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Week in Review

May 20, 2013
Hamilton Nationals 16 - Charlotte Hounds 15 OT [Ron Joyce Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario]
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Eventual Player of the Game Matt Dolente, grabbed the opening overtime faceoff and struck top-corner nylon, to give Hamilton a 16-15 win over the pesky Charlotte Hounds. A tight back-and-forth victory gave the undefeated Nationals their third win of the season, and sent the Hounds back to Charlotte with a 1-3 record. Joe Walters and Stephen Keogh led Hamilton with five and four points respectively. Charlotte got three goals out of midfielder Peet Poillon, including a fourth quarter two-point sniper. The Nationals head to Ohio this Thursday, May 23, to take on the Machine at 7:30 p.m. (ET). Charlotte's next game is Friday, May 31, against the New York Lizards, with a game time set for 7:30 p.m. (ET).

Boston Cannons 15 - Chesapeake Bayhawks 14 OT [Harvard Stadium, Boston, Mass.]
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As the shot clock expired, Ryan Boyle spun by two Chesapeake defenders and found the back of the net, to give Boston a thrilling 15-14 overtime win against the Bayhawks. The Cannons picked up their first victory of 2013, improving to 1-3, while handing the visitors their first loss of the season after opening 3-0. Boyle finished the night with three goals and two assists, earning himself Player of the Game accolades. Teammate Paul Rabil amassed seven points, while Mike Gabel collected 17 saves between the pipes. Attackman John Grant Jr. put on an offensive show for Chesapeake, burying a game-high five goals and assisting one. Both teams have Memorial Day weekend off, and will be back for Week Five of MLL action the following weekend.

New York Lizards 14 - Ohio Machine 8 [Selby Stadium, Delaware, Ohio]
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An opening five goal run helped lead the New York Lizards past the Ohio Machine, 14-8 at Selby Stadium on Saturday night. New York excels to 2-2 with the win, as Ohio slides to 0-3 for the second straight season. Player of the Game Stephen Berger picked up four goals and two assists for the Lizards. Goaltender Drew Adams stopped an impressive 20 shots, increasing his season total to 69 saves. Ohio collected goals from six different Machine players. In this week's only match-up, Ohio will host the Hamilton Nationals on Thursday, May 23, at 7:30 p.m. (ET). New York's next game is Friday, May 31, against the Charlotte Hounds.

Denver Outlaws 20 - Rochester Rattlers 7 [Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colo.]
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The Denver Outlaws routed the Rochester Rattlers 20-7, and took sole possession of first place with their fourth win of the season. Denver's attack trio of Chris Bocklet, Brendan Mundorf, and Jeremy Boltus compiled 21 points, crowning Bocklet Player of the Game. Anthony Kelly went 21-31 from the faceoff X for the victors. Rochester drops to 1-3 on the year, and will next take the field on June 2, hosting the Ohio Machine at 5:00 p.m. (ET). Denver will go for five straight wins, hosting the Boston Cannons, Friday May 31, at 9:30 p.m. (ET).