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Calgary Roughnecks

Colorado Mammoth



Period: FINAL Time Left: 0:00 Last Score: Ryan Benesch (COL)

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  • Provided tonight by Andrew Onodera

1:01pm –  Today, only two milestones are within reach.

Jeremy Noble is…

6 SOG away from 400 shots-on-goal

1 PPA away from 50 power-play assists

1:11pm – Odd start to the game already. One minute in and we have a shot clock malfunction. The clock in the Mammoth end is not working.

1:18pm – After a 6 minute stoppage, there’s nothing that can be done. Game has resumed with the shot clock being kept on the floor. PA announcer will advise every time there are 10 seconds left on the clock.

1:26pm – Dan Taylor gets Calgary on the board first. They’re up 1-0.

1:33pm – Calgary’s goal by Ryan Martel is under review. Call on the floor is a goal. Colorado challenged because of his proximity to the crease.

1:34pm – Call on the floor is overturned. NO GOAL.

1:41pm – John Lintz gets our first penalty of the game. Colorado will be down a man for 2 minutes following a slash.

1:42pm – END OF QUARTER 1

Colorado holds a solid 2 goal lead after the first period. John Lintz will still be in the box to start the second quarter.

1:47pm – Weird atmosphere today. The verbal warning for the shot clock means that the music needs to be a lot quieter than usual. It’s noticeably quieter in the Loud House.

1:56pm – Colorado sent to the box again. Robert Hope gets 2 minutes for a hold.

2:08pm – Colorado’s Jeremy Noble gets credit for the assist on the last power-play  goal. That’s his 50th career PPA!

2:10pm – Kyle Killen just scored his first career NLL goal. Today marks the first time he’s been on the active roster in the NLL.

2:14pm – END OF QUARTER 2

At halftime, Colorado leads Calgary 5-4. This marks the first time this season the Mammoth lead their opponent at halftime.

3:00pm – END OF QUARTER 3

After 3 periods, Colorado leads it 10-7.

3:28pm – For the first time in 2018-2019, the Colorado Mammoth will leave the Pepsi Center victorious. Colorado improves to 1-3 and will head to Vancouver next week.