The Rocky View Rage lacrosse team are back on the floor and playing their Cochrane home opener on Saturday (May 11) at 1 p.m. in Totem Two of the SLS Centre.

The team is 2-2 after four games and are returning from a particularly injury-ridden north division swing that will shorten their bench. 

That may give them trouble with the visiting Southern Alberta Chaos, who have started hot this season, but head coach Reese Sellwood believes they can find a way to win.

"We've kind of gotten unlucky in our first four games, had quite a few guys get hurt and stuff, so it might be a little bit rough, but yeah, we're still looking forward to it and we think we can definitely still put something together and scrap all the win," says Sellwood.

The Jr. B Tier 2 team started their season with a pair of wins against the Axemen (10-9) and Heat (13-8)

On a rare northern swing, the undefeated Lakeland Heat shut the door on the Rage, 12-0. The Rage lost the next day to the Sylvan Lake Yetti, 14-3.

Sellwood says two of their players sustained concussions and it will be a game day decision as to whether they are able to play. Another Rage broke his arm and is out for the season.

The Rage will have to keep close check on Chaos Austin Sheen, who leads scoring in the south division by eight points. He's recently been named player of the week after accumulating 24 points in just three games.

The Rage are in Didsbury on Sunday to play the Stingers.