The Vancouver Stealth have announced the retirement of veteran forward Lewis Ratcliff. As one of the most accomplished players in league history, Ratcliff played in the National Lacrosse League for 14 seasons and finishes his legendary career with 1,040 points including 472 goals and 568 assists in 212 combined NLL regular season and playoff games.

“Lewis has accomplished so much in his great career and it has been an absolute pleasure to have him as a member of our organization over the past six seasons,” said Stealth president and general manager Doug Locker. “He gave our fans a lot of exciting memories and was instrumental in our 2010 NLL Championship. There is no doubt in my mind that Lewis will be a Hall of Famer in the not too distant future.”

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