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  • [Outlaws] Crazy shortened coronavirus season 7/18-7/26

    Major League Lacrosse season starts today and ends in just over a week.

    The Denver Outlaws will play a five game regular season over the next week and, if they make the playoffs, the semifinal next Saturday and the final Sunday.

    All games are on ESPN+ or ESPN 2, all games are taking place without fans at Navy stadium in Annapolis.

    The schedule
    vs Connecticut Hammerheads tonight at 5:00 PM, ESPN+
    vs Philadelphia Barrage Sunday 7/19 at 2:00 PM, ESPN2
    vs New York Lizards Tuesday 7/21 at 5:00 PM, ESPN+
    vs Chesapeake Bayhawks Wednesday 7/22 at 5:00 PM, ESPN+
    vs Boston Cannons Friday 7/24 at 5:00 PM, ESPN+
    Semifinals Saturday 7/25 at 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM on ESPN+
    Championship Sunday 7/26 at 12:00 PM on ESPN

    The Outlaws season-by season results
    2006: 10-2, Lost Championship
    2007: 7-5, Lost Semifinal
    2008: 8-4, Lost Championship
    2009: 9-3, Lost Championship
    2010: 8-4, Lost Semifinal
    2011: 7-5, Lost Semifinal
    2012: 11-3, Lost Championship
    2013: 14-0, Lost Semifinal
    2014: 9-5: Won Championship
    2015: 7-7, missed playoffs
    2016: 9-5, Won Championship
    2017: 9-5, Lost Championship
    2018: 8-6, Won Championship
    2019: 9-7, Lost Championship
    Last edited by famicommander; 07-18-2020, 11:31 AM.
    Anyone seen Jake Plummer?

  • #2
    Outlaws crushed the Hammerheads, 18-6.

    Second game is tomorrow at 2:00 on ESPN2.
    Anyone seen Jake Plummer?


    • #3
      Outlaws won again, 15-10.

      Two down, three to go. Next up is the 0-2 New York Lizards, Tuesday night at 5:00 on ESPN+.
      Anyone seen Jake Plummer?


      • #4
        Outlaws topped the Lizards, 12-11.

        They have the Chesapeake Bayhawks tomorrow night.

        The Bayhawks are 3-0 and they're the team that knocked the Outlaws out in the waning seconds of the championship game last year.

        Current standings
        Denver Outlaws 3-0
        Chesapeake Bayhawks 3-0
        Boston Cannons 2-1
        Philadelphia Barrage 1-3
        Connecticut Hammerheads 0-2
        New York Lizards 0-3

        Two games left, top four make the playoffs.
        Anyone seen Jake Plummer?


        • #5
          Outlaws topped the Bayhawks, 13-12 in OT.

          That clinches a spot in the playoffs this weekend.

          The Outlaws are now 4-0, and will finish up the regular season on Friday against Boston. Boston is 2-1 and has a game tomorrow against Connecticut. If Boston wins tomorrow, then Friday's game will decide the #1 and #2 seeds in the playoffs. If Boston loses tomorrow, the Outlaws are the #1 seed.
          Last edited by famicommander; 07-22-2020, 08:34 PM.
          Anyone seen Jake Plummer?


          • #6
            Tonight's game doesn't matter because the playoff seeding is done:
            #1 Denver vs #4 Boston
            #2 Connecticut vs #3 Chesapeake

            Denver has the 11:00 AM game tomorrow on ESPN+.

            The game tonight starts in 30 minutes as the Outlaws will try to wrap up a perfect 5-0 regular season. Win or lose, they'll have a rematch tomorrow at 11 AM for a chance to go to the finals Sunday.
            Anyone seen Jake Plummer?


            • #7
              Today's semifinals have been cancelled and the Outlaws and Cannons have automatically advanced to tomorrow's championship game on ESPN.

              Apparently there was a positive COVID-19 test after the Bayhawks vs Hammerheads game yesterday. Everyone on site was then tested and the result was both the Hammerheads and Bayhawks being forced to forfeit.

              Crazy times, but tomorrow the Denver Outlaws will try to win their fourth championship in a seven year span. 12:00 on the main ESPN network.
              Last edited by famicommander; 07-25-2020, 04:44 PM.
              Anyone seen Jake Plummer?