Black Wolves Place Suitor On Season-Ending Injured Reserve

UNCASVILLE, Conn. (April 28, 2015) – The New England Black Wolves have placed transition player Andrew Suitor on season-ending injured reserve after he suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament.

Acquired by the Black Wolves on March 30th, Suitor was injured in the third quarter of New England’s game at Toronto on April 17th. In four games for the Black Wolves, Suitor recorded five points on one goal and four assists with 28 loose balls and three caused turnovers.

The 2012 NLL Transition Player of the Year, Suitor has recorded 80 points (43 goals, 37 assists) in his NLL career while scooping up 456 loose balls and causing 90 turnovers. He led the league in penalty minutes in 2014 with 73 and in 2012 with 74.  The fourth overall pick by the Swarm in the 2010 NLL Entry Draft, Suitor was a member of the 2011 NLL All-Rookie Team as well as the 2012 NLL All-Pro First Team and the West All-Star Team in 2012.

The Black Wolves are in action next on Friday, May 1st against the Toronto Rock at Mohegan Sun Arena. Game time is set for 7 p.m. ET. For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 1-844-LAX-WOLF (529.9653) or visit blackwolves.com.