DENVER -- The Denver Outlaws had never defeated the Boston Cannons in the Mile High City.
Until Friday night.
The team reversed that trend with authority, handing the Cannons a 24-14 defeat with the help of six multiple-goal performances and four two-point goals to tie the second-highest scoring output in franchise history.
Since the team's inception in 2006, Denver dropped the first five games that it played against Boston at home. Friday's victory lifted the Outlaws to 5-0, giving them a franchise-record 11th conseuctive regular-season win. The Cannons, who fell to the Outlaws on May 11 in Boston, dropped to 1-4 with the loss.
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