Chaos

Atlas vs. Chaos Week 10 Albany Recap

A desperate team is a dangerous one. With their backs against the wall and facing the worst odds of making the playoffs, Atlas has now delivered dominating performances in consecutive weeks and are now the favorites to clinch one of the two final playoff spots.
Joe Keegan's 10 Man Ride Week 8 San Jose

10 Man Ride: Week 9 Hamilton

1. Whips midfielders dodging decisively The Whipsnakes – excuse me, “Clinchsnakes” – midfielders are all carbon copies of each other. They can unleash shots on the run with either hand. Because of their two-handedness, they have a tendency to rollback repeatedly. Those staircase dodges work well against slow-to-go defenses like the Chrome. Against a defense that helps early like the Redwoods, those midfielders need to drive one side decisively and move the ball after drawing a slide.
Joe Keegan's 10 Man Ride Week 8 San Jose

10 Man Ride: Week 8 San Jose

1. Jake Froccaro to Myles Jones Every team in PLL seems to be moving towards initiating from the wings – especially with pairs. The Chaos’ wrinkle: Keeping a stretch shooter near the top of the arc.

Whipsnakes LC vs. Chaos LC Week 7 Denver Recap

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park sits at 5,200 feet above sea level in Commerce City, Colorado, on aptly named 6000 Victory Way. Chaos didn’t seem to mind the altitude and avenged their Week 1 overtime loss to the Whipsnakes. In a rematch of the two top clubs, Chaos pulled out the 13-12 victory.
Joe Keegan's 10 Man Ride Week 8 San Jose

10 Man Ride: Week 7 Denver

1. Connor Fields vs. Tim Muller, Round 2 In their Week 1 matchup, the Whips trusted Tim Muller on an island against Connor Fields. They didn’t slide. If Fields beat Muller by himself, then he earned the goal. The Whips would live with that. Sliding to Fields (2G, 1A) leads to much scarier stepdown looks for Deemer Class (3G) and company.
Joe Keegan's 10 Man Ride Week 8 San Jose

10 Man Ride: All-Star Edition

1. Paul Rabil’s around the world dime I heard this pass was No. 2 on SportsCenter Top 10. I’m not sure what the No. 1 play was, but I’m assuming that Andrew Benintendi must have leapt 37 feet high to rob a home run in front of the Green Monster. Anything less than that is certainly not greater than this.

Chrome LC vs. Chaos LC Week 6 Recap

The Sunday game from the Nation’s Capital was an offensive explosion. Each member of Chrome and Chaos came out to play, and the goals were spread out amongst some of the PLL’s top stars. Although last weekend resulted in an OT Chaos win, the rematch today was stunningly different.

The Origin Of The Bomb Squad

Consisting of defenseman Jarrod Neumann, LSM Matt Rees, and midfielder Jake Froccaro, the squad gives opposing goalies nightmares. The trio have accounted for a league best eight two-pointers and embody their club’s run and gun style. Neumann plays like he just drank a gallon of espresso and often transforms post-win huddles into chest bump battles with Head Coach Andy Towers. Froccaro wears a gold chain that’s so big that Neumann said it has its own personality. Rees, who is a Naval Communications Officer and quiet by comparison to his squad members, prefers to let his shots make all the noise. He was the only Bomb Squad member who didn’t compete in the fastest shot contest during All-Star weekend, which Neumann won when he clocked 115 mph.