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Knighthawks come up just short in Game Three

The Rochester Knighthawks finished one win short of completing one of the most incredible mid-season turnarounds in team and league history. Once a 2-6 team, Rochester roared through the second half of the 2017-18 campaign and forced a decisive Game Three in the NLL Finals.

Rochester’s season, however, came to an end in Saskatoon in a 15-10 loss to the Saskatchewan Rush Saturday night. Similar to their season, the Knighthawks battled right to the final buzzer.

“It is an awful feeling right now, but I can’t say enough about their compete level and what they do for each other,” said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen. “This group is special… because we weren’t supposed to be here.”

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