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By Doug Brown | March 1, 1991
VS. PITTSBURGH BULLS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 8 p.m.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* OUTLOOK: Despite last week's loss to the Gait twins and the Detroit Turbos, the Thunder (4-3) still leads the Major Indoor Lacrosse League's American Division and has won four of its last five. The Bulls, 2-4 after an 11-9 loss to Philadelphia last night, crushed the Thunder by nine goals in the second game of the season. Their only other victory was over the New York Saints, and they're a distant second in the National Division to Detroit (6-1)
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SPORTS
March 22, 1997
Opponent: Rochester KnighthawksSite: War Memorial, Rochester, N.Y.Time: 8Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The Thunder (2-6) could win its final two regular-season games and still not make the playoffs. Baltimore dropped its last two games to the New York Saints, despite Jeff Klodzen's five goals in their most recent meeting March 7. The Knighthawks (4-4), coming off a 12-11 overtime loss to Boston, could nail down a playoff berth with a win. Rochester is 2-0 against the Thunder at War Memorial and leads the series 2-1. The Knighthawks are led by Paul Gait, who is four points away from breaking teammate Duane Jacobs' single-season points record.
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