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Last season, Washington defeated Toronto 15-11 as the Stealth won their first championship in franchise history.
Jack Reid has played in seven games with the Boston Blazers and has 17 loose balls.
Jeff Zywicki continues to be on the injured list with the Washington Stealth. He played in the season opener and had three goals and two assists before suffering a lower body injury.
The Herald in Everett reports: the 2005 UMass alum is "ahead of schedule" and could potentially come off the injured reserve on Feb. 23 with the team looking at a March 5 return date as more possible.
Here are a few stories on the game with mentions of Zywicki:
• Seattle Times: Washington Stealth opens lacrosse season with victory
• Denver Post (with quotes from Zywicki): Mammoth lose home opener as power play lifts Stealth
• Everett Herald: Stealth win on Duch's OT goal
• Bleacher Report: Stealth Begin Championship Defense With 'Mammoth' Win: NLL Week 1 Recap
Zywicki was hurt in the opener and didn't play in Sunday's loss to Calgary. Zywicki took a hard knock during that game and was scratched from Sunday's contest. "We're not quite sure what's happing there yet," Coach Chris Hall said of Zywicki's injury. "... He's so key to our power play at times and our power play was pretty average tonight at best."
With the Boston Blazers, Jack Reid had a groundball and won a face-off in a 10-6 road win at the Philadelphia Wings on Saturday.
2005 grad and All-American Jeff Zywicki is back with the Washington Stealth after winning the NLL title last season. He finished the 2010 regular season with 30 goals and 41 assists for 71 points and grabbed 41 loose balls. He scored nine goals and added four assists and eight loose balls in the playoffs.
Boston plays at the Philadelphia Wings on Saturday while Washington hosts Calgary on Sunday.