The Calgary Roughnecks arrived in Vancouver brimming with confidence. Well, at least they did by their own somewhat lowly standards. Sure, times are rough. They lost their first five matches of the season. But they managed to score 26 goals over their last two outings. That had to help boost their confidence. And coming so close to getting that first victory, losing the last two by a single goal, has only made them hungrier still.
On Saturday morning, as many people were watching the Ryder Cup, Premier League, or MLS, the Vancouver Stealth announced that they had signed the entirety of their 2014 draft class, as well as resigning Chris Wardle, and the recently acquired tandum of Joel McCready and Eric Penney.
The Vancouver Stealth announced today that manager Chris Hall will be stepping down due to health related matters. Hall will remain with the organisation as Senior...
Vancouver's "got a good team" according to Calgary's Dane Dobbie. "Their record doesn’t show for what it is. I'm sure they'll be back next year."
With their 15-11 loss to the Philadelphia Wings, the Vancouver Stealth can no longer qualify for the Champion's Cup. The match started off well for Vancouver...
On Saturday night, the Buffalo Bandits road into town, looking to steal a win from the struggling Vancouver Stealth, and avoid a three-match losing streak.
The Vancouver Stealth dropped a disappointing 13-8 decision to the Calgary Roughnecks on Friday. The match could not have started worse for the men in black.
Heading into the 2014 season, Vancouver held a 22-12 record against Colorado. But that was then, and now the Mammoth have trampled the Stealth.
Not having played a home game in close to a month and a slow start in the first "Q" did not prevent the Toronto Rock from finding a way to knock off the Vancouver Stealth.
In a match where Vancouver trailed for 55:39 and was level for 6:39, the Stealth found a way to win. And they did it without leading for even one second.
After a disappointing loss in Denver on Matchday One, Vancouver rebounded in spectacular fashion. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
Tyler Richards decided to have some fun with Christopher Vose on Saturday, tossing a ball right at him, and his camera. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
The Stealth were in high sprits with some low comedy Sunday, as training camp continued at the Langley Events Centre. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
On Saturday, the Vancouver Stealth returned to training at the Langley Events Centre ahead of the season open in Denver. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
Based upon their performances in the Pre-season Camp, the Vancouver Stealth signed 12 players to National Lacrosse League contracts.
The National Lacrosse League and Professional Lacrosse Players' Association have come to an agreement a new seven year Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Christopher Vose came to British Columbia in 1995. Since then he has freelanced extensively as a writer, historian, poet, and photographer. His work has been published on six continents, and he will get Antarctica too if climate change has its way.
Tony Lewis is a photographer who has dabbled in travel, landscape, and animal photography, but it is sports where he has truly found his niche. He currently serves as FC Edmonton's official photographer. His portfolio can be found at TLFoto.ca
Mynor Campos is a member of the British Columbia Soccer Referees Association, has written for Noticias FutbolMLS, Major League Soccer's Spanish-language website, and has been seen his photos printed in a number of latino publications.