April Stealth game will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network

  • By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
  • Wednesday, January 2, 2013 2:34pm
  • SportsSports

The Washington Stealth’s Apr. 13 home game with the Buffalo Bandits will be among three National Lacrosse League regular-season games to be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network.

The CBS Sports Network is available to Comcast customers on channel 412 (633 HD) and on DirecTV channel 613.

“The Stealth are pleased to be a part of NLL games broadcast across North America on the CBS Sports Network,” Stealth president David Takata said. “Being included among the Western Division teams selected to represent the NLL and our sport on television reflects well on both our team’s reputation for competitive play and the strength of lacrosse in Washington state.”

The CBS Sports Network is going into its second season of broadcasting NLL games that includes select regular-season games and postseason games.

The other games broadcast this season will be a Apr. 6 game between the Philadelphia Wings and Rochester Knighthawks and a Apr. 20 game featuring the Knighthawks and the Bandits. CBS Sports Network will also carry coverage of the NLL postseason and is the exclusive home of the 2013 NLL championship game.

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