NLL Top 5 Scoring leaders for each team.

With the NLL solidly underway, I thought I would break down the Top 5 Scoring leaders for each team.

In no particular order, we start with the Vancouver Warriors who, despite their record, have two players tied for the league lead with 12 goals.
Warriors: Mitch Jones.       12
                   Jordan McBride.12
                   Logan Schuss.     8
                   Keegan Bal.           6
                   Riley Loewen.       3
                   Joel McCready.    3

The Georgia Swarm also has a 12 goal scorer but, it’s not who you would think.

                    Shayne Jackson. 12
                    Lyle Thompson.    9
                    Miles Thompson. 8
                    Zed Williams          5
                    Randy Staats.        4

Moving onto New England and a familiar name leads the way for the Black Wolves.

                     Callum Crawford.  11
                     Reilly O’’ Connor.    8
                     Joe Resetarits.         6
                     Andrew Kew.            6
                     Jordan Durston.      3

Out West to Colorado and a surprise leader for the Mammoth.

                      Jacob Ruest.         11
                      Ryan Lee.                 8
                      Chris Wardle.          7
                      Kyle Killen.              4
                      Jeff Wittig.              4
                      Joey Cupido.         4

Staying West and the San Diego Seals.

                       Wes Berg.             10
                       Connor Fields.     10
                       Zach Greer.            6
                       Connor Kearnan.  5
                       Jeremy Noble.       5

Back in the East and switching to Canada and the Toronto Rock.

                        Rob Hellyer.          10
                        Dan Craig.               8
                        Dan Dawson.          7
                        Zach Manns.           6
                       Tom Schrieber.        6

Heading South, we hit Philadelphia.

                        Kevin Crowley.        9
                        Brett Hickey.            8
                        Josh Currier.            7
                        Corey Vitarelli.        6
                        Trevor Baptiste.      5

Next up, the expansion, New York Riptide.

                        Tyler Digby. .           8
                        Dan Lomas.             7
                        Tyson Gibson.       5
                        Connor Kelly.           5
                        Gale Thorpe.            4
                        Jean-Luc Chetner 4

Staying in the state of New York and the re-tooled Buffalo Bandits and a rejuvenated leading goal scorer. 

                      Chris Cloutier.          8
                      Josh Byrne.               7
                      Dhane Smith.           6
                      Ian Mackey.              4
                      Corey Small.            4

On to the defending Champions, the Calgary Roughnecks.

                       Curtis Dickson.      8
                       Jesse King.             6
                       Dan Taylor.              5
                       Tyler Pace.               4
                       Heiden Dickson.    4

Next up, The Halifax Thunderbirds.

                       Ryan Benesch.        8
                       Cody Jamieson.      7
                       Stephen Keogh.      7
                       Graeme Hossack.  6
                       Austin Shanks.        6

Moving to the second expansion team, the Rochester Knighthawks.

                        Holden Cattoni.     8
                        Shawn Evans.        7
                        Phil Caputo.            6
                        Curtis Knight.         5
                        Corey Highfield.    3

And, finally, we get to the Saskatchewan Rush

                        Mark Matthews.    7
                        Robert Church.     7
                        Ben McIntosh.      6
                        Ryan Keenan.       4
                        Matthew Dinsdale 3

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Kevin Neibauer

Kevin has followed and promoted the game of lacrosse since May 19, 1974.
The same day the Philadelphia Flyers won the Cup, the Philadelphia Wings were introduced to Neibauer and Philadelphia.

Kevin has covered many sports, including baseball, football, basketball, and.. lacrosse. A former licensed football referee and baseball umpire, Kevin brings a unique insight to his game coverage.

A published writer in JustHockey Magazine, Kevin covered the American Hockey League as well as a monthly story on a pugilist where Kevin used the pen name, The Rink Rat. Neibauer turned his attentions to lacrosse for a few years and does his part, whether podcasting or writing to grow the game. Kevin branched out to his roots and currently provides insight for all Philadelphia teams for Edge of Philly as well as his full-time duties with LaxPhilly.



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