Stealth, Bandits April CBS Sports Network broadcast replaced

  • By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
  • Sunday, March 10, 2013 1:14am
  • SportsSports

The National Lacrosse League announced on Friday that it will substitute the April 13 broadcast between the Washington Stealth and Buffalo Bandits with the Toronto Rock and Philadelphia Wings telecast.

A change to the CBS Sports Network programming schedule meant that the broadcast time slot for the NLL on April 13 had changed.

Stealth president David Takata decided against altering the Stealth’s start time.

“After looking at the many re-scheduling options with the NLL, it became clear that it is in the best interest of our hometown fans to stay with our scheduled start time on April 13,” Takata said. “While the television appearance is desirable, we have a commitment to our local fans and their families that have already put this game-time on their calenders.”

The Stealth-Bandits game will be played at its originally scheduled time at 6:45 p.m. at Comcast Arena on April 13.

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