Langley-based Stealth to broadcast all nine home games on TSN Radio Vancouver

The Vancouver Stealth have partnered with TSN Radio Vancouver, to broadcast all nine home games during the 2015 National Lacrosse League regular season.

As part of the deal, Stealth fans will also be able to hear “Stealth Classified”, a weekly show heard every Saturday at 11 a.m. on TSN 1410.

“We are extremely excited to expand our relationship with TSN Radio,”  Stealth president and general manager Doug Locker said. “They continue to be a great partner for the Stealth and now, as the official broadcaster of the team, we are able to provide our fans more access to our games and news about the team.”

“We are thrilled to expand our already great relationship with the Vancouver Stealth,” said TSN Radio Vancouver program director Mike Whittingham. “Now lacrosse fans can hear the exciting NLL action live on TSN 1410.”

TSN 1410’s Stealth coverage is led by play-by-play broadcaster Jake Elliott and colour commentator Brad Challoner.

Stealth Classified is a weekly episodic radio show hosted by Elliott and Challoner, featuring interviews with players, coaches and personnel.

It’ll also take an in-depth look at the Stealth as well as a recap of the previous week in the NLL. The first episode will air on Saturday, December 6 at 11 a.m. on TSN Radio 1410.

Stealth coverage can also be heard live online by clicking here.

For details, visit the Stealth’s website by clicking here.

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