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Cannons Defeat Outlaws 17-10 in Denver

March 18, 2016

May 19, 2012 - Boston, MA  - The Boston Cannons (4-0) are the only remaining undefeated team in Major League Lacrosse after beating the Denver Outlaws, 17-10, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.  Paul Rabil  was named the Bud Light Player of the Game with three goals and four assists, now leading MLL with 24 total points. The Outlaws (3-1) struck first in every quarter, but eight different Cannons players scored, including hat tricks from Rabil,  Mike Stone  and  Kevin Buchanan .


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"We knew it was going to be a challenge, but it was mostly business as usual this week," said Cannons head coach Steve Duffy. "Denver is a good team and we knew we had to come in here and play well. Paul is a great team player and understands what we need to do to win, and were able to do it tonight."


Justin Pennington opened the scoring for Denver less than a minute into the game, but Bill McGloneanswered for the Cannons to tie it at one. Brendan Mundorf tallied two in a row to put the Outlaws back on top, but the Cannons closed the quarter with four straight. Stone scored on a pass from Rabil before JJ Morrissey scored his first Cannons goal during a man-down transition. McGlone added another and Rabil scored from just inside the two-point arc to give the Cannons a 5-3 lead.


Denver struck first to open the second quarter on a goal from Terry Kimener, but the Cannons regained control with Matt Poskay's first of the night, a man-up goal from Buchanan, and another transition goal by Jon Hayes. Kimener scored again, but Stone added his second goal to put the Cannons up 9-5 going into the break.


The second half opened with a slower tempo as the teams matched each other with three goals apiece. Rabil had a hand in all three Cannons goals, scoring one and dishing to Ryan Boyle and Poskay, to give the Cannons a 12-8 lead going into the final quarter.


Buchanan and Stone completed their hat tricks in the fourth quarter - for the second and third game in a row, respectively - and Rabil notched his two-pointer to secure the victory.


MLL takes a break in action for Memorial Day before the Cannons travel to face the Rochester Rattlers on Friday, June 1. The game will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network. The Cannons return home on Saturday, June 9 against the Long Island Lizards. More information and tickets are available at .


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About the Boston Cannons    The Boston Cannons are one of the founding franchises of Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league. They began play in June of 2001 and currently host home games at Harvard Stadium in Allston. They won their first MLL Championship on August 28, 2011.  Season tickets for the 2012 season are now on sale starting at only $115 for seven Cannons home games and Championship Weekend. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 617.746.9933 or visit .