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New England can’t hold off Minnesota in first defeat of season

New England's Kevin Buchanan (27) flies through the air in Saturday night's NLL game in Uncasville. Buchanan had five goals and four assists but the Black Wolves lost, 19-13.

New England’s Kevin Buchanan (27) flies through the air in Saturday night’s NLL game in Uncasville. Buchanan had five goals and four assists but the Black Wolves lost, 19-13. (Khoi Ton photo courtesy National Lacrosse League)

UNCASVILLE, Jan. 24 – The Minnesota Swarm scored nine second-half goals to hand the New England Black Wolves indoor lacrosse team their first loss of the season, 19-13 at Mohegan Sun Arena.

Kevin Buchanan tied a career high with five goals and tied his season high with four assists. Pat Saunders had a career-high five assists with two goals and Jamie Lincoln scored a season-high three goals. Kyle Buchanan chipped in four assists for the Black Wolves, who dropped their first game after winning their first two contests.

“We played like we had a week off,” Black Wolves coach Blane Harrison said, referring to New England’s bye last week. “We were playing pretty good, but then we went our separate ways. They (Minnesota) were battle tested and ready to go, and they took it to us.” 

Minnesota (2-1) ran out to a 6-3 lead in the first quarter led by two goals and an assist by Jackson. Kevin Buchanan helped keep it close for New England with two goals of his own.

The Black Wolves came storming back in the second quarter scoring the first four goals of the period to take a 7-6 lead. Kevin Crowley and Kyle Buchanan each had a goal during the four goal run while Kevin Buchanan scored two more.

Minnesota took control once again heading in to the half scoring four of the final five goals to take a 10-8 leading going into intermission.

The second half would be all the Swarm as New England would only get as close as three goals during the final two periods and outscored the Black Wolves 9-5 after the break. The 19 goals scored by Minnesota were the most for the Swarm since a 21-7 rout of Buffalo on April 6, 2013.

“We knew it was important to match the intensity we had seen on film,” said Minnesota head coach Joe Sullivan. “It was a great game between two young teams.”

Evan Kirk started in goal for New England making 25 saves on 41 shots in a losing effort. Tye Belanger made his first appearance of the season in the fourth quarter facing six shots and stoping four of them.

Zach Higgins made 41 saves on 54 shots pushing the Minnesota to their second win in a row and on the season.

Shayne Jackson led all Swarm scorers with four goals and three assists. Callum Crawford added three goals of his own with four assists. Jordan Macintosh had three goals and two assists and rookie Miles Thompson had two goals and a team-high five assists. The seven total points for Thompson were a career high, but he was held to fewer than three goals for the first time this season.

Attendance for the game was 3,563 on a snowy Saturday in Connecticut. The Black Wolves return to action on Friday, January 30 when they travel to Edmonton to take on the Rush for their first road game of the year. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

Gerry deSimas, Jr., is the editor and founder of The Collinsville Press. He is an award-winning writer and has been covering sports in Connecticut and New England for more than 30 years. He was inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2018.

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