Washington Stealth

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Washington Stealth
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Division Western
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Home Arena Comcast Arena at Everett
Based in Everett, Washington
Colors Red, black, silver
Championships 2010
Division Championships 2010, 2011, 2013
Formerly San Jose Stealth
Albany Attack
Later Vancouver Stealth

The Washington Stealth[1] were a member of the National Lacrosse League, the professional box lacrosse league of North America from the 2010 NLL season through the 2013 NLL season. They were based in Everett (part of the Seattle metropolitan area), with home games played at the 8,513-seat Comcast Arena at Everett.

The team was previously known as the Albany Attack from 2000 until 2003, and later the San Jose Stealth from 2004 until 2009.

On July 24, 2012, the Stealth and Comcast Arena announced that they had agreed to new terms on a five-year lease that will keep the team in Everett through the 2017 season.[2]

On June 27, 2013, it was announced that the team was moving to Langley, British Columbia for the 2014 NLL season. Later that day it was announced they would be called the Vancouver Stealth. [3]

All-time record[edit]

Season Division W-L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
2010 Western 11-5 1st 6-2 5-3 211 179 Chris Hall Won NLL Champion's Cup
2011 Western 8-8 3rd 3-5 5-3 203 198 Chris Hall Lost Champion's Cup
2012 Western 4-12 5th 2-6 2-6 179 204 Chris Hall Did Not Qualify
2013 Western 9-7 2nd 5-3 4-4 193 192 Chris Hall Lost Champion's Cup
Total 4 seasons 32-32   16-16 16-16 786 773    
Playoff Totals   7-2   4-1 3-1 108 91    

Playoff results[edit]

Season Game Visiting Home
2010 Division Semifinal Minnesota 10 Washington 14
Division Final Edmonton 11 Washington 12
Championship Toronto 11 Washington 15
2011 Division Semifinal Washington 14 Minnesota 8
Division Final Washington 10 Calgary 8
Championship Washington 7 Toronto 8
2013 Division Semifinal Edmonton 11 Washington 12
Division Final Washington 14 Calgary 13
Championship Rochester 11 Washington 10
Preceded by
Calgary Roughnecks
National Lacrosse League Champions
2010
Succeeded by
Toronto Rock

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