The Rumble are set for an intense rematch with the Philadelphia Spinners tonight. Are you ready to watch them go for two wins in a row?
Week 3: New York Rumble (1-1) at Philadelphia Spinners (0-2)
When: April 26, 2014 at 7 p.m. EST
Where: Colonial Stadium | Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, Plymouth Meeting, Penn.
Colonial Stadium is just a short drive north of Philadelphia and is home to other area professional sports teams like the Philadelphia Soul and Philadelphia Fight. The stadium’s 3000 seat capacity offers plenty of room for fans to come out and cheer.
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For fans making the drive Philadelphia, there is parking available directly adjacent to the stadium.. Click here for driving directions to the stadium.
For fans looking to take public transportation, bus service on SEPTA’s L Route stops directly in front of the high school. Use the SEPTA website to plan your trip.[tb_map address=”201 E Germantown Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462″]
Dave & Busters | Delaware River Waterfront, Philadelphia
If you’re looking for post-game activities, head over to Dave and Buster’s, the Official After Party venue for the Philadelphia Spinners. Dave & Busters will offer a redeemable coupon to fans of the Spinners, one that allows customers to receive $20 of credit after buying a $20 Power Card. Don’t worry, fans sporting black, gold and green will still be welcome!
Watch on Comcast SportsNet
This game will air on Comcast SportsNet in the greater Philadelphia area on May 4 at 3 p.m. and May 5 at 9 p.m. Check your local television listings here.
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Players to Watch
Chris Mazur: While Mazur didn’t light up the stat sheet last weekend, he showed up when it mattered. Playing like an MVP should, Mazur came up with two clutch goals in overtime, including the winner in sudden death. The Spinners know that no matter the game Mazur is having, they will always have to watch out for him.
Quinn Hunziker: One of the youngest players on the team, Hunziker is already making a name for himself with his huge layout D’s. Hunziker made headlines Week 1 with his monster layout D on Boston star Jeff Graham. Flying all over the place with D’s again in Week 2, you can be sure the Philly cutters will be keeping an eye out for him when he’s on the field.
Isaac Saul: Only two games into his professional ultimate career, Saul is already making his presence felt. With 3 assists on some beautiful hucks and even a pair of goals last week, the Spinners will have to watch out deep when Saul has the disc.
Ben Faust: Known primarily for his offense, Faust currently leads the Rumble in defensive plays with five. Coming up with a vital D last week that helped the Rumble to victory, you can bet that play has been on repeat all week for the Spinners.