Boston Cannons Drop Game 21-9 Against Rochester Rattlers On The Road On Sunday Night
The Boston Cannons could not get it going on the road against the Rochester Rattlers, leading to a brutal 21-9 loss on Sunday night.
The Rattlers came out firing on all cylinders early by scoring the first three goals of the game. They maintained their advantage throughout the duration of the game and held the Cannons to just nine goals.
For the Cannons, Eric Scott had his first two MLL points with a goal and an assist on the night. Kylor Bellistri had three assists in the game. Kevin Buchanan and John Uppgren both scored two goals. Davey Emala, Josh Hawkins, Sergio Perkovic and Kyle Jackson each added a goal.
Both the Rattlers and Cannons featured multiple goalies in the game due to the score. Cannons starter Tyler Fiorito struggled early on and allowed 15 goals during his time. The backup goalie for the Cannons, Jack Murphy, came in and allowed six goals in just over 22 minutes.
The Cannons defense core was missing some of its best players, as defensemen, Brandon Mullins and Matt Landis were not available along with midfielder Justin Turri.
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The final four games will give the young Cannons players a great opportunity to gel and find an offensive identity. The Boston Cannons drop to 3-7 on the season and their next game will be this upcoming Thursday on the road against the New York Lizards.