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Cannons Playing Indoors

March 18, 2016
Cannons in the NLL

Paul Rabil, Pat Heim and Kevin Buchanan were all in action this past weekend for the Philadelphia Wings. On Saturday at the Buffalo Bandits, Rabil tallied one assist and collected seven loose balls, in addition to six shots on goal. Heim collected two lose balls. Buchanan had an excellent game, finishing the night with five points on one goal, four assists and two loose balls. The Buffalo Bandits picked up the win in the end, 14-13.

The Wings were also in action this past Sunday. In their 16-8 loss against the Calgary Roughnecks, Rabil had an excellent game and ended the night with three goals. In addition, he collected three assists, two loose balls, and tallied twelve shots on goal. Heim collected one loose ball. Buchanan finished the night with three assists, three shots on goal, and collected five loose balls.

Mitch Belisle and the Minnesota Swarm were also in action this past weekend. On Friday, Belisle ended the night collecting four loose balls for the Swarm in their 13-12 loss at the Toronto Rock.

Belisle was also in action for the Swarm on Saturday in their 15-14 win over the Washington Stealth. Belisle ended the night collecting five loose balls.

Cannons in the NALL

Mike Stone, Jon Hayes and Marty Bowes were all in action this past Sunday for the Boston Rockhoppers as they traveled to the Baltimore Bombers, winning by a score of 20-9. The Rockhoppers set a single game scoring record, with Stone capping an amazing game and scoring six of those goals and Bowes recording a hat trick. This was the third time in four games that the Rockhoppers held the defense to only nine goals.