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Cannons in the NLL

May 9, 2011
The NLL Championship game will be a repeat feature of last year's finale as Paul Rabil and the Washington Stealth take on the Toronto Rock.

The Stealth clinched their berth in the Champions Cup Final by defeating the Roughneckts in Calgary, 10-8. Rabil picked up a goal and two assists to go along with five loose balls and two forced turnovers. Calgary scored the first three goals of the game but the the Stealth went on a run of seven straight goals to take the lead. Lewis Ratcliff led all players with three goals and four assists on his way to being named game MVP.

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The other semifinal saw the Rock defeat the Buffalo Bandits, 12-11, in upstate New York.

The Rock ran out to a 6-0 lead over the first 17 minutes of the game before the Bandits clawed back in the second and third quarters. Buffalo closed the gap to one with five minutes left in the fourth quarter but they couldn't get the game tying goal. Garrett Billings scored three goals, including the game winner, and three assists on his way to being named MVP.

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You can watch Rabil and the Stealth take on the Rock on Sunday May 15th at 2 PM live on Versus or the NLL Network.