Media Guide - Buffalo Bandits

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Media Guide - Buffalo Bandits
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
TEAM INFORMATION
Team Contacts........................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Media Information.................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Directions to First Niagara Center........................................................................................................................................................... 8
First Niagara Center............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Terrence M. Pegula............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Russ Brandon........................................................................................................................................................................................12
Dave Zygaj, Scott Loffler....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Steve Dietrich....................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Troy Cordingley.................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Assistant Coaches/Lacrosse Staff........................................................................................................................................................... 16
THE PLAYERS
2016 Bandts Roster............................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Player Bios........................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
SEASON REVIEW
2015 NLL Final Standings...................................................................................................................................................................... 50
BANDITS HISTORY
All-Time Attendance............................................................................................................................................................................. 53
Season Openers................................................................................................................................................................................... 54
Career Leaders..................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
Year-by-Year Stats................................................................................................................................................................................ 56
Single-Game Team Records.................................................................................................................................................................. 79
Bandits by Quarter............................................................................................................................................................................... 80
Playoff Game Team Records................................................................................................................................................................. 82
Single-Season Leaders.......................................................................................................................................................................... 83
Single-Game Individual Records........................................................................................................................................................... 85
Year-by-Year Leaders............................................................................................................................................................................ 86
All-Time Goaltender Statistics................................................................................................................................................................ 87
Year-by-Year Results............................................................................................................................................................................. 88
Career Playoff Leaders......................................................................................................................................................................... 98
Playoff Game Team Records................................................................................................................................................................. 99
All-Time Draft History......................................................................................................................................................................... 105
All-Time Home & Away Record............................................................................................................................................................ 111
All-Time Uniform Numbers................................................................................................................................................................... 112
All-Time Individual Scoring.................................................................................................................................................................. 114
Records vs. Other Teams......................................................................................................................................................................120
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TEAM
CONTACTS
Telephone/Executive Offices................................................................................................................................ .......716.855.4100
Ticket Sales............................................................................................................................................................ 716.855.4444
Home Field/Executive Offices............................................................................................................................ First Niagara Center
Seating Capacity................................................................................................................................................................. 19,070
Training Camp/Practice Site .................................................................................. Iroquois Lacrosse Arena - Hagerville, Ont., Canada
Team Colors....................................................................................................... Black, Orange PMS 165, Pantone Violet, and White
Team Founded.................................................................................................................................................................Fall 1991
Owner..............................................................................................................................................................Terrence M. Pegula
President................................................................................................................................................................... Russ Brandon
Governor/Vice President Legal Affairs............................................................................................................................David Zygaj
Director of Lacrosse Operations/Alternate Governor..........................................................................................................Scott Loffler
General Manager......................................................................................................................................................Steve Dietrich
Head Coach...........................................................................................................................................................Troy Cordingley
Vice President of Public/Community Relations.............................................................................................................Michael Gilbert
Vice President of Creative Services............................................................................................................................. Frank Cravotta
Vice President of Arena Operations............................................................................................................................Stan Makowski
Director of Corporate Sales................................................................................................................................................ Joe Foy
Director of Game Presentation................................................................................................................................ Kelsey Schneider
Director of Marketing................................................................................................................................................... John Durbin
Marketing Manager....................................................................................................................................................Cara Foligno
Social Media Manager.............................................................................................................................................Craig Kanalley
Digital Content Coordinator................................................................................................................................... Jourdon LaBarber
Public Relations Assistant........................................................................................................................................... Jordon DeBolt
Media Guide Design..................................................................................................................Kristine Hotchkiss & Chelsea Kowalik
Team Photographer...................................................................................................................................................... Bill Wippert
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MEDIA
INFORMATION
Requests for information should be directed to: Buffalo Bandits, Attn: Jordan DeBolt, First Niagara Center, One Seymour H. Knox III Plaza,
Buffalo, N.Y., 14203. Fax transmissions can be sent to (716) 855-4162, Attn: Buffalo Bandits PR.
Because of the size of the home game schedule, “season media passes” do not exist. Press box seats will be filled on a space-available
basis. Those who need media credentials should contact Jordan DeBolt via email ([email protected]) or phone (716-855-4562) by
noon on the day before a home game.
Furthermore, freelance photographers will be admitted on an assignment-only basis, which must come from the photo editor. All requests for
pre-game (such as live shots for newscasts at the dinner hour) and half-time interviews should be given to the media relations department by
noon on the day before a home game.
The media entrance to First Niagara Center during Bandits games is located on the Illinois Street side of the building at street level. There
is no media parking area. Credentials can be picked up at the credential table (located past security base) 1.5 hours before the game.
For those who need credentials prior to the opening of the credential table, press credentials can be picked up at the arena’s security base
starting first thing in the morning on the day of the game. After the start of the game, credentials will be held at the security office for latearriving media members.
To reach the press box you must use the freight elevator, located behind the security office/media entrance. Take the freight elevator to the
level marked “P”. Credentials should be displayed at all times for admission to the press box and dressing room areas. There are electrical
outlets at all seats in the press box.
Smoking and consumption of alcohol is prohibited for all credentialed media in the press box or any other area of First Niagara Center.
Media members are prohibited from wearing team attire or colors. Any media member who has been issued a credential must sit in the press
box for the duration of the game. Violators of any of these rules will be subject to expulsion from First Niagara Center.
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DIRECTIONS TO
FIRST NIAGARA CENTER
DIRECTIONS TO FIRST NIAGARA CENTER
From the North (including Canada):
Take I-190 South.
Exit 5 (Louisiana Street): At the bottom of the exit turn left. Turn right onto Perry Street (1st light) or onto South Park Avenue (2nd light). First
Niagara Center is straight ahead. Parking is available just past Michigan Street.
From the South, East, and West (via Thruway):
Take Interstate 90 (Thruway) to Exit 53, which is I-190 North.
Exit 6 (Elm Street): As you exit 190, bear right to the ramp, and turn right onto Seneca Street. Take Seneca Street to the first light and turn
right onto Michigan Street. Take Michigan Street over the bridge. You will see First Niagara Center to your right. Parking is available in the
lot and ramp off both Perry Street and South Park Avenue.
From the East:
From Interstate 90 (Thruway) take Route 33 to Downtown Buffalo.
Continue on Oak Street all the way to 190 South and exit immediately at Exit 5 (Louisiana Street). At the bottom of the exit, turn left.
Turn right onto Perry Street (1st light) or onto South Park Avenue (2nd light). First Niagara Center is straight ahead on the right. Parking is
available just past Michigan Street.
From the South (Lakeshore):
Take Route 5 over the Skyway. Exit onto Route 190 South.
Exit 5 (Louisiana Street): At the bottom of the exit turn left. Turn right onto Perry Street (1st light) or onto South Park Avenue (2nd light). First
Niagara Center is straight ahead. Parking is available just past Michigan Street.
DIRECTIONS TO PRACTICE FACILITY
Practices are usually held at Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) in Hagersville, ON. Practices are open to the media. Reporters should contact
the media relations department to verify location and times.
Iroquois Lacrosse Arena:
3201 Second Line
Hagersville, ON N0A 1H0
(905) 768-3999
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FIRST NIAGARA CENTER
Address: One Seymour H. Knox III Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14203
Location: At the foot of Main St. and South Park Ave. on the Buffalo waterfront
Ceremonial Groundbreaking: Nov. 4, 1994
Gala Grand Opening Event: Sept. 27, 1996, an evening of entertainment featuring appearances by: Doc Severinsen and the Buffalo Philharmonic
Orchestra, figure skater Brian Boitano, aerialists, singer Ani DiFranco, and members of the Sabres and Bandits.
First Lacrosse Game: Jan. 4, 1997 vs. Rochester Knighthawks (19-17 win by Rochester; before a crowd of 18,595).
First Hockey Game: Sept. 21, 1996, preseason game vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (3-1 Buffalo win; first goal by the Sabres’ Brian Holzinger at 5:24
of the first period on Toronto goalie Don Beaupre).
First Regular-Season Hockey Game: Oct. 12, 1996, vs. Detroit Red Wings (6-1 win by Detroit; first regular-season goal in First Niagara Center
was by the Wings’ Vyacheslav Kozlov at 15:41 of the first period on Buffalo’s Dominik Hasek; first Buffalo regular-season goal in First Niagara
Center by Michael Peca at 5:24 of third period on Detroit goaltender Mike Vernon).
Seating Capacity:
19,070 for hockey, lacrosse and football
19,100 for basketball
21,500 for concerts
(building size - 700,000 square feet)
Cost: $127.5 million ($72 million from private sources and $55 million from the combined resources of New York State, Erie County, and the
City of Buffalo)
Project Architects:
Ellerbe Becket • Bergmann • Espacio/Hamilton Houston Lownie • Flynn Battaglia Architects
Buffalo Office Interiors/Hovey-Nardini Architects • Gordon Architects/Planners
Features:
• 1,100-space attached parking garage.
• Four seating levels, including club level seats located one level below the suites. These seats have direct access to the weather-protected parking garage as well as concierge and in-seat food & beverage service.
• 80 mid-level suites, featuring all of the club-seat amenities plus private restrooms. Suites seat 12 but can hold up to 18.
• The Party Suite- located on First Niagara Center’s 200 Club Level, is primarily used for Buffalo Sabres games. It comes complete with seating in Club Seat section 202, a great view of the Center event area, and access to the 200 Level Harbour Club.
• The Lexus Club (100 level) and Harbour Club (200 level) possess extensive banquet facilities while offering views of both the arena floor and the Buffalo waterfront. Both formal and casual dining are offered at the two locations.
• The Pour Man’s Aud Club- a nostalgic “time-warp” for long-time Buffalo Sabres fans featuring refurbished artifacts taken from the Memorial Auditorium.
• Food courts
• Sabres team store - at 5,000 square feet, it is one of the largest in-arena merchandise stores in the NHL.
• Labatt Blue Zone Headlines sports bar - includes displays and other features telling the history of amateur and professional sports in Buffalo.
• Pavilion - The 330’ long by 65’ high glass-enclosed structure serves as the main entrance/exit in the arena.
• The Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Display- located in the Pavilion, just outside the Sabres Store.
In addition to the Buffalo Bandits, the Buffalo Sabres (National Hockey League) play their home games at First Niagara Center. The arena also
hosts college basketball games featuring the four WNY NCAA Division I teams: Canisius College, Niagara University, University at Buffalo
and St. Bonaventure University.
First Niagara Center has also played host to the 2000, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s
Basketball Championship first and second rounds, the 2003 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four,
the 2011 IIHF U20 World Junior Championship and the 2012 NLL All-Star Game. In addition, First Niagara
Center hosted USA Hockey’s All-American Prospects Game in 2012, 2014 and 2015 and will be the site of
the 2016 NHL Draft.
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OWNER
TERRENCE M. PEGULA
Back in 1983, Terry Pegula told his business partner Robert H. Long, Jr., “If I ever have more than
two nickels to my name, I’m going to buy the Buffalo Sabres one day.” Almost 30 years later, Terry’s
dream has come to fruition.
A NEW ERA OF SABRES HOCKEY
On Feb. 22, 2011, Terry Pegula became the fourth owner in Buffalo Sabres franchise history. The
day he was introduced as owner, the Sabres were 27-25-6 and sat in ninth place in the Eastern
Conference - five points out of a playoff spot. Pegula’s purchase not only re-energized the fan base,
but the players as well. With Pegula now at the helm, the Sabres went on a 16-4-4 run over the final
24 games of the season to finish seventh in the East. This included a 9-1-2 record at home, with every
remaining home game selling out.
The momentum of the new era would stretch well into the offseason as the home of the Sabres –
renamed First Niagara Center in August 2011 – began a multimillion dollar facelift. The renovations,
which were completed in time for the 2011-12 season, included a new state-of-the-art locker room
with updated training and rehabilitation areas, a player lounge and coaches offices. Along with the
locker room transformation, First Niagara Center underwent several other upgrades with a focus on
providing the best possible game-day experience for Sabres fans.
Buffalo fans responded to this new era of Sabres hockey in an overwhelming fashion. Since Pegula’s acquisition of the team, the Sabres have
ranked among the NHL’s leaders in game attendance at First Niagara Center and in local and national TV ratings. The excitement incited by
Pegula doesn’t appear to be subsiding any time soon; the season ticket renewal rate remains consistently high each season and the waiting list
has grown to include more than 2,000 names.
HARBORCENTER
In 2012 Terry and Kim Pegula looked to make an even bigger impact on the City of Buffalo. On Aug. 29, 2012, it was announced that the city
had selected the Pegulas and their development team to develop and construct HARBORCENTER, a $200 million multipurpose facility that sits
directly across from First Niagara Center, the home of the Sabres, in the city’s Canalside District. HARBORCENTER is anchored by two new
NHL-size ice rinks that are used year-round by a variety of Buffalo-area hockey teams and leagues.
Also in the facility is (716) Food and Sport, an upscale, sports-themed bar and restaurant, a one-of-a-kind Tim Hortons location that pays
homage to the former Sabres player, additional retail space, a parking structure and a 200-room, full-service Marriott hotel.
HARBORCENTER draws more than 500,000 people to downtown Buffalo annually and, coupled with First Niagara Center, provides a premier
destination for hockey fans.
ROCHESTER REUNION
Soon after purchasing the Sabres, the Pegulas explored the idea of acquiring the Rochester Americans, the AHL team that had previously spent
29 years as the Sabres’ affiliate before a three-year hiatus. On June 24, 2011, the Sabres announced the reunification of the Western New
York teams as Pegula became the owner of the Amerks and resumed one of the longest and most successful partnerships between an NHL and
AHL club.
Like the Sabres, the Amerks experienced a momentum change when the Pegulas became owners. The Americans had the highest jump in
attendance in the AHL in 2011-12, a 44.5 percent increase from the previous season, and vaulted from 25th in league attendance to 13th
in just one season. As the Amerks progressed into the Calder Cup Playoffs, fans were attending the games in numbers not seen since 1990.
ONE BUFFALO
On Friday, Oct. 14, 2014, the Pegulas realized a long-time dream as they became only the second owners in the Buffalo Bills’ 55-year franchise
history.
A few days later at their introductory press conference, Terry and Kim were greeted as the new owners of the Bills. With all of Western
New York and much of the NFL community watching, Terry, who also serves as the team’s CEO, issued an opening statement that resonated
throughout Bills nation and beyond.
“My name is Terry Pegula and the Pegulas just bought a football team. Actually, that’s not totally correct…we all just bought a team…our team…
the Buffalo Bills. The name of our team will not change. It will stay the Buffalo Bills.”
With that now-famous quote from Terry, the Pegula era of Buffalo Bills football was ushered in with the assurance
that the Buffalo Bills would stay in Western New York.
The excitement surrounding the start of the Pegula era has transferred to Bills fans as well and a great indicator
of the fans’ enthusiasm came in late June of 2015 when the Bills set a new franchise record for season tickets
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OWNER
TERRENCE M. PEGULA
sold, eclipsing the old mark of 57,321, set in 1992.
COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION
On Sept. 17, 2010 Terry and Kim donated $88 million to Penn State University – the largest private gift in the history of the school
– to fund a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose arena and a world-class practice facility, to help establish an NCAA Division I men’s hockey
program. The Pegulas announced in 2012 they would increase their donation to the Nittany Lion hockey program to $102 million to allow
for the endowment of student athlete scholarships.
Thanks to their generosity, Penn State has been able to add both men’s and women’s varsity hockey teams. Pegula Ice Arena, which
opened in 2013 and enjoyed a sold-out 2013-14 season, includes two ice sheets and serves as the only major ice facility within an 80mile radius of State College. In addition to providing hockey and figure skating opportunities for the entire Central Pennsylvania region,
it is also used for a broad range of campus and community activities.
In 2011, the Pegulas pledged $12 million for the construction of a new athletic center on the campus of Houghton College, Kim’s alma
mater. The second-largest gift in school history allowed Houghton to transition to NCAA Division III athletics.
The Kerr-Pegula Athletic Complex formally opened on Oct. 4, 2014. The project included the construction of both a new baseball and
softball stadium, resurfacing of Burke Field (a multi-sport competition field), and the construction of an 115,000-square-foot fieldhouse that
will enable the college and region to host year-round athletic competitions. The fieldhouse features an eight lane, 200-meter regulation
size track, five tennis courts, cardio fitness center, weight lifting room, MVP conference room, commercial kitchen and concessions, lockerroom facilities and office space. The facility provides dedicated practice space for outdoor sports during the winter and in the event of
inclement weather and also has the ability to host major concerts and events with a maximum capacity of more than 6,000 people.
BEYOND SPORTS
The Pegulas expanded their business interests in the summer of 2014 by forming Pegula Sports and Entertainment, a multifaceted parent
company of 12 separate companies. Pegula Sports and Entertainment’s roster of companies currently includes: the Buffalo Sabres and
Buffalo Bills; the AHL’s Rochester Americans; the NLL’s Buffalo Bandits; Black River Entertainment and its related properties; Black River
Publishing; Sound Stage Studio; Ronnie’s Place Studio; HARBORCENTER and its components – (716) Food and Sport, the Academy of
Hockey, and IMPACT Sports Performance, a high-performance training facility for professional and amateur athletes.
Terry is an avid sports fan and his connections to Western New York run deep. He held season tickets for the Sabres from 1980 through
1998 and lived in Buffalo during the Bills’ championship years in the 1990s.
Raised in Carbondale, Pennsylvania, Terry attended Scranton Preparatory School. He entered Penn State University as a math major, but
in order to stay in school, he entered the Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering program through a scholarship. He went on to graduate
with a bachelor of science degree in 1973 and landed his first job with Getty Oil Co. in Victoria, Texas. He later joined Felmont Oil Co.,
a decision that brought him to Olean, New York in 1975.
In 1983, he borrowed $7,500 from family and friends to create East Resources Inc., an independent oil and gas exploration and production
company operating in the Appalachian Basin. Over the next 27 years, Terry built it into one of the largest privately held companies in the
United States. In July of 2010, Royal Dutch Shell purchased the assets of East Resources Inc., which continues to be active today.
Kim serves as president and chief executive officer of Pegula Sports and Entertainment, overseeing all aspects of the 12 sports and
entertainment subsidiaries that make up the multifaceted parent company.
A native of Western New York, Kim grew up in Fairport, a suburb of Rochester, New York. She attended Houghton College and graduated
in 1991 with a degree in communications.
Kim began her professional career with East Resources in 1991 and was involved with the company until its sale in 2010. In that same
year, Kim helped found Black River Entertainment.
Terry and Kim currently reside in Boca Raton, Florida, and have five children: Michael, Laura, Jessica, Kelly and Matthew. The Pegulas’
younger daughters, Jessica and Kelly, were both born in Buffalo.
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PRESIDENT/ALTERNATE GOVERNOR OF THE BUFFALO SABRES
RUSS BRANDON
Russ Brandon is in his first season as President and Alternate Governor of the Sabres after being
named to the position on July 27, 2015.
In addition to his role with the Sabres, Brandon is also the Managing Partner and President of the
Buffalo Bills. In working with Pegula Sports & Entertainment to create strong synergies between the Bills
and Sabres, he oversees the business operations for both teams and represents ownership interests
locally, regionally and with the National Hockey League and National Football League. Additionally,
Brandon serves as President of the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.
Before being named President of the Sabres, Brandon played a key role in facilitating the sale of the
Buffalo Bills from the Wilson family to the Pegula family and aiding the Pegulas as they transitioned
into their roles as the owners of an NFL franchise.
His excellent leadership skills and knowledge of the league were invaluable as he directed the Bills
organization in the days that followed with the passing of founding owner Ralph Wilson, Jr. to the
announcement of Terry and Kim Pegula as the new owners.
Brandon also played an integral role in negotiating a new stadium lease agreement between the Bills,
the State of New York and Erie County to keep the franchise in Western New York for the foreseeable
future as the three entities signed a MOU in late December of 2012 that included a renovations package to enhance the fans’ game day
experience at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Brandon’s abilities are highly respected on the local level and national scale as well as within the league. A testament to his talents lies in the
fact that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the spring of 2011 appointed him to the NFL’s Business Ventures Committee, which is responsible
for the oversight of various businesses of the league, including consumer products, sponsorship and marketing. In May of 2014, Brandon was
appointed to the league’s Draft committee, which analyzes when and where to hold the Draft each year.
In 2010, Brandon was named Chief Executive Officer for his lead role at One Bills Drive before founding owner Ralph Wilson, Jr. entrusted him
as President and CEO in 2013.
In directing the Bills’ day-to-day operations as the Chief Operating Officer from 2008-2009, Brandon’s reach extended from working on the
Draft and free agency to leading an effort to improve the Bills game-day experience for all fans. During that two-year span, Brandon led the
organization to its only back-to-back years of 55,000-plus season ticket sales while recording what was then the second-highest total in team
history in 2008 and the third highest figure in 2009, both contributing greatly to the viability of the franchise.
Brandon previously served as the team’s Executive Vice President of Business Operations in 2006-2007, overseeing the team’s vision and
execution of all business-related endeavors. In that role he developed a strong base of strategic business and community partners.
From January of 1999 through January 2006, Brandon served as the team’s Vice President of Business Development and Marketing. He and
his staff have been credited with the development of the team as a regional franchise and forming strategic alliances with key business partners.
Brandon’s success in the sports business field has been recognized with numerous awards and in 2001 he was the recipient of Street and Smith’s
Sports Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 Award. In the spring of 2014 he was the recipient of the Canisius College Distinguished Citizen of the
Year Award and was presented with the Excellence in Management Award from St. John Fisher College’s School of Business in the spring of
2013. Additionally, he has participated in the prestigious NFL Business Symposium at Stanford University.
In 1999, Brandon and his staff finalized the foundation of the regionalization plan by relocating Buffalo Bills Training Camp to St. John
Fisher College in Pittsford, New York. Many consider the Bills to be the elite model for NFL training camps, prompting Brandon to extend the
partnership with the school in the spring of 2012 to keep the team at St. John Fisher College for the foreseeable future.
Brandon joined the Bills in November of 1997 as Executive Director of Business Development and Marketing after earning a World Series ring
as a member of the Florida Marlins front office. He began his sports business career as a member of the Rochester Red Wings (then Triple-A
affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles) while serving in many capacities, including assistant general manager, and in 2013 Brandon was inducted
into the Red Wings’ Frontier Field Walk of Fame, a walkway featuring the names of elite figures in Rochester’s sports history.
A native of East Syracuse, New York, Brandon is also actively involved in regional initiatives. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the David
Falk School of Sport at Syracuse University and the Board of Trustees at St. John Fisher College, and serves on the board of Buffalo Niagara
Enterprise. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees for the New York State Troopers Signal 30 Benefit Fund
and a member of the New York Bulls Initiative Advisory Board for the University at Buffalo.
Brandon was a four-year letterman in baseball and football at St. John Fisher College and graduated with a
degree in communications. He was inducted into his alma mater’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. He and his
wife Amy have three children, sons RJ and Jack, and daughter, Grace. They reside in Williamsville, New York.
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GOVERNOR/VP OF LEGAL AFFAIRS
DAVE ZYGAJ
Entering his 12th season with the organization, David Zygaj begins his fourth year as the Sabres’
vice president of legal affairs. Zygaj, who served as the Sabres’ director of legal affairs from
2008-2011, is responsible for overseeing and managing all legal issues on behalf of the Buffalo
Sabres, First Niagara Center, Buffalo Bandits (NLL) and Rochester Americans (AHL). In addition
to preparing and reviewing legal agreements relating to company operations, Zygaj works with
hockey operations on matters pertaining to the NHL, CBA, player contracts and retention and
also serves as a league governor for the Bandits. He also worked extensively on the $200 million
HARBORCENTER complex across from First Niagara Center.
Zygaj joined the organization with more than 15 years of legal experience in both the private and
sports sectors. From 1990 to 1999, he practiced with Brown & Kelly, LLP, before taking a general
counsel position with the National Lacrosse League (NLL) from 1999 to 2000. In 2000-01, Zygaj
was named vice president of business and legal affairs for the Columbus Landsharks before
serving as the director of operations and youth development for the Rochester Sports Group/
Rhinos from 2001-03. Zygaj then joined the Greenan Law Firm in 2004-05, before making his
return to sports in 2005 as director of lacrosse operations for the Buffalo Bandits. In 2007, Zygaj
was named the NLL’s Executive of the Year.
In addition to his legal duties with the organization, Zygaj has also served as secretary of the Buffalo Sabres Foundation since 2009.
A 1985 graduate of Cornell University, Zygaj earned his J.D. degree from the University at Buffalo in 1989 and a master’s degree in sports
administration from Canisius College in 2000. An avid, life-long ice hockey player, Zygaj lives in North Buffalo with his wife, Jeanette.
DIRECTOR OF LACROSSE OPERATIONS/ALTERNATE GOVERNOR
SCOTT LOFFLER
Scott Loffler is entering his eighth season as director of lacrosse operations for the Buffalo Bandits.
In his position, Loffler oversees all aspects of the team’s day-to-day business operations including
budgeting, team staff, payroll, travel, public and community relations, scheduling, and contracts.
At the league level, Loffler represents the Bandits on the NLL’s Board of Governors as an alternate
governor and is a member of the league’s Competition Committee as well as the Jr. NLL Tournament
Committee. He was named a finalist for the 2015 NLL Executive of the Year Award.
From 2004 to 2008, Loffler worked for the Buffalo Sabres in various capacities within the sales
department and ticket office. Most notably, he was instrumental in carrying on the Sabres’ youth
hockey programs from 2005 to 2008. In addition, Loffler served as an account executive, handling
group, mini-pack, and season ticket sales for both the Sabres and Bandits. Prior to working for the
Sabres, he also worked for the Buffalo Bills in their ticket office during the 2003 season.
Born and raised in Ogdensburg, N.Y., Loffler is a 2003 graduate of Ithaca College, where he
earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management. He went on to obtain his Master of Science in
Sports Administration from Canisius College in 2005.
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Steve Dietrich will be embarking on his fourth season as general manager for the Buffalo Bandits
after establishing a 21-year career in professional lacrosse that has included a Hall-of-Fame
playing career and a recent resume of coaching and front office positions.
The former NLL goaltender was named to his current post with the team on July 19, 2012.
Dietrich joined the Bandits after spending two seasons as assistant coach for the Toronto Rock. He
also spent five seasons as general manager for the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks of Major Series
Lacrosse prior to coming to Buffalo.
As a player, Dietrich played 18 seasons in the NLL, with stops in Baltimore (1992), Detroit
(1994), Rochester (1995-2001), Buffalo (2002-2007), Calgary (2008), Edmonton (2009) and
Toronto (2009-2010). He won a league championship in 1997 with Rochester, and was named
Championship Game Most Valuable Player in the 15-12 win over Buffalo.
In 2006 he won the League’s Most Valuable Player Award, becoming the first and still the only
goaltender to ever win the award. He had one of the best individual statistical seasons for a
goaltender in league history that year, posting a save percentage of .808 and a goals-against
average of 9.97 and leading Buffalo to the Championship Game. Dietrich won the Goaltender of the Year Award in 2005 and 2006,
becoming the first goaltender to win the award in back-to- back seasons. He notched a career win-loss record of 60-47, while making 5,531
career saves and playing more than 8,300 minutes throughout his 18 seasons.
Dietrich was inducted into the NLL Hall of Fame in 2012.
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Troy Cordingley enters his third season as head coach of the Buffalo Bandits after being named
the team’s seventh head coach in franchise history on July 3, 2013.
In his first season behind the bench, Cordingley guided Buffalo to an 8-10 regular-season record,
good for third place in the East Division. The club also won its first-round playoff matchup against
the Toronto Rock before falling in the East Division Final to the Rochester Knighthawks.
Last season, he led the Bandits to an 11-7 regular-season record, a third place finish in the East
Division, and a second-straight berth in the NLL playoffs. The Bandits eventually fell to Rochester
in the East Division semi-final.
Cordingley joined the Bandits after serving as head coach of the Toronto Rock for four seasons.
Under his tutelage, the Rock led the East Division twice (2012 and 2013) and reached the NLL
championship game twice (2010 and 2011), including a Champion’s Cup win in 2011. In
2013, Cordingley guided the team to a league-best 10-6 record, earning his second Les Bartley
Award, given annually to the NLL Head Coach of the Year.
The Oakville, Ontario native began his head coaching career in Calgary in 2008 after first
serving as an assistant coach for the Bandits. He led the Roughnecks to a Champion’s Cup in 2009, winning the Les Bartley Award for the
first time in his career.
Prior to his coaching career, Cordingley played nine seasons of professional lacrosse from 1993 to 2001, including his first seven as
a member of the Bandits. He currently ranks in the top 10 in Bandits history in goals (96) assists (137) and points (233) and won two
championships with the club.
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1995
1996*
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2002
2003**
2004***
2005
2006
2007
2008*
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
COACH
Bob “Buff” McCready
Les Bartley
Les Bartley
Les Bartley
Les Bartley
Les Bartley
Les Bartley
Les Wakeling
Les Wakeling
Ted Sawicki
Ted Sawicki
Ted Sawicki
Frank Nielsen
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Darris Kilgour
Troy Cordingley
Troy Cordingley
REGULAR SEASON
0-3
5-0
8-0
6-2
3-5
8-2
6-4
6-6
4-8
8-4
8-6
5-4
3-4
12-4
8-8
11-5
11-5
10-6
10-6
10-6
8-8
10-6
7-9
6-10
8-10
11-7
PLAYOFFS
0-0
3-0
2-0
1-1
0-1
2-0
1-1
1-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
2-1
0-1
2-1
1-1
3-0
1-1
0-1
1-1
0-1
0-0
2-2
0-1
* Won Championship
** Voted NLL Coach of the Year
*** Eastern Division All-Star Coaching selection
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RICH KILGOUR assistant coach
Rich Kilgour enters his sixth season as an assistant coach with the Bandits. He joined Buffalo’s coaching
staff prior to the 2011 season after a year away from professional lacrosse following his retirement from
the NLL in 2009. He spent the entirety of his 18-year playing career (1992-2009) with the Bandits,
serving as captain for 12 seasons from 1998 to 2009. His teams made the playoffs 13 times and won
four championships (1992, 1993, 1996 and 2008).
Kilgour played in 200 career regular-season games as a defensive specialist for the Bandits, scoring 317
career points (94 goals, 223 assists). He was a part of the 1993 champion Bandits, the only team to go
undefeated through the regular season and playoffs (10-0) in league history. Kilgour’s jersey number 16
was retired by the Bandits and lifted to the rafters of First Niagara Center on April 16, 2011.
JOHN TAVARES assistant coach
John Tavares enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Bandits after spending 24 years with
the team as a player. He retired from the team on Sept. 2, 2015 and was hired as an assistant coach.
Tavares concluded his playing career as the NLL’s all-time leader in games played (306), goals (815),
assists (934) and points (1,749), as well as second in league history in loose ball recoveries (2,169). He
played in a league-record 10 NLL All-Star games and was named to the NLL All-Pro team a record 19
times, while winning the league’s Most Valuable Player award in 1994, 2000 and 2001.
The Mississauga, Ontario native served as an alternate captain for the Bandits for 18 seasons before
being named captain prior to the 2013 season. He led the team in scoring in 17 of his 24 seasons with
the franchise, including 10 consecutive seasons from 1999 to 2008.
Tavares was a part of four Bandits championship teams (1992, 1993, 1996 and 2008), and tops the
NLL’s all-time playoff list in games played (38), goals (84), assists (116) and points (200).
John was elected to the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame on Nov. 4, 2015 as a part of the 25th anniversary class.
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RUSTY KRUGER assistant coach/eastern scout
Rusty Kruger will be entering his third season as assistant coach and eastern scout of the Buffalo Bandits. The
Orangeville, Ontario native and 11-year NLL veteran forward spent the 2008 season as a member of the
Bandits. The 38-year-old coach scored 242 points (125+117) in 115 NLL games before retiring in 2008. Kruger
has won three Canadian junior men’s lacrosse Minto Cup Championships (1993, 1995 and 1996) with the
Orangeville Northmen, and was also named MVP of the 1995 championship.
DAVE PYM assistant coach/western scout/video coach
Dave Pym will be entering his third season as assistant coach, western scout and video coach of the Buffalo
Bandits. Pym most recently spent the 2013 NLL season as a western scout for the Toronto Rock. Prior to that, he
served as head coach of Calgary for three seasons, guiding the Roughnecks to a pair of regular-season Western
division titles.
ROB BUCHAN western scout
Rob Buchan will be entering his third season as a western scout of the Buffalo Bandits. Buchan is also currently
the vice president and general manager of the Western Lacrosse Association’s Langley Thunder.
SHAWN WILLIAMS eastern scout
Shawn Williams will be entering his first season as an eastern scout for the Buffalo Bandits. During his 17-year
career as a player, Williams appeared in 257 games and totaled 1,152 points (444+708), including 58 games
for the Bandits in which he scored 231 points (99+132) over four seasons.
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JON BECK
GREG DeLUKE
Team Chiropractor
Athletic Trainer
MATT MEYER
TED CORDINGLEY
Massage Therapist
RANDY MEARNS
Radio Color
KELSEY SCHNEIDER
Director of Game
Presentation
Equipment Manager
DR. CHRIS SUITA
DR. MICHAEL RAUH
Team Doctor
DAN RISTINE
Assistant Equipment
Manager
JOHN SINCLAIR
DR. MICHAEL JORDAN
DR. KEVIN NOWICKI
NICK MAY
JEREMY WISEMAN
Team Doctor
Assistant Equipment
Manager
JOHN DURBIN
Mental Performance
Coach/Team Counselor
VP Ticket Services &
Operations
Director of Marketing
MIKE KAMINSKA
JORDAN DeBOLT
CHRIS RYNDAK
Merchandise Director
Public Relations
Assistant
Team Dentist
Lacrosse Operations
Assistant
CARA FOLIGNO
Marketing Manager
DR. RYAN MAINE
Team Dentist
JOHN GURTLER
Radio Play-by-Play
CRAIG KANALLEY
Social Media Manager
Digital Content
Manager
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19
FORWARD
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
17
19
21
24
93
92
9
2
36
Ryan Benesch
Chad Culp Tyler Ferreira
Mitch Jones
Anthony Malcom
Dhane Smith
Mark Steenhuis
Jerome Thompson
Daryl Veltman
L
L
L
R
R
R
R
L
L
Jan. 30, 1985
Feb. 5, 1982
June 25, 1993
Dec. 12, 1991
Oct. 22, 1992
Sept. 23, 1992
Dec. 3, 1980
June 4, 1988
Sept. 9, 1985
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
15
13
8
66
75
20
55
Matthew Bennett
Dave Brock
Kevin Brownell
Alex Kedoh Hill
Jay Thorimbert
Nick Weiss
Mitch Wilde
L
R
R
R
R
R
R
Jan. 28, 1993
Aug. 13, 1986
Aug. 16, 1988
Sept. 8, 1990
July 6, 1989
Aug. 16, 1992
June 12, 1991
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
4
23
3
Jamie Batson
Steve Priolo
Billy Dee Smith
R
R
L
April 2, 1985
Jan. 15, 1989
June 30, 1982
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
44
65
Anthony Cosmo
Davide DiRuscio
G
G
Oct. 6, 1977
May 5, 1992
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
12
30
88
5
Mitch de Snoo
Tim Edwards
Craig England
Adam Will
L
R
R
R
Oct. 22, 1992
Oct. 8, 1992
March 2, 1990
July 3, 1992
No. Name
Shoots
DOB
22
Andrew Watt L
Hometown
Kitchener, ON
Arthur, ON
Brampton, ON
Delta, BC
New Westminster, BC
Kitchener, ON
St. Catharines, ON
Nedrow, NY
Georgetown, ON
TRANSITION
Hometown
Brampton, ON
Burlington, ON
Millgrove, ON
Six Nations, ON
St. Catharines, ON
Port Hope, ON
Brooklin, ON
DEFENSE
Hometown
Brantford, ON
St. Catharines, ON
St. Catharines, ON
GOALIE
Hometown
Orangeville, ON
Oakville, ON
PRACTICE SQUAD
Hometown
Oshawa, ON
Jamesville, NY
Fergus, ON
Langley, BC
INJURED RESERVE
Jan. 9, 1984 Hometown
Kitchener, ON
20
Born APR 2, 1985 in Brantford, ON
6 ft. 0 in.
218 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Acquired from Rochester with second-round picks in the 2016 and 2017 NLL Entry Drafts in exchange for Joe
Resetarits and a third-round pick in the 2016 NLL Entry Draft on March 31, 2015.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in five total games, two for Rochester and three for Buffalo, tallied an assist and scooped up 14 loose
balls…Collected an assist at New England (4/26).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2013: Appeared in five games for Rochester and collected 18 loose balls... 2012: Made one appearance for Rochester and scooped up a loose ball.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
GPG A TPLBPIM
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TP LBPIM
2012
2013
2015
2015
Rochester
Rochester
Rochester
Buffalo
10001 0
50001812
20002 0
3011120
-- ---- -- --
-- ---- -- --
-- ---- -- --
-------- --
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
1101133
12
3011120
-------- -- --------- -- --
-----
21
Born JAN 30, 1985 in Kitchener, ON
5 ft. 9 in.
180 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
From Minnesota with Andrew Watt in exchange for first-round selections in the 2015 and 2016 NLL Entry
Drafts and a third-round selection in the 2017 NLL Entry Draft on July 15, 2013.
SEASON STATS 2015
Led all Bandits players in points (113) and goals (55)… Set career-highs in points (113), goals (55) and assists
(58)… His 113 points left him just shy of the franchise record of 115 points set by John Tavares in 2001… Set
the single-season franchise record for goals with 58… Was named to the 2015 NLL All-Pro First Team and was
a finalist for the NLL MVP award… Tallied at least seven points in each of the last five regular-season games…
Recorded a career-high 12 points (3+9) in the regular season finale vs. New England (5/2)… Had eight points
(4+4) at New England (4/26)… Logged nine points (4+5) and eight shots vs. Vancouver… Had four goals at
Minnesota (4/11)... Scored five times and tallied two assists vs. New England (4/4)… Totaled nine points (4+5)
vs. Toronto (3/13)… Chipped in eight points (2+6) at Calgary… Contributed five goals at Toronto (1/23)…
Notched seven points (5+2) in 12 shots (1/3)... Playoffs: Tallied six points (2+4) in the Bandits’ lone playoff
game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Finished atop all Bandits players in assists (53) and points (78)… Tallied nine points (3+6) vs. Rochester (4/26)… Contributed six points (2+4) vs. Calgary
(4/5)… Recorded five points (1+4) and 10 shots at Minnesota (3/23)… Registered six points (1+5), including his 300th career assist vs. Philadelphia (2/15)…
Tallied four points (2+2) and 11 loose balls at Rochester (2/8)… Scored a hat trick and added 10 shots vs. Toronto (2/1)… Notched six assists vs. Rochester
(1/25)…Recorded eight points (1+7), including the 500th of his NLL career, at COL (1/18)… Registered five points (1+4) and recovered 10 loose balls at
Philadelphia (1/12)…Contributed three goals and five points vs. Toronto (1/10)… Tallied three points (2+1) in his Bandits debut vs. Philadelphia (12/28)...
Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, recording a team-high 17 points (8+9)... 2013: Appeared in all 16 games for Minnesota, recording 84 points (34+50),
which tied him for seventh among NLL players…His 34 goals and 50 assists ranked tied for sixth and ninth in the NLL, respectively… Tallied at least two
points in all 16 outings, including a season-high seven points on four separate occasions (1/12 at Buffalo, 1/26 vs. Washington, 2/22 at Edmonton and 3/8
at Calgary)… Named Player of the Game in a 15-14 win vs. Washington (1/26) after he registered seven points (4+3)… Playoffs: Tallied 16 points (7+9)
and credited with 18 shots in two games... 2012: Suited up for 13 games with Minnesota, registering 72 points (33+39)… Appeared in his 100th career NLL
game at Philadelphia (4/7)… Named Player of the Game in back-to-back outings at Washington (2/24) and at Calgary (3/3) after contributing eight (2+6)
and seven (4+3) points, respectively… Named to Western Conference All-Star team... Playoffs: Notched nine points (4+5) in two games… 2011: Appeared in
all 16 games for Minnesota, recording 95 points (46+49) to lead the entire NLL in point-scoring… Also scored an NLL-best 46 goals… Named player of the
game in five of the team’s 16 outings… Registered 11 points (7+4) at Washington (1/14)… Named to Western Conference All-Star team… Playoffs: Played
in one game, recording three assists and 11 shots… 2010: Played in 15 games for Minnesota, amassing 83 points (28+55) and recovering a career-high 85
loose balls… Tallied 11 points (2+9) at Calgary (3/26)… Recorded 11 shots at Washington (2/5), vs. Washington (2/13) and at Colorado (2/27)… Playoffs:
Appeared in one game, registering four points (1+3)… 2009: Saw action in 14 games for Edmonton, tallying 44 points (17+27)… Notched a season-high eight
points (3+5) at Colorado (1/24)… 2008: Recorded 50 points (19+31) in 14 games with Toronto…Registered a career-high 23 PIM vs. Minnesota (1/11)… 2007:
Appeared in 15 games for Toronto, recording 58 points (33+25)… Notched four goals in three straight games (3/17 vs. Colorado, 3/23 at Minnesota, 3/30
vs. Philadelphia)… Playoffs: Appeared in one game, scoring three goals and adding 16 shots.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Toronto
Toronto
Edmonton
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Buffalo
Buffalo
15
33
25
58
6410
14
19
31
50
71
27
14
17
27
44
712
15
28
55
83
852
16
46
49
95
794
13
33
39
72
3818
16 3450 84 59 14
18 2553 78 88 10
18
55
58
113
996
1303 8
-------- --
-------- --
1134 5
1033 6
2459 9
2 7 9 16 9
4 8 9 17 13
1246 9
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
139
36
12
5
290
80
387
111
677
191
654
187
100
16
GPG A TP LBPIM
25
10
33
13
58
23
59
22
0
--2
2
2
0
0
5
11
5
22
Born JAN 29, 1993 in Brampton, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
198 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s second-round selection (14th overall) in the 2014 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Played in two games as a rookie for the Bandits last season… Collected seven loose balls and tallied two shots.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Scored a goal and an assist in his season debut vs. Six Nations (5/16)… Had three straight multi-point games (6/6-6/13)… Had a season-high fourgame point streak (6/27-7/5).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Brampton
Brampton
Brampton
Brampton
Buffalo
1941519420
20518
23030
1911
13
24198
20713200 45
20007 2
2 1 1 2 0 2
3011 0 4
7347 0 12
8 0 2 2 0 12
0000 0 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
Junior Totals
20007 2
20007 2
78
27
59
86
5
193
0000 0 0
0000 0 0
20
4
8
12
0
30
23
Born AUG 13, 1986 in Burlington, ON
6 ft. 3 in.
215 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Acquired from Philadelphia with Mike Hominuck in exchange for Kevin Buchanan and a third-round pick in
2013 NLL Entry Draft on Aug. 13, 2012.
SEASON STATS 2015
Played in 15 games and tallied eight points (1+7)… His seven assists tied a career high previously set in 2013…
Tallied an assist at New England (4/26)… Recorded an assist vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Logged an assist vs.
Minnesota (3/21)… Netted his only goal of the season at Toronto (3/14)… Pitched in an assist at Toronto
(3/13)… Had a multi-point game (0+2) vs. Rochester… Notched his first assist of the season vs. Minnesota
(1/30).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Registered an assist vs. Philadelphia (2/15)…Netted his first goal of the season vs. Toronto (2/1)… Recorded five penalty minutes and recovered three
loose balls at Colorado (1/18)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, tallying four points (0+4)... 2013: Appeared in 15 games for Buffalo, setting new
career highs in goals (6), assists (7), points (13) and PIM (46)… His 46 PIM were tied for most among Bandits players and fifth in the NLL, along with Steve
Priolo… All six of his goals were scored within the season’s first six games… Recorded 15 PIM and 11 PIM vs. Colorado (3/9) and at Rochester (2/16),
respectively… Tallied a season-high four points vs. Philadelphia (1/26)... 2012: Tied career high with three goals during season with goals at Buffalo (1/27),
vs. Toronto (2/4) and at Toronto (3/9)… Tallied five points (3+2) through season to tie a career high…Set new personal best with nine loose balls on two
occasions vs. Rochester (1/14 and 3/3)… Played in every game of season... 2011: Scored first NLL goal at Toronto (3/14)…Notched first NLL point with an
assist against Buffalo (2/12)… Picked up a season-high five loose balls vs. Buffalo (2/12) and at Boston (4/9)… Played in every game of season.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Boston
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
20113 0
11325418
153256642
1567135546
121125316
151784128
GPG A TP LBPIM
-- ---- -- --
-------- --
1000 2
-------- --
404415
1000 3
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
70
14
20
34
259
136
42815
23
149
90
604420 2
504418 2
--0
-2
0
24
Born AUG 16, 1988 in Millgrove, ON
6 ft. 1 in.
179 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s third-round selection (22nd overall) in the 2012 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Logged career highs in games played (18); goals (6), assists (13), points (19) and loose balls (79)… Notched
an assist vs. New England (5/2)… Chipped in a goal at New England (4/26)… Tallied three points (0+3)
and collected seven loose balls vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Recorded two points (1+1) vs. Minnesota (3/21)…
Contributed three points (2+1) vs. Rochester (2/14)… Pitched in two assists at Vancouver (1/17)... Playoffs:
Collected two loose balls in Buffalo’s lone playoff game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Contributed an assist at Minnesota (3/23)… Recorded an assist at Rochester (2/8)… Tallied two points (1+1) at Colorado (1/18)… Scored a pair of
goals vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... 2013: Appeared in seven games for Buffalo, amassing eight points (2+6)… Registered five points (1+4) and five shots on
goal at Washington (4/13)… Recovered five loose balls at Toronto (3/29)... 2012: Earned 2012 NEC All Second Team honors while playing his senior year
at Robert Morris University.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2013
2014
2015
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
7268190
123474412
1861319
7911
-------- -- --------- -- -1000 2 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
37
11
23
34
142
23
3711
23
34
142
23
1000 2 0
1000 2 0
25
Born OCT 6, 1977 in Orangeville, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
202 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
From Minnesota in exchange for Buffalo’s first-round pick in the 2013 NLL Entry Draft and Buffalo’s first-round
pick in the 2014 NLL Entry Draft on Feb. 17, 2012.
SEASON STATS 2015
Played in 17 games and recorded a 10-7 record and an 11.31 GAA…His 10 wins set a career high…Allowed
10 goals or fewer in six games throughout the season including five of the last six down the stretch…Eclipsed
the 1,000 minute mark, playing in 1013:41 during the course of the year, ranking as his second-highest total
only behind the 2014 season…Stopped 36 of 46 shots vs. New England (5/2)…Made 39 saves on 48 shots
at New England (4/26)…Had 46 saves on 55 shots vs. Vancouver (4/25)…Made a season-high 49 saves at
Toronto (3/14). Playoffs: Made 41 saves at Rochester (5/8).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Named a finalist for 2014 NLL Goaltender of the Year… His 752 saves set a new NLL record… Also established new career-highs with 1,063 minutes
played and 10 assists… Allowed 10 goals or less in 10 outings… Eclipsed the NLL record for saves in a single season (662) at Toronto (4/18)… Appeared
in his 200th career game at Vancouver (3/23)… Chipped in a pair of assists at Minnesota (3/23)… Stopped 45 of 52 shots faced vs. Philadelphia (2/15)…
Earned his fifth consecutive win vs. Toronto (2/1)… Made 46 saves vs. Rochester (1/25)… Turned aside 52 of 62 shots faced to earn his first victory of the
season vs. Toronto (1/10). Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, compiling a 2-2 record to go along with a 12.08 GAA and SV% of .760. 2013: Saw action
as a goaltender in 14 of his 16 games… Named Player of the Game in a 10-6 win at Rochester (2/16) after making a season-high 54 saves… Notched
consecutive victories on two separate occasions, at Rochester (1/19) and vs. Philadelphia (1/26) as well as at Rochester (2/16) and at Toronto (2/28). 2012:
Season-high 47 saves on 63 shots at Washington (4/28)… 46 saves on 55 shots (.836 SV %), two assists vs. Rochester (4/21)… 31 saves on 39 shots in relief
at Edmonton (4/14)… NLL Defensive Player of the Week for Week 14 after first win as a Bandit with 46 saves on 53 shots (.868 SV %), an assist, and only
allowing one second-half goal vs. Philadelphia (4/7)… 15 saves on 25 shots at Toronto (3/16)… 20 saves on 27 shots at Rochester (3/10)… Started in Bandits
debut vs. Colorado (3/3).
Five-time NLL All-Star… 2007 NLL Goaltender of the Year.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GP MIN W-L GAGAA
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Toronto
Toronto
Toronto
Toronto
San Jose
San Jose
San Jose
San Jose
Boston
Boston
Boston
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
5 132:17 1-1
16 255:56 2-2
16 359:20 5-1
16 392:44 5-1
15
698:45
3-9
12
688:05
5-7
15
810:00
8-5
16
824:56
7-6
16 840:02 9-5
16 890:18 7-6
16 913:13 8-7
10 382:02 3-3
16 628:21 4-4
18 1063:36 8-9
17 1013:4110-7
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
220
61
9893:16
3087:40
85-73
25-23
GP MIN W-LGA GAA
198.63
4510.57
6110.19
6810.40
143 12.28
119 10.38
138 10.22
147 10.70
14210.14
1419.50
1479.66
7912.41
14013.37
19110.77
19111.31
1
1
1
1
-
-
2
1
1
1
1
1
-
4
1
-
-
-
37:39
-
-
106:39
60:00
59:59
60:00
60:00
60:00
-
178:52
59:29
- -
- -
- -
0-1 11 17.65
-
-
-
-
0-1
20
11.28
0-1
18
18.00
0-1 10 10.07
0-1 12 12.00
0-1 11 11.00
0-1 7 7.00
- -
2-2 36 12.08
0-1 41 14.12
1771
601
16
6
682:38
298:21
2-10
2-4
10.74
11.68
139
57
12.22
11.46
26
Born FEB 5, 1982 in Arthur, ON
5 ft. 9 in.
179 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Signed as a free agent on Nov. 22, 2010.
SEASON STATS 2015
Tallied 36 points (11+25) in 16 games played… Scored a goal and had two assists vs. New England (5/2)…
Chipped-in two assists at New England (4/26)… Logged two points (1+1) vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Contributed
three assists vs. Minnesota (3/21)… Logged a season-high six points (3+3) at Calgary… Had four points (1+3)
in consecutive games at Toronto (1/23) and vs. Minnesota (1/30)… Recorded three points (1+2) vs. New
England... Playoffs: Netted two goals at Rochester (5/8) and recovered six loose balls.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Recorded an assist at Minnesota (3/23)… Scored a goal at Edmonton (3/21)… Recorded his 400th career point with a goal vs. Colorado (3/15)…
Contributed a pair of assists vs. Philadelphia (2/15)…Netted a goal at Rochester (2/8)… Chipped in a goal in his season debut vs. Toronto (1/10)... Playoffs:
Appeared in all four games, tallying five points (2+3)... 2013: Registered 21 points in 11 games with Buffalo… Contributed five points vs. Minnesota (1/12) and
vs. Philadelphia (1/26)… Recovered a season-high eight loose balls at Rochester (1/19) and vs. Philadelphia (1/26)… Registered seven PIM vs. Colorado (3/16)...
2012: Assessed a career-high 24 PIM in 2012… Tallied four points (1+3) and collected five loose balls vs. Rochester (4/21)… Recorded a team-high eight points
(2+6) at Toronto (3/16)… Registered six points (3+3), added three loose balls and four PIM at Minnesota (1/28)… Recorded four points (2+2), including his 200th
career assist vs. Philadelphia (1/27)… Playoffs: Recorded two assists and recovered a playoff career-high 10 loose balls at Toronto (5/5)… 2011: Notched two
points (1+1) and four loose balls vs. Rochester (4/23)… Picked up five points (2+3) and six loose balls at Toronto (4/8)… Recorded four points (1+3) vs. Rochester
(3/5)… Tied career high with four goals and added three assists at Philadelphia (2/12); also scored 300th career point and recovered 500th career loose
ball… Scored five points (3+2) and led both teams with two forced turnovers vs. Minnesota (2/4)… Scored a goal and recovered a team-high 11 loose balls at
Toronto, tying career high (1/29)… Scored two goals in Bandit debut at Philadelphia (1/15)… Did not dress at Calgary (1/8)… Playoffs: Recorded four points
(1+3) vs. Boston (4/30)… Scored two goals vs. Toronto (5/7)… 2010: Appeared in 13 games… Led all Mammoth runners with seven points (1+6) at Minnesota
(1/22)… Recorded five consecutive multiple-point games 3/26 to 4/10… Played in 100th career game at Washington (3/27), picking up three points (1+2)…
2009: Recorded points in 13 of 15 games… Matched career high with eight points (2+6) at Buffalo (2/28)… Scored 100th career goal vs. Edmonton (4/4)…
2008: Appeared in all 16 games for the first time in his career… Recorded 100th career assist in season opener at Toronto (1/1)… Tied career best with 55 points
(23+32), setting a career high in goals… Topped personal best, grabbing 89 loose balls… Recorded a point in all 16 games… Playoffs: Recorded five assists
in one game… 2007: Recorded points in 11 of 11 games… 10 multi-point games… Playoffs: Picked up three points (1+2) and two loose balls in one game…
2006: Tallied career-high 35 assists and 55 points in 15 games… Recorded most penalty minutes of his career (22)… Notched a point in each of 15 games…
Set career high with eight points (4+4) vs. Philadelphia (2/10)… Playoffs: Scored four points (1+3) and grabbed six loose balls in one game… 2005: Scored 41
points in 14 games (18+23)… Improved career best with 87 loose balls… Recorded six points (4+2) at Buffalo (3/18)… 2004: Appeared in seven games… Picked
up six points (3+3)… 2003: Scored 26 points (12+14) in 13 games as a rookie with New York… Picked up 60 loose balls and racked up 21 penalty minutes.
CAREER STATS
Year
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
New York
Arizona
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Colorado
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
179
75
11
8
13
12
14
26
60
21
7336138
14
18
23
41
87
19
15
20
35
55
6922
1113243729 18
16
23
32
55
8914
15
12
23
35
877
137
23
30
426
1521
19
40
6110
1616
30
46
5924
11714215411
1774115928
1611
25
36
6224
170
62
269
92
439
144
685
295
212
97
-------- -- --------- -- --------- -- -1134 6 0
1 1 2 2 2 2
1055 2 2
-------- -- --------- -- -2336 9 0
102210 0
-------- -- -4 23 510 6
1202 6 10
9
7
17
8
26
15
45
35
20
16
27
Born OCT 22, 1992 in Oshawa, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
220 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Acquired from Calgary in exchange for Brandon Goodwin on Dec. 28, 2015.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2015: Tallied eight points (7+1) over 15 appearances for the Drexel University Dragons…Set collegiate career-highs in goals (7), points (8), and loose balls
(8)…Was selected in the 2nd round (13th overall) by the Calgary Roughnecks.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2012
2013
2014
2015 Drexel
Drexel
Drexel
Drexel
50005 0
104043 0
165276 0
157188 1
-- ---- -- --
-- ---- -- --
-- ---- -- --
-- ---- -- --
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
Collegiate Totals
---------- --
---------- --
46
16319
221
-------- -- --
-------- -- --
0000 0 0
-----
28
Born MAY 5, 1992 in Oakville, ON
6 ft. 3 in.
300 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Signed as a free agent on Aug. 5, 2014.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in three games for the Bandits and made one start… Made his first NLL appearance in relief at
Rochester, making 10 saves on 14 shots in 15:32 of playing time… Won his first career start vs. Colorado,
making 36 saves on 47 shots.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Won his first three appearances of the season… Helped St. Catharines allow the third-fewest goals in the Ontario Jr. B league.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
2014
2015
St. Catharines
Buffalo
GP MIN W-L GAGAA
4
180:00
3-0
25
8.33
3 75:45 1-0 1511.88
2
94:57
0-2
23
14.53
1 00:31 0-0 0 0.00
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
Junior Totals
3
3
4
1
1
2
75:45
75:45
180:00
1-0
1-0
3-0
15
15
25
11.88
11.88
8.33
GP MIN W-LGA GAA
00:31
00:31
94:57
0-0
0-0
0-2
0
0
23
0.00
0.00
14.53
29
Born OCT 8, 1992 in Jamesville, NY
6 ft. 2 in.
194 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s fourth-round selection (36th overall) in the 2015 NLL Entry Draft.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2015: Tallied 30 points (17+13) in fifteen contests for the Canisius College Golden Griffins… Second player in school history to receive All-MAAC accolades
in each of his four seasons including First-Team honors in the 2013, 2014 and 2015 seasons.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2012
2013
2014
2015 Canisius
Canisius
Canisius
Canisius
14
13
19
32
23--
13
20
19
39
28--
1515294483 --
15
17
13
30
70--
GPG A TP LBPIM
-------- --
-------- --
-- -- -- -- --
-------- --
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
Collegiate Totals
---------- --
---------- --
57
65
80
145
204--
-------- -- --------- -- -0000 0 0
-----
30
Born MAR 2, 1990 in Fergus, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
210 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Signed by Buffalo as a free agent on Dec. 16, 2015.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in 13 games for the New England Black Wolves and scooped 34 loose balls during those games.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Played for the Toronto Rock and appeared in four games, tallying one assist during those games.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2014
2015 Toronto
New England
40111321
13
0
0
0
34
43
-- ---- -- -- ---
--
--
--
--
--
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
1701147
64
00000 0
-------- -- -0000 0 0
31
Born JUN 25, 1993 in Brampton, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
171 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s second-round selection (18th overall) in the 2014 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Spent the 2015 NLL season on the Bandits’ practice squad.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Had a season-high, eight-game point streak (5/23-6/11)… Registered five points (1+4) at Burlington (6/4)… Had two or more points in 10 of his 19
games on the season.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Brampton
Brampton
Brampton
Brampton
Brampton
Buffalo
20000 0
21
23
10
33314
17
15
10
25330
18 171229 1 30
19 1419 33 0 23
00000 0
1000 0 0
3202 1 8
3123 0 8
9 3 8 11 0 10
9 141630 0 8
0000 0 0
NLL
Buffalo Totals
Junior Totals
00000 0
00000 0
77
69
51
120
7
97
0000 0 0
0000 0 0
25
20
26
46
1
34
32
Born SEP 8, 1990 in Six Nations, ON
5 ft. 11 in.
166 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
From Rochester in exchange for defenseman Scott Self on March 14, 2013.
SEASON STATS 2015
Set career highs in games played (18), goals (23); assists (26), points (49), and loose ball (101)…Had a careerhigh eight points (4+4) vs. New England (5/2)… Logged seven points at New England (4/26)… Recorded two
assists vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Tallied four assists vs. New England (4/4)… Contributed a goal and an assist
vs. Minnesota (3/21)… Chipped in three points (1+2) at Toronto (1+2)… Netted four goals vs. Toronto (3/13)…
Collected four points (1+3) in consecutive games at Rochester (2/21) and vs. Colorado (2/28)… Pitched-in three
points (2+1) at Rochester (1/31)… Had two points (1+1) vs. Minnesota (1/30)... Playoffs: Had two goals in his
first career playoff game vs. Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2013: Contributed six points (3+3) and recovered 32 loose balls… Scored three goals in his Bandits debut vs. Edmonton (3/23), earning NLL “Transition
Player of the Week” honors... 2012: Appeared in five games for Rochester, recording 11 points (5+6)… Scored a pair of goals vs. Calgary (4/14)… 2011:
Completed his rookie season with Edmonton, tallying 11 points (5+6) in nine games… Netted two goals and two assists in his NLL debut vs. Boston (1/15).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2011
2012
2013
2015
Edmonton
Rochester
Buffalo
Buffalo
95611
28
10
55611
130
5336324
18
23
26
49
101
30
-------- --
-------- --
-------- --
1202 4
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
37
36
41
77
174
44
23
26
29
55
133
34
1202 4 4
1202 4 4
---4
33
Born DEC 12, 1991 in Delta, BC
6 ft. 2 in.
185 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
From Washington in exchange for the 20th overall pick in the 2013 NLL Entry Draft and a fifth-round
selection in the 2015 NLL Draft on Sept. 16, 2013.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in three regular-season games and set new career highs with eight goals and 11 points on the
season… Set a career high with four goals vs. New England (5/2)… Topped his previous career best totaling
five points (3+2) at New England (4/26)… Logged two points (1+1) at Minnesota (4/11)... Playoffs: Tallied two
assists in his first career playoff game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Joined the team for the final four games of the regular season…. Recovered 10 loose balls at Rochester (4/19)… Tallied three points (1+2) in his
Bandits debut at Minnesota (4/12)... 2013: Played in three games for Washington, tallying four points (1+3)… Recorded his first career point with an assist
in his first game at Minnesota (3/16)… Scored his first career goal vs. Calgary (3/30).
CAREER STATS
Year
Team
2013
2014
2015
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
Washington
Buffalo
Buffalo
31341 0
4235224
38311160
-- ---- -- -- --------- -- -1022 3 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
10
11
9
20
39
4
710616
384
1
0
2
2
3
0
1022 3 0
34
Born OCT 22, 1992 in New Westminster, BC
6 ft. 1 in.
190 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s second-round selection (11th overall) in the 2015 NLL Entry Draft.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2015: Played in the WLA for the Langley Thunder and recorded 49 points (26+23) in 18 contests… Tallied 65 points (30+35) over 16 contests for the Mars
Hill University Lions… Was named 2015 SAC Player of the Year.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2012
2013
2014
2015 2015
Mars Hill
Mars Hill
Mars Hill
Mars Hill
Langley
14549--1
14
16
30
46--0
15
25
19
44--0
16
35
30
65
--
4
18
26
23
49--2
GPG A TP LBPIM
-------- --
-------- --
-------- --
--
--
--
--
--
-------- --
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
Collegiate Totals
---------- --
---------- --
59
81
83
164
0 5
-------- -- --------- -- -0000 0 0
------
35
Born JAN 15, 1989 in St Catharines, ON
6 ft. 5 in.
234 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s second-round selection (21st overall) in the 2009 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Was named 2015 All-Pro NLL Second Team… Appeared in all 18 games for Buffalo last season… Set a career
high in loose balls with 104 recovered… Tallied two points (1+1) at Minnesota (4/11)… Recorded four points
(1+3) and collected 12 loose balls vs. Minnesota (3/21)… Logged two points (1+1) vs. Colorado (2/28)…
Chipped in two assists at Rochester (2/21)… Contributed three assists vs. Rochester (2/14)… Notched three
points (2+1) vs. Minnesota (1/30)... Playoffs: Collected four loose balls at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Established career-highs in goals (8), assists (18) and points (26)… Recorded four points (1+3) at Vancouver (3/29)… Tallied two points (1+1) at
Edmonton (3/21)… Registered four assists vs. Minnesota (3/8)… Contributed two assists vs. Philadelphia (2/15)… Earned 14 PIM vs. Toronto (2/1)…
Recorded his first career hat trick at COL (1/18)... Scored a pair of goals and recovered 10 loose balls vs. Toronto (1/10)…Tallied four assists vs. Philadelphia
(12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, recording two assists...2013: Appeared in all 16 games for Buffalo, tallying seven points (2+5) and tying
for first among Bandits players as well as fifth in the NLL with David Brock in PIM (46)… Finished second on the team with 76 loose ball recoveries… Tallied
two points vs. Rochester (4/20) and vs. Philadelphia (1/26)… Recorded a season-high 15 PIM at Minnesota (4/6)... 2012: Games missed due to injury: four
– mononucleosis (4/7-4/28)… Scored Bandits’ first goal of the season and first career goal in two-point performance (1+1) vs. Toronto (1/14), adding four
loose balls… Assessed a season-high 19 PIM and recovered three loose balls at Calgary (3/24)… Scored second career goal at Toronto (3/16)… Playoffs:
Games missed due to injury: one – mononucleosis (5/5)... 2011: Set career highs in games played (14), loose balls (38) and penalty minutes (48)… Picked
up an assist and six loose balls at Philadelphia (2/12)… Notched an assist and five loose balls vs. Toronto (1/22)… Recorded an assist and five loose balls at
Philadelphia (1/15)… Did not dress at Toronto (4/8) or at Rochester (4/9)… Playoffs: Appeared in first career playoff game vs. BOS (4/30); picked up two
loose balls and two penalty minutes… 2010: Appeared in nine games… Missed seven games as a healthy scratch… Scored first professional point (assist)
in NLL debut at Rochester (1/9)… Recorded 22 penalty minutes … Finished the season with seven points (0+7)… 2009: Appeared in 21 games for the
St. Catharines Athletics (OLA)… Scored 13 points (3+10)…Recorded 48 penalty minutes… Playoffs: Scored two points (1+1) in seven post-season games.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
90772222
140664438
122353125
162577646
18818
26
9765
18515
20
104
48
-------- --
2000 6
-------- --
-------- --
402224
1000 4
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
87
17
54
71
377 254 87
17
54
71
377
254
7
0
2
2
34
4
702234 4
-4
--0
0
36
Born JUN 30, 1982 in St Catharines, ON
6 ft. 3 in.
220 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s first-round selection (3rd overall) in the 2002 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Played in 17 games for the Bandits last season, totaling five points (1+4)… Tallied an assist at Rochester (2/21)…
Recorded an assist vs. Rochester (2/14)… Logged two assists at Rochester (1/31)… Netted a goal at New
England (1/2).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Missed one game due to an Achilles’ Heel injury (3/8) and four games due to a hamstring injury (4/12-4/26)… Notched an assist at Vancouver and
vs. Toronto (1/10)…Earned his first fighting major of the season vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, recovering seven loose
balls... 2013: Registered 37 PIM, good for third among Bandits players, and three points (2+1) over 12 games… Tallied an assist and 15 PIM vs. Colorado
(3/9)… Recorded a goal vs. Rochester (4/20) and at Toronto (2/28)… Credited with a season-high two shots on goal at Rochester (2/16)... 2012: Recorded
four loose balls and served 400th career penalty minute (currently ranks 3rd in NLL history) with seven PIM at Calgary (3/24)… Notched his first assist
of the season and collected five loose balls vs. Minnesota (3/17)… Recovered season-high six loose balls at Rochester (3/10)… Served one-game team
suspension vs. Colorado (3/3)… First-time NLL All-Star; started for the East in the 2012 NLL All-Star Game… Scored his first goal of the season, added six
loose balls and two PIM vs. Washington (2/4)… Served 20 PIM at Minnesota (1/28)… Playoffs: Recovered three loose balls and was assessed 10 PIM
at Toronto (5/5)... 2011: Missed entire regular season and playoffs on injured reserve due to a knee injury suffered during the summer of 2010… 2010:
Appeared in all 16 regular season games (only 2nd time in career) and scored eight points (4+4), 67 loose balls and 48 penalty minutes… Scored a goal
in three consecutive games (1/23-2/6)… Playoffs: Assist, six loose balls, two PIM at Toronto (5/1)… 2009: NLL Defensive Player of the Year… Missed three
games- two (foot), one (rest)… 12 points (5+7) in 13 regular season games… 47 loose balls and totaled 23 penalty minutes... Playoffs: Appeared in two
games and recorded one assist, eight loose balls and four penalty minutes... 2008: Suspended two games… Set a new career high with seven goals and
nine points… Career-high 57 loose balls… Third on the team in penalty minutes (58)… Career-high four goals with five points (4+1) against Philadelphia
(3/1)… Playoffs: Set new career highs in playoff points, goals (4) and loose balls (16)… Two goals in Buffalo’s Quarterfinal win over Philadelphia (5/2)…
2007: Set a career high in points and assists (8)… Assist and three loose balls in season debut vs. New York (1/12)… Two assists vs. Minnesota (1/20)...
Six loose balls vs. Toronto (2/02)... Assist and two loose balls at Philadelphia (2/17)... Assist and seven loose balls vs. Philadelphia (2/24)... Assist and five
loose balls vs. Colorado (3/24)... Assist and three loose balls vs. Rochester (4/13)... Two loose balls and two PIM at Rochester (4/14)… Playoffs: Recovered
six loose balls in two games… 2006: Appeared in 11 games… Scored a career high five goals and six points on the season… Third on the team in penalty
minutes (45)… Two goals in win over Toronto (1/21)… Goal and an assist vs. Philadelphia (2/11)... Playoffs: Led the team with 25 penalty minutes in three
games… 2005: Goal, four penalty minutes vs. Toronto (1/7)... Goal at Philadelphia (1/28)... Short-handed goal vs. Anaheim (2/11)... One assist at Calgary
(4/9)... Playoffs: Four penalty minutes against Rochester in Semifinals (4/23)… 2004: 56 penalty minutes, fourth-most in Bandits’ single-season history…
First goal of season at Vancouver (1/16)… Assist at Toronto (2/13)… Assist vs. Arizona 3/13/04... Goal at Rochester (3/20)... Playoffs: Assist at Rochester
(4/17)… 2003: Finished NLL rookie season with three points (2+1) and 46 penalty minutes… Tied for second on the team in penalty minutes… Penalty
minutes total (46) ranked third all-time in Bandits’ single-season rookie history… NLL debut vs. Albany (1/4), posting two penalty minutes... First career NLL
goal, 14 PIM at New Jersey (1/19)… First NLL assist vs. Calgary (1/25).
37
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo Buffalo
72132446
152244056
163143760
115164245
140884029
147295758
1357124723
164486748
---------- --
151124054
122132237
130222129
171453253
-------- -- -301111 4
1000 1 4
3123 8 25
2000 6 2
340416 2
2 01 1 8 4
1011 6 2
-------- -- -1000 3 10
-------- -- -4000 7 6
1000 3 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
163
163
32
32
34
34
66
66
435
435
548
548
20
20
5
5
5
5
10
10
69
69
59
59
38
Born SEP 23, 1992 in Kitchener, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
195 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s first-round selection (fifth overall) in the 2012 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Established career high marks in points (107), goals (39), and assist (68)… His 68 assists ranked third in the
NLL and broke the single-season franchise record, and his 107 points ranked fourth in the league and tied him
for the third-best output in franchise history… Tallied nine points (2+7) and 10 shots on goal vs. New England
(5/2/15)…Recorded seven points (2+5) at New England (4/26/15)… Logged nine points (1+8) vs. Vancouver
(4/25)…Contributed seven points (2+5) at Minnesota (4/11)… Chipped in five assists and a goal vs. Colorado
(2/28)…Registered a career-high 10 points (5+5) and tallied 15 shots at Calgary (2/7)… Finished with five
assists vs. Minnesota… Notched eight points (5+3) and 15 shots at Vancouver (1/17)... Playoffs: Tallied eight
points (5+3) in one playoff game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Recorded his 100th career point at Toronto (4/18)… Registered three points (2+1) at Minnesota (4/12)… Contributed two points (1+1) and nine shots
on goal at Vancouver (3/29)… Tallied five points (3+2) vs. Minnesota (3/8)… Chipped-in five assists vs. Toronto (2/1)… Recorded six points (3+3) at COL
(1/18)… Contributed nine points (3+6) at Philadelphia (1/12)… Tallied four assists vs. Toronto (1/10)… Registered four points (3+1) and 13 shots on goal
vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, tallying 14 points (7+7)... 2013: Finished first among Bandits players with 24 goals and
113 shots on goal as well as third with 44 points (24+20)… His rookie season goal (24), assist (20) and point (44) totals place him second, fifth and tied
for second (with Delby Powless) among all-time Bandits rookies in a single-season, respectively… Named to NLL All-Rookie Team… Named NLL Rookie of
the Week for Week 16, in which he tallied three goals and four points (3+1) vs. Rochester (4/20).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2013
2014
2015
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
1524
2044424
18 2039 59 79 9
18
39
68
107
7511
-------- -- -4 7 7 14 12 0
1358 6 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
51
51
5
5
83
83
127
127
210
210
196
196
24
24
10
10
12
12
22
22
18
18
0
0
39
Born DEC 3, 1980 in St Catharines, ON
5 ft. 9 in.
192 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
From Columbus in exchange for goaltender Ken Montour in 2002.
SEASON STATS 2015
Tallied 95 points (36+59) in 17 games for the Bandits last season… Set a career high in assists with 59…
Recorded eight assists vs. New England (5/2)… Tallied 11 points (5+6) at New England (4/26)… Logged
nine points (7+2) vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Pitched in six points (3+3) vs. Minnesota… Contributed five assists at
Toronto (3/14)… Notched seven points (2+5) vs. Toronto (3/13)… Chipped in five points (1+4) vs. Colorado
(2/28)… Had seven points (3+4) in consecutive games at Toronto (1/23) and vs. Minnesota (1/30)… Recorded
five points (1+4) vs. Edmonton... Playoffs: Tallied five points (1+4) in his only playoff game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Led the Bandits with a total of 31 goals on the season... Recorded seven points (4+3), 12 shots and 12 loose balls vs. Rochester (4/26)… Appeared
in his 200th career game and notched his 400th career assist at Toronto (4/18)… Recovered 14 loose balls at Minnesota (3/23)… Became the 16th player
in league history to appear in 100 consecutive games when he took the field vs. Colorado (3/15)… Chipped in five points vs. Colorado (3/15) and vs.
Minnesota (3/8)… Tallied five points (3+2) vs. Philadelphia (2/15)… Registered two points (1+1) at Rochester (2/8)… Contributed a team-high six points
(4+2) to go along with 10 shots and nine loose balls vs. Toronto (2/1)… Recorded five points vs. Rochester (1/25)… Contributed a team-high five points
(2+3) vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, tallying 16 points (6+10)... 2013: Finished in a tie for fourth with John Tavares among
Bandits team scoring with 39 points (36+26) and third with 71 loose ball recoveries… Recovered his 1,300th career loose ball vs. Rochester (4/20)…
Registered a season-high seven points (2+5) and eight shots at Washington (4/13)… Recorded 15 PIM at Philadelphia (1/11)... 2012: Finished third among
Bandits team scoring with 62 points (27+35) and second with 75 loose balls… Registered a career-high 38 PIM… Named NLL Transition Player of the Week
for Week 16 after recording a season-high and game-high eight points (4+4) vs. Rochester (4/21), including his 300th goal with the Bandits… Named
NLL Transition Player of the Week for Week 11 after tying for team lead with four points (1+3) and four loose balls vs. Minnesota (3/17)… Registered
seven points (4+3), including two shorthanded goals, and collected his 1,200th career loose ball with six loose balls at Toronto (3/16)… Scored his 300th
career goal at Rochester (3/10)… Playoffs: Scored a goal and recovered 10 loose balls at Toronto (5/5)… 2011: Recorded 300th career assist in five-point
performance (2+3) at Minnesota (3/27)… Recorded seven points (2+5) vs. Boston (3/12)… Recorded eight points (2+6) at Philadelphia (2/12)… Scored a
goal and two assists at Philadelphia (1/15); named NLL Transition Player of the Week… Playoffs: Scored four points (2+2) and recovered five loose balls
vs. Boston (4/30)… Recorded three assists vs. Toronto (5/7)… 2010: Led Bandits with career-high 54 assists… Also led Bandits in goals (36) and points
(90)… Set franchise record for shots in a season (238)… Tied for fourth in NLL with team-leading 11 power-play goals… Recorded season highs in goals
(6), points (10), shots (24) and shots on goal (17) in win vs. Orlando (3/6)… Scored game-winning goal vs. Boston (4/24) in nine-point performance (1+8)…
Ranked second in the league in both shots and shots on goal (175)… Playoffs: Scored six points (2+4) in one game… Tied for team lead in assists (4) and
shots (13)… 2009: Set career highs in goals (51 - tied franchise record), assists (50), points (101) and shots (186)… Posted team highs in assists (50), points
(101) and shots (186)… Set NLL record for most assists (13) and points (17) in a game vs. Toronto (2/14)… Scored a team-record eight goals in a 17-16 win
at Toronto (2/20)… Named MVP of All-Star game (second time in his career), scoring 13 points (7+6)… Picked up a season-high 16 loose balls vs. New
York (3/28)… Playoffs: Scored six points (4+2) in two games… Registered all four goals vs. Boston (5/2)… 2008: Missed one game due to injury (ankle)…
Named NLL Edge Championship Game MVP after scoring five goals and adding one assist… NLL Transition Player of the Year after leading all transition
players in goals (34) and overall points (75)… Named to NLL All-Pro team… Four-time NLL Transition Player of the Week… Tied a career high with 34
goals… Set a new career high with 41 assists and 75 points… Finished second on the Bandits in points and first in goal scoring… Tied for team lead with 121
loose balls… Had 11 games with five or more points… Had a season-high 10 points (4+6) vs. Philadelphia (3/1)… Scored four goals on three occasions;
1/26 at Philadelphia, 3/1 vs. Philadelphia and 4/19 vs. Chicago… Playoffs: Set franchise record with seven goals in East Division Championship game
against New York… 2007: Named MVP of All-Star game after scoring six goals and adding one assist… Four-time NLL Transition player of the Week…
Recorded a hat trick or better five times… Scored a season-high five goals and added an assist in season debut vs. New York (1/12)… Picked up 10 loose
balls in addition to recording seven points (4+3) vs. Minnesota (1/20)… Finished season third on team with 108 loose balls… Playoffs Had an assist and
six loose balls vs. Minnesota (4/22)… Finished with two goals and seven loose balls at Rochester (4/27)… 2006: Appeared in 15 games and led the team
with 34 goals… Ranked second on the team with 57 points… Picked up a career-high 144 loose balls… Led the team with three game-winning goals…
Recorded nine points (5+4) in season opener at Toronto (1/13)… Recorded five points (1+4) vs. Rochester (1/28)… Notched a hat trick and added an assist
40
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS continued
vs. Philadelphia (2/11)… Tied a franchise single-game record by scoring seven goals in a win over Rochester (3/25)… Had three goals and an assist vs.
San Jose (3/31)… Had four points (2+2) at Arizona (4/1)… Playoffs Scored three goals and five assists in three playoff games… Had two goals, including
the game-winner, in 11-10 first round win over Minnesota… Recorded two goals and two assists vs. Rochester in semi-finals… 2005: Eastern Division All-Star
alternate… Won Fastest Man Competition at All-Star game in Calgary… Named Player of the Week (week 10)… Recorded three goals and an assist at
Minnesota (1/21)… Scored four goals and two assists vs. Philadelphia (1/29)… Had seven points (4+3) vs. Anaheim (2/11)… Had eight four-point or better
games on the season… Scored six points (3+3) at Toronto (3/4)… Recorded five points (3+2) at Minnesota (3/11)… Scored five points (3+2) vs. San Jose
(4/16)… Playoffs Led the Bandits with five goals vs. Rochester (4/23)… 2004: Eastern Division All-Star alternate… Named Game MVP of the 2004 AllStar Game (2/22) after totaling seven points (6-1)… Scored team-best three game-winning goals to tie single-season franchise record… Scored five points
(2+3), including the game-winning goal at Anaheim (1/18)… Had five points (3+2) at Rochester (2/28)… Recorded seven points (3+4) against Philadelphia
(4/4)… Playoffs: Tied John Tavares and Ted Dowling for second in Champion’s Cup playoff goals (7), trailing only Jonas Derks (9)… Tied for seventh in
playoff points (11)… Totaled five goals against Rochester in the first round (4/17)… Added a goal and two assists in semi-finals at Toronto (4/25)… Scored
a goal and recorded two assists in Champion’s Cup at Calgary (5/7)… 2003: Scored twice in Bandits debut vs. Colorado (1/11)… Finished season with
16 goals and 17 assists… Scored a season-high four goals and added two assists vs. Calgary (1/25)… Picked up five points (2+3) vs. New York (2/16)…
Had a pair of goals and assists vs. Rochester (3/7)… Playoffs: Had a goal and an assist vs. Calgary (4/19)… 2002: Scored 11 goals and 19 assists and
picked up 85 loose balls in 12 games as a rookie with Columbus… Ranked third on team with six power play goals.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Columbus
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
12
11
19
30
85
11
1516
17
33
128
35
16 27 17 44129 20
16
34
28
62
141
23
15
34
23
57
144
19
15
25
24
49
1084
15 3441 75121 35
1651
50
101
117
24
16
36
54
90
9927
16
22
39
618218
16
27
35
62
7538
1613
26397129
18 31 32 63108 21
17
36
59
95
6825
-------- --
211224
3 7 4 11 36
1516 0
353817
221313
3 12 5 17 23
2426 6
1246 4
2257 7
110110
-------- --
4 6 10 16 23
1145 5
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
219
207
25
25
397
386
464
445
861
831
1473
1388
329
318
48
48
40
40
88
88
168
168
-2
2
0
0
2
6
2
0
2
0
-2
2
20
20
41
Born JUN 4, 1988 in Nedrow, NY
5 ft. 11 in.
185 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Signed as a free agent on Oct. 8, 2014.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in 13 games for the Bandits and totaled 10 goals and 14 assists… Netted a goal vs. Vancouver
(4/25)… Recorded a goal and an assist at Minnesota (4/11)… Tallied three points (1+2) vs. New England…
Pitched in two assists vs. Toronto (3/13)… Contributed four points (1+3) vs. Colorado… Chipped in three points
(1+2) at Calgary… Netted a career-high five points and four goals (4+1) vs. Minnesota (1/30).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2015
Buffalo
13
10
14
24
35
12
---- - -
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
13
10
14
24
35
12
13
10
14
24
35
12
-
-
-
-
-
---- - -
42
Born JUL 6, 1989 in St Catharines, ON
6 ft. 0 in.
199 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
From Minnesota with Scott Self in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2011 NLL Entry Draft and a
first-round selection in the 2012 NLL Entry Draft on Aug. 23, 2010.
SEASON STATS 2015
Tallied 13 points in 18 games and collected a career high and NLL single-season record 246 loose balls…
Collected 18 loose balls and won 24 of 34 face offs vs. New England (5/2)… Tallied two assists and scooped
15 loose balls at New England (4/26)… Netted a goal vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Recorded three points (2+1),
collected 19 loose balls and won 20 of 25 face offs at Minnesota (4/11)… Scooped 18 loose balls and won 21
of 27 face offs (4/4)… Chipped-in an assist, picked up 17 loose balls and won 20 of 24 face-offs vs. Minnesota
(3/21)… Won 22 of 25 face offs and scooped 21 loose balls at Toronto (3/14)… Netted a goal at Rochester
(2/21)… Pitched in two goals at Rochester (1/31)… Logged a goal and an assist at Toronto (1/23)... Playoffs:
Collected 14 loose balls and won 20 of 28 face offs at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Finished with a career-high 191 lose ball recoveries on the season… Contributed a career-high four points (2+2) vs. Calgary (4/5)… Recovered 14
loose balls at Minnesota (3/23)… Scored a goal vs. Minnesota (3/8)… Registered two points (1+1) vs. Philadelphia (2/15)… Recovered 14 loose balls, won
20 of 27 faceoffs and recorded an assist vs. Toronto (2/1)… Recovered 16 loose balls and won 20 of 26 faceoffs vs. Toronto (1/10)…Tallied two points
(1+1) and recovered 13 loose balls vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, recording an assist to go along with 44 loose balls
and a 67.1 faceoff winning percentage (57-28)... 2013: Appeared in all 16 games for Buffalo, leading the team and establishing career-highs in faceoff
percentage (61.0%), faceoff wins (261) and loose ball recoveries (180)… His loose ball and faceoff win totals placed him third among NLL players in both
categories… Registered a total of 12 points (2+10) and career-best 10 assists... Named NLL Transition Player of the Week for Week 9, after recovering a
season-high 17 loose balls in a 15-13 win over Toronto (2/28) and following that up with 14 loose balls in an 11-10 overtime loss to Philadelphia (3/1)...
2012: Man games lost: two – ankle (3/24-3/31)… Led team in faceoff percentage and faceoff wins by going 80-for-139 (57.6%) on the draw… Recorded a
season-high two points (1+1), including his first goal of the season, collected a game-high 11 loose balls and went 8-for-12 (67%) on faceoffs vs. Rochester
(4/21)… Recorded his first point of the season with an assist vs. Minnesota (3/17), added six loose balls and went 7-for-10 (70%) on faceoffs… Collected a
team-high 10 loose balls and went 14-for-21 (67%) on faceoffs in consecutive games at Rochester (3/10) and at Toronto (3/16)… Recovered a game-high
and season-high 12 loose balls and went 10-for-15 (67%) on faceoffs vs. Colorado (3/3)… Playoffs: Collected three loose balls and went 7-for-16 (44%)
on faceoffs at Toronto (5/5)... 2011: Missed final game of season vs. Rochester due to injury (4/23)… Picked up 300th career loose ball vs. Washington
(4/2)… Recorded an assist and a team-high eight loose balls at Minnesota (3/27)… Picked up seven loose balls and went 7-for-14 on the draw vs. Bostron
(3/12)… Notched three points (1+2) and 12 loose balls while going 16-for-24 on the faceoff in back-to-back games vs. Rochester and at Boston (3/5-3/6)…
Did not dress vs. Philadelphia (2/19)… Recovered nine loose balls and went 10-for-15 on the faceoff at Toronto (1/29)… Playoffs: Recovered five loose balls
and went 17-for-37 in two playoff games… 2010: Ranked third in NLL, winning 180 of 409 faceoffs… Ranked fourth in NLL with career-high 152 loose balls
collected… Scored career-high eight goals and 14 points (8+6)… Named NLL Transition Player of the Week for Week 5 after recording three unassisted
goals and a team-high 13 loose balls…. Recorded career-best 17 loose balls vs. Edmonton (4/3)… Scored a hat trick vs. Washington (2/13)… Playoffs:
Played in one game, notching an assist, 11 loose balls and two penalty minutes... Won 16 of 28 faceoffs… 2009: Made NLL debut at New York (1/10),
recording one assist and five loose balls… Registered first career multi-point game (1+2) at Philadelphia (1/23), including first career shorthanded goal…
Scored in six consecutive games from 2/7-3/14 (3+3)… Playoffs: Appeared in first career NLL playoff game at Buffalo (5/2), collecting five loose balls.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Boston
Minnesota
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
155712840
158614
1529
14156810
9224732
1621012
1804
185611
1916
187613
246
14
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
105
30
42
72 1007 35
7517
29
46
769
26
PLAYOFFS
GPG A TP LBPIM
1 00 0 5
1 01 111
2000 5
1000 3
-------- --
4 01 144
1 00 014
0
2
0
0
-0
0
10
0
2
2
82
2
801166 0
43
Born SEP 9, 1985 in St. Catharines, ON
6 ft. 0 in.
208 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
Signed by Buffalo as a free agent on Aug. 8, 2015.
SEASON STATS 2015
Recorded 57 points (21+36) in 17 games for Calgary… Set a career-high with nine power play goals on the
season. Recorded his third straight full NLL season without tallying a single penalty minute… Playoffs: Played in
four playoff games, tallying nine points (4+5) and scooped six loose balls.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: : Tallied 61 points (20+41) in 18 games for Calgary and scooped 35 loose balls… Playoffs: Tallied a playoff career-high 19 points (5+14) in seven
playoff games for Calgary. 2013: Appeared in 12 games for Calgary and tallied 43 points (13+30)… Playoffs: Appeared in two playoff games and tallied
seven points (1+6) in those games. 2012: Netted 20 goals and tallied 42 assists to record 62 points in 16 games for Calgary… Scooped 42 loose balls
on the season… Playoffs: Played in one playoff games and tallied two assists in that game. 2011: Recorded 42 points (13+29) in 14 games for Calgary…
Playoffs: Played in two playoff games for Calgary and tallied four points (2+2) and scooped five loose balls in those games. 2010: Appeared in 16 games
for Boston and tallied 65 points (23+42)… Playoffs: Tallied six points (3+3) in one playoff games. 2009: Selected first overall in the 2008 NLL Draft out
of Hobart College…Named to the 2009 NLL All-Rookie Team… Set a career-high with 77 points (34+43) for Boston in his rookie campaign… Playoffs:
Scored seven points (3+4) in one playoff games.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Boston
Boston
Calgary
Calgary
Calgary
Calgary
Calgary
15
34
43
77
922
16
23
42
65
68
9
14
13
29
42
244
1620 426242 7
12
13
30
43
120
18 2041 61 35 0
17
21
36
57
350
GPG A TP LBPIM
1347 6
1
3
3
6
4
2224 5
1 0 2 2 3
2167 0
7 5 14 19 10
4459 6
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
108 144 263 407 308
22 00000 0
18
18
36
54
34
0
0000 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
Born JAN 9, 1984 in Kitchener, ON
6 ft. 1 in.
205 lbs.
Shoots LEFT
ACQUIRED
From Minnesota with Ryan Benesch in exchange for first-round selections in the 2015 and 2016 NLL Entry
Draft and a third-round selection in the 2017 NLL Entry Draft on July 15, 2013.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in 11 games last season, tallying three points (1+2) and collecting 36 loose balls… Netted a goal
vs. New England (5/2)… Tallied two assists at Minnesota (4/11)… Playoffs: Played in one game and collected
six loose balls at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Missed seven games with a shoulder injury (2/8-3/29)… Registered three points (2+1) at COL (1/18)… Netted his first goal as a Bandit vs. Toronto
(1/10)… Recovered seven loose balls in his Bandits debut vs. Philadelphia (12/28)... Playoffs: Appeared in all four games, tallying one point (1+0)...
2013: Appeared in 12 games for Minnesota, recording nine points (6+3)… Registered a season-high two goals vs. Toronto (2/8)… Recorded points in
six consecutive outings (1/25-2/22)… Playoffs: Appeared in one game, notching an assist and five loose balls... 2012: Suited up for all 16 games with
Minnesota, tallying nine points (6+3)… Scored four shorthanded goals and also a career-high 26 PIM… Named to NLL Western Conference All-Star
Team… Scored a pair of goals vs. Colorado (2/18) and at Washington (3/25)…Registered 10 PIM at Philadelphia (4/6)… Playoffs: Notched two goals in
two games… 2011: Appeared in all 13 games for Minnesota, recording a career-best 16 goals and 21 points… Netted a pair of hat-tricks vs. Rochester
(1/8) and at Colorado (3/4)…Recovered 10 loose balls vs. Rochester (1/8)… Playoffs: Held pointless in one game… 2010: Saw action in 14 games for
Minnesota, contributing 11 points (7+4) and 25 PIM while also recovering a career-high 81 loose balls… Credited with a season-high three points vs.
Colorado (1/22)… Notched a career-high 17 PIM vs. Washington (2/13)... Recovered a career-best 13 loose balls vs. Edmonton (4/3)… Playoffs: Tallied
a goal in the team’s lone playoff outing… 2009: Appeared in 13 games in his rookie season with Minnesota, recording 17 points (6+11)… Registered at
least a point in all but one game… Recovered 12 loose balls vs. Buffalo (1/24)… Credited with an assist in his first career game at Portland (1/3)… Scored
his first career goal vs. San Jose (1/10).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Buffalo
Buffalo
13611
17
68
10
1474118125
13
16521
704
166395326
12639404
93252623
111233621
GPG A TP LBPIM
-------- --
1 10 1 5
1000 2
2202 8
1011 5
4101 8
1000 6
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
86
45
30
75
367
113
204486244
10
4
1
5
34
2
510114 2
--
0
0
0
0
0
2
45
Born AUG 16, 1992 in Port Hope, ON
6 ft. 2 in.
207 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
From Vancouver with a 2014 first-round pick, a 2015 second-round pick and a 2018 first-round pick in
exchange for Rory Smith, Eric Penney and a 2014 second-round pick on Sept. 22, 2014.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in 17 games for Buffalo last season, tallying 12 points (7+5) and recovering a career-best 92 loose
balls… Netted a goal vs. New England (5/2)… Scored two goals and collected 11 loose ball at New England
(4/26)… Logged a goal vs. Vancouver (4/25)… Recorded a goal at Toronto (3/14)… Tallied two assists vs.
Toronto (3/13)… Chipped-in a goal at Rochester (2/21)… Playoffs: Contributed a goal and scooped four loose
balls at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Netted his first career NLL goal at Calgary (1/18)… Had a two points (1+1) in three of his first five games… Scored a goal and collected a seasonhigh 10 loose balls at Edmonton (3/8)… Recorded a season-high three-game goal streak (2/14-3/8).
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
2014
2015
Vancouver
Buffalo
15
7
6
13
86
18
1775129233
GPG A TP LBPIM
---- - 1 10 1 4 2
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
32
14
11
25
178
51
1775129233
1101 4 2
1 10 1 4 2
46
Born JUN 12, 1991 in Brooklin, ON
6 ft. 3 in.
175 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Buffalo’s second-round selection (15th overall) in the 2013 NLL Entry Draft.
SEASON STATS 2015
Appeared in all 18 games last season for Buffalo, totaling 12 points (3+9) and collecting a career-high 41
loose balls… Tallied two points (1+1) vs. Toronto (3/13)… Recorded a goal and an assist vs. Colorado (2/28)…
Contributed two assists at Calgary (2/7)…Chipped in two assists vs. Minnesota (1/30)… Logged a goal and
an assist at Vancouver (1/17)… Playoffs: Appeared in the Bandits’ only playoff game at Rochester.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
2014: Spent the first six games of the season as a member of the practice squad before being activated for the final 12 outings… Tallied two assists vs.
Rochester (4/26)… Registered three points at Minnesota (4/12)… Recorded a pair of points (1+1) vs. Calgary (4/5)… Netted a goal at Vancouver (3/29)…
Contributed an assist and six loose balls vs. Colorado (3/15)… Tallied a goal and an assist in his NLL debut vs. Philadelphia (2/15)... Playoffs: Appeared
in all four games, recording one point (0+1)... 2013: Tallied seven points (3+4) over 13 contests for the Robert Morris University Colonials.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2014
2015
Buffalo
Buffalo
104711324
1839124110
4 01 1 8 2
1 00 0 1 0
NLL Totals
Buffalo Totals
104711324
28716
23
7314
4 01 1 8 2
5011 9 2
47
Born JUL 3, 1992 in Langley, BC
6 ft. 1 in.
190 lbs.
Shoots RIGHT
ACQUIRED
Signed as a non-roster invitee before 2015 training camp on Oct. 2, 2015.
SEASON STATS 2015
Spent the 2015 NLL season on the Bandits’ Holdout List.
CAREER STATS
REGULAR SEASON
PLAYOFFS
Year
Team
GPG A TPLBPIM
GPG A TP LBPIM
2015
Buffalo
00000 0
0000 0 0
NLL
Buffalo Totals
00000 0
00000 0
0000 0 0
0000 0 0
48
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL TIME ATTENDANCE
49
2015 NLL
FINAL STANDINGS
EAST DIVISION
TEAM
z- Toronto x- Rochester
x- Buffalo
New England Minnesota
W 14
12
11
6
4
L 4
6
7
12
14
GB
-
2
3
8
10
PCT .778
.667
.611
.333
.222
GF 230
205
236
185
186
GA 185
173
208
226
249
DIVISION
8-3
8-4
6-7
4-10
5-7
W 13
9
7
5
L 5
9
11 13 GB
-
4
6
8
PCT .722 .500 .389 .278 GF 241
212
212
211
GA 177
218 217
265
DIVISON
9-2
5-6
5-6
3-8
WEST DIVISION
TEAM Y- Edmonton
X- Colorado
X- Calgary
Vancouver y- Clinched Division Title
x- Clinched Playoff Berth
z- Clinched Top Overall
2015 PLAYOFF RESULTS
DIVISION SEMIFINALS
DATE
Friday, May 8 Saturday, May 9
TEAM
Buffalo Bandits at Rochester Knighthawks
Calgary Roughnecks at Colorado Mammoth
FINAL SCORE
11-14
11-6
TEAMS
Calgary Roughnecks at Edmonton Rush
Toronto Rock at Rochester Knighthawks
Rochester Knighthawks at Toronto Rock
Rochester Knighthawks at Toronto Rock
Edmonton Rush at Calgary Roughnecks
Edmonton Rush at Calgary Roughnecks
FINAL SCORE
8-10
9-10
8-11
2-8*
9-12
4-1*
TEAMS
Edmonton Rush at Toronto Rock
Toronto Rock at Edmonton Rush
FINAL SCORE
15-9
10-11
DIVISION FINALS
DATE
Friday, May 15
Saturday, May 16
Saturday, May 23
Saturday, May 23
Saturday, May 23
Saturday, May 23
* 10-minute Mini-Game to determine winner of series
CHAMPION’S CUP FINAL
DATE
Saturday, May 30
Friday, June 5
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2015 NLL
FINAL STANDINGS
2015 TOP NLL SCORERS
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
PLAYER
Evans, Shawn
Matthews, Mark
Benesch, Ryan
Smith, Dhane
Duch, Rhys
Sanderson, Josh
Steenhuis, Mark
Jones, Adam
Dickson, Curtis
Church, Robert
Jamieson, Cody
TEAM
CGY
EDM
BUF
BUF
VAN
TOR
BUF
COL
CGY
EDM
ROC
POS. F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
GP
18
18
18
18
18
18
17
16
18
17
18
G
47
53
55
39
41
19
36
51
48
37
36
A
83
62
58
68
62
83
59
42
45
55
56
PTS
130
115
113
107
103
102
95
93
93
92
92
TEAM
EDM
ROC
TOR
TOR
CGY
BUF
MIN
COL
CGY
NBW
GP
18
18
18
18
18
17
18
16
18
18
GAA
9.44
9.62
9.70
10.36
11.12
11.31
11.70
12.55
12.88
13.55
SV%
.779
.803
.803
.792
.773
.781
.765
.760
.712
.728
W
12
10
6
8
6
10
5
7
1
4
L
5
6
2
2
6
7
8
6
5
13
2015 NLL GOALIE LEADERS
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PLAYER
Bold, Aaron
Vinc, Matt
Rose, Nick
Miller, Brandon
Scigliano, Frankie
Cosmo, Anthony
Higgins, Zach
Ward, Dillon
Poulin, Mike
Kirk, Evan
2015 NLL AWARD WINNERS
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DEFENSEMAN OF THE YEAR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRANSITION PLAYER OF THE YEAR:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COACH OF THE YEAR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GENERAL MANAGER OF THE YEAR:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TEAMMATE OF THE YEAR AWARD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PINTY’S WINGMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shawn Evans, Calgary Roughnecks
Matt Vinc, Rochester Knighthawks
Kyle Rubisch, Saskatchewan Rush
Joey Cupido, Colorado Mammoth
Ben McIntosh, Saskatchewan Rush
Kyle Buchanan, New England Black Wolves
John Lovell, Toronto Rock
Terry Sanderson, Toronto Rock
Bruce Urban, Saskatchewan Rush
Joel McCready (Vancouver Stealth)
Josh Sanderson (Toronto Rock)
2015 NLL ALL-PROS
FIRST TEAM
NAME
Ryan Benesch
Shawn Evans
Mark Matthews
Joey Cupido
Kyle Rubisch
Matt Vinc
TEAMPOS
BUF
Forward
CGY
Forward
EDM
Forward
COL
Transition
EDM
Defense
ROC
Goaltender
SECOND TEAM
NAME
Josh Sanderson
Cody Jamieson
Adam Jones
Brodie Merrill
Steve Priolo
Aaron Bold
TEAMPOS
TOR
Forward
ROC
Forward
COL
Forward
TOR
Transition
BUF
Defense
EDM
Goaltender
ALL ROOKIE TEAM
NAME
Ben McIntosh
Miles Thompson
Jeremy Noble
Eli McLaughlin
Robert Hope
Alex Buque
TEAMPOS
EDM
Forward
MIN
Forward
COL
Forward
COL
Forward
COL
Defense
COL
Goalie
51
52
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE
ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE
YEAR
REGULAR SEASON
GP ATTENDANCEAVERAGE
PLAYOFFS
GP ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
1992
4 55,28313,821
115,603 15,603
1993
4 65,30016,325
2 32,650 16,325
1994
4 65,13616,284
232,120 16,060
1995
4 63,30615,827
1 10,557 10,557
1996
5 74,41914,884
230,665 15,333
1997
5 87,66517,533
230,170 15,085
1998
6 73,53412,256
1999
648,6388,106
2000
649,1168,186
2001
756,2898,041
2002
859,3827,423
2003
856,0157,002
2004
871,4358,929
2005
8 82,30610,288
1 10,014 10,014
2006
8 94,94611,868
3 35,111 11,704
2007
8 120,32515,041
1 9,003
2008
9 135,12015,013
3 39,046 13,015
2009
8 143,651*17,956
1 13,343 13,343
2010
8 132,83616,605
2011
8 136,76517,096
2012
8 127,75215,969
2013
8 124,96015,620
2014
9 131,50614,612
2015
9 128,84714,316
Longest sellout streak, including playoffs: 10 games (January 23, 1993 to March 26, 1994)
17,873 7,873
1 6,761 6,761
9,003
2 23,622 11,811
1 9,209 9,209
*All-Time NLL Attendance Record
53
BANDITS HISTORY
SEASON OPENERS
OPENERS (12-12)
17-21
vs. New York – January 4, 1992
12-11
17-10
(W) at Pittsburgh – January 9, 1993
13-15
17-16
(W) at Detroit – January 21, 1994
13-11
17-13
(W) vs. Philadelphia – January 7, 1995
10-11
15-12
(W) 17-19
12-14
18-17
14-17
(L)
(W) (L)
(W) vs. Rochester – January 3, 2004
vs. Toronto – January 7, 2005
at Toronto – January 13, 2006
(L)
at Portland – December 30, 2006
(L)
vs. Rochester – January 11, 2008
at Philadelphia – January 12, 1996
9-12
(L)
vs. Rochester – January 4, 1997
15-11
(L)
vs. Philadelphia – January 3, 1998
5-10
(L)
at. Rochester – January 9, 2010
(W) at Philadelphia – January 8, 1999
9-10
(L)
at Calgary – January 8, 2011
(L)
(W) vs. Toronto – Janua ry 8, 2000
14-10
20-19
(W) at Washington – December 30, 2000
8-13
(L)
17-15
(W) vs. Washington – November 24, 2001
13-17
(L)
vs. Philadelphia – December 28, 2013
11-10
(W) vs. Albany – January 4, 2003
8-12
(L)
at New England – January 2, 2015
HOME (6-7)
17-21
(L)
17-13
(W)
17-19
(L)
12-14
14-17
17-15
11-10
(W) vs. Philadelphia – January 3, 2009
vs. Toronto – January 14, 2012
at Philadelphia – January 11, 2013
AWAY (6-5)
vs. New York – January 4, 1992
17-10
(W)
at Pittsburgh – January 9, 1993
vs. Philadelphia – January 7, 1995
17-16
(W)
at Detroit – January 21, 1994
vs. Rochester – January 4, 1997
15-12
(W)
at Philadelphia – January 12, 1996
(L)
vs. Philadelphia – January 3, 1998
18-17
(W)
at Philadelphia – January 8, 1999
(L)
vs. Toronto – January 8, 2000
20-19
(W)
at Washington – December 30, 2000
(W)
vs. Washington – November 24, 2001
13-11
(W)
at Toronto – January 13, 2006
(W)
vs. Albany – January 4, 2003
10-11
(L)
at Portland – December 30, 2006
12-11
(W)
vs. Rochester – January 3, 2004
5-10
(L)
at Rochester – January 9, 2010
13-15
(L)
vs. Toronto – January 7, 2005
9-10
(L)
at Calgary – January 8, 2011
9-12
(L)
vs. Rochester – January 11, 2008
8-13
(L)
at Philadelphia – January 11, 2013
15-11
(W)
vs. Philadelphia – January 3, 2009
8-12
(L)
at New England – January 2, 2015
14-10
(W)
vs. Toronto – January 14, 2012
13-17
(L)
vs. Philadelphia – December 28, 2013
54
BANDITS HISTORY
CAREER LEADERS
GAMES PLAYED
POINTS
FACEOFFS WON
PLAYERGP
PLAYERPOINTS
PLAYERFOW
John Tavares John Tavares
1,749*
Jay Thorimbert
1,016
Mark Steenhuis 306*
207
Mark Steenhuis 831
Cory Bomberry 365
Rich Kilgour
200
Mike Accursi 370
Rich Kilgour 359
Billy Dee Smith 163
Rich Kilgour 317
Mike Accursi 298
Chris White 116
Darris Kilgour 255
Darris Kilgour 255
Kyle Couling
113
Troy Cordingley 233
Brandon Francis
228
Pat McCready
112
Shawn Williams
231
Rob Kirkby 225
Mike Accursi 108
Roger Vyse
219
Tom Phair 179
Clay Hill 99
Dhane Smith
210
Brian Silcott 176
Steve Dietrich
88
Pat McCready 206
Kevin Alexander 137
GOALS
PENALTY MINUTES
SAVES
PLAYERGOALS
PLAYERPIM
PLAYERSV
John Tavares
815*
Billy Dee Smith 526
Steve Dietrich 2,748
Mark Steenhuis
386
John Tavares 374
Anthony Cosmo
2,201
Mike Accursi
207
Mark Steenhuis 318
Mike Thompson 1,852
Darris Kilgour
128
Kyle Laverty
296
Ross Cowie 1,133
Roger Vyse 102
Chris White 279
Ken Montour 1,103
Shawn Williams
99
Rich Kilgour 273
Pat O’Toole 682
Troy Cordingley
96
Darris Kilgour 257
Matt Disher 638
Rich Kilgour
94
Steve Priolo
254
Jim Vilneff
562
Dan Teat
84
Pat McCready 251
Bill Gerrie 524
Dhane Smith
83
Andy Ogilvie 235
Derek General 433
ASSISTS
LOOSE BALLS
WINS
PLAYERA
PLAYERLB
PLAYERWINS
John Tavares
John Tavares
2,188
Steve Dietrich
934*
47
Mark Steenhuis 445
Mark Steenhuis
1,391
Mike Thompson
31
Rich Kilgour 223
Pat McCready 990
Anthony Cosmo
25
Mike Accursi 163
Chris Driscoll 949
Ross Cowie 17
Troy Cordingley 137
Rich Kilgour 824
Ken Montour 16
Pat McCready 135
Jay Thorimbert
771
Pat O’Toole 13
Cory Bomberry 134
Mike Accursi 573
Bill Gerrie 11
Dhane Smith
127
Jim Veltman 559
Matt Disher 7
Darris Kilgour 127
Kyle Couling
515
Phil Wetherup 6
Delby Powless 127
Billy Dee Smith
472
Derek General 5
Bold indicates current Bandits player
*NLL record
55
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1993 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
45
28
43
32
26
40
36
17
5
16
18
1
12
21
46
22
6
37
33
13
14
39
PLAYER
John Tavares Derek Keenan Bob Hamley Darris Kilgour Jim Veltman Kevin Alexander
Troy Cordingley Stu Aird Brian Hall Glen Lay Rich Kilgour Randy Mearns Ross Cowie Mark Burnam Jim Bissell Carl Jutzin Bill Meagher Miles General Tom Emmick Robert Henry Bill Kerr Jon Lantzy Bill Gerrie # GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
39
Bill Gerrie
GP 8
8
8
8
6
7
7
8
7
8
8
8
6
6
4
3
7
6
8
1
1
1
5
G
35 22 14 11 7
13 8
9
4
8
3
3
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
A
23 12 19 17 20 6
10 7
9
4
7
3
5
3
3
2
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
GP MIN W
6
291:35
6
5
188:37
2
PTS 58 34 33 28 27 19 18 16 13 12 10 6
5
4
4
3
3
1
1
1
0
0
0
L
0
0
PIM 28 5
9
31 14 5
27 8
20 10 4
4
0
6
0
2
4
10
18 2
0
2
0
SOG 86 59 58 58 20 44 38 26 17 18 14 10 0
4
6
2
2
8
9
0
2
1
0
S
98 78 66
77 23
57 46
34 20 28 19 13 0
5
6
2
6
10 11 0
2
1
0
LB
93
35
37
69
102
41
16
61
35
35
24
27
28
10
11
3
15
8
16
2
0
0
17
GA GAASVSV%
58
11.90
194
.769
50
15.87
108
.683
1993 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
45
11
28
32
43
26
40
16
1
5
22
17
36
37
6
12
18
21
46
PLAYER
Derek Keenan John Tavares Bob Hamley Jim Veltman Darris Kilgour Kevin Alexander
Troy Cordingley Rich Kilgour Ross Cowie Glen Lay Bill Meagher Brian Hall Stu Aird Tom Emmick Miles General Mark Burnam Randy Mearns Jim Bissell Carl Jutzin # GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
39
Bill Gerrie
GP 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
G
5
4
2
0
2
4
2
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
A
4
3
5
7
3
0
2
0
3
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
GP MIN W
2
120:00
2
0
0:00
0
PTS 9
7
7
7
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
0
PIM 4
2
4
4
4
2
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
2
0
2
0
0
SOG 18 12 10 4
8
10 9
5
0
4
1
1
5
3
0
0
6
0
0
S
19 15
12
4
12 14 13 5
0
5
1
2
6
5
0
0
7
0
0
LB
14
6
12
29
17
10
12
8
28
9
4
7
15
2
0
8
8
0
0
GA GAASVSV%
22
11.00
80
.784
0
0.00
0
.000
56
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1994 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
32
Jim Veltman
40
Troy Cordingley
28
Bob Hamley
36
Stu Aird
43
Darris Kilgour
17
Brian Hall
16
Rich Kilgour
49
Tyson Leies
12
Brian Nikula
21
Jeff Hardill
5
Glen Lay
44
Andy Shaughnessy
39
Bill Gerrie
9
Mark Cochrane
7
Derek Laub
1
Ross Cowie
4
Brian Silcott
22
Bill Meagher
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
8
27
20
47
14
73
96
74
8132437840
44
130
8
16
14
30
18
44
56
34
8
12
13
25
12
49
66
28
8
8
13
21
4
25
39
60
6
7
10
17
21
34
48
38
8
5
7
12
18
24
26
29
7
6
4
10
4
18
22
15
7
6
3
9
19
25
34
39
88 1 9843
58
35
8
2
6
8
12
8
9
27
84 3 7212
13
19
8
1
5
6
17
9
13
33
50 5 5200
36
53 1 4279
19
42 2 4046
11
70 4 4200
59
60 2 2623
23
31 0 12446
# GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
39
Bill Gerrie
GP MIN W
7
299:17
3
5
179:37
L
1
1
GA GAASVSV%
67
13.45
155
.698
32
10.67
119
.788
1994 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
11
John Tavares
2
6
8
14
9
15
21
19
43
Darris Kilgour
2
4
7
11
6
17
20
10
32
Jim Veltman
2
4
7
11
6
15
17
32
28
Bob Hamley
25 4 9012
18
11
5
Glen Lay
21 4 50116
49
Tyson Leies
24 0 427
10
10
36
Stu Aird
22 2 468
15
9
21
Jeff Hardill
20 4 4023
10
12
Brian Nikula
22 1 3258
15
40
Troy Cordingley
22 1 3413
14
8
16
Rich Kilgour
21 2 30345
39
Bill Gerrie
20 3 3000
23
4
Brian Silcott
20 2 22008
7
Derek Laub
20 1 10226
44
Andy Shaughnessy 20 1 1022
14
17
Brian Hall
2
0
0
0
22
3
4
7
1
Ross Cowie
10 0 00002
# GOALIES
39
Bill Gerrie
1
Ross Cowie
GP MIN W
2
109:26
1
1
10:34
0
L
0
1
GA GAASVSV%
28
15.47
71
.717
8
44.44
9
.529
57
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1995 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
32
Jim Veltman
40
Troy Cordingley
36
Stu Aird
43
Darris Kilgour
28
Bob Hamley
16
Rich Kilgour
17
Brian Hall
7
Derek Laub
44
Dean Cecconi
15
Jamie Batley
9
Mark Cochrane
39
Bill Gerrie
33
Robert Henry
13
John Rosa
34
Rodd Squire
10
Grant Johnston
49
Chris Redwood
1
Ross Cowie
37
Travis Kilgour
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
8
24
21
45
21
74
89
66
8162440847
54
91
8
17
8
25
28
57
64
34
8
7
15
22
6
36
44
29
6
8
12
20
25
30
37
17
7
5
14
19
10
28
36
12
8
7
8
15
11
25
34
22
8
5
6
11
12
18
27
26
86 3 9628
33
35
86 3 9221
26
25
8
4
5
9
16
21
32
29
61 3 4814
16
21
70 4 4011
27
41 1 227
10
16
7
0
2
2
10
2
5
12
80 2 205
10
14
41 0 176
10
5
51 0 10354
6
0
1
1
14
0
0
25
10 0 00222
# GOALIES
39
Bill Gerrie
1
Ross Cowie
GP MIN W
7
251:16
2
6
229:54
1
L
3
2
GA GAASVSV%
56
13.40
138
.711
52
13.65
146
.737
1995 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
40
Troy Cordingley
32
Jim Veltman
43
Darris Kilgour
17
Brian Hall
7
Derek Laub
11
John Tavares
15
Jamie Batley
36
Stu Aird
44
Dean Cecconi
16
Rich Kilgour
28
Bob Hamley
9
Mark Cochrane
13
John Rosa
39
Bill Gerrie
34
Rodd Squire
49
Chris Redwood
1
Ross Cowie
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
13 3 60674
12 4 6278
12
1
1
4
5
22
4
9
5
12 2 40462
12 1 30445
12 1 309
11
6
11 2 30565
11 2 32584
12 0 20671
10 2 26131
10 2 22012
10 1 10230
10 1 12111
10 1 10002
10 0 00115
10 0 00335
10 0 02006
# GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
39
Bill Gerrie
GP MIN W
1
42:10
0
1
17:39
0
L
1
0
GA GAASVSV%
13
18.05
26
.667
6
21.42
10
.625
58
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1996 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
40
Troy Cordingley
21
Ted Dowling
32
Jim Veltman
16
Rich Kilgour
17
Brian Hall
22
Travis Kilgour
4
Tom Phair
10
Mike Hasen
18
Neil Doddridge
31
Pat O’Toole
43
Darris Kilgour
44
Dean Cecconi
24
Jason Luke
5
Steve Fannell
33
Robert Henry
20
Gary Edmands
9
Mark Cochrane
1
Ross Cowie
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
10
41
40
81
4
98
125
102
10
20
32
52
6
71
84
51
1023 16 3918769743
10
11
22
33
6
33
41
125
9
6
20
26
10
25
41
43
10
9
13
22
21
17
23
46
1012 9 2116253531
10
7
10
17
53
22
32
48
10
6
11
17
16
9
12
42
1011 5 1619364930
100 14140 00
138
6
8
5
13
34
21
35
26
10
7
5
12
31
31
38
43
8
5
5
10
8
26
35
34
10
2
8
10
15
8
9
29
63 5 868
10
8
11 5 69245
100 5 511811
30
20 2 2000
10
# GOALIES
31
Pat O’Toole
1
Ross Cowie
GP MIN W
10
565:34
7
2
33:48
1
L GA GAASVSV%
2
113
12.00
375
.768
0
14
25.45
23
.621
1996 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
11
John Tavares
2
4
7
11
2
16
19
20
43
Darris Kilgour
2
4
3
7
14
14
16
5
40
Troy Cordingley
2
4
7
11
0
10
15
20
22
Travis Kilgour
26 1 7210
11
9
21
Ted Dowling
23 4 7918
23
15
18
Neil Doddridge
20 4 405
10
9
44
Dean Cecconi
22 2 405
11
10
31
Pat O’Toole
20 2 2000
38
32
Jim Veltman
20 5 5057
35
9
Mark Cochrane
21 1 20224
10
Mike Hasen
21 2 36226
16
Rich Kilgour
22 4 60787
17
Brian Hall
21 0 1089
15
24
Jason Luke
2
4
1
5
2
10
10
4
Tom Phair
20 2 3658
11
5
Steve Fannell
21 2 30343
# GOALIES
31
Pat O’Toole
1
Ross Cowie
GP MIN W
2
120:00
2
0
0:00
0
L
0
0
GA GAASVSV%
20
10.00
75
.789
0
0.00
0
.000
59
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1997 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
43
Darris Kilgour
21
Ted Dowling
16
Rich Kilgour
40
Troy Cordingley
24
Jason Luke
4
Tom Phair
10
Mike Hasen
9
Neil Doddridge
17
Brian Hall
77
Bill Callan
22
Travis Kilgour
44
Dean Cecconi
1
Ross Cowie
5
Steve Fannell
3
Ryan Sanderson
31
Pat O’Toole
15
Peter Parke
18
Donald Henry
33
Robert Henry
19
Kevin Cox
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
1037 29 6618119
149
104
8
21
21
42
34
48
60
56
1022 17 3926688556
9
9
26
35
22
28
42
43
7
13
20
33
18
43
56
28
1012 15 2730334162
10
9
8
17
58
20
22
47
10
2
14
16
29
11
16
44
10
5
10
15
29
29
43
30
10
3
12
15
16
13
19
43
9
7
7
14
23
30
41
22
10
4
9
13
13
35
45
35
10
9
3
12
16
19
28
34
100 11110 0071
100 8 8211349
10
3
3
6
0
9
9
26
80 5 5200
33
32 2 427
10
10
10 0 00000
10 0 05001
20 0 00111
# GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
31
Pat O’Toole
GP MIN W
10
410:11
5
8
189:56
1
L GA GAASVSV%
4
100
14.64
246
.710
0
53
16.82
112
.678
1997 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
21
Ted Dowling
43
Darris Kilgour
24
Jason Luke
77
Bill Callan
16
Rich Kilgour
44
Dean Cecconi
1
Ross Cowie
5
Steve Fannell
10
Mike Hasen
15
Peter Parke
22
Travis Kilgour
17
Brian Hall
3
Ryan Sanderson
4
Tom Phair
9
Neil Doddridge
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
2
7
9
16
0
23
29
30
24 3 7214
18
14
23 4 7216
20
20
23 2 569
10
17
23 1 45553
2
2
7
10
2
12
17
17
22 2 446
11
11
20 3 3000
16
2
0
4
4
12
2
3
12
21 4 5245
15
24 0 4014
16
10
20 3 30144
21 0 1277
14
20 1 12011
21 1 2633
16
20 1 1215
10
# GOALIES
1
Ross Cowie
31
Pat O’Toole
GP MIN W
2
117:30
1
0
0:00
0
L
1
0
GA GAASVSV%
25
12.82
83
.768
0
0.00
0
.000
60
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1998 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
43
Darris Kilgour
11
John Tavares
40
Troy Cordingley
22
Travis Kilgour
16
Rich Kilgour
24
Jason Luke
44
Dean Cecconi
13
John Rosa
92
Dallas Squire
10
Mike Hasen
31
Pat O’Toole
4
Tom Phair
25
Nick Trudeau
5
Steve Fannell
88
Jason Henhawk
20
Shaydon Santos
12
Casey Zaph
55
Clay Squire
1
Ross Cowie
94
Ryan Sanderson
91
Chris Clark
89
Derek Graham
9
Bob Henry
33
Chris Levis
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
1237 30 6739101
145
69
93125568110
146
80
11
11
31
42
2
62
78
57
12
18
23
41
8
64
76
38
1213 26 3914669678
1112 18 3019465877
1210 12 2224192834
11
6
9
15
15
12
15
68
8
7
6
13
2
31
43
35
12
2
8
10
17
11
17
33
80 9 9000
81
9
3
5
8
40
23
25
23
8
5
1
6
13
20
22
1
123 4 7266849
34 1 5011
15
6
123 2 516810
31
31 1 22676
6
0
2
2
13
4
5
19
90 2 2400
18
10
0
2
2
6
0
0
18
20 1 10113
10 0 02222
30 0 07118
30 0 00005
#
31
1
33
GP MIN
8
369:00
9
322:00
3
31:00
GOALIES
Pat O’Toole
Ross Cowie
Chris Levis
W
4
1
1
L
3
3
0
GA GAASVSV%
78
12.68
211
.730
83
15.45
199
.705
10
19.23
15
.600
1998 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
Player
40
Troy Cordingley
11
John Tavares
43
Darris Kilgour
22
Travis Kilgour
16
Rich Kilgour
13
John Rosa
24
Jason Luke
31
Pat O’Toole
94
Ryan Sanderson
44
Dean Cecconi
92
Dallas Squire
10
Mike Hasen
26
Nick Trudeau
5
Steve Fannell
21
Shaydon Santos
1
Ross Cowie
9
Bob Henry
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
13 4 70782
12 5 709
11
9
14 2 66882
12 2 40565
11 2 30563
10 2 20009
10 1 14139
10 1 1000
11
10 1 12112
10 0 00785
10 0 02111
10 0 02001
10 0 00220
10 0 00002
10 0 02001
10 0 04001
10 0 02003
# GOALIES
31
Pat O’Toole
1
Ross Cowie
GP MIN W
1
57:00
0
1
3:00
0
L
1
0
GA GAASVSV%
15
15.78
40
.727
2
40.00
2
.500
61
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
1999 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
40
Troy Cordingley
12
Jamie Batley
16
Rich Kilgour
22
Travis Kilgour
43
Darris Kilgour
53
Chris Panos
21
Neil Doddridge
13
John Rosa
8
Craig Stevenson
20
Shaydon Santos
44
Steve Kisslinger
55
Chris Driscoll
48
Marty O’Neill
44
Dean Cecconi
18
Cam Bomberry
24
Matt Steinwald
19
Andy Ogilvie
4
Brian Silcott
5
Steve Fannell
6
Mike Benedict
1
Matt Disher
23
Bob Fisher
33
Brent Rothfuss
10
Mike Hasen
28
Jim Vilneff
98
Mike Mooradian
2
Ryan McDermott
34
Chris Clark
14
Tim Bomberry
9
Bob Henry
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
1233 34 6735129
157
112
10
11
22
33
4
47
12
56
1212 19 3117466658
12
7
23
30
28
52
74
56
1116 13 2918547847
8
13
16
29
24
55
76
40
816 9 25938
50
36
1111 13 2441274373
12
4
18
22
16
10
15
99
6
9
7
16
0
28
9
38
11
5
7
12
10
14
5
42
34 5 929
17
18
23 6 9012
16
17
80 8 8600
82
54 2 6611
15
18
42 4 6010
14
11
52 4 6215
16
22
4
1
5
6
19
8
13
19
90 6 6245
39
120 6 6133353
3
2
3
5
0
18
24
11
60 3 3000
91
11 1 20553
21 1 20224
40 2 2213
10
40 2 2013
11
21 0 12361
10 1 10336
10 0 02112
2
0
0
0
2
1
1
1
40 0 08111
# GOALIES
48
Marty O’Neill
1
Matt Disher
GP MIN W
8
385:00
3
6
331:00
1
L
3
5
GA GAASVSV%
90
14.01
256
.739
85
16.44
257
.751
62
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2000 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
11
John Tavares
1234 49 8310105
156
123
18
Derek Malawsky
1212 28 33612595
125
44
Mike Accursi
1230 18 481489
120
79
51
Shawn Williams
10
21
19
40
4
75
98
68
7Chris Prat
1220 15 3514557864
93
Chris Driscoll
9122335654
73
46
17
D’Arcy Sweet
1215 15 3021516995
42
Pat Maddalena
11
12
11
23
8
46
66
52
10
Andy Ogilive
10
1
14
15
59
7
11
79
16
Rich Kilgour
124 9 13615
23
51
4
Mario Lopez
5
6
5
11
6
12
16
26
1
Matt Disher
110 11110 00
115
22
Travis Kilgour
7
4
6
10
0
11
17
36
24
Chris Seller
102 8 10213
26
66
27
Kyle Couling
124 3 732812
57
20
Shaydon Santos
113 4 73213
14
51
66
Scott Hochstadt
43 3 606
11
15
88
Rich Catton
72 3 5444
17
8
Craig Stevenson 81 2 3420
30
24
48
Marty O’Neill
50 3 3000
34
33
Kevin Brunsch
30 1 1012
13
14
Shane Wannamaker10 0 00000
# GOALIES
1
Matt Disher
48
Marty O’Neill
GP MIN W
11
522:33
6
5
161:00
2
L GA GAASVSV%
3
151
17.35
381
.716
1
43
16.04
92
.681
2000 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
7
Chris Prat
13 1 408
12
5
44
Mike Accursi
12 2 4011
18
12
18
Derek Malawsky 11 3 468
15
12
8
Craig Stevenson 13 0 30375
11
John Tavares
12 1 3010
11
18
17
D’Arcy Sweet
10 3 3012
14
16
Rich Kilgour
11 1 22244
10
Andy Ogilive
10 1 14009
4
Mario Lopez
10 0 02234
22
Travis Kilgour
10 0 02112
24
Chris Seller
10 0 00016
27
Kyle Couling
10 0 02223
20
Shaydon Santos
10 0 02003
88
Rich Catton
10 0 02004
51
Shawn Williams 10 0 00006
#
48
1
GOALIES
Marty O’Neill
Matt Disher
GP MIN W
1
45:30
0
1
14:30
0
L
1
0
GA GAASVSV%
8
10.67
24
.750
5
21.74
7
.583
63
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2001 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
11
John Tavares 14
51
64
115
14
144
186
159
51
Shawn Williams
1414 46 3177 0134
172
18
Derek Malawsky 12
23
47
70
12
93
118
81
44
Mike Accursi 14
29
25
54
18
94
122
94
93
Chris Driscoll 12
18
22
40
8
68
152
46
42
Pat Maddalena 14
24
13
37
4
69
160
94
17
D’Arcy Sweet 14
14
22
36
10
48
127
97
2
Ryan Powell 13
17
18
35
14
59
86
56
16
Rich Kilgour 14
12
10
22
28
42
55
95
10
Andy Ogilvie 13
1
11
12
51
3
14
88
24
Chris Seller 12
3
7
10
8
23
40
64
6
Rob Kirkby 12
2
8
10
24
13
22
62
90
Phil Wetherup 12
0
9
9
2
0
2
109
48
Derek Collins
50 7 7000
48
88
Rich Catton 14
2
5
7
30
10
12
44
27
Kyle Couling 14
2
3
5
26
4
6
42
21
Ted Dowling
4
1
4
5
41
8
18
17
77
Brandon Piccarreto 70 4 4411
31
19
Andy Dudun 2
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
55
Jamie Hackel 4
1
1
2
4
1
2
7
39
Bill Warder 5
1
1
2
10
6
8
14
40
Scott Komer 6
0
2
2
0
0
0
28
8
Sean Holmes 1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
56
Scott Self 1
0
0
0
2
2
2
1
#
90
48
40
GOALIES
Phil Wetherup
Derek Collins
Scott Komer
GP MIN
12
479:56
5
195:51
6
157:29
W
6
1
1
L GA GAASVSV%
4
126
15.78
318
.716
2
48
14.77
122
.717
0
44
16.79
85
.659
64
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2002 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
11
John Tavares 16
42
46
88
12
163
210
145
44
Mike Accursi 16
26
20
46
20
102
135
96
23
Pat McCready 16
16
24
40
13
55
68
173
36
Randy Mearns 15
14
24
38
4
50
62
66
42
Pat Maddalena 15
22
14
36
2
81
105
52
16
Rich Kilgour 15
6
22
28
29
38
59
53
22
Ryan Powell 11
13
13
26
5
55
70
52
3
Roy Colsey
6
11
8
19
4
67
89
27
Kyle Couling 16
4
15
19
34
12
19
94
32
Chris Langdale 16
3
14
17
32
11
18
60
25
Jonas Derks
511 4 15424
32
23
10
Andy Ogilvie 7
3
12
15
16
12
17
69
24
Chris Seller 15
5
8
13
4
30
44
60
30
Steve Dietrich 15
0
12
12
0
0
0
156
13
Marc Landriault 1
2
4
6
0
5
7
4
26
Craig Gelsvik
121 4 5324466
15
Kevin Howard 5
1
3
4
2
17
22
10
18
Randy Fraser 4
1
1
2
4
6
8
16
55
Jamie Hackel 10
1
0
1
23
4
4
20
33
Ken Montour
60 1 1000
24
9
Bob Henry 8
0
0
0
15
0
0
14
33 Chris Levis 10
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
#
30
33
33
GOALIES
Steve Dietrich
Ken Montour
Chris Levis
GP MIN
15
845:12
6
62:00
10
58:00
W
7
1
0
L GA GAASVSV%
7
174
12.34
586
.771
0
22
21.36
46
.676
0
16
16.36
28
.636
65
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2003 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
13
Jonas Derks
54
Jason Crosbie
44
Mike Accursi
84
Kerry Susheski
16
Rich Kilgour
9Mark Steenhuis
23
Pat McCready
49
Aime Caines
12
Lindsay Plunkett
34
Duane Jacobs
30
Steve Dietrich
24
Chris Seller
26
Craig Gelsvik
32
Chris Langdale
10
Andy Ogilvie
27
Kyle Couling
3
Billy Dee Smith
47
Peter Tavares
19
Kelly Sullivan
18
Randy Fraser
2
Ray Guze
55
Jamie Hackel
31
Corey Quinn
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
16
49
58
107
25
157
202
155
1633 28 6138110
146
91
1625 35 601487
118
103
1535 20 5518134
176
85
1516 22 3846558984
16
8
26
34
10
45
69
64
1516 17 33355978
128
5
14
15
29
29
48
55
118
1514 14 2810598754
6
6
9
15
4
25
37
23
7
5
7
12
6
21
32
16
150 10100 00
165
142 6 81615
23
90
150 6 6412264
141 5 6227757
101 5 6568955
151 3 425712
82
7
2
1
3
46
5
8
24
21 2 309
12
6
32 0 24699
30 1 1201
10
10 1 10005
7
0
1
1
35
3
4
22
70 1 1500
31
# GOALIES
30
Steve Dietrich
31
Corey Quinn
GP MIN W
15
838:16
11
7
121:35
1
L GA GAASVSV%
3
162
11.60
480
.747
1
25
12.18
77
.754
2003 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
54
Jason Crosbie
44
Mike Accursi
13
Jonas Derks
34
Duane Jacobs
49
Aime Caines
23
Pat McCready
84
Kerry Susheski
16
Rich Kilgour
26
Craig Gelsvik
9
Mark Steenhuis
27
Kyle Couling
24
Chris Seller
31
Corey Quinn
10
Andy Ogilvie
32
Chris Langdale
30
Steve Dietrich
18
Randy Fraser
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
2
5
8
13 0
19
27
16
2
3
9
12
7
10
11
6
27 2 9220
28
13
24 3 7016
18
12
23 2 506
10
5
23 1 408
14
8
21 3 427
10
13
21 3 42695
21 2 34256
20 3 32117
21 1 2267
24
20 2 2022
12
20 2 20339
20 2 2000
37
20 1 1400
12
20 0 04008
10 0 00000
20 0 04004
# Goaltenders
31
Corey Quinn
30
Steve Dietrich
GP MIN W
2
118:14
1
0
0:00
0
L
0
0
GA GAASVSV%
24
12.18
83
.775
0
0.00
0
.000
66
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2004 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
44
Mike Accursi
13
Jonas Derks
9Mark Steenhuis
19
Jason Clark
54
Jason Crosbie
23
Pat McCready
8
AJ Shannon
6
Neal Powless
49
Aime Caines
30
Steve Dietrich
84
Kerry Susheski
16
Rich Kilgour
20
Andy Ogilvie
3
Billy Dee Smith
63
Thomas Montour
27
Kyle Couling
85
Derek General
97
Bryan Kazarian
25
Drew Candy
33
Roy Colsey
90
Mike Hominuck
32
Chris Langdale
17
Kyle Laverty
18
Randy Fraser
22
Ryan Powell
10
Darren Mutch
31
Corey Quinn
26
Greg Floris
GP G A PTS PIMSOG S LB
1649 44 9325159
212
118
1626 28 5418122
167
87
15
24
30
54
6
96
133
88
1627 17 44207598
129
16
14
25
39
4
75
96
65
1619 19 3814749981
16
6
20
26
36
21
32
166
169 1524938
63
71
119 1019435
47
28
7
6
7
13
11
20
25
25
120 12120 0047
3
4
3
7
13
15
17
14
131 6 7226951
3
2
3
5
34
3
5
24
15
2
2
4
56
8
12
40
43 1 34085
120 4 4170145
11
0
4
4
5
0
0
24
42 1 329
12
13
112 1 3546615
21 1 229
18
10
21 1 2078
11
120 2 2422236
130 2 2631133
6
0
1
1
15
2
2
12
10 1 12015
6
0
0
0
14
3
3
20
30 0 00000
10 0 00004
# GOALIES
85
Derek General
30
Steve Dietrich
GP MIN W
11
488:03
3
12
483:29
5
L GA GAASVSV%
4
106
13.04
316
.748
4
91
11.30
313
.775
2004 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
PLAYER
11
John Tavares
13
Jonas Derks
44
Mike Accursi
9
Mark Steenhuis
54
Jason Crosbie
8
AJ Shannon
19
Jason Clark
97
Bryan Kazarian
23
Pat McCready
16
Rich Kilgour
6
Neal Powless
30
Steve Dietrich
17
Kyle Laverty
20
Andy Ogilvie
3
Billy Dee Smith
32
Chris Langdale
27
Kyle Couling
85
Derek General
GP G
A
PTS PIM SOG S
LB
3
7
13
20
4
24
33
21
3
9
6
15
2
18
23
9
3
6
7
13
2
30
37
16
3
3
7
4
11
2
27
32
3
2
8
10
4
11
16
8
34 5 928
12
11
33 2 50786
31 4 5267
10
32 2 409
10
24
31 3 4811
11
31 2 30364
30 3 30007
30 2 2011
15
30 1 1635
23
3
0
1
1
4
0
0
11
30 0 06016
3
0
0
0
11
1
1
10
30 0 00000
# Goaltenders
30
Steve Dietrich
85
Derek General
GP MIN W
3
174:16
2
1
5:44
0
L
1
0
GA GAASVSV%
32
11.03
129
.801
1
12.50
3
.750
67
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2005 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
15
9
54
99
8
49
23
97
90
7
27
63
13
17
16
5
85
3
26
30
25
14
19
6
PLAYER
John Tavares
Dan Teat
Mark Steenhuis
Jason Crosbie
Delby Powless
A.J. Shannon
Amie Caines
Pat McCready
Bryan Kazarian
Mike Hominuck
Jon Harasym
Kyle Couling
Thomas Montour
Jonas Derks
Kyle Laverty
Rich Kilgour
Clay Hill
Derek General
Billy Dee Smith
Greg Floris
Steve Dietrich
Drew Candy
Kyle Jamieson
Tyler Francey
Chris White
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
164359
1029 13 1 2 126245
.176184 0-0
1626396524 7 1 1 84136
.191105 1-5
1634286223 1 3 1 141145
.2341147-10
1420305010 5 0 1 69 69.2905660-159
132024444 2 0 2 57104
.1927325-58
162515408 6 0 3 78132
.189100 0-0
1313152810 3 0 0 33 67.19455 0-0
7
16
23 44
0
0
0
0
77
30
.233
21
0-1
13117
18
20 0 0 0 5334
.02926 0-0
857
12
2 0 003647
.106
330-0
747
11
4 1 004332
.125
230-0
14
1
8
9
15
0
0
0
54
4
.250
3
0-1
44482 0 002423
.174
181
5-32
33582 0 001223
.130
187-13
16
2
5
7
51
0
0
0
51
6
.333
6
0-0
11
2
4
6
18
0
1
0
52
6
.333
3
41-132
16
1
5
6
12
1
0
0
62
15
.067
15
3-11
80550 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
16
3
1
4
60
0
1
1
37
11
.273
9
0-0
61236 0 00181
1.000
1 0-0
1503
30 0007 0
.000
00-0
5033
110 00102
.0001 0-1
41120 0 00191
1.000
14-13
9101
300 00382
.50026-10
7011
170 00220
.0000 0-0
#
30
85
GOALIES
Steve Dietrich
Derek General
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
15 749:43 9
4
137 10.96 511 .789
8 209:19 2
1
46 13.19 117 .718
2005 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
9
8
11
99
23
54
15
49
63
3
5
6
16
17
27
30
85
97
7
19
25
26
90
x
PLAYER
Steenhuis, Mark
Shannon, A.J.
Tavares, John
Powless, Delby
McCready, Pat
Crosbie, Jason
Teat, Dan
Caines, Aime
Montour, Thomas
Smith, Billy Dee
Hill, Clay
White, Chris
Kilgour, Rich
Laverty, Kyle
Couling, Kyle
Dietrich, Steve
General, Derek
Kazarian, Bryan
Harasym, Jon
Francey, Tyler
Candy, Drew
Floris, Greg
Hominuck, Mike
Jamieson, Kyle
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
15160 0 10 712
.4179 0-0
13250 1 00107
.4296 0-0
12350 1 00 918
.111
110-0
11450 0 00 210
.1006 0-0
11232 1 00 9 2
.5001 0-0
10330 0 00104
.00019-27
11120 1 00 3 5
.2003 0-0
11010 0 00 1 6
.1674 0-0
10110 0 00 3 3.001 0-0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
.000
0
0-0
10000 0 00 5 0
.0000 0-0
10002 0 00 2 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 2 1
.00012-10
10002 0 00 3 1
.0001 0-0
10002 0 00 3 1
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10002 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10002 0 00 3 1
.0001 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
#
30
85
GOALIES
Steve Dietrich
Derek General
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
145:130 1 1519.9021.583
113:100 0 4 18.23 7 .636
68
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2006 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
9
15
72
99
23
93
8
12
81
54
7
16
6
30
3
27
5
17
32
97
2
29
60
77
12
PLAYER
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Dan Teat
Cory Bomberry
Delby Powless
Pat McCready
Kim Squire
A.J. Shannon
Lindsay Plunkett
Roger Vyse
Jason Crosbie
Jon Harasym
Rich Kilgour
Chris White
Steve Dietrich
Billy Dee Smith
Kyle Couling
Clay Hill
Kyle Laverty
Chris Langdale
Bryan Kazarian
Troy Bonterre
Ken Montour
Ryan Avery
Jeff Shattler
Kyle Schmelzie
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
1632538512 7 1 1 95177
.181133 0-0
1534235722 8 4 4 144181
.188147 0-1
1527295610 11 0 2 50102
.26587 0-0
1521274822 11 0 2 89 91.23169
142-310
1512334510 1 2 0 64 91.13264 8-25
1511152636 0 2 0 15449.22437 0-0
1213102312 3 0 1 43 92.14171 0-0
9
7
16 23
2
2
1
0
44
47
.149
30
0-0
799
18
4 2 012152
.173
390-0
678
15
0 1 012630
.233
240-0
768
14
6 2 002627
.222
18
13-51
937
10
6 2 002926
.115
160-0
15
2
7
9
8
0
1
0
62
7
.286
6
10-39
16
0
8
8
51
0
0
0
58
5
.000
2
0-0
15
0
7
7
0
0
0
0
13
0
.000
0
0-0
11
5
1
6
45
0
0
0
42
17
.294
15
0-0
14
2
4
6
26
0
0
0
64
12
.167
9
0-0
11
2
3
5
4
0
0
0
52
11
.182
9
0-1
16
0
5
5
46
0
0
0
74
6
.000
4
0-0
12
0
4
4
6
0
0
0
24
0
.000
0
0-0
11
0
4
4
10
0
0
0
44
11
.000
7
1-2
7022
380 00223
.0001 0-0
40220 0 00 1 0
.0000 0-0
30110 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10110 0 00 3 2
.0002 0-0
10000 0 00 6 0
.0000 0-0
#
30
29
60
GOALIES
Steve Dietrich
Ken Montour
Ryan Avery
GP MIN W
15812:3410
4 116:48 1
330:000
L GA GAA SVSV%
4 135 9.97 568 .808
1
25 12.84 86 .775
0 6 12.0024.800
2006 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
99
72
11
81
9
15
54
93
23
3
2
6
16
27
30
17
32
29
PLAYER
Delby Powless
Cory Bomberry
John Tavares
Roger Vyse
Mark Steenhuis
Dan Teat
Jason Crosbie
Kim Squire
Pat McCready
Billy Dee Smith
Troy Bonterre
Chris White
Rich Kilgour
Kyle Couling
Steve Dietrich
Kyle Laverty
Chris Langdale
Ken Montour
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
3312
15
2 100812
.250
90-0
339
12
5 1 001724
.125
16
28-60
374
11
0 1 101325
.280
200-0
33692 1 00 910
.3008 0-0
35380 0 021737
.135
270-0
35382 1 101620
.250
160-0
33470 1 00 713
.231
105-9
3224
100 00 719
.105
150-0
31340 0 002712
.0839 0-1
3
1
2
3
25
0
0
0
8
4
.250
4
0-0
32024 0 10 3 2
1.000
2 0-0
3022
100 00111
.0001 0-0
30224 0 00 8 1
.00004-13
30222 0 00144
.0002 0-0
30220 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
30116 0 00121
.0001 0-0
30002 0 00 3 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
#
30
29
GOALIES
Steve Dietrich
Ken Montour
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
3162:132 0 34 12.58127.789
1 17:47 0
1
2
6.75 12 .857
69
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2007 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
51
15
9
72
99
26
54
81
10
16
17
5
3
6
30
18
19
27
66
21
2
86
PLAYER
John Tavares
Kevin Dostie
Dan Teat
Mark Steenhuis
Cory Bomberry
Delby Powless
Brett Bucktooth
Jason Crosbie
Roger Vyse
Pat McCready
Rich Kilgour
Kyle Laverty
Clay Hill
Billy Dee Smith
Chris White
Steve Dietrich
Phil Sanderson
Brenden Thenhaus
Kyle Couling
Mike Thompson
Daryl Seymour
Troy Bonterre
Daniel Sams
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
154261
1036 9 2 5 77161
.261124 0-0
1629336215 4 1 3 96157
.185112 2-2
1620305014 8 0 1 64113
.17794 0-0
152524494 4 1 0 108122
.2051922-14
1516334913 9 0 2 46 85.1885894-171
152122434 11 0 1 50 93.22668 9-21
1112142614 1 1 0 57 69.1744619-48
121114258 2 0 0 53 61.1804457-145
121212240 2 0 0 46 77.15653 0-0
13518
23
25 0 0 012633
.15222 0-2
13
4
8
12
10
0
0
0
34
6
.667
5
6-53
15
4
6
10
66
1
0
0
81
9
.444
8
0-0
16
1
7
8
4
0
0
0
60
13
.077
11
0-0
14
0
8
8
29
0
0
0
40
4
.000
4
0-1
15
0
5
5
51
0
0
0
39
3
.000
3
0-1
90550 0 00 3 0
.0000 0-0
62240 0 00355
.4005 0-1
42242 1 001214
.143
120-0
16
1
3
4
26
0
0
0
77
6
.167
4
0-0
1002
20 0007 0
.000
00-0
70114 0 00 6 1
.0000 0-0
8000
540 00101
.0001 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
#
66
30
86
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Steve Dietrich
Daniel Sams
GP MIN W
10 511:39 5
9431:225
115:000
L GA GAA SVSV%
4
103 12.08 324 .759
2 83 11.54290.777
0 2 8.00 7 .788
2007 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
11
51
99
15
26
72
56
5
6
9
10
16
66
18
3
17
27
PLAYER
John Tavares
Kevin Dostie
Delby Powless
Dan Teat
Brett Bucktooth
Cory Bomberry
Jason Crosbie
Clay Hill
Chris White
Mark Steenhuis
Pat McCready
Rich Kilgour
Mike Thompson
Phil Sanderson
Billy Dee Smith
Kyle Laverty
Kyle Couling
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
255
10
2 0 011224
.208
200-0
253
10
0 2 001025
.200
180-0
22682 0 00 914
.143
120-0
22350 1 001015
.133
110-0
23252 0 10 612
.2509 0-0
22350 1 001015
.133
10
10-20
23140 0 10 514
.214
10
15-33
21340 0 00141
1.000
1 0-0
20336 0 00 8 0
.0000 0-0
22132 0 001320
.100
150-0
21122 0 00114
.2504 0-0
21120 0 10102
.5001 0-2
20220 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
20110 0 00 8 0
.0000 1-2
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
6
0
.000
0
0-0
20002 0 00121
.0000 0-0
20000 0 00 8 0
.0000 0-0
#
66
30
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Steve Dietrich
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
2119:361 1 21 10.54 90 .811
00:000 0 0 0.00 0.000
70
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2008 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
9
99
72
81
51
15
10
2
5
3
44
17
26
6
18
12
4
24
16
20
29
66
14
84
86
PLAYER
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Delby Powless
Cory Bomberry
Roger Vyse
Kevin Dostie
Dan Teat
Pat McCready
Ian Llord
Clay Hill
Billy Dee Smith
Mike Accursi
Kyle Laverty
Brett Bucktooth
Chris White
Phil Sanderson
Brandon Swamp
Andrew Lazore
Kyle Schmelzle
Rich Kilgour
Rusty Kruger
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
Joe Smith
Brandon Francis
Daniel Sams
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
1629588723 11 4 1 91153
.190121 0-0
1534417527 4 1 3 121183
.186145 0-0
1618375510 6 1 1 29 81.22263 0-0
1617385510 6 2 2 59 91.1875894-207
141421484 9 0 0 48113
.18680 0-0
1022143611 5 0 1 34104
.21269 0-0
121123342 2 0 0 38 77.14355 0-1
15815
23
44 1 1 012142
.19032 0-0
15512
17
26 0 0 0 7114
.35712 0-0
16
7
5
12
4
0
0
0
85
36
.194
30
0-0
14
7
2
9
58
0
0
0
57
30
.223
20
0-1
46390 1 001737
.162
278-16
16
2
7
9
70
1
1
1
63
5
.400
3
0-0
44374 0 00 823
.174
160-0
16
3
4
7
59
0
1
0
50
6
.500
4
0-0
16
0
7
7
20
0
0
0
92
7
.000
4
31-112
8246
110 00278
.2508 0-0
23250 1 10 513
.2319 0-0
82359 0 00277
.2865 0-0
15
1
3
4
28
1
0
0
29
7
.143
5
1-21
3123
150 01 6 5
.2004 0-0
1003
30 0004 0
.000
00-0
1102
22 0005 0
.000
00-0
20110 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
30000 0 00 9 5
.000331-83
10000 0 00 1 0
.0000 0-0
#
29
66
86
GOALIES
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
Daniel Sams
GP MIN W
10 480:45 4
14 421:36 5
160:001
L
5
1
0
GA GAA SVSV%
82 10.23 346 .808
83 11.81 266 .762
8 8.00 60.882
2008 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
11
9
44
51
81
26
10
99
3
72
17
2
5
6
18
66
16
29
PLAYER
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Mike Accursi
Kevin Dostie
Roger Vyse
Brett Bucktooth
Pat McCready
Delby Powless
Billy Dee Smith
Cory Bomberry
Kyle Laverty
Ian Llord
Clay Hill
Chris White
Phil Sanderson
Mike Thompson
Rich Kilgour
Ken Montour
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
3
5
14 19
0
0
0
0
22
20
.250
17
0-0
3125176 2 0 1 2342
.28631 0-0
3
7
10 17
4
0
0
0
14
30
.233
19
0-1
395
14
2 1 021128
.321
180-0
3
2
11 13
0
0
0
0
17
20
.100
8
0-0
35492 0 201917
.294
120-1
3088
190 00235
.0004 0-0
32354 0 00 2 7
.2865 0-0
3
4
0
4
2
0
1
0
16
6
.667
4
0-3
33144 1 00 816
.06398-36
30226 0 00110
.0000 0-0
3011
280 00100
.0000 0-0
30112 0 00 9 0
.0000 0-0
30112 0 00140
.0000 0-0
30114 0 00191
.000011-45
20110 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
30000 0 00 7 2
.00020-10
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
#
66
29
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Ken Montour
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
2120:002 0 25 12.50 85 .773
160:001 0 1212.0041.774
71
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2009 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
9
11
44
72
81
19
51
63
10
28
8
3
18
6
2
24
26
29
88
16
66
14
84
12
PLAYER
Mark Steenhuis
John Tavares
Mike Accursi
Cory Bomberry
Roger Vyse
Sean Greenhalgh
Kevin Dostie
Thomas Montour
Pat McCready
Clay Hill
Delby Powless
Billy Dee Smith
Phil Sanderson
Chris White
Ian Llord
Kyle Schmelzle
Brett Bucktooth
Ken Montour
Cody Jacobs
Rich Kilgour
Mike Thompson
Joe Smith
Brandon Francis
Brian Croswell
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
165150
101
24 3 2 3 117254
.201186 0-0
165143946 15 1 3 98143
.357117 0-0
163030604 6 1 0 66152
.197108 0-0
1515365111 6 0 0 46 99.1526235-92
152719460 6 0 2 57107
.25276 0-0
151522370 2 1 0 51114
.13282 0-0
14818
264 1 1 1 2851
.15731 4-9
12515
204 0 0 1 9033
.15225 0-0
9
4
12 16
24
0
1
0
55
15
.267
11
0-0
14213
15
10 0 0 0 7321
.09519 0-0
8
3
11 14
0
0
0
0
10
28
.107
22
0-0
13
5
7
12
33
0
0
0
47
16
.313
15
0-0
16111
12
15 0 0 01374.250433-140
16
0
8
8
47
0
0
0
66
3
.000
1
1-2
14
1
6
7
23
0
0
0
50
7
.143
4
0-3
10
2
4
6
6
0
0
0
46
4
.500
3
0-5
11342 0 00 3 1
1.000
1 0-0
1204
40 0000 0
.000
00-0
21230 1 00 510
.1008 0-0
60335 0 00190
.0000 0-1
70220 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10
0
1
1
4
0
0
0
23
1
.000
0
0-0
9011
400 00320
.0000
85-210
4000
420 00 6 6
.0006 0-0
#
29
66
GOALIES
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
12 651:46 8
3
104 9.57 451 .813
7313:492 3 66 12.62208.759
2009 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
11
9
19
72
44
51
10
24
63
3
14
28
81
2
6
18
29
66
8
12
16
26
PLAYER
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Sean Greenhalgh
Cory Bomberry
Mike Accursi
Kevin Dostie
Pat McCready
Kyle Schmelzle
Thomas Montour
Billy Dee Smith
Joe Smith
Clay Hill
Roger Vyse
Ian Llord
Chris White
Phil Sanderson
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
Delby Powless
Brian Croswell
Rich Kilgour
Brett Bucktooth
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
22680 0 101019
.105
100-0
24262 0 01 633
.121
260-0
22350 0 00 715
.1339 0-0
21452 0 00 2 9
.1116 1-6
22242 1 00 919
.105
110-0
21120 1 00 411
.0918 0-0
20226 0 00165
.0003 0-0
21012 0 00 5 1
1.000
14-26
21012 0 00105
.2003 0-0
2
0
1
1
4
0
0
0
8
1
.000
1
0-0
20112 0 00 6 0
.0000 0-0
20110 0 00 8 2
.0001 0-0
20112 0 00 413
.000
100-0
20008 0 00 8 0
.0000 0-0
20002 0 00 4 1
.0001 0-1
20005 0 00120
.0000 2-6
20000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
00000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
#
29
66
GOALIES
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
2104:241 1 16 9.20 74 .857
1 15:36 0
0
1
3.85
6
.822
72
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2010 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
9
11
44
51
26
81
5
63
22
7
19
15
3
2
65
91
23
24
6
93
29
66
18
84
55
14
8
PLAYER
Mark Steenhuis
John Tavares
Mike Accursi
Kevin Dostie
Brett Bucktooth
Roger Vyse
Frank Resetarits
Tom Montour
Kyle Clancy
Jon Harasym
Sean Greenhalgh
Chris Corbeil
Billy Dee Smith
Ian Llord
Clay Hill
Darryl Gibson
Steve Priolo
Kyle Schmelzle
Chris White
Chris Driscoll
Ken Montour
Mike Thompson
AJ Shannon
Brandon Francis
Angus Goodleaf
Joe Smith
Delby Powless
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
1636549027 11 0 3 99238
5.62175 0-0
1021284922 6 0 0 57105
4.9067 0-0
1525194416 6 1 0 49151
2.93106 1-7
131617330 6 0 0 43 862.5466 2-6
1616112713 3 2 0 63 611.6949 0-0
8
9
18 27
4
0
2
0
31
59
3.38
45
0-0
131112230 1 0 0 14 711.7758 0-0
14912
21
26 0 2 011227
1.50240-12
6615
21
4 110833
3.50
220-0
14410
14
32 0 0 0 6613
1.00814-62
639
12
5 0 001338
2.00
190-0
12
3
6
9
2
0
1
0
81
11
0.75
7
0-0
16
4
4
8
48
0
1
0
67
19
0.50
15
0-0
12
1
7
8
53
0
0
0
44
6
0.67
6
0-0
10
0
8
8
4
0
0
0
48
7
0.80
5
0-0
11
0
8
8
21
0
0
0
35
3
0.73
3
0-0
9077
220 00222
0.782 0-1
13
1
5
6
7
0
0
0
66
8
0.46
6
70-178
14
0
6
6
13
0
0
0
67
4
0.43
3
0-0
42352 0 001010
1.256 0-0
70440 0 00 7 0
0.570 0-0
80440 0 00 3 0
0.500 0-0
31232 0 00 717
1.00
140-0
10
1
2
3
53
0
0
0
13
8
0.30
7
56-138
40222 0 00 2 0
0.500 0-0
90110 0 00191
0.111 0-0
10000 0 00 3 3
0.002 0-0
#
66
29
55
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Ken Montour
Angus Goodleaf
GP MIN W
11 387:03 5
7385:332
13 189:48 1
L
1
4
3
GA GAA SVSV%
64
9.92 271 .809
70 10.89260.788
34 10.75 124 .785
2010 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
44
9
81
51
26
11
7
3
15
84
91
55
65
2
63
24
66
PLAYER
Mike Accursi
Mark Steenhuis
Roger Vyse
Kevin Dostie
Brett Bucktooth
John Tavares
Jon Harasym
Billy Dee Smith
Chris Corbeil
Brandon Francis
Darryl Gibson
Angus Goodleaf
Clay Hill
Ian Llord
Tom Montour
Kyle Schmelzle
Mike Thompson
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
16390 0 00 313
9.00
100-0
12460 0 00 413
6.00
100-0
11340 0 00 3 3
4.003 0-0
10440 0 00 6 2
4.001 0-0
12130 0 00 1 8
3.004 0-0
10220 0 00 5 9
2.008 0-0
10110 0 00 6 1
1.001 0-0
1
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
6
0
1.00
0
0-0
10000 0 00121
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
0.0006-14
10000 0 00 5 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 2 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 1 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 2 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 6 0
0.0007-14
10002 0 00 7 0
0.000 0-0
#
66
55
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Angus Goodleaf
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
155:020 1 1314.1729.609
14:580 0 0 0.00 41.000
73
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2011 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
9
17
20
81
10
26
63
22
15
6
4
5
65
75
23
7
84
88
66
55
2
0
98
19
PLAYER
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Tracey Kelusky
Chad Culp
Roger Vyse
Brenden Thenhaus
Brett Bucktooth
Tom Montour
Kyle Clancy
Chris Corbeil
Chris White
Scott Self
Frank Resetarits
Clay Hill
Jay Thorimbert
Steve Priolo
Jon Harasym
Brandon Francis
Travis Irving
Mike Thompson
Angus Goodleaf
Ian Llord
Ben McCullough
Jimmy Purves
Darryl Gibson
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
1632467810 4 1 3 59172
4.88131 0-0
1622396118 6 2 1 82175
3.81122 0-0
1621335411 3 0 2 54137
3.38102 1-1
1521194010 1 0 1 61107
2.6788 0-0
131620362 6 0 0 49 892.7758 1-1
161718358 0 0 1 42 862.1964 0-0
1512193112 4 0 0 45109
2.0780 0-0
15611
17
14 0 2 010428
1.1320 1-1
957
12
4 0 001437
1.33
250-0
16
5
6
11
10
0
1
0
121
16
0.69
15
0-0
16011
11
14 0 0 0 84 40.693 2-2
15
2
8
10
36
0
0
1
77
14
0.67
9
8-20
6437
152 001637
1.17
290-0
16
1
6
7
21
0
0
1
43
6
0.44
4
0-1
14
1
5
6
0
0
0
0
81
18
0.43
12 84-170
14
0
6
6
38
0
0
0
44
6
0.43
5
0-0
15
2
2
4
36
0
0
0
65
13
0.27
10
4-13
15
1
3
4
70
0
0
0
14
15
0.27
11 114-184
10
1
2
3
18
0
0
0
20
1
0.30
1
0-0
14
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
11
0
0.14
0
0-0
50110 0 00 1 0
0.200 0-0
10
0
1
1
4
0
0
0
32
1
0.10
1
0-0
10007 0 00 2 0
0.000 0-0
10005 0 00 5 0
0.000 0-0
80008 0 00240
0.000 0-0
#
66
55
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Angus Goodleaf
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
16763:1310 3 123 9.67 450 .785
16 206:01 0
3
35 10.19 115 .767
2011 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
81
11
9
20
63
22
17
26
65
7
10
55
15
66
6
19
88
2
23
4
75
PLAYER
Roger Vyse
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Chad Culp
Tom Montour
Kyle Clancy
Tracey Kelusky
Brett Bucktooth
Clay Hill
Jon Harasym
Brenden Thenhaus
Angus Goodleaf
Chris Corbeil
Mike Thompson
Chris White
Darryl Gibson
Travis Irving
Ian Llord
Steve Priolo
Scott Self
Jay Thorimbert
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
27292 2 00 420
4.50
150-0
13470 2 01 310
7.009 0-0
22572 0 00 723
3.50
150-0
23360 0 00 913
3.009 0-0
20662 0 00213
3.001 0-0
14150 0 00 3 8
5.007 0-0
22350 0 001014
2.507 0-0
20440 0 00 314
2.009 0-0
21120 0 00 4 8
1.004 0-0
20220 0 00 7 1
1.001 0-0
20220 0 00136
1.005 0-0
10110 0 00 0 0
1.000 0-0
20110 0 00192
0.501 0-0
20110 0 00 1 0
0.500 0-0
20116 0 00 8 0
0.500 0-0
20002 0 00 3 0
0.000 0-0
20000 0 00 5 0
0.000 0-0
20006 0 00 6 0
0.000 0-0
20004 0 00 6 1
0.001 0-0
20000 0 00 9 0
0.0006-14
20000 0 00 5 4
0.00217-37
#
66
55
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Angus Goodleaf
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
277:121 0 1612.4459.787
242:480 1 6 8.41 22.786
74
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2012 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
11
15
9
27
20
33
17
81
4
63
74
84
98
7
6
19
23
2
66
75
44
88
77
3
5
10
13
55
PLAYER
John Tavares
Luke Wiles
Mark Steenhuis
Mat Giles
Chad Culp
Kevin Buchanan
Tracey Kelusky
Roger Vyse
Scott Self
Tom Montour
Jeremy Thompson
Brandon Francis
Jimmy Purves
Jon Harasym
Chris White
Darryl Gibson
Steve Priolo
Ian Llord
Mike Thompson
Jay Thorimbert
Anthony Cosmo
Travis Irving
Kyle Sweeney
Billy Dee Smith
Frank Resetarits
Mike McNamara
Jeff Cornwall
Angus Goodleaf
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
164139808 21 0 3 53149
5.00113 0-0
163931704 18 3 1 71190
4.38146 0-1
1627356238 1 3 1 75109
3.8886 0-1
1418314933 5 2 0 43 743.505914-33
1616304624 4 0 0 59102
2.8873 0-0
151019290 0 2 1 63135
1.9381 0-0
121216282 1 1 0 37 882.3371 0-0
9
10
13 23
0
1
0
1
21
55
2.56
36
0-0
16611
178 1 0 0 7811
1.06111-11
939
12
230 107211
1.33
100-1
14
3
6
9
25
0
0
0
72
26
0.64
16 65-140
10
3
5
8
69
0
0
0
23
17
0.80
9
58-127
12
4
3
7
18
1
0
0
41
17
0.58
8
0-0
16
0
7
7
35
0
0
0
52
4
0.48
3
1-3
16
0
6
6
27
0
0
0
53
4
0.38
3
0-0
8055
210 00190
0.630 0-0
12
2
3
5
35
0
0
0
34
6
0.42
4
0-0
14
1
4
5
12
0
0
0
36
3
0.38
3
0-0
90555 0 00 0 0
0.560 0-1
92242 0 007311
0.449
80-139
80442 0 00 9 0
0.500 0-0
8033
570 00110
0.380 0-0
50224 0 00202
0.402 2-2
15
1
1
2
54
0
0
0
40
9
0.13
6
1-1
10110 0 00 2 3
1.003 0-0
4011
150 00111
0.251 0-0
50110 0 00 7 2
0.202 0-0
20000 0 00 0 0
0.000 0-0
#
66
44
55
GOALIES
Mike Thompson
Anthony Cosmo
Angus Goodleaf
GP MIN W
16 525:45 4
10 382:02 3
662:500
L GA GAA SVSV%
4
109 12.44 333 .753
3
79 12.41 249 .759
2 1413.3734.708
2012 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
11
4
20
17
33
27
2
15
81
9
19
7
75
98
6
63
3
10
PLAYER
John Tavares
Scott Self
Chad Culp
Tracey Kelusky
Kevin Buchanan
Mat Giles
Ian Llord
Luke Wiles
Roger Vyse
Mark Steenhuis
Darryl Gibson
Jon Harasym
Jay Thorimbert
Jimmy Purves
Chris White
Tom Montour
Billy Dee Smith
Mike McNamara
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
12130 0 00 3 8
3.005 0-0
11120 0 00 7 3
2.003 0-1
10220 0 00103
2.003 0-0
11120 0 00 413
2.00
120-0
10110 0 00 9 6
1.003 0-0
10112 0 00 0 6
1.003 0-0
10110 0 00 2 0
1.000 0-0
11010 0 00 1 9
1.008 0-0
10110 0 00 4 1
1.000 0-0
11010 0 00106
1.004 0-0
10002 0 00 2 0
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00 4 0
0.000 0-0
11000 0 00 3 0
0.0007-16
10000 0 00 3 1
0.001 0-0
10000 0 00 5 1
0.000 0-0
10000 0 00171
0.000 0-0
1
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
3
0
0.00
0
0-0
10000 0 00 5 0
0.000 0-0
#
44
66
GOALIES
Anthony Cosmo
Mike Thompson
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
160:000 1 7 7.00 48.873
00:000 0 0 0.00 0.000
75
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2013 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
51
10
92
11
9
28
15
19
13
75
20
37
17
8
90
23
4
66
91
44
18
89
38
98
14
3
6
56
7
97
27
PLAYER
Shawn Williams
Aaron Wilson
Dhane Smith
John Tavares
Mark Steenhuis
Mike Hominuck
Luke Wiles
Chad Culp
David Brock
Jay Thorimbert
Derek Hopcroft
Nick Cotter
Tracey Kelusky
Kevin Brownell
James Rooney
Steve Priolo
Scott Self
Alexander Kedoh Hill
Jordan Critch
Anthony Cosmo
Glen Bryan
Carter Bender
Kurtis Wagar
Jimmy Purves
Mike McNamara
Billy Dee Smith
Derek Suddons
Drew Petkoff
Jon Harasym
Hayden Smith
Mat Giles
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
161946656 5 0 0 42109
4.0679 0-0
162323464 7 1 0 53137
2.88103 0-0
152420444 3 0 2 42153
2.93113 0-0
121425396 7 0 0 38 953.2569 0-0
1613263929 0 1 0 71 932.4462 0-0
12
14
7
21
6
1
1
1
48
69
1.75
47
0-0
1210112110 6 0 1 30100
1.7576 0-0
11714
21
11 1 0 0 5461
1.7543 0-0
15
6
7
13
46
0
0
0
55
23
0.87
15
0-0
16210
124 0 0 018019
0.7513
261-167
447
11
172 00 729
2.75
170-0
646
10
190 001731
1.67
170-0
746
10
190 012240
1.43
330-0
72680 0 101913
1.147 0-0
33472 1 00 6 8
2.337 0-0
16
2
5
7
46
0
0
0
76
14
0.44
11
0-0
10
4
2
6
4
0
1
1
32
6
0.60
5
4-8
5
3
3
6
4
0
0
0
32
25
1.20
18
0-0
53250 0 00 816
1.00
120-0
11
0
5
5
2
0
0
0
11
0
0.45
0
0-0
16
3
1
4
11
0
2
0
67
7
0.25
0
0-0
31230 0 00 211
1.007 0-0
60330 0 00 3 0
0.500 0-0
8213
260 002510
0.388 0-0
90334 0 00241
0.331 0-0
12
2
1
3
37
0
0
0
22
5
0.25
4
0-0
15
1
1
2
4
0
0
0
33
5
0.13
3
0-0
30220 0 00 9 0
0.670 0-0
12
1
1
2
11
0
0
0
28
2
0.17
2
0-0
40114 0 00 7 1
0.251
20002 0 00 6 9
0.00514-33
#
44
38
38
GOALIES
Anthony Cosmo
Kurtis Wagar
Scott Komer
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
16 628:21 4
4
140 13.37 423 .751
15 333:51 2
6
68 12.22 169 .713
10:000 0 0 0.00 0.000
76
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2014 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
17
9
92
11
51
5
23
90
10
19
75
55
44
8
27
42
24
22
7
4
13
3
38
PLAYER
Ryan Benesch
Mark Steenhuis
Dhane Smith
John Tavares
Shawn Williams
Joe Resetarits
Steve Priolo
Jamie Rooney
Aaron Wilson
Chad Culp
Jay Thorimbert
Mitch Wilde
Anthony Cosmo
Kevin Brownell
Glen Bryan
Rory Smith
Mitch Jones
Andrew Watt
Derek Suddons
Joel Matthews
David Brock
Billy Dee Smith
Kurtis Wagar
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
1825537810 7 3 1 88182
4.33124 0-0
1831326321 4 0 1 108193
3.50133 0-0
182039599 3 0 2 79151
3.28111 2-6
1624275131 8 0 2 78151
3.1998 0-0
181336498 4 1 1 44 962.7275 0-0
172517422 3 0 1 65159
2.47109 0-0
18818
26
65 0 3 0 9939
1.4426 0-0
12813
214 2 0 0 3249
1.7538 0-0
885
13
9 2 103060
1.63
480-0
17
7
4
11
28
0
0
0
59
38
0.65
28
0-0
18
5
6
11
6
0
1
0
19
17
0.61
15 253-201
10
4
7
11
4
0
0
0
32
17
1.10
14
0-0
13010
102 0 0 0 16 00.770 0-0
12
3
4
7
12
0
0
0
44
20
0.58
18
0-0
14
1
6
7
4
0
0
0
72
6
0.50
5
0-0
18
0
6
6
36
0
0
0
56
1
0.33
1
0-0
42354 1 002221
1.25
130-0
9325
230 00268
0.568 0-0
17
0
5
5
4
0
0
0
51
6
0.29
3
0-0
22022 0 00 411
1.009 0-0
12
1
1
2
16
0
0
0
53
4
0.17
2
0-3
13
0
2
2
29
0
0
0
24
1
0.15
0
0-0
10000 0 00 1 0
0.000 0-0
#
44
38
GOALIES
Anthony Cosmo
Kurtis Wagar
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
18 1063:36 8
9
191 10.77 752 .797
18 25:05 0
1
4
9.57
16 .800
2014 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
17
9
92
11
5
51
19
90
13
7
23
44
22
75
42
55
3
PLAYER
Ryan Benesch
Mark Steenhuis
Dhane Smith
John Tavares
Joe Resetarits
Shawn Williams
Chad Culp
Jamie Rooney
David Brock
Derek Suddons
Steve Priolo
Anthony Cosmo
Andrew Watt
Jay Thorimbert
Rory Smith
Mitch Wilde
Billy Dee Smith
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
489
17
0 2 001344
4.25
270-0
4
6
10 16
2
2
0
0
23
40
4.00
24
0-0
477
14
0 0 011235
3.50
220-0
475
12
0 2 001727
3.00
200-0
41452 0 001232
1.25
200-0
41452 0 00 7 5
1.255 0-0
42356 0 01108
1.256 0-0
43142 0 00 311
1.008 0-0
40442 0 00152
1.002 0-0
40224 0 00113
0.503 0-0
40224 0 00241
0.500 0-0
40220 0 00 2 0
0.500 0-0
41010 0 00 8 3
0.503 0-0
40110 0 00440
0.25057-28
40112 0 00 7 0
0.250 0-0
40112 0 00 8 3
0.251 0-0
4
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
7
0
0.00
0
0-0
#
44
38
GOALIES
Anthony Cosmo
Kurtis Wagar
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
4178:522 2 36 12.08114.760
4
0:00
0
0
0
0.00
0
.000
77
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
2015 REGULAR SEASON SCORING
#
17
92
9
66
19
11
2
5
23
8
44
75
20
55
24
13
71
3
7
22
4
91
65
15
PLAYER
Ryan Benesch
Dhane Smith
Mark Steenhuis
Alexander Kedoh Hill
Chad Culp
John Tavares
Jerome Thompson
Joe Resetarits
Steve Priolo
Kevin Brownell
Anthony Cosmo
Jay Thorimbert
Nick Weiss
Mitch Wilde
Mitch Jones
David Brock
Brandon Goodwin
Billy Dee Smith
Derek Suddons
Andrew Watt
Jamie Batson
Corey Fowler
Davide DiRuscio
Matthew Bennett
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
185558
1136 4 4 4 99240
.229185 0-0
183968
107
11 4 3 1 75254
.154188 0-0
1736599525 4 0 1 68196
.184134 0-0
18
23
26 49
30
1
2
0
101 119 .193
86
0-0
1611253624 1 2 0 62 91.12158 0-0
101220326 3 1 0 22 70.17152 0-0
1310142412 1 0 1 35 63.15939 0-0
10714
214 0 0 1 3490
.07859 0-0
18515
20
48 0 0 010426
.19220 0-0
18613
19
11 0 0 1 7919
.31616 0-0
17014
142 0 0 0 12 1.0001 0-0
18
7
6
13
14
0
0
0
246
21
.333
19 338-513
17
7
5
12
33
0
1
2
92
17
.412
15
1-2
18
3
9
12
10
0
0
0
41
24
.125
20
0-0
383
11
0 0 001614
.571
120-0
15
1
7
8
28
0
0
0
41
7
.143
3
0-0
10
3
4
7
2
0
0
0
17
11
.273
7
1-1
17
1
4
5
53
0
0
0
32
5
.200
3
0-0
17
1
2
3
2
0
0
0
39
2
.500
2
0-0
11
1
2
3
21
0
0
0
36
5
.200
4
0-0
30110 0 00120
.0000 0-0
10110 0 00 6 4
.0004 0-0
30000 0 00 2 1
.0001 0-0
20002 0 00 7 2
.0001 0-0
#
15
44
65
GOALIES
Matthew Bennett
Anthony Cosmo
Davide DiRuscio
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
10:000 0 0 0.00 0.000
171013:4110 7 191 11.31 681 .781
14 75:45 1
0
15 11.88 46 .754
2015 PLAYOFF SCORING
#
92
17
9
11
19
66
24
20
3
7
8
13
22
23
44
55
65
75
PLAYER
Dhane Smith
Ryan Benesch
Mark Steenhuis
John Tavares
Chad Culp
Alexander Kedoh Hill
Mitch Jones
Nick Weiss
Billy Dee Smith
Derek Suddons
Kevin Brownell
David Brock
Andrew Watt
Steve Priolo
Anthony Cosmo
Mitch Wilde
Davide DiRuscio
Jay Thorimbert
GP G
A PTS PIM SOG SHGGWC LB Shots SPCT SOG FO
13580 1 00 615
.200
120-0
12465 1 00 915
.133
110-0
11452 0 00 5 8
.1256 0-0
10550 0 00 5 9
.0005 0-0
1202
101 00 6 7
.2865 0-0
1
2
0
2
4
0
0
0
4
11
.182
7
0-1
10220 0 00 3 5
.0004 0-0
11012 0 00 4 2
.5002 0-0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
.000
0
0-0
10000 0 00 3 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 2 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 3 1
.0001 0-0
10002 0 00 6 1
.0001 0-0
10000 0 00 4 1
.0001 0-0
10002 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 1 1
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00 0 0
.0000 0-0
10000 0 00140
.000020-28
#
65
44
GOALIES
Davide DiRuscio
Anthony Cosmo
GP MIN W L GA GAA SVSV%
10:310 0 0 0.00 0.000
159:290 1 1414.1241.745
78
BANDITS HISTORY
SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
GOALS
SHOTS ON GOAL
BANDITS GOALS
28
(2/24/96 vs. Charlotte, 28-6)
Most
Fewest
4
(4/19/14 at Rochester, 4-8)
OPPONENT GOALS
Most
23
(1/25/92 vs. Detroit, 23-17)
Fewest
4
2x. Last: (3/21/09 vs. Portland, 14-4)
BANDITS SHOTS ON GOAL
77
(2/10/01 vs. Washington)
Most
Fewest
33
2x. Last: (3/24/12 at Calgary)
COMBINED SHOTS ON GOAL
Most
144 (1/4/92 vs. New York)
Fewest
67
(4/20/13 at Rochester)
COMBINED GOALS
Most
47
(3/13/92 vs. Baltimore, 27-20)
Fewest
12
(4/19/14 at Rochester, 4-8)
BANDITS SHOTS ON GOAL IN ONE QUARTER
Most
30
(4/5/03 vs. New Jersey 2nd)
Fewest
3
2x. Last: (3/24/12 at Calgary 4th)
GAME RESULTS
COMBINED SHOTS ON GOAL IN ONE QUARTER
42
(3/26/04 vs. Toronto 4th)
Most
Fewest
11
(1/4/03 vs. Albany 3rd)
BANDITS MARGIN OF VICTORY
Most
22
(3/2/96 vs. Charlotte, 28-6)
Fewest
1
34x. Last: (2/7/15 at Calgary, 15-14, OT)
OPPONENT MARGIN OF VICTORY
14
(4/6/13 at Minnesota, 7-21)
Most
Fewest
1
33x. Last: (4/4/15 at Minnesota, 9-10)
PENALTY MINUTES
MOST PENALTY MINUTES
83
(1/28/12 at Minnesota)
Bandits
Opponent 90
(3/21/09 vs. Portland)
Combined 153 (3/21/09 vs. Portland)
LONGEST GAME
69:55
(4/28/12 at Washington)
BANDITS SHOTS ON GOAL IN ONE HALF
Most
50
(4/5/03 vs. New Jersey 1st)
13
2x. Last: (3/24/12 at Calgary 2nd)
Fewest
SHOTS ON GOAL ALLOWED IN ONE HALF
Most
45
(1/18/92 vs. New York 2nd)
Fewest
12
(1/29/94 at New York 2nd)
BANDITS GOALS IN ONE QUARTER
Most
12
(3/13/92 vs. Baltimore)
Fewest
0
43x. Last (3/21/15 vs Minnesota 4th)
BANDITS GOALS IN ONE HALF
Most
17
2x. Last: (1/16/09 vs. Rochester 1st)
Fewest
0
2x. Last: (2/8/14 at. Rochester 1st)
GOALS ALLOWED BY BANDITS IN ONE QUARTER
Most
9
2x. Last: (4/8/00 vs. Philadelphia)
Fewest
0
48x. Last: (4/26/15 at New England 3rd)
GOALS ALLOWED BY BANDITS IN ONE HALF
Most
13
6x. Last: (1/5/02 vs. Rochester)
Fewest
0
(4/22/07 vs. Minnesota)
MARGIN OF SHOTS ON GOAL
27
(1/29/94 at. New York, 60-33)
Bandits
Opponent 35
(3/24/12 at. Calgary, 33-68)
79
BANDITS HISTORY
BANDITS BY QUARTER
2015 GOALS BY QUARTER - FOR
DATE OPP
1/2
at New England
1/3 EDMONTON
1/17
at Vancouver
1/23
at Toronto
1/30MINNESOTA
1/31
at Rochester
2/7
at Calgary
2/14ROCHESTER
2/21
at Rochester
2/28COLORADO
3/13TORONTO
3/14
at Toronto
3/21MINNESOTA
4/4
NEW ENGLAND
4/11
at Minnesota
4/25VANCOUVER
4/26
at New England
5/2
NEW ENGLAND
1
4
2
5
3
5
1
6
2
0
4
4
2
6
1
5
2
6
5
2
1
4
4
4
6
3
2
6
4
2
1
3
3
2
3
4
6
7
3
2
3
2
2
1
6
1
2
7
5
3
4
3
4
2
3
5
6
4OT T
1
-
8
0- 9
3
-
14
2
-
11
3 - 15
1
-
11
5
1
15
0 - 10
1
0
12
3 - 14
7 - 15
1
0
10
0 - 12
4
-
11
2
-
12
8 - 17
3
-
20
2
-
20
TOTALS
63
65 61
46 1 236
DATE OPP
1/2
at New England
1/3 EDMONTON
1/17
at Vancouver
1/23
at Toronto
1/30MINNESOTA
1/31
at Rochester
2/7
at Calgary
2/14ROCHESTER
2/21
at Rochester
2/28COLORADO
3/13TORONTO
3/14
at Toronto
3/21MINNESOTA
4/4
NEW ENGLAND
4/11
at Minnesota
4/25VANCOUVER
4/26
at New England
5/2
NEW ENGLAND
1
2
3
3
3
2
6
4
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
1
4
3
2
4
0
3
2
1
4
2
4
3
3
4
6
2
1
3
4
4
1
4OT T
3
-
12
3- 8
4
-
13
4
-
13
6 - 12
7
-
17
4
0
14
4 - 15
5
1
13
0 - 11
1 - 12
2
1
11
2 - 8
3
-
12
2
-
9
2 - 9
1
-
9
3
-
10
TOTALS
53
51 46
2015 GOALS BY QUARTER - AGAINST
3
3
2
3
4
3
0
4
4
2
5
4
0
1
5
1
2
0
3
56 2 208
80
BANDITS HISTORY
BANDITS BY QUARTER
2015 SHOTS BY QUARTER - FOR
DATE OPP
1/2
at New England
1/3 EDMONTON
1/17
at Vancouver
1/23
at Toronto
1/30 MINNESOTA
1/31
at Rochester
2/7
at Calgary
2/14 ROCHESTER
2/21
at Rochester
2/28 COLORADO
3/13 TORONTO
3/14
at Toronto
3/21 MINNESOTA
4/4
NEW ENGLAND
4/11
at Minnesota
4/25 VANCOUVER
4/26
at New England
5/2
NEW ENGLAND
1 2 3
13
16
14
1013 8
14
12
17
15
10
8
17 18 12
9
10
17
15
11
10
15 19 8
13
11
15
14 14 15
16 11 10
14
16
14
17 11 9
15
15
14
12
9
10
14 10 12
16
13
12
13
16
10
4OT T
16
-
59
9- 40
12
-
55
8
-
41
10- 57
9
-
45
16
5
57
13- 55
9
1
49
14- 57
17- 54
8
0
52
12- 49
14
-
58
10
-
41
21- 57
12
-
53
12
-
51
TOTALS
252 235 215 222 6 930
2015 SHOTS BY QUARTER - AGAINST
DATE OPP
1/2
at New England
1/3 EDMONTON
1/17
at Vancouver
1/23
at Toronto
1/30 MINNESOTA
1/31
at Rochester
2/7
at Calgary
2/14 ROCHESTER
2/21
at Rochester
2/28 COLORADO
3/13 TORONTO
3/14
at Toronto
3/21 MINNESOTA
4/4
NEW ENGLAND
4/11
at Minnesota
4/25 VANCOUVER
4/26
at New England
5/2
NEW ENGLAND
1
15
12
7
14
8
18
16
12
9
11
18
11
15
11
15
12
10
13
2 3
15
12
14 11
12
10
15
11
13 14
14
3
11
15
16 13
14
15
10 14
15 20
13
14
15 11
9
14
16
7
16 10
14
11
8
12
4OT T
17
-
59
13- 50
11
-
40
14
-
54
24- 59
13
-
48
13
3
58
12- 53
11
2
51
12- 47
10- 63
18
4
60
11- 52
11
-
45
13
-
51
17- 55
13
-
48
13
-
46
TOTALS
227 240 217 246 9 939
81
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
GOALS
MARGIN OF VICTORY
BANDITS GOALS
Most
22
(3/27/92 at Boston, 22-16)
Fewest
3
(5/9/09 at New York, 3-9)
OPPONENT GOALS
Most
26
(4/16/94 at Philadelphia, 15-26)
Fewest
7
(5/5/12 at Toronto, 6-7)
BANDITS MARGIN OF VICTORY
Most
9
(4/25/04 at Toronto, 19-10)
Fewest
1
4x. Last: (4/30/11 vs. Boston)
OPPONENT MARGIN OF VICTORY
Most
9
(4/16/94 at Philadelphia)
Fewest
1
3x. Last: (5/5/12 at Toronto)
COMBINED GOALS
Most
41
(4/16/94 at Philadelphia, 15-26)
Fewest
12
(5/9/09 at New York, 3-9)
82
BANDITS HISTORY
SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS
MOST GOALS
MOST ASSISTS
GOALSPLAYER YEAR
ASSISTSPLAYER
68
Dhane Smith
64 John Tavares
61 John Tavares
59 John Tavares
59 Mark Steenhuis
58 John Tavares
58 John Tavares
58 Ryan Benesch
54 Mark Steenhuis
53 Ryan Benesch
53
John Tavares
55
51
51
51
49
49
46
43
42
42
Ryan Benesch
Mark Steenhuis
John Tavares
John Tavares
John Tavares
John Tavares
Shawn Williams
John Tavares
John Tavares
John Tavares
2015
2009
2009
2001
2004
2003
2001
2005
2002
2007
MOST POINTS
YEAR
2015
2001
2007
2005
2015
2008
2003
2015
2010
2014
2006
POINTSPLAYER
115 John Tavares
113 Ryan Benesch
107 John Tavares
107 Dhane Smith
103 John Tavares
102 John Tavares
101 Mark Steenhuis
95 Mark Steenhuis
94 John Tavares
YEAR
2001
2015
2003
2015
2007
2005
2009
2015
2009
93
2004
John Tavares
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL
MOST PENALTY MINUTES
MOST HAT TRICKS
SOG PLAYERYEAR
207 Roy Colsey
2002
202 John Tavares
2003
188 Dhane Smith
2015
186 Mark Steenhuis
2009
185 Ryan Benesch
2015
184 John Tavares
2005
176
Mike Accursi
2003
175 Mark Steenhuis
2010
163
John Tavares
2002
159
John Tavares
2004
PIM PLAYERYEAR
70 Brandon Francis
2011
69 Brandon Francis
2012
65
Steve Priolo
2014
63 Kyle Laverty
2004
59
Andy Ogilive
2000
59 Chris White
2008
58
Tom Phair
1997
58 Billy Dee Smith
2005
58 Kyle Laverty
2007
57 Kyle Laverty
2008
57
Travis Irving
2012
HT PLAYERYEAR
12
John Tavares
2004
12
Shawn Williams
2001
11
Mark Steenhuis
2009
11
Ryan Benesch
2015
10
John Tavares
2009
9
John Tavares
2005
9
John Tavares
2003
9
John Tavares
2001
8
Luke Wiles
2012
8
John Tavares
2007
8
John Tavares
2002
8
John Tavares
1996
8
John Tavares
1993
MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS
MOST LOOSE BALLS RECOVERED
MOST GAMES BY A GOALIE
GWGPLAYER YEAR
5
John Tavares
2007
4
Ryan Benesch
2015
3
John Tavares
2012
3
John Tavares
2011
3
John Tavares
2009
3
Mark Steenhuis
2009
3
Mark Steenhuis
2008
3
Mark Steenhuis
2007
3
Mark Steenhuis
2006
3
Mark Steenhuis
2004
3
John Tavares
2003
3
John Tavares
2000
LB PLAYERYEAR
246 Jay Thorimbert
2015
191
Jay Thorimbert
2014
180 Jay Thorimbert
2013
173 Pat McCready
2002
166 Pat McCready
2004
165 Steve Dietrich
2003
159 John Tavares
2001
156 Steve Dietrich
2002
155
John Tavares
2003
GAMESPLAYER
18 Anthony Cosmo
17 Anthony Cosmo
16 Anthony Cosmo
16 Mike Thompson
15 Steve Dietrich
15 Steve Dietrich
15
Steve Dietrich
15
Steve Dietrich
14 Mike Thompson
14 Steve Dietrich
13 Angus Goodleaf
12
Ken Montour
12
Steve Dietrich
3
John Tavares
1992
154 Pat McCready
2006
YEAR
2014
2015
2013
2007
2006
2005
2003
2002
2011
2007
2010
2009
2004
83
BANDITS HISTORY
SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS
MOST MINUTES BY A GOALIE
MOST WINS BY A GOALIE
MOST LOSSES BY A GOALIE
MIN PLAYERYEAR
1,064
Anthony Cosmo
2014
1,014 Anthony Cosmo
2015
845
Steve Dietrich
2002
838 Steve Dietrich
2003
813 Steve Dietrich
2006
763 Mike Thompson
2011
750 Steve Dietrich
2005
652
Ken Montour
2009
628
Anthony Cosmo
2013
566 Pat O’Toole
1996
558
Matt Disher
2000
511
Mike Thompson
2007
WINSPLAYER YEAR
11 Steve Dietrich
2003
10
Mike Thompson
2011
10 Steve Dietrich
2006
10
Anthony Cosmo
2015
9
Steve Dietrich
2005
8
Anthony Cosmo
2014
8
Ken Montour
2009
7
Steve Dietrich
2002
7
Pat O’Toole
1996
6
Phil Wetherup
2001
6
Matt Disher
2000
6
Ross Cowie
1993
LOSSESPLAYER
9
Anthony Cosmo
7
Steve Dietrich
6
Kurtis Wagar
5
Matt Disher
5
Anthony Cosmo
4
Ken Montour
4
Anthony Cosmo
4
Mike Thompson
4
Ken Montour
4
Steve Dietrich
4
Derek General
4
Steve Dietrich
4
Phil Wetherup
MOST SHOTS FACED BY A GOALIE
MOST GOALS BY A ROOKIE
MOST ASSISTS BY A ROOKIE
SHOTSPLAYER
943 Anthony Cosmo
872 Anthony Cosmo
760 Steve Dietrich
703 Steve Dietrich
647 Steve Dietrich
642 Steve Dietrich
573 Mike Thompson
569 Derek General
563 Anthony Cosmo
555 Ken Montour
GOALSPLAYER
26 Derek Keenan
24 Dhane Smith
23 Darris Kilgour
22
Kevin Alexander
21 John Tavares
20 Delby Powless, 17 Ryan Powell
15 D’Arcy Sweet
13 Bob Hamley
12 Brett Bucktooth
YEAR
2014
2014
2002
2006
2005
2003
2011
2004
2013
2009
MOST POINTS BY A ROOKIE
POINTSPLAYER
49 Derek Keenan
44 Dhane Smith
44 Delby Powless
43 John Tavares
39 Darris Kilgour
35 Ryan Powell 31 Jim Veltman
30
D’Arcy Sweet
28 Bob Hamley
26 Brett Bucktooth
YEAR
1992
2013
2005
1992
1992
2001
1992
2000
1992
2007
YEAR
1992
2013
1992
1992
1992
2005
2001
2000
1992
2007
ASSISTSPLAYER
24
Delby Powless
23 Derek Keenan
23 Jim Veltman
22 John Tavares
20 Dhane Smith
18 Ryan Powell
17 Brian Hall
16 Darris Kilgour
15 AJ Shannon
15 D’Arcy Sweet
15 Bob Hamley
MOST PENALTY MINUTES BY A ROOKIE
NOTE:
PIM PLAYERYEAR
53 Tom Phair, 1996
49 Darris Kilgour
1992
46 Billy Dee Smith
2003
35 Mike Mooradian
1992
27 Troy Cordingley
1993
26 John Tavares
1992
22 Steve Priolo
2010
21
D’Arcy Sweet
2000
21
Tyson Leies
1994
19 Adam Ogilvie 1999
1992-95 1996-97 1998-00 2000-01 2001-13 2014-16 YEAR
2014
2002
2013
1999
2015
2008
2013
2012
2010
2005
2004
2004
2001
YEAR
2005
1992
1992
1992
2013
2001
1992
1992
2004
2000
1992
8-game regular season
10-game regular season
12-game regular season
14-game regular season
16-game regular season
18-game regular season
84
BANDITS HISTORY
SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
BUFFALO BANDITS
OPPOSING TEAM
MOST GOALS:
8
Mark Steenhuis at Toronto
7
Mark Steenhuis vs. Rochester
Mark Steenhuis vs. Rochester
John Tavares vs. Colorado
Mark Steenhuis vs. Rochester
John Tavares vs. Calgary
John Tavares vs. Columbus
Darris Kilgour at Ontario
MOST GOALS:
8
Roy Colsey, New York
Paul Gait, Detroit
April 7, 2001
January 25, 1992
MOST ASSISTS:
11 Dan Dawson, Rochester
Garrett Billings, Toronto
Derek Malawsky, Rochester
January 31, 2015
March 31, 2012
January 5, 2002
MOST POINTS:
15 Garrett Billings, Toronto
13 Derek Malawsky, Rochester
March 31, 2012
January 5, 2002
MOST PENALTY MINUTES:
37 Geoff Snider, Philadelphia
February 24, 2007
MOST SHOTS:
19 Paul Gait, Detroit
Lewis Ratcliff, Washington
January 25, 1992
April 28, 2012
MOST ASSISTS:
13 Mark Steenhuis vs. Toronto
10 John Tavares vs. Minnesota
John Tavares at Washington
Derek Keenan vs. Baltimore
MOST POINTS:
17 Mark Steenhuis vs. Toronto
14 Derek Malawsky vs. Philadelphia
Derek Keenan vs. Baltimore
February 20, 2009
April 25, 2015
January 16, 2009
March 24, 2007
March 25, 2006
January 25, 2003
January 6, 2001
February 21, 1998
February 14, 2009*
January 20, 2007
March 23, 2002
March 13, 1992
February 14, 2009*
January 20, 2001
March 13, 1992
MOST LOOSE BALLS RECOVERED:
28 Derek General, New Jersey
MOST PENALTY MINUTES:
37 Troy Bonterre at Rochester
April 14, 2007
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL:
20 John Tavares vs. Baltimore
March 3, 1998
MOST LOOSE BALLS RECOVERED:
29 Jim Veltman vs. Baltimore Jim Veltman vs. Philadelphia January 23, 1993
Feb. 27, 1993
MOST SAVES:
60 Daniel Sams at Chicago
February 24, 2008
April 5, 2003
*- Indicates NLL Record
85
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
1992-2015
YEARGOALS
1992
Derek Keenan (26) ASSISTS
POINTS
PENALTY MINUTES LOOSE BALLS
Derek Keenan &
Derek Keenan (49) Darris Kilgour (49) Jim Veltman (111)
Jim Veltman (23)
1993
John Tavares (35) John Tavares (23)
John Tavares (58) Darris Kilgour (31) Jim Veltman (102)
1994 John Tavares (27) Jim Veltman (24)
John Tavares (47)
Darris Kilgour & Jim Veltman (130)
Tyson Leies (19)
Jim Veltman (24)
John Tavares (45) Troy Cordingley (28) Jim Veltman (91)
Tom Phair (53) Pat O’Toole (138)
1995 John Tavares (24) 1996 John Tavares (41) John Tavares (40)
John Tavares (81) 1997 John Tavares (37) John Tavares (29)
John Tavares (66) Tom Phair (58) John Tavares (104)
1998 Darris Kilgour (37) Troy Cordingley (31)
Darris Kilgour (66) Tom Phair (58) Pat O’Toole (81)
1999 John Tavares (33) John Tavares (34)
John Tavares (67) Neil Doddridge (41) John Tavares (112)
Andy Ogilive (59) John Tavares (105)
2000 John Tavares (34) John Tavares (49)
John Tavares (83) 2001 John Tavares (51) John Tavares (64)
John Tavares (115) Andy Ogilvie (51) John Tavares (159)
2002 Roy Colsey (47) John Tavares (46)
John Tavares (88) Craig Gelsvik (42) Pat McCready (173)
2003 John Tavares (49) John Tavares (58)
John Tavares (107) Andy Ogilvie (56) Steve Dietrich (165)
Kyle Laverty (63) Pat McCready (166)
2004 John Tavares (49) John Tavares (44)
John Tavares (93) 2005
John Tavares (43)
John Tavares (59)
John Tavares (102)
Billy Dee Smith (60)
John Tavares (126)
2006
Mark Steenhuis (34)
John Tavares (53)
John Tavares (85)
Chris White (51)
Pat McCready (154)
2007
John Tavares (42)
John Tavares (61)
John Tavares (103)
Kyle Laverty (66)
Pat McCready (126)
John Tavares (58)
John Tavares (87)
Kyle Laverty (70)
Mark Steenhuis &
2008
Mark Steenhuis (34)
2009
Mark Steenhuis &
John Tavares (51)
2010
Mark Steenhuis (36)
Pat McCready (121)
Mark Steenhuis (50)
Mark Steenhuis (101)
Brian Croswell (42)
Phil Sanderson (137)
Mark Steenhuis (54)
Mark Steenhuis (90)
Ian Llord &
Tom Montour (112)
Brandon Francis (53)
2011
John Tavares (32)
John Tavares (46)
John Tavares (78)
Brandon Francis (70)
Chris Corbeil (121)
2012
John Tavares (41)
John Tavares (39)
John Tavares (80)
Brandon Francis (69)
Scott Self (78)
Shawn Williams (46)
Shawn Williams (65)
David Brock &
Jay Thorimbert (180)
Steve Priolo (46)
2013
Dhane Smith (24)
2014
Mark Steenhuis (31)
Ryan Benesch (53)
Ryan Benesch (78)
Steve Priolo (65)
Jay Thorimbert (191)
2015
Ryan Benesch (55)
Dhane Smith (68)
Ryan Benesch (113)
Billy Dee Smith (53)
Jay Thorimbert (246)
86
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME GOALTENDER STATISTICS
ALL-TIME GOALTENDER STATISTICS
(Ranked according to victories – playoff record in parentheses)
NAME
GP
Steve Dietrich
89
Mike Thompson
89
Anthony Cosmo
MIN
GA
GAA
SV%
W L
4,159
781
11.27
.779
47
23
(4-2)
2,924
439
11.25
.772
31
16
(4-2)
61
3,088
601
11.68
.778
25
23
(2-4)
Ross Cowie
47
1,810
467
15.48
.708
17
13
(3-2)
Ken Montour
47
1,578
278
10.57
.799
16
13
(2-1)
Bill Gerrie
23
874
224
15.38
.702
11
4
(4-1)
Matt Disher
17
889
236
15.93
.730
7
8
Phil Wetherup
12
480
126
15.76
.716
6
4
Pat O’Toole
26
1,124
244
13.02
.737
5
3
(2-1)
Marty O’Neill
13
546
133
14.62
.723
5
4
(0-1)
Derek General
32
697
152
13.08
.740
5
5
(0-1)
Kurtis Wagar
33
359
72
12.04
.720
2
7
Davide DiRuscio
14
76
15
11.88
.754
1
0
Daniel Sams
5
75
10
8.00
.870
1
0
Scott Komer
6
157
44
16.78
.659
1
0
Corey Quinn
18
121
25
12.36
.755
1
1
Chris Levis
13
89
26
22.92
.623
1
1
Derek Collins
5
196
48
14.73
.718
1
2
Angus Goodleaf
35
458
83
10.87
.767
1
8
Ryan Avery
6
30
6
12.00
.800
0
0
Scott Komer
1
0
0
0.00
.000
0
0
(1-1)
(0-1)
87
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1992 RESULTS (2ND PLACE, NATIONAL DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DATE 1/4 1/18 1/25 2/8 2/28 3/7 3/13 3/21 H/A H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
OPP. NY NY DET PIT PHI DET BAL BOS SCORE 17-21 16-19
17-23 23-13 20-11 22-9 27-20 19-9 W/L L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
REC 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 GOALIE(S) Cowie, Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie Cowie, Gerrie Gerrie Gerrie Gerrie Cowie ATT. 9,052 11,297 13,581 6,844 16,325 9,673 16,325 8,233 GWG
B. Cummings
Dumpson
Parke
Hamley
Alexander
Alexander
Keenan
Hiltz
SCORE 17-10 18-14 23-13 17-13 16-14 19-18+ 13-12 20-14 W/L W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
REC 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 GOALIE(S) Gerrie Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie Cowie ATT. 5,354 6,532 16,325 6,882 16,325 7,916 16,325 16,325 GWG
Tavares
Lay
Tavares
Cordingley
Tavares
Alexander
Alexander
D. Kilgour
1993 RESULTS (1ST PLACE, NATIONAL DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DATE 1/9 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/6 2/20 2/27 3/20 H/A A
A
H
A
H
A
H
H
OPP. PIT DET BAL BOS BOS BAL PHI DET + Overtime Decision
1994 RESULTS (1ST PLACE, NATIONAL DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DATE 1/21 1/23 1/29 2/5 2/19 3/12 3/19 3/26 H/A A
H
A
H
H
A
A
H
OPP. DET BAL NY PHI BOS BOS PHI DET SCORE 17-16 17-12 18-10 15-11 10-14 14-10 12-16 18-10 W/L W
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
REC 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 5-1 5-2 6-2 GOALIE(S) Cowie Cowie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie
Gerrie ATT. 5,147 16,284 10,375 16,284 16,284 9,125 17,380 16,284 GWG
Cordingley
Tavares
Cochrane
Hamley
Soudan
Tavares
Nostrant
Hardill
H/A H
A
A
H
A
H
H
A
OPP. PHI BOS PHI BOS NY ROC BAL ROC SCORE 17-13 11-12+ 10-17 13-16 16-13 8-13 23-12 11-12 W/L W
L
L
L
W
L
W
L
REC 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 GOALIE(S) Cowie, Gerrie
Gerrie Cowie, Gerrie
Cowie, Gerrie
Cowie, Gerrie
Cowie, Gerrie
Cowie Cowie ATT. 16,230 5,966 16,515 15,079 8,131 16,230 15,767 7,383 GWG
Laub
Carmean
Martin
Blanchard
Tavares
Lyons
Cordingley
Gait
1995 RESULTS (4TH PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
DATE 1/7 1/14 1/28 2/4 2/11 2/25 3/4 3/5 88
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1996 RESULTS (1ST PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
10 DATE 1/12 1/20 2/3 2/10 2/24 3/2 3/9 3/16 3/22 3/23 H/A A
H
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
OPP. PHI BAL BOS ROC CHR BAL BOS ROC NY PHI SCORE 15-12 18-16 17-11 14-9 28-6 25-17 13-12 14-17 16-13 12-14 W/L W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
REC 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 7-1 8-1 8-2 GOALIE(S) O’Toole O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole ATT. 13,024 14,122 14,047 7,393 15,741 4,549 8,567 15,267 8,184 15,243 GWG
Phair
Phair
Cordingley
Henry
Cecconi
Tavares
Tavares
Soudan
Hall
Gait
H/A H
H
A
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
OPP. ROC BOS BOS BAL NY ROC NY PHI PHI BAL SCORE 17-19 15-13 15-16 22-15 16-14 16-15 16-18 8-16 14-13+ 19-14 W/L L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
REC 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 GOALIE(S) O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole, Cowie
O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole, Cowie Cowie O’Toole, Cowie Cowie O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole, Cowie O’Toole, Cowie ATT. 18,595 16,380 5,463 5,009 17,348 6,751 7,113 18,595 17,575 16,747 GWG
Mearns
R.Kilgour
Blanchard
Tavares
Dowling
Tavares
Seremet
Gait
Dowling
Cecconi
H/A H
H
A
A
A
H
A
A
H
H
A
H
OPP. PHI NY ROC PHI BAL ROC ONT NY BAL ONT SYR SYR SCORE 12-14 16-12 6-15 9-15 15-20 16-15+ 15-17 14-13 10-12 14-12 20-16 19-10 W/L L
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
REC 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 3-6 4-6 5-6 6-6 GOALIE(S) O’Toole, Cowie
O’Toole, Cowie
Cowie O’Toole, Cowie
Cowie, Levis Cowie, Levis Levis, Cowie O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole O’Toole, Cowie
O’Toole ATT. 11,402 11,255 7,353 15,065 7,268 14,230 5,841 7,029 11,989 11,913 4,084 12,745 GWG
Miller
Luke
Mearns
Flynn
Gait
Tavares
Heardr
Cordingley
Knight
D. Kilgour
R. Kilgour
D. Squire
1997 RESULTS (T-2ND PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
10 DATE 1/4 1/18 1/25 2/7 2/8 2/15 2/21 3/15 3/22 3/29 1998 RESULTS (T-3RD PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
9
10 11 12 DATE 1/3 1/17 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/14 4/4 4/11 + Overtime Decision
89
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1999 RESULTS (6TH PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12 DATE 1/8 1/16 1/22 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/27 3/6 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 H/A A
H
A
H
A H
A
H
H
H
A
A
OPP. PHI BAL TOR SYR NY PHI BAL NY ROC TOR ROC SYR SCORE 18-17+ 15-22 10-11 17-16 12-11 11-13 16-15 12-13 11-17
12-13+ 13-15 11-14 W/L W
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
REC 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 GOALIE(S) Disher, O’Neil O’Neill, Disher
O’Neill O’Neill, Disher O’Neill Disher O’Neill, Disher Disher Disher, O’Neil O’Neill O’Neill Disher ATT. 14,348 10,216 11,052 8,129 7,826 9,205 8,203 8,536 11,020 10,723 8,136 3,452 GWG
Marechek
Martin
Williams
Panos
R. Kilgour
Marechek
Tavares
Panetta
Kruger
Voltman
Hollenbeck
Gait
H/A H
H
H
A
H A
H
A
A
H
A
A
OPP. TOR SYR ALB PIT ROC TOR NY ROC NY PHI PHI ALB SCORE 14-17 22-21 21-17 14-17 18-14 18-12 19-18+ 13-16 21-16 16-11 11-22 15-13 W/L L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
REC 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3 7-4 8-4 GOALIE(S) Disher Disher, O’Neil Disher Disher Disher Disher Disher Disher, O’Neil Disher, O’Neil O’Neill O’Neill, Disher
Disher ATT. 7,457 7,311 6,742 5,218 7,393 14,075 9,817 9,269 7,628 10,396 16,187 5,428 GWG
Toll
Accursi
Prat
Reese
Tavares
Malawsky
Tavares
Teat
Williams
Tavares
Marechek
Williams
H/A A
H
H
H
H
H
A
A
A
H
H
A
A
A
OPP. WSH CLB PHI TOR OTT WSH OTT PHI CLB ALB ROC ALB ROC NY SCORE 20-19 23-10 26-18 13-14^ 25-14 17-21 21-12 12-17 22-19 18-13 9-10 17-14 12-19 13-18 W/L W
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
REC 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 4-2
5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3 7-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 GOALIE(S) Wetherup, Komer Wetherup, Komer Wetherup Wetherup Wetherup Wetherup, Komer Komer Wetherup, Komer Wetherup, Komer Wetherup, Collins Collins Collins, Wetherup Collins, Wetherup Collins, Wetherup
ATT. 2,778 7,328 8,261 8,452 8,111 8,184 7,083 16,566 6,923 7,620 8,333 4,108 11,016 4,625 GWG
Kilgour
Sweet
Malawsky
Stroup
Malawsky
Sims
Warder
Bergey
Ogilvie
Powell
C. Malwasky
Williams
Cordingley
Colsey
+ Overtime Decision
2000 RESULTS (2ND PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12 DATE 1/8 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/18 2/26 3/11 3/18 3/25 4/1 4/8 4/15 + Overtime Decision
2001 RESULTS (5TH PLACE)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 DATE 12/30 1/6 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/10 2/16 2/24 3/10 3/17 3/25 3/30 3/31 4/7 ^ Double-Overtime Decision
90
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2002 RESULTS (4TH PLACE, CENTRAL DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3 4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DATE 11/24 12/1 12/16 1/5 1/18 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/2 3/9 3/23 H/A H
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
A
OPP. WSH MTL NY ROC CGY PHI VAN MTL CLB ALB CLB PHI ALB TOR ROC WSH SCORE 17-15 17-18 16-13 11-22 13-12+ 7-8 17-14 7-10 12-8 9-11 12-10 19-14 14-15+ 7-8 7-12 23-22
W/L W
L
W
L
W
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
REC GOALIE(S) ATT. 1-0 Dietrich 6,718 1-1 Dietrich, Levis 6,118 2-1 Dietrich 3,000 2-2 Dietrich, Levis 8,934 3-2 Dietrich 8,271 3-3 Dietrich 11,785 4-3 Dietrich 6,176 4-4 Dietrich 8,317 5-4 Dietrich 8,826 5-5 Dietrich, Levis 7,136 6-5 Dietrich 3,874 7-5 Dietrich 7,526 7-6 Dietrich 3,000 7-7 Dietrich 7,948 7-8 Dietrich, Montour 9,724 8-8 Montour 3,000 GWG
McCready
Kelusky
Driscoll
Soudan
Tavares
Marechek
Maddalena
Dowling
Taylor
Teat
Maddalena
Howard
Teat
Manning
Grant
Derks
SCORE 11-10 20-6 10-4 13-17 23-17 19-16 14-8 16-11 16-10 12-10 12-15 12-9 11-9 9-18 19-12 14-16 W/L W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
L
REC 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 9-2 10-2 11-2 11-3 12-3 12-4 GWG
Caines
Tavares
Caines
Manning
Tavares
Crosbie
Steenhuis
McCready
Steenhuis
Plunkett
Marechek
Susheski
Accursi
Malawsky
Tavares
Kelusky
+ Overtime Decision
2003 RESULTS (T-1ST PLACE, CENTRAL DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DATE 1/4 1/11 1/19 1/24 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/16 3/7 3/15 3/21 3/22 3/29 4/5 4/11 H/A H
H
A
A
H
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
OPP. ALB CLB NJ TOR CGY CLB TOR ALB NY ROC PHI OTT OTT ROC NJ CGY GOALIE(S) Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Quinn Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich, Grant Dietrich Quinn ATT. 5,713 5,633 3,011 15,221 5,590 3,615 8,414 3,074 5,531 8,124 15,097 7,943 4,512 10,379 7,957 13,859 91
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2004 RESULTS (T-3RD PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DATE 1/3 1/10 1/16 1/18 1/31 2/6 2/13 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/05 3/13 3/20 3/26 3/27 4/4 H/A H
H
A
A
A
H
A
H
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
OPP. ROC PHI VAN ANA PHI ROC TOR ANA PHI ROC TOR ARZ ROC TOR TOR PHI SCORE 12-11 13-16 15-16+ 16-12 18-10 10-9 13-9 13-11 12-8 12-13+ 11-13 13-11 12-13+ 11-14 9-15 15-17 W/L W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
REC 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 7-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 8-7 8-8 GOALIE(S) Dietrich General, Dietrich
Dietrich Dietrich, General
Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich, General
General General General General Dietrich, General
General, Dietrich
Dietrich General, Dietrich
General SCORE 13-15 15-10 8-11 15-10
20-16 20-9 11-7 8-14 14-12 23-16 13-11 11-12+ 8-12
11-9 14-9 13-10 W/L L
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L W
W
W
REC 0-1 1-1
1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 8-5 9-5 10-5 11-5 GOALIE(S) Dietrich, General Dietrich Dietrich, General Dietrich General Dietrich, General Dietrich General, Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich, General Dietrich Dietrich Dietrich, General Dietrich Dietrich General, Dietrich
ATT. 8,595 7,403 6,324 4,102 13,641 9,005 15,107 8,767 13,686 9,815 9,299 9,230 9,783 18,809 10,599 8,537 GWG
Shannon
Ratcliffe
Gill
Steenhuis
Derks
Powless
Tavares
Steenhuis
Steenhuis
Williams
Manning
Accursi
Malawsky
Sheareer
Chapman
Martin
ATT. 11,067 13,198 18,137 8,849 10,945 8,805 9,961 8,912 17,756 8,254 9,116 10,102
11,309 10, 014 10,183 12,138 GWG
Shearer
Powless
Panos
Smith
Shannon
Shannon
Powless
Ratcliffe
Steenhuis
Shannon
Crosbie
Williams
Doyle
Teat
Tavares
Tavares
+ Overtime Decision
2005 RESULTS (2ND PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DATE 1/7 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/11 2/19 2/26 3/4 3/11 3/18 3/19 3/26 4/1 4/9 4/16 H/A H
A
A
A
H
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
OPP. TOR MIN COL PHI PHI ANA ROC PHI TOR MIN MIN ROC TOR ROC CGY SJS + Overtime Decision
92
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2006 RESULTS (1ST PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 1/13
2 1/21
3 1/28
4
2/10
5 2/11
6
2/18
7 3/4
8 3/11
9 3/18
10 3/24
11
3/25
123/31
134/1
14 4/8
15 4/14
164/15
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
A TOR 13-11 W 1-0 Dietrich 15,104Steenhuis
H TOR13-10 W2-0 Dietrich 13,072Plunkett
A ROC10-11+ L 2-1 Dietrich 11,121 Grant
H
POR
16-6
W
3-1
Dietrich, Avery
10,395
Steenhuis
A PHI 9-10 L 3-2 Dietrich 11,207Cromwell
H
MIN
14-9
W
4-2
Dietrich, Avery
12,455
Bomberry
H MIN8-11 L 4-3 Dietrich10,961 Hall
H TOR 8-10 L 4-4 Dietrich 14,064Sanderson
A ROC14-13+ W 5-4 Dietrich 10,209 Squire
A
MIN 13-11
W
6-4Montour, Dietrich9,553
Vyse
H
ROC
18-13
W
7-4 Dietrich, Montour 13,722
Teat
A SJS 11-9 W 8-4 Dietrich 5,143 Bomberry
A ARZ 13-10 W 9-4 Dietrich 6,759 Teat
H COL 14-12 W10-4 Dietrich 11,895 Tavares
H
PHI
8-7
W
11-4Dietrich, Montour10,379
Steenhuis
A PHI 11-14 L 11-5 Montour 9,899Greenhalgh
+ Overtime Decision
2007 RESULTS (2ND PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 12/30
2 1/12
3 1/13
4 1/20
5
2/2
6 2/3
7 2/11
8 2/17
9 2/24
10
3/4
113/17
123/24
133/31
14 4/7
15
4/13
16 4/14
H/A A
H
A
H
H
A
A
A
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
A
OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
POR10-11+ L 0-1 Thompson 8,437Stapleford
NYT 14-16 W 1-1 Thompson18,690 Tavares
COL10-11+ L 1-2 Thompson16,523 Carey
MIN 13-22 W 2-2 Thompson12,883 Tavares
TOR
10-14
L
2-3 Thomspon, Dietrich 13,659
Thompson
TOR 8-13 L 2-4 Dietrich 15,471Benesch
CHI12-11 W3-4 Dietrich 5,010 Tavares
PHI 12-8 W4-4 Dietrich 12,688Powless
PHI 12-13 W 5-4 Dietrich 14,882Iannucci
MIN
16-15
W
6-4 Dietrich, Thompson 7,504
Dostie
NYT 11-8 W 7-4 Thompson 7,012
Teat
COL 15-19 W 8-4 Dietrich 15,156 Tavares
CHI 10-15 W 9-4 Thompson 16,228 Tavares
ARZ 5-15 W10-4 Dietrich 13,492 Dostie
ROC
10-14
L
10-5 Dietrich, Thompson 15,334
Evans
ROC
8-14
L
10-6Thompson, Sams11,200
Hoar
+ Overtime Decision
93
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2008 RESULTS (1ST PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1
1/11
2 1/12
3 1/19
4 1/26
5
2/8
6
2/10
72/15
8 2/16
9
2/24
10
3/1
11 3/8
12
3/22
134/5
14
4/12
154/19
164/26
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
H
ROC
9-12
L
0-1 Montour, Thompson 18,670
Lyons
A ROC 14-9 W 1-1 Thompson10,939 Laverty
H NYT 17-13 W 2-1 Thompson11,878 Dostie
A PHI 14-15+ L 2-2 Thompson10,542 Bergey
A
CGY
17-9
W
3-2 Thompson, Montour 10,922
Steenhuis
A
NYT
9-10+
L
3-3Montour, Thompson6,742
Hall
A TOR 8-11 L 3-4 Montour14,611 Taylor
H MIN 16-14 W 4-4 Montour 14,446Bomberry
ACHI
13-8
W
5-4Sams3,250
Kruger
H
PHI
21-12
W
6-4 Montour, Thompson 13,720
Bomberry
H MIN 11-7 W 7-4 Montour 12,313Steenhuis
H
TOR
9-13
L
7-5 Montour, Thompson 15,320
Sanderson
H COL 12-11 W 8-5 Thompson16,905 Powelss
A
ROC
6-11
L
8-6 Montour, Thompson 10,517
Evans
H CHI 13-9 W 9-6 Montour 13,633 Steenhuis
H POR 14-10 W 10-6 Thompson 18,325 Tavares
+ Overtime Decision
2009 RESULTS (T-1ST PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 1/3
2 1/10
3 1/16
4 1/24
51/29
6 2/6
7 2/14
8
2/20
9 2/28
10
3/14
113/21
123/28
13
4/4
14
4/10
154/11
16
4/18
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
H PHI 15-11 W 1-0 Thompson18,690Steenhuis
A TOR 8-6 W2-0 Montour15,923Tavares
H ROC 23-6 W 3-0 Montour 15,494Montour
A MIN 10-9 W 4-0 Thompson11,458 Tavares
AEDM13-8W5-0Montour6,298Steenhuis
A PHI 11-13 L 5-1 Thompson10,506Shannon
H TOR25-10 W6-1 Montour18,690Tavares
A
TOR
17-16+
W
7-1 Montour, Thompson 12,844
Steenhuis
H MIN15-16 L 7-2 Montour 18,690 Marhol
A
ROC
14-15+
L
7-3Montour, Thompson9,134
Evans
H POR 14-4 W 8-3 Montour 17,822 Vyse
H NYT 9-11 L 8-4 Thompson 18,550 Alrich
ABOS15-11W9-4Montour7,073 Dostie
H ROC13-9 W10-4Montour17,118 Vyse
A NYT 9-12 L 10-5 Thompson 6,222 McLellan
H BOS12-13+ L10-6Montour18,527 Morris
+ Overtime Decision
94
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2010 RESULTS (T-3RD PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 11/9
2 1/16
3
1/22
41/23
5 1/30
6 2/6
7
2/13
8 2/27
9 3/6
103/12
113/13
123/27
13
4/3
144/10
154/16
164/24
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
AROC5-10 L0-1Montour8,192 Gait
H ROC11-13 L 0-2 Montour 17,207 Gait
A
WAS
11-13
L
0-3Montour, Goodleaf2,879
Wiles
AEDM7-11 L0-4Montour7,102 Secore
H MIN 11-7 W1-4 Montour15,636 Francis
H TOR 10-14 L 1-5 Montour 14,467Manning
A
PHI
13-11
W
2-5 Goodleaf, Thompson 7,723
Harasym
H PHI 11-15 L 2-6 Goodleaf 15,336McGlone
H ORL12-10 W3-6 Montour16,184 Dostie
A TOR 11-10+ W 4-6 Thompson 8,567 Tavares
A BOS 9-8+ W 5-6 Thompson 9,062 Tavares
A ROC 14-7 W 6-6 Thompson 10,652 Bucktooth
H
COL
11-12+
L
6-7 Goodleaf, Thompson 16,951
Carlson
H TOR 13-10 W 7-7 Thompson 18,575 Accursi
A ORL 7-9
L 7-8 Thompson 7,399 Powell
H BOS 13-10 W 8-8 Thompson 18,480 Steenhuis
+ Overtime Decision
2011 RESULTS (1ST PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 1/8
2 1/15
3 1/22
4 1/29
5 2/4
6 2/12
7 2/19
8 3/5
9 3/6
103/12
113/27
12
4/2
134/8
14 4/9
15
4/16
16
4/23
H/A A
A
H
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
A
H
H
OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
CGY 9-10 L 0-1Thompson9,590 Snider
PHI 9-6 W1-1Thompson7,764 Kelusky
TOR15-14+ W 2-1 Thompson16,685 Self
TOR 5-8 L 2-2 Goodleaf10,812 Doyle
MIN 15-12 W 3-2 Thompson15,001 Tavares
PHI 16-7 W4-2Thompson9,649 Kelusky
PHI 9-10 L 4-3 Goodleaf 15,344Westervelt
ROC 11-8 W 5-3 Thompson18,690 Tavares
BOS 9-8 W6-3Thompson8,524 Hill
BOS 12-10 W 7-3 Thompson 16,347 Tavares
MIN 12-9 W 8-3 Thompson 9,294 Thenhaus
WAS
9-10+
L
8-4 Goodleaf, Thompson 18,690
Sedgwick
TOR 11-8 W 9-4 Thompson15,084 Culp
ROC 9-8 W10-4Thompson 9,216 Steenhuis
BOS
9-16
L
10-5 Thompson, Goodleaf 17,318
Cotter
ROC
9-15
L
10-6 Goodleaf, Thompson 18,690
Hall
+ Overtime Decision
95
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2012 RESULTS (4TH PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 1/14
2 1/21
3 1/27
4
1/28
5 2/4
6
2/12
7
3/3
8
3/10
9
3/16
103/17
11
3/24
12
3/31
13 4/7
14
4/14
154/21
164/28
H/A H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
TOR 14-10 W 1-0 Thompson16,356 Wiles
ROC 12-9 W2-0Thompson9,776 Vyse
PHI 10-13 L 2-1 Thompson 14,492Westervelt
MIN
11-19
L
2-2 Thompson, Goodleaf 8,232
Crawford
WAS10-11+ L 2-3 Thompson 14,577 Duch
PHI
13-14
L
2-4 Thompson, Goodleaf 8,119
Westervelt
COL
13-16
L
2-5 Cosmo, Thompson 15,845
Hopcroft
ROC
10-13
L
2-6 Cosmo, Thompson 7,254
Powless
TOR
21-14
W
3-6 Cosmo, Thompson 12,153
Tavares
MIN 13-10 W 4-6 Thompson 15,003 Tavares
CGY
6-17
L
4-7 Cosmo, Thompson 7,687
M. Carnegie
TOR
9-15
L
4-8 Thompson, Cosmo 17,322
Billings
PHI 17-7 W 5-8 Cosmo 15,060Steenhuis
EDM
8-11
L
5-9 Thompson, Cosmo 6,897
Small
ROC 14-9 W 6-9 Cosmo 18,690Buchanan
WAS17-16+ W 7-9 Cosmo 3,770 Tavares
2013 RESULTS (4TH PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1
1/11
2
1/12
3 1/19
4 1/26
5 2/2
6
2/9
7 2/16
8 2/28
9 3/1
10
3/9
11
3/16
12
3/23
13
3/29
14
4/6
154/13
16
4/20
H/A A
H
A
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
H
A
A
A
H
OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) PHI
8-13
L
0-1
Wagar, Cosmo
MIN
13-12
W
1-1
Wagar, Cosmo
ROC14-13 W 2-1 Cosmo
PHI 14-13 W3-1 Cosmo
TOR12-14 L 3-2 Cosmo
ROC
7-15
L
3-3
Cosmo, Wagar
ROC 10-6 W4-3 Cosmo
TOR15-13 W5-3 Cosmo
PHI 10-11+ L 5-4 Cosmo
COL
6-12
L
5-5
Cosmo, Wagar
COL
13-16
L
5-6
Cosmo, Wagar
EDM
7-14
L
5-7
Wagar, Cosmo
TOR
11-18
L
5-8
Cosmo, Wagar
MIN
7-21
L
5-9
Wagar, Cosmo
WAS 15-10 W 6-9 Wagar
ROC
9-10
L
6-10
Wagar
ATT. GWG
9,096
Crotty
15,238
Smith
7,834 Kelusky
13,808 Wiles
14,918 Doyle
14,833
Keogh
9,156 Smith
8,213 Self
14,036Westervelt
16,428
McBride
15,511
Dalgarno
16,629
Knight
11,546
Beirnes
10,167
Tao
3,442 Hominuck
19,070
Keogh
+ Overtime Decision
96
BANDITS HISTORY
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
2014 RESULTS (3RD PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1
12/28
2 1/10
3 1/12
4
1/18
5 1/25
6 2/1
72/8
8 2/15
9
3/8
103/15
11
3/21
123/23
133/29
144/5
154/12
164/18
17
4/19
18
4/26
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
H
PHI
13-17
L
0-1
Cosmo, Wagar 13,564
Ross
H TOR12-10 W1-1 Cosmo 11,404Tavares
A PHI12-11+W 2-1 Cosmo 7,365 Tavares
A
COL
16-9
W
3-1
Cosmo
14,822
D. Smith
H ROC 11-10 W 4-1 Cosmo 13,339Resetarits
H TOR12-10 W5-1 Cosmo 12,768Benesch
AROC 6-9 L5-2 Cosmo 9,280Vitarelli
H PHI 13-7 W 6-2 Cosmo 13,980Steenhuis
H
MIN
12-9
W
7-2
Cosmo
15,330
D. Smith
H COL 12-9 W 8-2 Cosmo 15,445 Williams
A
EDM
5-14
L
8-3
Cosmo, Wagar
7,071
Knight
A MIN 9-10+ L 8-4 Cosmo 6,081 Crawford
A VAN 8-12 L 8-5 Cosmo 3,197 Bucktooth
H CGY13-16 L 8-6 Cosmo 16,606 Snider
A MIN 9-10 L 8-7 Cosmo 7,088 Schuss
A TOR 9-13 L 8-8 Cosmo 11,276 Johnston
A
ROC
4-8
L
8-9
Cosmo
8,900
B. Self
H
ROC
14-16
L
8-10 Cosmo, Wagar 19,070
Jamieson
+ Overtime Decision
2015 RESULTS (3RD PLACE, EAST DIVISION)
NO. DATE 1 1/2
2
1/3
3 1/17
4 1/23
5 1/30
6
1/31
7 2/7
8 2/14
9 2/21
102/28
113/13
123/14
133/21
14 4/4
154/11
164/25
174/26
18
5/2
H/A OPP. SCORE W/L REC GOALIE(S) ATT. GWG
A NBW 8-12 L 0-1 Cosmo 5,768Buchanan
H
EDM
9-8
W
1-1
Cosmo
14,236
D. Smith
A VAN14-13 W2-1 Cosmo 3,478Resetarits
A TOR11-13 L 2-2 Cosmo 11,413 Merrill
H MIN15-12 W3-2 Cosmo 12,756 Weiss
A
ROC 11-17
L
3-3Cosmo, DiRuscio6,994
Hall
A CGY15-14+ W 4-3 Cosmo 10,312Thompson
H ROC10-15 L 4-4 Cosmo 14,737 Walters
A ROC12-13+ L 4-5 Cosmo 6,669 Jamieson
H COL 14-11 W 5-5 DiRuscio 14,669 Benesch
H TOR 15-12 W 6-5 Cosmo 12,903 Steenhuis
A TOR 10-11+ L 6-6 Cosmo 11,460 Hickey
H MIN 12-8 W 7-6 Cosmo 14,601 Brownell
H NBW11-12 L 7-7 Cosmo 13,674 Johnson
A MIN 12-9 W 8-7 Cosmo 8,986 Benesch
H VAN 17-9 W 9-7 Cosmo 15,897 Benesch
A NBW 20-9 W 10-7 Cosmo 3,036 Weiss
H
NBW 20-10
W 11-7Cosmo, DiRuscio15,374
Benesch
+ Overtime Decision
97
BANDITS HISTORY
CAREER PLAYOFF LEADERS
GAMES PLAYED
POINTS
FACEOFFS WON
PLAYERGAMES
PLAYERPOINTS
PLAYERFACEOFFS
John Tavares 38
John Tavares Rich Kilgour 352
Mark Steenhuis 25
Mark Steenhuis 88
Darris Kilgour 255
Rich Kilgour 25
Mike Accursi 56
Rob Kirkby
225
Billy Dee Smith 21
Darris Kilgour 55
Tom Phair 179
Pat McCready 16
Rich Kilgour 39
Brian Silcott 176
Chris White 15
Roger Vyse 37
Cory Bomberry 161
Darris Kilgour 13
Jim Veltman 34
Kevin Alexander 137
Kyle Couling 12
Troy Cordingley 31
Jay Thorimbert 101
Roger Vyse 12
Kevin Dostie 30
Delby Powless 68
Brian Hall 11
Bob Hamley 3
Shaydon Santos 51
200*
GOALS
PENALTY MINUTES
GAME-WINNING GOALS
PLAYERGOALS
PLAYERPOINTS
PLAYERGOALS
John Tavares 84*
Billy Dee Smith 69
Mark Steenhuis 6
Mark Steenhuis 48
Darris Kilgour 63
John Tavares
4
Mike Accursi 30
Ian Llord 42
Darris Kilgour 3
Darris Kilgour 23
Pat McCready 31
Kevin Dostie 2
Kevin Dostie 15
Chris White 30
Dhane Smith
1
Troy Cordingley 14
John Tavares 27
Chad Culp
1
Jonas Derks 13
Rich Kilgour 26
Mike Accursi 1
Bob Hamley 13
Brian Hall 24
Kevin Alexander 1
Rich Kilgour 13
Mark Steenhuis 20
Dean Cecconi 1
Roger Vyse 13
Jim Veltman 19
Brian Hall 1
Jim Veltman 1
ASSISTS
LOOSE BALLS
SAVES
WINS
PLAYERGAMES
PLAYERPOINTS
PLAYERFACEOFFS
PLAYERGAMES
John Tavares John Tavares 273
Steve Dietrich 277
Steve Dietrich 4
116*
Mark Steenhuis 40
Mark Steenhuis 175
Mike Thompson 269
Bill Gerrie 4
Darris Kilgour 32
Jim Veltman 123
Ross Cowie 235
Mike Thompson 4
Mike Accursi 26
Pat McCready 123
Anthony Cosmo 203
Ross Cowie 3
Rich Kilgour 26
Rich Kilgour 89
Bill Gerrie 185
Anthony Cosmo
2
Delby Powless 25
Darris Kilgour 77
Ken Montour 127
Ken Montour 2
Jim Veltman 25
Billy Dee Smith 69
Pat O’Toole 115
Pat O’Toole 2
Jason Crosbie 24
Brian Hall 69
Corey Quinn 83
Corey Quinn 1
Roger Vyse 24
Mike Accursi 67
Pat McCready 21
Jay Thorimbert 66
Bold indicates current Bandits player
*NLL record
98
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
1992
1993
DIVISION SEMIFINALS
DIVISION FINALS
March 27
Boston 16 at Buffalo 22
April 3
Boston 10 at Buffalo 12
Attendance:
15,603
Attendance:
16,325
Game MVP:
John Tavares, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Derek Keenan, Buffalo
GWG:
Jim Veltman
GWG:
Brian Hall
Goaltender:
Bill Gerrie
Goaltender:
Ross Cowie
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 6, Kevin
Alexander - 4, Brian Hall - 3
Derek Keenan - 2, Darris
Kilgour – 2, Jim Veltman - 2, Jim
Bissell – 1, Bob Hamley - 1, Bill
O’Hanlon - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Derek Keenan - 4, Kevin
Alexander - 2, Stu Aird - 1, Troy
Cordingley - 1, Tom Emmick - 1,
Brian Hall - 1, Bob Hamley - 1,
Rich Kilgour - 1
DIVISION FINALS
MILL CHAMPIONSHIP
April 10
Philadelphia 12 at Buffalo 13
April 4
Buffalo 19 at Detroit 16
Attendance:
16,325
Attendance:
4,136
Game MVP:
John Tavares, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Bill Gerrie, Buffalo
GWG:
Darris Kilgour
GWG:
Kevin Alexander
Goaltender:
Ross Cowie
Goaltender:
Bill Gerrie
Buffalo Goals:
Buffalo Goals:
Bob Hamley - 4, Derek Keenan
- 3, Kevin Alexander - 2, Jim
Bissell - 2, Brian Hall - 2, Darris
Kilgour - 2, Bill Meagher - 2,
John Tavares - 2
John Tavares - 4, Kevin
Alexander - 2, Darris Kilgour
- 2, Rich Kilgour - 2, Troy
Cordingley - 1, Bob Hamley 1, Derek Keenan - 1
MILL CHAMPIONSHIP
April 11
Buffalo 11 at Philadelphia 10 (OT)
Attendance:
13,017
Game MVP:
John Tavares, Buffalo
GWG:
John Tavares
Goaltenders:
Bill Gerrie (w),Ross Cowie
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 4, Kevin
Alexander - 2, Tom Emmick - 1,
Bob Hamley - 1, Derek Keenan
- 1, Darris Kilgour - 1, Jim
Veltman - 1
1994
DIVISION FINALS
April 9
Detroit 10 at Buffalo 16
Attendance:
15,836
Game MVP:
Darris Kilgour, Buffalo
GWG:
Darris Kilgour
Goaltender:
Bill Gerrie
Buffalo Goals:
Bob Hamley - 3, John Tavares
– 3, Darris Kilgour - 2, Tyson
Leies - 2, Brian Nikula - 2, Stu
Aird - 1, Troy Cordingley - 1,
Rich Kilgour - 1, Jim Veltman - 1
99
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
1994
1996
MILL CHAMPIONSHIP
MILL CHAMPIONSHIP
April 16
Philadelphia 26 at Buffalo 15
April 12
Philadelphia 10 at Buffalo 15
Attendance:
16,284
Attendance:
16,230
Game MVP:
Paul Gait, Philadelphia
Game MVP:
Pat O’Toole, Buffalo
GWG:
Paul Gait
GWG:
Dean Cecconi
Goaltenders:
Bill Gerrie, Ross Cowie
Goaltender:
Pat O’Toole
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 3, Jim Veltman
- 3, Bob Hamley - 2, Darris
Kilgour - 2, Tyson Leies - 2, Stu
Aird - 1, Troy Cordingley - 1,
Glen Lay - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Troy Cordingley - 3, Jason Luke 3, Ted Dowling - 2, Travis Kilgour
- 2, Steve Fannell - 1, John Tavares
- 1, Rich Kilgour - 1, Darris Kilgour
- 1, Dean Cecconi - 1
1995
1997
MILL SEMIFINALS
MILL SEMIFINALS
March 25
Philadelphia 19 at Buffalo 16
April 5
New York 10 at Buffalo 19
Attendance:
10,557
Attendance:
12,155
Game MVP:
Gary Gait, Philadelphia
Game MVP:
Ross Cowie, Buffalo
GWG:
Steve Govett
GWG:
Darris Kilgour
Goaltenders:
Ross Cowie, Bill Gerrie
Goaltender:
Ross Cowie
Buffalo Goals:
Troy Cordingley - 3, Derek
Laub - 2, John Tavares - 2, Brian
Hall - 2, Jim Veltman - 2, Dean
Cecconi - 2, Jamie Batley - 1,
Stu Aird - 1, Darris Kilgour - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Ted Dowling - 4, Jason Like - 3,
John Tavares - 3, Peter Parke 2, Darris Kilgour - 2, Bill Callan
- 2, Dean Cecconi - 1, Brian
Hall - 1, Rich Kilgour - 1
1996
MILL CHAMPIONSHIP
MILL SEMIFINALS
April 12
Rochester 15 at Buffalo 12
April 6
Rochester 10 at Buffalo 18
Attendance:
18,055
Attendance:
14,435
Game MVP:
Steve Dietrich, Rochester
Game MVP:
Travis Kilgour, Buffalo
GWG:
Paul Gait
GWG:
John Tavares
Goaltender:
Ross Cowie
Goaltender:
Pat O’Toole
Buffalo Goals:
Buffalo Goals:
Travis Kilgour - 4 John Tavares
- 3, Darris Kilgour - 3, Mark
Cochrane - 1, Mike Hasen - 1,
Rich Kilgour - 1, Brian Hall - 1,
Ted Dowling - 1, Jason Luke 1, Troy Cordingley - 1, Dean
Cecconi - 1
John Tavares - 4, Peter Parke - 2,
Tom Phair - 1, Mike Hasen - 1,
Rich Kilgour - 1, Darris Kilgour 1, Dean Cecconi - 1, Bill Callan
- 1, John Tavares - 1, Jonas Derks
- 1, Kerry Susheski - 1
100
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
1998
2003
MILL SEMIFINALS
NLL SEMIFINALS
April 18
Buffalo 12 at Philadelphia 17
April 26
Buffalo 13 at Rochester 16
Attendance:
9,795
Attendance:
8,834
Game MVP:
Dallas Eliuk, Philadelphia
Game MVP:
Curt Malawsky, Rochester
GWG:
Michael Busza
GWG:
John Grant
Goaltender:
Pat O’Toole
Goaltender:
Corey Quinn
Buffalo Goals:
Darris Kilgour – 4, Troy
Cordingley - 3, Travis Kilgour
– 2, John Tavares - 2, Rich
Kilgour - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Mike Accursi - 4, Aime Caines - 3,
Duane Jacobs - 2, Jason Crosbie
- 1, John Tavares - 1, Jonas Derks 1, Kerry Susheski - 1
2000
2004
NLL SEMIFINALS
NLL QUARTERFINALS
April 21
Rochester 15 at Buffalo 11
April 17
Buffalo 13 at Rochester 9
Attendance:
7,873
Attendance:
7,029
Game MVP:
John Grant, Rochester
Game MVP:
Mark Steenhuis, Buffalo
GWG:
John Grant
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis
Goaltenders:
Matt Disher, Marty O’Neill
Goaltender:
Steve Dietrich
Buffalo Goals:
Chris Prat - 3, Craig Stevenson
- 3, John Tavares - 2, Mike
Accursi - 2, Derek Malawsky - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Mark Steenhuis - 5, Jonas Derks 4, John Tavares - 2, Jason Crosbie
- 1, Jason Clark - 1
NLL SEMIFINALS
2003
NLL QUARTERFINALS
April 25
Buffalo 19 at Toronto 10
Attendance:
14,618
April 19
Calgary 9 at Buffalo 16
Game MVP:
Steve Dietrich, Buffalo
Attendance:
6,761
GWG:
Mike Accursi
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis, Buffalo
Goaltender:
Steve Dietrich
Goaltender:
Corey Quinn
Buffalo Goals:
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 4, Jonas Derks
- 3, Mike Accursi – 3, Jason
Crosbie - 2, Pat McCready
- 1, Duane Jacobs - 1, Mark
Steenhuis - 1, Rich Kilgour - 1
Jonas Derks - 4, AJ Shannon - 4,
Mike Accursi - 3, John Tavares - 2,
Jason Clark - 2, Bryan Kazarian
- 1, Mark Steenhuis - 1, Jason
Crosbie - 1, Rich Kilgour - 1
NLL FINALS
May 7
Buffalo 11 at Calgary 14
Attendance:
19,289
Game MVP:
Curtis Palidwor, Calgary
GWG:
Jesse Phillips
Goaltender:
Steve Dietrich
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 3, Mike Accursi - 3,
Pat McCready - 2, Jonas Derks - 1,
Mark Steenhuis - 1, Neal Powless - 1
101
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
2005
2006
NLL SEMIFINALS
NLL FINALS
April 23
Rochester 19 at Buffalo 14
May 13
Colorado 16 at Buffalo 9
Attendance:
10,014
Attendance:
16,104
Game MVP:
Mark Steenhuis, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Gavin Prout, Colorado
GWG:
John Grant
GWG:
Gavin Prout
Goaltenders:
Steve Dietrich, Derek General
Goaltenders:
Steve Dietrich, Ken Montour
Buffalo Goals:
Mark Steenhuis - 5, AJ Shannon
- 3, John Tavares - 3, Dan Teat
- 1, Pat McCready - 1, Aime
Caines - 1, Delby Powless - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Troy Bonterre - 2, Mark Steenhuis
- 1, John Tavares - 1, Dan Teat - 1,
Jason Crosbie - 1, Roger Vyse - 1,
Kim Squire - 1, Delby Powless - 1
2006
2007
NLL QUARTERFINALS
NLL QUARTERFINALS
April 23
Minnesota 10 at Buffalo 11
April 22
Minnesota 8 at Buffalo 14
Attendance:
8,110
Attendance:
9,003
Game MVP:
John Tavares, Buffalo
Game MVP:
John Tavares, Buffalo
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis
GWG:
John Tavares
Goaltender:
Steve Dietrich
Goaltender:
Michael Thompson
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 3, Mark
Steenhuis - 2, Dan Teat - 2, Pat
McCready - 1, Cory Bomberry
- 1, Kim Squire - 1, Delby
Powless - 1
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 3, Kevin Dostie 2, Dan Teat - 2, Jason Crosbie
- 2, Clay Hill - 1, Pat McCready
- 1, Brett Bucktooth - 1, Delby
Powless - 1
NLL SEMIFINALS
NLL SEMIFINALS
April 29
Rochester 10 at Buffalo 15
April 27
Buffalo 13 at Rochester 14
Attendance:
10,897
Attendance:
8,558
Game MVP:
Steve Dietrich, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Mike Accursi, Rochester
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis
GWG:
John Grant
Goaltender:
Steve Dietrich
Goaltender:
Michael Thompson
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 3, Mark
Steenhuis - 2, Dan Teat - 2,
Jason Crosbie - 2, Cory
Bomberry - 2, Roger Vyse - 2,
Billy Dee Smith - 1, Delby
Powless - 1
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 2, Mark
Steenhuis - 2, Brett Bucktooth
- 2, Kevin Dostie - 2, Cory
Bomberry - 2, Rich Kilgour 1, Delby Powless - 1, Jason
Crosbie - 1
102
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
2008
2009
NLL QUARTERFINALS
NLL QUARTERFINALS
May 2
Philadelphia 12 at Buffalo 14
May 2
Boston 8 at Buffalo 11
Attendance:
9,344
Attendance:
13,343
Game MVP:
Michael Thompson, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Mark Steenhuis, Buffalo
GWG:
Kevin Dostie
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis
Goaltender:
Michael Thompson
Goaltender:
Ken Montour
Buffalo Goals:
Mike Accursi - 4, Kevin Dostie
- 3, Billy Dee Smith - 2, Delby
Powless - 2, John Tavares 1, Brett Bucktooth - 1, Cory
Bomberry - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Mark Steenhuis - 4, John Tavares
- 2, Sean Greenhalgh - 1, Kyle
Schmelzle - 1, Thomas Montour
- 1, Mike Accursi - 1, Cory
Bomberry - 1
NLL SEMIFINALS
NLL SEMIFINALS
May 10
New York 12 at Buffalo 19
May 19
Buffalo 3 at New York 9
Attendance:
11,012
Attendance:
5,644
Game MVP:
Mark Steenhuis, Buffalo
Game MVP:
Matt Vinc, New York
GWG:
Kevin Dostie
GWG:
Brendan Mundorf
Goaltender:
Ken Montour
Goaltender:
Ken Montour
Buffalo Goals:
Mark Steenhuis - 7, Brett Bucktooth
- 3, Kevin Dostie - 3, John Tavares
- 2, Mike Accursi - 2, Billy Dee
Smith - 1,Roger Vyse - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Kevin Dostie - 1, Sean
Greenhalgh - 1, Mike Accursi - 1
2010
NLL QUARTERFINALS
NLL FINALS
May 17
Portland 13 at Buffalo 14
May 6
Buffalo 11 at Toronto 13
Attendance:
18,690
Attendance:
9,367
Game MVP:
Mark Steenhuis
Game MVP:
Stephan LeBlanc, Toronto
GWG:
Mark Steenhuis
GWG:
Stephan LeBlanc
Goaltender:
Michael Thompson
Goaltenders:
Buffalo Goals:
Mark Steenhuis - 5, Kevin
Dostie - 3, John Tavares - 2,
Billy Dee Smith - 1, Brett
Bucktooth - 1, Mike Accursi - 1,
Roger Vyse - 1
Mike Thompson, Angus
Goodleaf
Buffalo Goals:
Mike Accursi - 6, Mark
Steenhuis - 2, Brett Bucktooth 2, Roger Vyse - 1
103
BANDITS HISTORY
PLAYOFF GAME TEAM RECORDS
2011
2014
NLL QUARTERFINALS
EAST DIVISION FINAL
April 30
Boston 10 at Buffalo 11
Game 1: May 10
Rochester 8 at Buffalo 12
Attendance:
11,273
Attendance:
9,209
Game MVP:
Roger Vyse, Buffalo
GWG:
Dhane Smith
GWG:
John Tavares
Goaltender:
Anthony Cosmo
Goaltender:
Mike Thompson
Buffalo Goals:
Buffalo Goals:
Roger Vyse - 4, John Tavares 3, Mark Steenhuis - 2, Tracey
Kelusky - 1, Chad Culp - 1
Mark Steenhuis - 4, John Tavares 4, Dhane Smith - 3, Chad Culp - 1
Game 2: May 17
Buffalo 8 at Rochester 13
Attendance:
8,651
GWG:
Joel McCready
Goaltender:
Anthony Cosmo
Buffalo Goals:
Dhane Smith - 3, Jamie Rooney
- 2, Mark Steenhuis - 1, John
Tavares - 1, Ryan Benesch – 1
NLL SEMIFINALS
May 7
Toronto 12 at Buffalo 11
Attendance:
12,349
Game MVP:
Garrett Billings, Toronto
GWG:
Garrett Billings
Mini-Game: May 17
Buffalo 1 at Rochester 2 (OT)
Goaltenders:
Mike Thompson, Angus
Goodleaf
Attendance:
8,651
GWG:
Cory Vitarelli
Kyle Clancy - 4, Roger Vyse - 3,
Chad Culp - 2, Tracey Kelusky 1, Clay Hill - 1
Goaltender:
Anthony Cosmo
Buffalo Goals:
Joe Resetarits – 1
Buffalo Goals:
2015
2012
NLL QUARTERFINALS
EAST DIVISION SEMIFINAL
May 5
Buffalo 6 at Toronto 7
May 8
Buffalo 11 at Rochester 14
Attendance:
9,472
Attendance:
6,527
GWG:
Brenden Thenhaus
GWG:
Dan Dawson
Goaltender:
Anthony Cosmo
Goaltenders:
Buffalo Goals:
John Tavares - 2, Tracey
Kelusky - 1, Scott Self - 1, Mark
Steenhuis - 1, Luke Wiles - 1
Buffalo Goals:
Anthony Cosmo, Davide
DiRuscio
2014
Dhane Smith - 3, Ryan Benesch
- 2, Alex Kedoh Hill - 2, Chad
Culp - 2, Nick Weiss, 1, Mark
Steenhuis - 1,
EAST DIVISION SEMIFINAL
May 3
Buffalo 15 at Toronto 13
Attendance:
7,867
GWG:
Chad Culp
Goaltender:
Anthony Cosmo
Buffalo Goals:
Ryan Benesch - 7, John Tavares - 2,
Chad Culp - 1, Mark Steenhuis - 1,
Andrew Watt - 1, Shawn Williams 1, Jamie Rooney - 1, Dhane Smith - 1
104
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
1991
PLAYER
Darris Kilgour John Zulberti Jacob Lazore Darren Mutch Ross Cowie ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2 3 4 5 F
F
F
F
G
FROM
Nazareth College
Syracuse University
Nazareth College
Niagara University
Brock University
1992
PLAYER
Tom Marachek
Troy Cordingley
Miles General
Randy Mearns
Marty Calder
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
12
18
24
30
F
F
F
F
F
FROM
Syracuse University
Lakehead University
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Canisius College
Brock University
1993
PLAYER
Gil Nieuwendyk Andy Shaughnessy Tyson Leies Jeff Hardill Jamie Grimoldby ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
12 18 24 30 F
F
F
F
F
FROM
Barrie, Ontario
Sir Sanford Fleming
Victoria (WLA)
U. of Ottawa
Georgian
1994
PLAYER
Rodd Squire Grant Johnston Travis Kilgour Jamie Batley Mika Hasen Kevin Haynes ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
3
4
5 5
11 17 18 23 29 F
F
F
F
F
F
FROM
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Brock University
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
UMBC
Brock University
Loyola College
1995
PLAYER
Jason Luke Shaydon Santos John Grant, Jr. Tracey Kelusky Brian Beisel ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
4
5
3
9
15 21 27 F
F
F
F
F
FROM
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Brock University
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Brampton (OLA Major)
1996
PLAYER
Mike Murray Rusty Kruger Gary Scott Jim Rankin Ryan Sanderson ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
4
5
F
F
F
G
F
FROM
Brampton (OLA Major)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Rochester Institute of Technology
105
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
1997
PLAYER
Casey Zaph Marty O’Brien Bob Henry Gary Scott Clay Squire Sean Howe Cort Knodel Chris Clark Chris Levis Jeff Hanson ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
8
15 23 31 39 47 55 63 71 F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
G
F
FROM
Peterborough (OLA Major)
Whitby (OLA Jr. A)
Six Nations (OLA Major)
Orangeville
Six Nations (OLA Major)
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Canisius College
Michigan State University
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Burnaby (WLA Jr. A)
1998
PLAYER
Matt Disher John Fay Ryan McDermott D’Arcy Sweet Rich Schwanke John Lipinski Andy Ogilvie Jamie Bowen Tim Bomberry Scott Komer ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
7
12 18 25 32 33 40 47 54 61 G
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
FROM
New Westminster (WLA Major)
Duke University
Nazareth College
Butler University
Hobart College
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Coquitlam (WLA Major)
North Shore (WLA Major)
Six Nations (OLA Major)
Burlington (OLA Jr. A)
1999
PLAYER
Todd Richard Pat Maddelena Trent Hill Adam Pascal Steve Evans Scott Self Sean Holmes Scott Hochstadt Mario Lopez Josh Black Marcus Maeus Tyler Francey ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10 14 19 20 22 27 35 43 51 55 59 67 F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
D
FROM
University of Hartford
Burlington (OLA Jr. A)
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Middlebury College
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Missaussaga (OLA Jr. A)
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts
St. Catharines (OLA Major)
Pace University
Whitby (OLA Jr. A)
2000
PLAYER
Ryan Powell Ryan Curtis Patrick Merril Joe Ceglia Tim Byrnes Drew McKnight T.J. Durnan Jake Coon Jared Frood Kevin Kelley ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
3
5
6
7
8
8
9
2
13 15 20 43 52 61 65 70 79 F
D
F
D
F
F
F
G
D
F
FROM
Syracuse University
University of Virginia
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Syracuse University
Syracuse University
University of Virginia
Duke University
Nazareth College
Duke University
Syracuse University
106
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
2001
PLAYER
Brad Self Bryan Sanchez Milan Gajic Dan Bowman Randy McNeil Al Terilli Jeff Hochalter ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
18 27 67 74 87 100 113 M
M
D
D
A
M
D
FROM
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Middlebury College
Burnaby (WLA Jr. A)
St. Catherines (OLA Jr. A)
St. Josephs University
Nazareth College
Burlington (OLA Jr. A)
2002
PLAYER
Billy Dee Smith Mike Longboat Tyler Harris Louis Alfred Vincent Crawford Francis Dostie Craig Sleeman ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
4
4
5
7
8
9
3 43 45 55 79 91 103 D
F
F
F
D
F
D
FROM
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Clarington Green Gaels (OLA Jr. B)
Kahanawake (OLA Jr. B)
Whitby (OLA Jr. A)
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
Nazareth College
2003
PLAYER
A.J. Shannon Adam Doneger Scott Gillingham David Brown Nathan Russell Jon Ianucci ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
4
5
6
7
8
6
36 46 56 66 77 F
F
F
D
F
F
FROM
University of Virginia
Johns Hopkins University
Mississuaga
Toronto Beaches
New Westminster
Coquitlam
2003 OTTAWA DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Jason Clark
Marc Landriault
Mike Hamilton
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (9)
2 (20)
3 (31)
2004
PLAYER
Delby Powless Jamie Rooney Regy Van Velzen Chris Passavia Mike Weadick Brian Myers ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
3
4
4
5
6
1
21 41 43 54 65 F
F
F
D
F
F
FROM
Rutgers University
Elora Mohawks (OLA Jr. B)
Spartan Warriors (OLA Jr. B)
University of Maryland
Elora Mohawks (OLA Jr. B)
Towson University
2004 VANCOUVER DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Curt Malawsky
--
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (9)
2 (19)
107
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
2005
PLAYER
Jeff Shattler Roger Vyse Mike Poulin Ian Llord Gene Tundo Jr. ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
4
6
10 12 21 42 65 F
F
G
D G
FROM
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
Limestone College
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
University of Massachusetts
2006
PLAYER
Brett Bucktooth
Joe Walters
Jay Thorimbert
Brenden Thenhaus
Brent Miller
Nolan Godfrey
Daniel Sams
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
3
4
4
5
3
18
24
37
47
50
76
F
F
D
F
D
F
G
FROM
Syracuse University
University of Maryland
Niagara (OLA Jr. B)
Oakville (OLA Jr. B)
Niagara (OLA Jr. B)
Merrimack College
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
2007
PLAYER
Brandon Swamp
Chris Lalonde
Jon Mason
Brent Wiotowicz
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
3
5
5
18
39
65
67
F
F
F
F
FROM
SUNY Potsdam
Wallaceburg (OLA Jr. B)
Roanoke College
Hamilton (OLA Jr. B)
2008
PLAYER
Eryn Jones
Tory Gardner
Shane Pollock
Dustin Dunn
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
3
4
5
6
35
49
62
65
D
D
F
D
FROM
Six Nations (OLA)
Six Nations (OLA)
Wallaceburg (OLA Jr. B)
SUNY Potsdam
2008 ARIZONA & BOSTON DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Craig Conn
Brian Croswell
Joe Smith
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (10)
2 (15)
3 (34)
2008 ARIZONA DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Greg Hunman
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (13)
2008 CHICAGO DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Cody Jacobs
Cory Stringer
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (12)
2 (21)
108
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
2009
PLAYER
Kyle Clancy
Chris Corbeil
Steve Priolo
Zac McIlmoyle
Matt Friedman
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
4
6
10
15
21
39
60
F
D
D
F
D
FROM
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Peterborough (OLA Jr. A)
Canisius College
2009 PORTLAND DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Jamison Koesterer
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (9)
2010
PLAYER
Travis Irving
Ben McCullough
Wayne Van Every
Holdon Vyse
Jimmy Purves
Elijha Printup
Jordan Costa
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
4
5
6
6
9
13
21
37
47
57
60
F
F
F
D
F
T
F
FROM
New Westminster (BC Jr. A)
SUNY Potsdam
Six Nations (OLA Jr. B)
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Sarnia (OLA Jr. B)
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
Mississauga (OLA Jr. B)
2010 ORLANDO DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Jesse Guerin
Matt Brown
ROUND (OVERALL)
2 (16)
3 (26)
2011
PLAYER
Jeremy Thompson
Jeff Cornwall
Connor Daly
Jerome Thompson
Billy Bitter
Dwight Bero
Lloyd Chrysler
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
9
15
24
25
33
41
51
T
D
D
F
F
D
D
FROM
Syracuse University
Coquitlam (BC Jr. A)
Burlington (OLA Jr. A)
Onondaga Community College
University of North Carolina
Dartmouth University
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
2011 BOSTON DISPERSAL DRAFT
PLAYER
Kevin Buchanan
Damon Edwards
ROUND (OVERALL)
1 (6)
2 (15)
2012
PLAYER
Dhane Smith
Hayden Smith
Jordan Critch
Carter Bender
Kevin Brownell
Joel Matthews
Wenster Green
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
2
3
4
5
5
13
16
18
22
31
40
T
T
T
F
T
F
D
FROM
Kitchener-Waterloo (OLA Jr. A)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
Robert Morris University
University of Detroit Mercy
Six Nations (OLA Jr. A)
109
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY
2013
PLAYER
Nick Diachenko
Mitch Wilde
Eric Penney
Kevin Pym
Dylan Goddard
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
2
5
6
6
14
15
38
47
53
T
T
G
T
F
FROM
University of Delaware
Robert Morris University
St. Catharines (OLA Jr. A)
Okotoks (OLA Jr. A)
Clarington (OLA Jr. B)
2014
PLAYER
Brandon Goodwin
Matthew Bennett
Tyler Ferreira
Jordan Dance
Mike Melnychenko
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
1
2
2
3
6
9
14
18
24
49
T
T
F
F
F
FROM
Adelphi University
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
Brampton (OLA Jr. A)
Orangeville (OLA Jr. A)
Chestnut Hill College
2015
PLAYER
Anthony Malcolm
Mike Triolo
Tim Edwards
Matthew Clearwater-Francisco
ROUND NUMBERPOSITION
2
3
4
5
11
27
36
55
F
D
D
D
FROM
Mars Hill University
Pfeiffer University
Canisius College
Mimico (OLA Jr. A)
110
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME HOME & AWAY RECORD
HOME AWAY
YEAR GP W
L
GF GA GP W
L
GF GA
1992
4 2 2 8175
4
3 1 8050
1993
4 4 0 7253
4
4 0 7155
1994
4 3 1 6047
4
3 1 6152
1995
4 2 2 6154
4
1 3 4854
1996
5 3 2 8964
5
5 0 8363
1997
5 3 2 7576
5
3 2 8377
1998
6 4 2 8775
6
2 4 7996
1999
6 1 5 7894
6
3 3 8083
2000
651110
98
6
3392
96
2001
7
7
4
2002
844109
110
8
4499
102
2003
8 8 0 12782
8
4 4 10496
2004
8 4 4 96103
8
4 4 10995
2005
8 5 3 10696
8
6 2 11187
2006
8 6 2 9978
8
5 3 9489
2007
862120
97
8
4487
91
2008
972122
101
7
3481
73
2009
853126
80
8
5397
90
2010
8 4 4 9291
8
4 4 7779
2011
8 4 4 8995
8
6 2 8064
2012
8 4 4 10091
8
3 5 98113
2013
8 2 6 78101
8
4 4 93110
2014
963112
104
9
2778
96
2015
972123
97
9
45
113
111
TOTALS
4
166 103
3 131100
63 2,3432,062
164
89
3 117118
75 2,1152,040
111
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS
0
Ben McCullough
20
Nick Weiss, Derek Hopcroft, Chad Culp, Rusty Kruger,
Andy Ogilvie, Shaydon Santos, Gary Edmands
1
Matt Disher, Ross Cowie
2
Jerome Thompson, Ian Llord, Troy Bonterre, Ray Guze,
Ryan Powell, Ryan McDermott, Clint Jones
21
Tyler Ferreira, Daryl Seymour, Jeff Hardill, Jim Bissell, Ted Dowling, Neil Doddridge
3
Billy Dee Smith, Roy Colsey, Ryan Sanderson
22
Andrew Watt, Kyle Clancy, Ryan Powell,
Travis Kilgour, *Bill Meagher
4
Jamie Batson, Joel Matthews, Scott Self,
Andrew Lazore, Mario Lopez, Brian Silcott, Tom Phair
23
Steve Priolo, Pat McCready, Bob Fisher
5
Adam Will, Joe Resetarits, Frank Resetarits, Clay Hill, Glen Lay, Steve Fannel
24
Mitch Jones, Kyle Schmelzle, Chris Seller,
Matt Steinwald, Jason Luke
6
Derek Suddons, Chris White, Neal Powless,
Rob Kirkby, Miles General, Gerry Hiltz, Mike Benedict
25
Drew Candy, Jonas Derks
26
Brett Bucktooth, Greg Floris, Craig Gelsvik,
Kevin Alexander
7
Derek Suddons, Jon Harasym, Chris Prat, Derek Laub
8
Kevin Brownell, Delby Powless, AJ Shannon,
Sean Holmes,Craig Stevenson
27
Glen Bryan, Mat Giles, Kyle Couling
28
Mike Hominuck, Clay Hill, Jim Vilneff, Bob Hamley, Nick Trudeau
9
Mark Steenhuis, Mark Cochrane, Neil Doddridge,
Bob Henry
29
Ken Montour
10
Aaron Wilson, Mike McNamara, Brenden Thenhaus
Pat McCready, Darren Mutch, Andy Ogilive,
Grant Johnston, Mike Hasen
30
Tim Edwards, Steve Dietrich, Clint Jones
31
Corey Quinn, Pat O’Toole
11
John Tavares
32
Chris Langdale, Jim Veltman
12
Mitch de Snoo, Brian Croswell, Brandon Swamp,
Kyle Schmelzle, Lindsay Plunkett, Brian Nikula,
Mark Burnam, Casey Zaph, Jamie Batley
33 Kevin Buchanan, Ken Montour, Chris Levis,
Kevin Brunsch, Rich Kilgour, Robert Henry,
Brent Rothfuss
13
David Brock, Jeff Cornwall, Jonas Derks
Marc Landriault, John Rosa, Bill Kerr, Matt Hunt
34
**Thomas Gardner, Rodd Squire, Clint Jones,
Chris Clark
14
Mike McNamara, Joe Smith, Kyle Jamieson,
Shane Wannamaker, Tim Bomberry, John Zulberti
35 Darris Kilgour
36 Daryl Veltman, Randy Mearns, Stu Aird
15
Matthew Bennett, Luke Wiles, Chris Corbeil, Dan Teat,
Kevin Howard, Jamie Batley, Barry Powless, Dan Teat
37 Nick Cotter, Travis Kilgour, Tom Emmick
38 Kurtis Wagar, Scott Komer
16 Rich Kilgour, Bill O’Hanlon
39 Bill Warder, Bill Gerrie
17 Ryan Benesch, Tracey Kelusky, Brandon Swamp,
Kyle Laverty, D’Arcy Sweet, Brian Hall
40 Scott Komer, Troy Cordingley, Mike Mooradian
18 Glen Bryan, AJ Shannon, Phil Sanderson, Randy Fraser, Derek Malawsky, Cam Bomberry, Randy Mearns,
Neil Doddridge, Donald Henry
42 Rory Smith, Pat Maddalena
43 Darris Kilgour
19 Chad Culp, Darryl Gibson, Sean Greenhalgh,
Brenden Thenhaus, Tyler Francey, Jason Clark,
Kelly Sullivan, Andy Dudun, Andy Ogilvie, Kevin Cox, Tyler Francey
44 Anthony Cosmo, Mike Accursi,
Steve Kisslinger, Dean Cecconi,
Andy Shaughnessy
45 Derek Keenan
112
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS
46 Carl Jutzin, Paul Day
47 Peter Tavares
48 Derek Collins, Marty O’Neill
49
Aime Caines, Chris Redwood,
Tyson Leies
51 Shawn Williams, Kevin Dostie
53 Chris Panos
54 Jason Crosbie
55 Mitch Wilde, Angus Goodleaf, Jamie Hackel,
Clay Squire, Scott Driscoll
56 Drew Petkoff, Scott Self
60
Ryan Avery
63
Tom Montour
65
Davide Diruscio, Clay Hill
66
Alexander Kedoh Hill, Mike Thompson,
Scott Hochstadt
71
Brandon Goodwin
72
Cory Bomberry
74
Jeremy Thompson
75
77
Jay Thorimbert
Kyle Sweeney, Jeff Shattler, Brandon Piccarreto,
Bill Callan
81
Roger Vyse
84 Brandon Francis, Kerry Susheski
85
Derek General
86
Daniel Sams
88
Craig England, Travis Irving, Cody Jacobs,
Rich Catton, Jason Henhawk
89
Carter Bender, Derek Graham
90
Jamie Rooney, Mike Hominuck, Phil Wetherup
91
Jordan Critch, Darryl Gibson, Chris Clark,
Steve Fannell
92 Dhane Smith, Dallas Squire
93 Anthony Malcolm, Jordan Dance, Chris Driscoll,
Kim Squire
94 Ryan Sanderson
97 Hayden Smith, Bryan Kazarian
98
Jimmy Purves, Mike Mooradian
99 Delby Powless
* Due to a last-minute roster change (injury related - D. Kilgour), Bill Meagher was pressed into action March 26, 1994 vs. Detroit and had to wear
sweater number 9 (Mark Cochrane was also scratched due to injury that night).
** Jersey number 34 was retired in memory of Thomas Gardner, a renowned local coach who helped organize lacrosse in Orchard Park, NY and
across Western New York.
Bold indicates active player
Italics indicates retired number
113
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
A
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Accursi, Mike (00-04, 08-10)
Aird, Stu (93-95)
Alexander, Kevin (92-93)
Avery, Ryan (06)
108
24
14
3
207
24
35
0
163
35
10
1
370
59
45
1
108
18
7
0
44
36
26
60
B
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Batley, Jamie (95,99)
Batson, Jamie (15)
Bender, Carter (13)
Benedict, Mike (99)
Benesch, Ryan (14-15)
Bennett, Matthew (15)
Bissell, Jim (92-93)
Bomberry, Cam (99)
Bomberry, Cory (06-09)
Bomberry, Tim (99)
Bonterre, Troy (06-07)
Brock, David (13-15)
Brownell, Kevin (13-15)
Brunsch, Kevin (00)
Bryan, Glen (13-14)
Buchanan, Kevin (12)
Bucktooth, Brett (07-11)
Burnam, Mark (92-93)
20
3
3
3
36
2
10
4
62
2
15
42
37
3
30
15
47
11
16
0
1
2
80
0
4
2
69
0
0
8
11
0
4
10
45
2
24
1
2
3
111
0
4
4
134
0
2
15
23
1
7
19
50
5
40
1
3
5
191
0
8
6
203
0
2
23
34
1
11
29
95
7
33
0
0
0
16
2
4
0
56
2
92
90
23
0
15
0
45
8
12, 15
4
89
6
17
15
21
18
72
14
2
13
8
33
18, 27
33
26
12
C
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Caines, Aime (03-05)
Callan, Bill (97)
Candy, Drew (04-05)
Catton, Rich (00-01)
Cecconi, Dean (95-99)
Clancy, Kyle (10-11)
Clark, Chris (98-99)
Clark, Jason (02, 04)
Cochrane, Mark (94-95)
Collins, Derek (01)
Colsey, Roy (02, 04)
Corbeil, Chris (10-11)
Cordingley, Troy (93-99)
Cornwall, Jeff (12)
Cosmo, Anthony (12-15)
Cotter, Nick (13)
Couling, Kyle (00-07)
Cowie, Ross (92-98)
Cox, Kevin (96-97)
Critch, Jordan (13-14)
Crosbie, Jason (03-05, 06-07)
Croswell, Brian (09)
Culp, Chad (11-15)
35
9
16
21
45
15
3
21
11
5
8
28
61
5
61
6
113
47
2
5
65
4
75
33
7
2
4
36
11
0
19
4
0
12
8
96
0
0
4
15
0
0
3
81
0
62
36
7
4
8
25
22
1
27
9
7
9
12
137
1
33
6
43
26
0
2
106
0
92
69
14
6
12
61
33
1
46
13
7
21
20
233
1
33
10
58
26
0
5
187
0
154
31
23
65
34
79
8
2
6
21
0
6
12
103
0
8
19
201
20
0
0
52
42
97
49
77
25
88
44
22
91, 34
61, 19
9
48
3, 33
15
40
13
44
37
27
1
19
91
54
12
20, 19
114
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
D
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Day, Paul (92)
Derks, Jonas (02-05)
Dietrich, Steve (02-07)
DiRuscio, Davide (15)
Disher, Matt (99-00)
Doddridge, Neil (96-97, 99)
Dostie, Kevin (07-10)
Dowling, Ted (96-97, 01)
Driscoll, Chris (99-02, 10)
Dudun, Andy (01)
8
39
83
14
17
31
54
24
37
2
3
71
0
0
0
27
75
46
49
1
4
67
48
0
14
28
82
37
85
1
7
138
48
0
14
55
157
83
134
2
16
58
0
0
0
89
30
48
2
2
46
25, 13
30
65
1
21, 18, 9
51
21
55, 93
19
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Edmands, Gary (96)
Emmick, Tom (92-93)
1
13
1
5
5
3
6
8
9
29
20
37
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Fannel, Steve (96-99)
Fisher, Bob (99)
Floris, Greg (04-05)
Fowler, Corey (15)
Francey, Tyler (05)
Francis, Brandon (08-12)
Fraser, Randy (02-04)
44
1
7
1
9
47
13
5
1
1
0
1
5
1
26
1
2
1
0
11
3
31
2
3
1
1
16
4
75
0
6
0
30
226
21
5
23
26
91
19
84
18
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Gelsvik, Craig (02-03)
General, Derek (04-05)
General, Miles (93)
Gerrie, Bill (92-95)
Gibson, Darryl (10-12)
Giles, Mat (12-13)
Goodleaf, Angus (10-12)
Graham, Derek (98)
Greenhalgh, Sean (08-10)
Guze, Ray (03)
27
24
6
23
27
16
11
1
21
1
1
0
1
0
0
18
0
0
18
0
10
9
0
10
13
31
3
0
31
1
11
9
1
10
13
49
3
0
49
1
73
5
10
7
40
35
2
2
5
0
26
85
6
39
91, 19
27
55
89
19
2
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Hackel, Jamie (01-03)
Hall, Brian (92-97)
Hamley, Bob (92-95)
Harasym, Jon (05-06, 10-13)
Hardill, Jeff (94)
Hasen, Mike (96-99)
Henhawk, Jason (98)
Henry, Bob (93-99, 02)
Henry, Donald (97)
Hill, Alexander “Kedoh” (13-15)
Hill, Clay (05-11)
21
51
31
73
8
36
3
27
1
23
99
2
34
44
14
2
10
4
4
0
26
14
2
64
61
34
6
35
1
7
0
29
47
4
98
105
48
8
45
5
11
0
55
61
62
103
45
128
12
64
0
45
0
34
59
55
17
28
7
21
10
88
33, 9
18
66
5, 28, 65
E
F
G
H
115
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
H continued
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Hiltz, Gerry (92)
Hochstadt, Scott (00)
Holmes, Sean (01)
Hominuck, Mike (04-05, 13)
Hopcroft, Derek (13)
Howard, Kevin (02)
7
4
1
22
4
5
10
3
0
20
4
1
9
3
0
15
7
3
19
6
0
35
11
4
17
0
0
18
17
2
6
66
8
90, 28
20
15
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Irving, Travis (11-12)
18
1
5
6
75
88
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
2
7
4
4
7
3
1
5
1
1
10
1
2
7
1
0
6
2
3
12
2
1
16
3
0
6
0
7
4
2
88
34
14
10
24
46
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Kazarian, Bryan (04-06)
Keenan, Derek (92-93)
Kelusky, Tracey (11-13)
Kerr, Bill (92-94)
Kilgour, Darris (92-99)
Kilgour, Rich (92-09)
Kilgour, Travis (95-00)
Kirkby, Rob (01-02)
Kisslinger, Steve (99)
Komer, Scott (01, 13)
Kruger, Rusty (08)
28
16
35
8
62
200
51
22
3
7
3
3
48
37
0
128
94
54
5
4
0
1
22
35
55
1
127
223
60
20
5
2
2
25
83
92
1
255
317
114
25
9
2
3
32
13
22
4
257
273
55
46
2
0
15
97
45
17
13
35, 43
33, 16
37, 22
6
44
56, 38
20
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Landriault, Marc (02)
Langdale, Chris (02-04, 06)
Lantzy, Jon (93)
Laub, Derek (94-95)
Laverty, Kyle (04-08)
Lazore, Andrew (08)
Lay, Glen (93-95)
Leies, Tyson (94)
Levis, Chris (98, 02)
Llord, Ian (08-12)
Lopez, Mario (00)
Luke, Jason (96-98)
1
54
1
12
76
2
16
7
13
65
5
29
2
4
0
8
8
3
12
6
0
8
6
29
4
25
0
5
25
2
7
3
0
30
5
38
6
29
0
13
33
5
19
9
0
38
11
67
0
101
2
6
296
0
12
19
0
118
6
57
13
32
14
7
17
4
5
49
77, 33
2
4
24
I
J
PLAYER (SEASONS)
Jacobs, Cody (09)
Jacobs, Duane (03)
Jamieson, Kyle (05)
Johnston, Grant (95)
Jones, Mitch (14-15)
Jutzin, Carl (93)
K
L
116
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
M
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Maddalena, Pat (00-02)
Malawsky, Derek (00-01)
Matthews, Joel (13-14)
McCready, Pat (02-09)
McCullough, Ben (11)
McDermott, Ryan (99)
McNamara, Mike (12-13)
Meagher, Bill (92-94)
Mearns, Randy (93,02)
Montour, Ken (02, 06, 08-10)
Montour, Tom (04-05, 09-12)
Mooradian, Mike (92,99)
Mutch, Darren (04)
40
24
2
112
1
1
13
18
23
39
57
10
6
58
51
2
71
0
0
0
3
17
0
28
8
0
38
80
0
135
0
1
4
4
27
14
54
9
0
96
131
2
206
0
1
4
7
44
14
82
17
0
14
37
2
251
17
0
19
8
8
0
74
27
14
42
18
4
23, 10
0
2
10, 14
22, 9
18, 36
33, 29
63
98, 40
10
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
8
8
1
9
8
12
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Ogilvie, Andy (99-04)
O’Hanlon, Bill (92)
O’Neill, Marty (99-00)
O’Toole, Pat (96-98)
47
8
13
26
9
5
0
0
50
1
11
28
59
6
11
28
235
0
6
2
19, 10, 20
16
48
31
N
PLAYER (SEASONS)
Nikula, Brian (94)
O
P
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Panos, Chris (99)
Parke, Peter (97)
Petkoff, Drew (13)
Phair, Tom (96-98)
Piccarreto, Brandon (01)
Plunkett, Lindsay (03,06)
Powell, Ryan (01-02, 04)
Powless, Barry (92)
Powless, Delby (05-10)
Powless, Neal (04)
Priolo, Steve (10-15)
Prat, Chris (00)
Purves, Jimmy (11-13)
8
3
3
29
7
13
25
3
78
11
87
12
21
16
2
0
19
0
15
30
0
74
9
17
20
6
9
2
2
23
4
18
32
3
127
10
54
15
4
25
4
2
42
4
32
62
3
146
19
71
35
10
9
2
0
151
4
8
21
6
28
4
254
14
49
53
15
56
4
77
12
2, 22
15
99, 8
6
23
7
98
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Quinn, Corey (03-04)
18
0
1
1
5
31
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Redwood, Chris (95)
Resetarits, Frank (10-12)
Resetarits, Joe (14-15)
5
20
27
1
15
32
0
16
31
1
31
63
0
15
6
49
5
5
Q
R
117
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
R continued
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Rooney, Jamie (13-15)
Rosa, John (95, 98-99)
Rothfuss, Brent (99)
15
30
1
11
10
1
17
29
1
28
39
2
6
41
0
90
13
33
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Sams, Daniel (07)
Sanderson, Phil (07-09)
Sanderson, Ryan (97-98)
Santos, Shaydon (98-00)
Schmelzle, Kyle (06, 08-10)
Self, Scott (01, 11-13)
Seller, Chris (00-03)
Seymour, Daryl (07)
Shannon, AJ (05-06, 10)
Shattler, Jeff (06)
Shaughnessy, Andy (94)
Silcott, Brian (94,99)
Smith, Billy Dee (03-10, 12-15)
Smith, Dhane (13-15)
Smith, Hayden (13-14)
Smith, Joe (08-10)
Smith, Rory (14)
Squire, Clay (98)
Squire, Dallas (98)
Squire, Kim (06)
Squire, Rodd (95)
Steenhuis, Mark (03-15)
Steinwald, Matt (99)
Stevenson, Craig (99-00)
Suddons, Derek (13-15)
Sullivan, Kelly (03)
Susheski, Kerry (03-04)
Swamp, Brandon (08-09)
Sweeney, Kyle (12)
Sweet, D’Arcy (00-01)
2
38
20
34
23
42
51
7
44
1
8
15
163
51
4
21
18
6
8
12
8
207
5
14
49
3
18
13
5
26
0
3
3
11
5
12
12
0
42
0
1
0
32
83
0
0
0
0
7
13
0
386
2
10
2
2
20
3
0
29
0
20
5
13
12
21
29
1
48
1
5
8
34
127
1
3
6
2
6
10
2
445
4
9
8
0
25
8
2
37
0
23
8
24
17
33
41
1
90
1
6
8
66
210
1
3
6
2
13
23
2
831
6
19
10
2
45
11
2
66
0
39
6
58
22
50
30
4
21
0
17
8
526
24
4
6
36
13
2
36
0
318
2
4
10
4
59
18
4
31
86
18
3, 94
20
12, 24
56, 4
24
21
8, 18
77
44
4
3
92
97
14
42
55
92
93
34
9
24
8
6, 7
19
84
12, 17
77
17
S
T
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Tavares, John (92-15)
Tavares, Peter (03)
Teat, Dan (05-08)
Thenhaus, Brenden (07, 11)
Thompson, Jeremy (12)
Thompson, Jerome (15)
Thompson, Mike (07-12)
Thorimbert, Jay (11-15)
Trudeau, Nick (98)
306
2
59
20
14
13
59
75
8
815
1
84
19
3
10
0
17
5
934
2
121
20
6
14
17
29
1
1749
3
205
39
9
24
17
46
6
374
0
48
10
25
12
5
26
13
11
47
15
19, 10
74
2
66
75
25
118
BANDITS HISTORY
ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SCORING
V
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Veltman, Jim (92-96)
Vilneff, Jim (99)
Vyse, Roger (06-12)
40
4
77
55
0
102
113
2
117
168
2
219
42
0
18
32
28
81
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Wagar, Kurtis (13-14)
Wannamaker, Shane (00)
Warder, Bill (01)
Watt, Andrew (14-15)
Weiss, Nick (15)
Wetherup, Phil (01)
White, Chris (05-12)
Wilde, Mitch (14-15)
Wiles, Luke (12-13)
Williams, Shawn (00-01, 13-14)
Wilson, Aaron (13-14)
7
1
5
20
17
12
116
28
28
58
24
0
1
1
4
7
0
3
7
49
99
31
3
0
1
4
5
9
49
16
52
132
28
3
0
2
8
12
9
52
23
101
231
59
0
0
10
44
33
2
258
14
14
18
13
38
14
39
22
20
90
6
55
15
51
10
PLAYER (SEASONS)
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
UNIF./NO.
Zaph, Casey (98)
Zulberti, John (92,94)
3
2
1
3
1
1
2
4
2
0
12
14
W
Z
Any player who took part in at least one Bandits’ regular season game in his career is listed. Six players were on the Bandits roster but never played a game for Buffalo: #5 - Tom
Nelson (‘92), #8 - Chris Goss (‘92), #18 - Tom Gravante (‘92), #2 - Clayton Henry (‘93), #4 - Donald Henry (‘95), and #41 - Vernon Jacobs (‘95).
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BANDITS HISTORY
RECORDS VERSUS OTHER TEAMS
REGULAR SEASON
HOME
AWAY
OVERALL
TEAMS
GPW L
GPW L
GPW L
Anaheim (New Jersey)*
Arizona (Columbus)*
Boston
Calgary Charlotte* Chicago*
Colorado (PIT/WSH/BAL)
Detroit*
Saskatchewan (EDM)
3
3
0
5
5
0
4 22
2
1
1
1
1
0
2 20
18 12 6
3
2
1
2 11
2
2
0
4
4
0
330
7
4
3
0
0
0
220
12 7
5
3
3
0
413
5
5
0
9
9
0
7 52
9
5
4
1
1
0
4 40
30
19 11
6
5
1
6 24
Georgia (MIN)
Montreal*
New England (Boston)*
New England (PHI)
New York Saints*
Orlando (NY Titans)*
Ottawa (Syracuse)*
Pittsburgh Bulls*
Portland*
Rochester Vancouver (WSH/SJ/ALB)
Toronto (Ontario)
Vancouver Ravens* 14 12 2
1
0
1
5
3
2
29 16 13 6
4
2
4 31
5
5
0
0
0
0
3 30
26 12 14 8
5
3
24
10 14 1
1
0
11 7
4
1
0
1
6
4
2
26 12 14 10 7
3
413
4
3
1
2
2
0
101
30 10
20 10
7
3
21 10 11
1
0
1
25 19 6
2
0
2
11 7
4
55 28 27
16 11 5
8 44
9
8
1
2
2
0
4 31
56 22 34
18 12 6
45 20 25
2
1
1
Note: The Pittsburgh Bulls were a separate franchise from the Pittsburgh CrosseFire. The CrosseFire -- after leaving Pittsburgh and spending two years as the Washington Power
-- eventually became the Colorado Mammoth. Before moving to Pittsburgh, the franchise was called the Baltimore Thunder.
PLAYOFFS
TEAMS
Boston
Calgary Colorado
Detroit*
Georgia (MIN)
New England (BOS)*
New England (PHI) New York Saints*
New York Titans*
Portland*
Rochester Toronto HOME
GPW L
2 20
1
1
0
1 01
1
1
0
2 20
2
2
0
5
3
2
1
1
0
1 10
1 10
6
3
3
1
0
1
AWAY
GPW L
000
1
0
1
000
1
1
0
000
0
0
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
101
000
6
1
5
4
2
2
OVERALL
GPW L
2 20
2
1
1
1 01
2
2
0
2 20
2
2
0
7
4
3
1
1
0
2 11
1 10
12 4
8
5
2
3
*Denotes defunct team
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