By Rich Thompson | [email protected] | Boston HeraldJune 28, 2019 at 4:00 pm The Boston Cannons (3-0) are off to their best start in franchise history, but a huge test waits on Saturday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy. The Cannons will host the reigning MLL champion Denver Outlaws (3-1), in a battle for first place. The Cannons are coming off an 18-11 beatdown victory over the New York Lizards. The Outlaws beat the Lizards in their season opener at New York, as well. “This definitely is one of those yardstick games,” said Cannons head coach Sean Quirk. “They are a very talented team top to bottom on offense, defense in the faceoff box and goal and they are playing well. “Right after the (Lizards) game the guys were psyched to spend some time with each other and celebrated a win. But they got right back at it to get ready for Denver because they know this is a big test. “This is the biggest test of this season, but they are hungry for it.” The Outlaws played their first three games on the road. After taking down the Lizards, the Outlaws split a two-game set at Atlanta. The… Read full this story
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