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Vancouver Warriors

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vancouver Warriors
Vancouver Warriors Logo.png
SportLacrosse
Founded2014
LeagueNational Lacrosse League
DivisionWest
Based inVancouver, British Columbia
ArenaRogers Arena
ColoursGold, white, black
OwnerCanucks Sports & Entertainment
Head coachChris Gill
General managerDan Richardson
Formerly
Websitewww.vancouverwarriors.com

The Vancouver Warriors are a professional box lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League. The team moved from Everett, Washington, for the 2014 NLL season.[1]

History

The Warriors are based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and play at Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL. From the 2014 season to the 2017–18 season the Warriors (then known as the Stealth) played at the Langley Events Centre (LEC) in the Vancouver suburb of Langley, British Columbia. The team officially relocated into the city after being sold in 2018 to Canucks Sports & Entertainment, who announced that they would be rebranding the team. On September 21, 2018, the team unveiled their new logo and announced that their new name would be the Vancouver Warriors.[2]

The franchise began as the Albany Attack which played from 2000 until 2003. The franchise adopted the Stealth nickname upon its move to San Jose in 2004. The team kept the name following their subsequent moves to Everett in 2010 and Vancouver in 2014. The Stealth won the Champion's Cup in 2010 while playing as the Washington Stealth. In 2017, the Vancouver Stealth qualified for the NLL Playoffs for the first time since 2013.

Current roster

Active (21-man) roster Inactive roster Coaches
Goaltenders
  • 60 Canada Nolan Clayton
  • 61 Canada Eric Penney
Defensemen
  • 27 Canada Owen Barker
  •  2 Canada Matt Beers (C)
  • 93 Canada Sam Clare
  •  7 Canada Tyler Codron
  • 39 Canada Tyrell Hamer-Jackson
  • 88 Canada Ian Hawksbee (A)
  •  4 United States Chris O'Dougherty
  • 24 Canada Patrick O'Meara
  • 29 Canada Colton Porter
  • 13 Canada Tyson Roe
  • 19 Canada Justin Salt
Forwards
  • 45 Canada Keegan Bal
  • 14 Canada Brandon Goodwin
  • 16 Canada Mitch Jones
  • 89 Canada Riley Loewen
  •  8 Canada Mike Mallory
  • 11 Scotland Jordan McBride
  • 10 Canada Joel McCready
  • 32 Canada James Rahe
  • 18 Canada Logan Schuss (A)
Transition
  • 42 Canada Derek Lloyd
Practice Squad
  • 23 Canada Keegan Bell (F)
  • 41 Canada Reid Mydske (D)
  • 97 Canada Lyndon Bunio (F)
Injured Reserve
  • 79 Serbia Nik Bilic (D/T)
  • 65 Canada Andrew Gallant (G)
  • 32 Canada Zack Porter (D)
  • 35 Canada Bob Snider (D)
Head Coach
  • Chris Gill
Assistant Coaches
  • Rory McDade
  • Clay Richardson

Legend
  • * Suspended list
  • (C) Captain
  • (A) Alternate captain

Roster updated 2019-01-18
NLL Transactions

Awards and honours

Hall of Fame members

All-time record

Season Division W–L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
2014 Western 4–14 4th 3–6 1–8 181 223 Chris Hall Did not qualify
2015 Western 5–13 4th 3–6 2–7 211 265 Dan Perreault Did not qualify
2016 Western 5–13 4th 4–5 1–8 198 245 Dan Perreault Did not qualify
2017 Western 9–9 2nd 4–5 5–4 218 221 Jamie Batley Lost in division semi-final
2018 Western 2–16 4th 0–9 2–7 186 277 Chris Gill Did not qualify
2019 Western 5–13 5th 3–6 2–7 179 221 Chris Gill Did not qualify
2020 Western 4-9 5th 2-4 2–5 117 160 Chris Gill Cancelled due to COVID-19
Total 5 seasons 25-65   14-31 11–34 994 1,231    
Playoff Totals 1 Appearance 0-1   0–1 0–0 12 13   0 championships

Playoff results

Season Game Visiting Home
2017 West Division Semifinal Colorado 13 Vancouver 12

Head coaching history

Note: This list does not include coaches from the San Jose Stealth or the Washington Stealth or the Albany Attack.

# Name Term Regular Season Playoffs
GC W L W% GC W L W%
1 Chris Hall 2014 18 4 14 .222
2 Dan Perreault 2015-2016 22 8 14 .364
3 Jamie Batley 2016-2017 24 10 14 .417 1 0 1 .000
4 Chris Gill 2018- 49 11 38 .224

Draft history

NLL Entry Draft

First Round Selections

References

Notes
  1. ^ "Stealth Relocate to Vancouver".
  2. ^ "NLL's Vancouver Franchise Announces Its Brand Name and Logo".
Sources

External links


This page was last edited on 17 August 2021, at 05:20
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