The Toronto Rock will play their third and final pre-season contest this Saturday night when they play host to the Philadelphia Wings at 7pm ET at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, Ontario.
This is a matchup of the two most successful franchises in NLL history as they share the league record for most NLL Champion’s Cups in their respective trophy cases with six apiece.
Earlier this week, teams reduced their training camp numbers to 20 players on the active roster and up to 4 players on the practice roster. The Rock have filled all their available spots for the time being.
There is no charge for admission to Saturday’s game and the doors will open at 6pm with a cap of approximately 800 spectators, it is recommended that fans arrive early to avoid disappointment.
For those fans unable to attend in person, the will be broadcast live on select TVCogeco and Rogers TV stations throughout the province of Ontario. IL Indoor’s Stephen Stamp will be providing the play by play for the game and will be joined by Brian Shanahan on colour commentary.
Below is a list of stations carrying Saturday’s game live:
Burlington/Oakville Channel 23/HD 700
Milton/Halton Hills Channel 14/HD 700
Fergus/Elora Channel 14
Peterborough Channel 10/HD 700
Kingston Channel 13/HD 700
Muskoka’s (Huntsville and Gravenhurst) Channel 10
Toronto Channel 10/ HD 510
Rogers TV Sports+
Available to all Rogers digital customers in Ontario on channel 368 SD/369 HD
Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to purchase Toronto Rock tickets on site as well as picking up a Holiday Pack. Additionally, fans spending $30 or more on Rock merchandise will receive a pair of Toronto Rock ear bud headphones for free.
Kids are encouraged to bring their lacrosse stick, helmet with a cage and lacrosse gloves to throw the ball around between 6pm and 7pm on the concrete pad at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre before the game.
Rock in-game host Sarah Davis will be in attendance engaging the fans and the Rock faithful on hand can also look forward to a pair of performances from the Toronto Rock Cheerleaders.
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