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Lizards partner with MSG Networks for 2019 season

The New York Lizards have a new television partner;  On Wednesday morning it was announced that the Lizards would partner with MSG Networks for their next ten games this season.  This schedule begins next Saturday when the Lizards are home against the Dallas Rattlers.

“The Lizards are excited for the opportunity to partner with MSG Networks, the leader in New York tri-state area sports coverage,” said Jeffrey Rudnick, New York Lizard CEO. “Being in the media capital of the world, we could not ask for a better partner to work with for showcasing our games.”

The Lizards have been looking for a legitimate television partner for years and finally found it with MSG Networks.  The full schedule for games on MSG Networks is below;

 

Saturday, June 29

Dallas Rattlers at New York Lizards

7:30pm

Sunday, July 7

New York Lizards at Atlanta Blaze

4:00pm

Thursday, July 11

Boston Cannons at New York Lizards

12:00pm

Saturday, July 20

New York Lizards at Chesapeake Bayhawks

7:00pm

Saturday, August 3

New York Lizards at Chesapeake Bayhawks

7:00pm

Sunday, August 4

Chesapeake Bayhawks at New York Lizards

5:00pm

Saturday, August 10

New York Lizards at Dallas Rattlers

8:00pm

Saturday, August 17

Atlanta Blaze at New York Lizards

7:00pm

Saturday, August 24

New York Lizards at Denver Outlaws

9:00pm

Saturday, August 31

New York Lizards at Dallas Rattlers

8:00pm

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Chris Passarelli
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