game with their own fireworks. The Stealth looked a little flat early in the game and trailed by as much as 4 goals in the first period. But they fought back to even the score 8–8 at halftime. In an anyone-can-win-this scenario, the two teams matched each other goal for goal

The Stealth unveiled the new mascot, Bomber on Sunday night. photo by Richard Olson of Captured Light Images.

through the third and fourth periods, with Stealth goalie Matt Roik tallying up multiple saves and forward Lewis Ratcliff tallying up 5 goals for the game. But it was Calgary forward Scott Ranger’s goal with about a minute and a half left in the fourth quarter that put the ‘Necks up enough to win at 12–11. Stealth goalie Matt Roik was then pulled with about 90 seconds to go in the fourth quarter, and the Roughnecks followed with an empty net goal for a 13–11 final score. Read more »

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Are you ready BombSquad? Washington Stealth Home Opener this Sunday
Steve | January 5, 2011 | 7:49 pm

2010 NLL Champion Washington Stealth

Are you ready BombSquad? You’ve been waiting for this for months and here it is. The National Lacrosse League Champions of 2010, your Washington Stealth are now back and ready to defend their hard-fought Champions Cup on Sunday, January 9 at 5pm vs. the very tough Calgary Roughnecks. Even before the game starts you can witness sports history in Everett as the Stealth raise the 2010 champion banner into the rafters of Comcast Arena. Read more »

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Washington Stealth Enjoy New Locker Room
Steve | January 2, 2011 | 9:11 am

Washington Stealth Lockers built by Crowley General Construction LLC, using FSC Certified Maple with Low VOC Stain and Varnish

As the start of the 2011 NLL season approaches, the defending champion Washington Stealth face a challenging new season, but with a comfortable new place to keep their gear. One of their rewards for winning the National Lacrosse League’s Champions Cup in 2010 was a custom built locker room, constructed during the off-season. The players were happily surprised at the beginning of training camp on December 3rd to find this brand new locker room, complete with player name plates. The project was completed by Crowley General Construction LLC, using sustainable materials.

“It was an honor and privilege to build the Stealth players a locker room,” said Pete Crowley, owner of Crowley General Construction LLC.

The Stealth players now have a proper place for not only their Read more »

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A New Look for Tyler Richards
Steve | December 21, 2010 | 10:40 pm

Head Wrapz, a Las Vegas based company specializing in custom designed helmet wraps for lacrosse, snowboarding, and hockey, recently designed a wrap for Washington Stealth goaltender Tyler Richards. The brand new look for T. Rich arrives just in time for the start of the NLL season next month. The Stealth’s home opener is Sunday, January 9 at Comcast Arena. For more info about Head Wrapz, visit: For info about the Stealth, visit:

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