Pittsburgh CrosseFire

The Pittsburgh CrosseFire were a member of the National Lacrosse League during the 2000 NLL season. They were based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The franchise started out as the Baltimore Thunder before moving to Pittsburgh. After a single season, they moved again to Washington,[1] becoming the Washington Power. After two years in Washington, they moved west to Denver, becoming the Colorado Mammoth.

Pittsburgh CrosseFire
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Based inPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
ArenaPittsburgh Civic Arena
Colorsred, black
FormerlyBaltimore Thunder
LaterWashington Power

All time RecordEdit

Season Division W-L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
2000   6-6 6th 4-2 2-4 184 164 John Tucker Missed playoffs
Total 1 season 6-6   4-2 2-4 184 164    
Game Date Opponent Location Score OT Attendance Record
1 January 8, 2000 @ New York Saints W 23–12 1–0
2 January 14, 2000 @ Albany Attack L 19–21 1–1
3 January 15, 2000 @ Rochester Knighthawks L 14–18 1–2
4 January 22, 2000 Philadelphia Wings (1987–2014) Mellon Arena W 16–15 2–2
5 January 28, 2000 Toronto Rock Mellon Arena
6 February 12, 2000 Buffalo Bandits Mellon Arena W 17–14 3–2
7 February 25, 2000 New York Saints Mellon Arena
8 February 26, 2000 @ Philadelphia Wings (1987–2014) W 14–8 4–2
9 March 10, 2000 Rochester Knighthawks Mellon Arena
10 March 25, 2000 Syracuse Smash Mellon Arena
11 March 31, 2000 @ Toronto Rock
12 April 8, 2000 @ Syracuse Smash L 9–10 2OT 4–3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dave Mackall. "Pro lacrosse league stages Pittsburgh game". TRIB live. Retrieved August 2, 2019.