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February 28, 1998
Opponent: Rochester KnighthawksSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 8Outlook: The Thunder (5-1), which was idle last weekend, remains a half-game behind Philadelphia and a half-game ahead of the defending MILL champion Rochester (5-2). The Knighthawks, the league's most productive team, averaging 15.83 goals, lead the series with the Thunder 4-1 but are 1-1 in Baltimore. Gary Gait leads the Thunder with 32 goals and 12 assists, followed by Chris Panos (11 goals, 6 assists), Bob Martino (8 goals, 19 assists)
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By Doug Brown | February 11, 1991
* WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. New York Saints, Friday (8 p.m.) at Nassau Coliseum. After another away game Feb. 23 at Detroit, the Thunder will entertain the Pittsburgh Bulls March 2.* WRAPUP: The Thunder (3-2) won its third straight Major Indoor Lacrosse League decision, edging New York, 15-14, Saturday before 8,109 at the Baltimore Arena. The Thunder never trailed and was ahead by as many as four goals on three occasions in the third quarter, but wound up hanging on at the end. Tim Welsh scored three goals for the Thunder and was the game's MVP. Matt Kerwick added two. Mike Cummings paced the Saints with four goals.
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