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Pat’s PLL Preview – Week 4 Minneapolis

After a long bye week, the teams are eager to get back on the field, and this weekend
we prepare to see if the New York Atlas can maintain their undefeated record. We
also see the Utah Archers trying to stay on top in the Western Conference. The
California Redwoods and the Philadelphia Waterdogs are still looking for their first win.

Friday June 28, 7/930 p.m., ESPN+

The New York Atlas will face the Maryland Whipsnakes. The Whipsnakes are looking to even out their record and walk away to day with a win, taking down the only undefeated team. They may face some challenges on the defensive side of the field going up against the three top attack man in the league; Jeff
Teat, Connor Shellenberger, and Xander Dickson. At 9:30 p.m., the Boston Cannons will take on the Utah Archers. The Archers have help with Brett Dobson in net with a season save percentage of 60.7%. The Cannons are looking to continue their win streak and move to a 3-1 record.

Saturday June 29, 6/830 p.m., ESPN2/ESPN+

The following day the California Redwoods play the Denver Outlaws followed by the Philadelphia Waterdogs who will try to gain their first win this season against the Carolina Chaos. The Redwoods are going to face a big defensive challenge as they go up against the high-performing rookie, Brennan O’Neill. Last game, O’Neill had a 9 point game, sealing the win against the Archers in overtime. The Chaos are hoping to bounce back from their two previous losses and get their third win, while the
Waterdogs are fighting for their first.

While the New York Atlas and the Utah Archers are playing from the top of their conferences, the Redwoods and Waterdogs are playing for their chance to get their first win of the season. The Chaos want to bounce back from two consecutive losses and keep the Waterdogs winless.