April 9th, 2014 by Bob Chavez
Goalie Mike Poulin and the Roughnecks were all smiles after wrapping up an unbeaten weekend. (Photo: Bill Wippert)
Rochester and Calgary each went 2-0 over the weekend. Buffalo came up short in a game it wanted badly, and the Toronto Rock got a win but lost a big part of their team for the remainder of the 2014 National Lacrosse League season. There was plenty of action to follow this past weekend, and some left fans rejoicing for a job well done by their boys, while other fans are on the edge of their seats, wondering if they’ll need to and hoping that they have to buy playoff tickets. We’re coming down the stretch of the season but first things first before we continue: We need to take a look back at Week 15 and the images it provided.
Toronto forward Garrett Billings suffers a season-ending knee injury against Vancouver. (Photo: Dan Brodie)
Vancouver's Kyle Sorensen, right, greets Toronto's Scott Johnston. (Photo: Dan Brodie)
Edmonton's Chris Corbeil, right, and Colorado's Adam Jones are a bit heated. (Photo: Dale MacMillan)
Edmonton's Riley Loewen has the top shelf to himself as Colorado's Dillon Ward drops. (Photo: Dale MacMillan)
Buffalo Bandits fan was 16,000 strong for Tucker Out Lymphoma Night. (Photo: Bill Wippert)
Calgary's Geoff Snider will be heard by the Bandits. (Photo: Bill Wippert)
Minnesota's Kiel Matisz gets one past Rochester's Matt Vinc. (Photo: Scott Pierson)
Stephen Keogh (28) has been a scoring machine this season for Rochester. (Photo: Adam Borgstahl)
Chavez is an avid lacrosse player in Rochester and a journalist for the Democrat and Chronicle as well as a longtime Inside Lacrosse contributor. Email him at email@example.com or go to RochesterSports.com.
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