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Cannons Defeat Lizards, 15-12, in the 2011 Season Opener

March 18, 2016
Cannons Defeat Long Island, 15-12, in the 2011 Season Opener

Boston, MA - Saturday May 14th, 2011: The Boston Cannons (1-0) kicked off the 2011 season tonight with their first win against the Long Island Lizards (0-1) in front of 9,122 fans. Ryan Boyle was the Bud Light Player of the Game with three goals and four assists for a total of seven points. Goalie Kip Turner also had a strong performance with 21 saves.

Click here for the final box score and game stats.

Stephen Peyser opened the scoring with a two point goal for the Lizards. The Cannons quickly answered back with four unanswered goals from Pat Heim, Kevin Buchanan, Max Quinzani (Duxbury) and Mike Stone (Wellesley) . Stone's goal was a two-pointer to help bring the Cannons to a 4-2 lead heading into the second quarter.

Long Island began the second quarter strong as they broke down the Cannons' defense for two goals within the first minute to tie up the score at four. Brad Ross scored a two point goal with the assist from JJ Morrissey, a Winchester native picked up in the 2010 MLL Supplemental Draft. After trading possessions and goals, the Cannons took a 7-6 lead into the break.

After a four-goal third quarter to maintain the lead with an 11-8 advantage going into the fourth, 2010 MLL Bud Light MVP Matt Poskay scored his first goal of the season after a face off win from Chris Eck and an assist from Boyle. In an evenly matched final quarter with both teams scoring four goals, the Cannons came away with the win, 15-12.

The Cannons move on to face the Denver Outlaws next Saturday, May 21 st at Harvard Stadium at 7pm.

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