Hamilton wins again, Boston loses again, Rochester gets revenge and Chesapeake is still really good.
Hamilton 12 New York 11
Don't look now, but here comes Hamilton. The Nationals won their second straight game to start the season. Kevin Cunningham tallied a hat trick, but, overall, it was an balanced effort for the Nats with seven different goal scorers.
Denver 14 Boston 10
Ryan Boyle registers two assists for his 400th career point and passes Casey Powell for the all-time point record, but Boston fell again. Once again, a first half run did in the Cannons. Denver tallied seven of the games first nine goals for the win. Drew Snider led the Outlaws with five scores.
Rochester 13 Charlotte 10
Less than a week after Charlotte hands Rochester, the Rattlers got it back. Three players tacked on at least three goals for the boys from upstate New York. The victory leaves Ohio and Boston as the only winless teams in the league.
Chesapeake 14 Ohio 5
Man, oh man, Chesapeake is on a tear. Ben Rubeor tallied 4 more goals and John Grant, Jr. is back witht the team. In other words, they're only getting better.