Mammoth Signings and Transactions
Building the 2019-20 Mammoth Team
The Colorado Mammoth have signed John Lintz to a one year agreement (pending league approval).
- Appeared in all 18 regular season Mammoth games in 2018-19, scooping 43 loose balls, forcing 13 caused turnovers and picking up an assist
- Three-time Champion’s Cup winner (2009 with Calgary, 2015 with Edmonton, 2016 with Saskatchewan)
- Two-Time President’s Cup winner with the St. Albert Miners Sr. B team (2016-17)
The Colorado Mammoth have signed Tyler Carlson to a two year agreement.
- Position: Goalie
- Hometown: Brampton, ON
- Has played 2108 minutes through eight seasons (2012-19), posting a 15-19 win-loss record and an average save percentage of 0.747
- Signed with the Minnesota Swarm as a free agent in 2011
- Played collegiate lacrosse at Seneca College
The Colorado Mammoth have signed Carter Dickson to a one year agreement.
- Position: Forward
- Hometown: Semiahoo, B.C.
- Signed to the Calgary Roughnecks’ practice squad on December 10, 2018 and appeared in his first NLL game five days later at Scotiabank Saddledome playing the Vancouver Warriors
- Selected by Calgary in the fourth round (45th overall) in the 2018 Entry Draft
- Played one year of NCAA Lacrosse at Saint Leo University
Colorado Mammoth have signed Scott Carnegie to a one year agreement.
- In 2018-19, appeared in all 18 regular-season games for the first time since joining the Mammoth team
- Has played 162 regular-season games in his career, joining the NLL century club on February 6, 2016
- Won a Champion’s Cup with the Calgary Roughnecks in 2009
The Colorado Mammoth have placed Zack Greer on the Active Roster from the Retired List.
The Colorado Mammoth have applied the Franchise Tag to Zack Greer.
The Colorado Mammoth have signed Jordan Gilles to a two year agreement.
- Scored the second-most goals among Mammoth defensemen (3) in 2018-19
- Set a career high of 87 loose balls in 2017-18
- 2016 Colorado Mammoth Fan Choice Award winner
The Colorado Mammoth have signed Ryan Lee to a two year agreement.
- Scored the third-most Mammoth goals (27) and assists (32) in the 2018-19 season, posting the second most points (59) on the team, and notched the third-most shorthanded goals (3) in the league
- Only player the Mammoth selected in the 2018 NLL Entry Draft (third round, 25th overall) to start the regular-season on the active roster
- Rochester Institute of Technology all-time leading scorer with 373 points (237 goals, 136 assists) and the first player in program history to surpass the 300-point barrier
The Colorado Mammoth have placed Brad Self on the Retired List.
The Colorado Mammoth have provided a qualifying offer to Dillon Ward.
The Rochester Knighthawks have traded Chris Wardle to the Colorado Mammoth in exchange for Julian Garritano and Mike Mallory.