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#6 John Lintz

JOHN LINTZ

Nickname:  JL
Position: Defense
Shoots: Left     
Height:
6’3"     
Weight:
210 lbs.     
Born:
June 25, 1986
Hometown: Edmonton, AB
Years played in the NLL: 5
Previous NLL teams: Calgary Roughnecks
Occupation: Teacher               
College/University:
University of Alberta, Grant MacEwan
Hobbies: Basketball and Music
Twitter: @jbml06

LAX FACTS

Pre-game ritual: Nap and a stretch.
Pre-game meal: Brown rice with pasta sauce and chicken.
Favourite place on Earth: Showers after a big win! 
Favourite lacrosse memory: The WIN streak.
Favourite karaoke song: Simply the Best- Tina Turner 
Can't live without: Cereal
Biggest on-field rival: Calgary Roughnecks 
Worst injury: Gout!
Hidden talent: Piano 
Best advice: See the good in everything and everyone.
Biggest pet peeve: Slow Drivers. 
Idol: My Dad.

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2014 Season Highlights:

*Picked up one assist and four loose balls in the Rush’s 13-10 win over Colorado

*Grabbed season-high eight loose balls plus two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 17-6 win over Colorado

*Earned one assist plus four loose balls in Edmonton’s 14-9 victory in Minnesota

*Racked up season-high five forced turnovers in the Rush’s 11-10 win over Toronto

*Notched one assist plus four loose balls and one forced turnovers in the Rush’s 15-7 win in Calgary

*Garnered five loose balls and three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 14-5 win over Buffalo

*Scooped seven loose balls along with one forced turnover in Edmonton’s 13-10 win in Toronto

*Grabbed four loose balls and three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 12-11 win over Colorado

*Scored first goal the year with unassisted marker to go with five loose balls in the Rush’s 12-11 loss to Calgary in Game 1 of the West Division Final

*Registered two loose balls and three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 15-13 win over Calgary in Game 2 of the West Division Final

Career Highlights: Named Fan’s Choice Award winner for the Rush in 2014.