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Warriors Stun Rush On The Road

16-12 Vancouver over Saskatchewan.

SASKATOON SK  – Keegan Bal scored 11 points and Aaron Bold turned aside 51 shots as the Vancouver Warriors walked into Sasktel Centre and walked out with a 16-12 victory before a stunned 9000 fans in Saskatoon.

A six-goal second quarter was a difference maker for the Warriors in this one, turning a 3-3 first quarter tie into a 9-4 lead at halftime, a lead that Vancouver would never relinquish.

The Warriors were led on offense by Keegan Bal.  The Coquitlam BC player lit the lamp three times and also set up eight others for an 11 point night.  Vancouver spread the scoring out in the victory, Kyle Killen, Shawn Evans and Adam Charalambides also had hat tricks on the night, while Ryan Martel netted a pair, with Chase Scanlan and Tyrell Hamer-Jackson rounded out the scoring.

Aaron Bold, who three weeks ago received a call to join the Warriors, stepped between the pipes and turned aside 51 shots on the evening, and was also named first star in Sasktel Centre and received a standing ovation post game from Rush fans who remember when Aaron Bold helped their club win multiple NLL Championships.

It was Bold’s first win since March 5, 2022, when Bold started and beat the Warriors in Halifax 14-12.

Defender Reid Bowering also had a game high 11 loose balls collected for Vancouver, adding three assists and blocking two shots.


The Vancouver Warriors’ next home game is on Friday, March 17th  when they host the San Diego Seals as the Warriors will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Rogers Arena.  Game time is at 7 PM.

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