Vancouver Stealth

Stealth set to retire No. 6

Stealth set to retire No. 6

Curtis Hodgson’s No. 6 jersey will soon hang in the rafters of the Langley Events Centre

Stealth set to retire No. 6
Beers set to lead Stealth

Beers set to lead Stealth

Vancouver names new captain, announces free training camp dates at Langley Events Centre

Beers set to lead Stealth
Stealth will make December debut

Stealth will make December debut

Vancouver plays NLL season opener Dec. 8 at Langley Events Centre

Stealth will make December debut
San Diego newest NLL squad

San Diego newest NLL squad

Vancouver Stealth will soon have a California rival as National Lacrosse League announces expansion plans

San Diego newest NLL squad
Stealth bring back top teammate

Stealth bring back top teammate

Three-time National Lacrosse League teammate of the year finalist Joel McCready inks two-year extension

Stealth bring back top teammate
Stealth ink two more

Stealth ink two more

Leading scorer Rhys Duch signs two-year deal with Vancouver

Stealth ink two more
Gary AHUJA 2017-02-12 Vancouver Stealth’s Logan Schuss had Colorado Mammoth’s Joey Cupido draped over him during the Mammoth’s 10-9 overtime victory on Sunday at the Langley Events Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times

Stealth face Mammoth showdown

Against the odds, Stealth recover, finish second and will host one-game playoff at Langley Events Centre

Gary AHUJA 2017-02-12 Vancouver Stealth’s Logan Schuss had Colorado Mammoth’s Joey Cupido draped over him during the Mammoth’s 10-9 overtime victory on Sunday at the Langley Events Centre. Gary Ahuja Langley Times
Vancouver Stealth’s Rhys Duch scored twice in his team’s 13-7 win over the Colorado Mammoth on Saturday night at the Langley Events Centre. The victory clinched a playoff spot for the Stealth in the National Lacrosse League playoffs next week. They will face the Mammoth in that game. Gary Ahuja Langley Times

Stunning second-half turnaround helps Stealth make post-season

Vancouver pro lacrosse team was 0-4 at Langley Events Centre before winning four of next five home games

Vancouver Stealth’s Rhys Duch scored twice in his team’s 13-7 win over the Colorado Mammoth on Saturday night at the Langley Events Centre. The victory clinched a playoff spot for the Stealth in the National Lacrosse League playoffs next week. They will face the Mammoth in that game. Gary Ahuja Langley Times