Charlotte (1-2) at Hamilton (2-0)/Friday, May 17th, 11:00 AM EST-Charlotte is one of the toughest teams in the league to figure out. Is it ready to make that playoff push? A win against Hamilton would do a lot to improve it's outlook. On the other side, the Nationals are undefeated, but still need to keep it going to really convince people what it can be. On a side note, a win Friday would be the best start in history for the Nats.
Prediction: Hamilton 14 Charlotte 9
Chesapeake (3-0) at Boston (0-3)/Saturday, May 18th, 7:00 PM EST-Not a good sign for the Cannons. The last thing they need is to have a team like the Bayhawks come into town. With how litle support the guys like Paul Rabil and Ari Sussman are getting offensively, Kip Turner and company have to be licking their chops. The 'Hawks goalie is allowing a league low four goals-per-game.
Prediction: Chesapeake 12 Boston 5
New York (1-2) at Ohio (0-2)/Saturday, May 18th, 8:00 PM EST-Talk about two teams that are in need of a pick-me-up. New York's lost two straight now after that nailbiting loss to Hamilton last weekend, while Ohio can't seem to find the back of the cage. Something's got to give here.
Prediction: New York 11 Ohio 7
Rochester (1-2) at Denver (3-0)/Saturday, May 18th, 9:00 PM EST-Finally Denver gets a home game. After opening the season with three straight road wins. Despite an impressive showing last week, I'd be surprised to see the Rattlers pull this one off. The Outlaws just have too much of a home-field advantage.
Prediction: Denver 14 Rochester 10