• ALL: Benefits of the Arena Lacrosse League more important than ever
  • Steve Priolo: Yup, he’s still in the van
  • NLL: Rush get revenge, defeat Swarm 13-9
  • NLL: Rock set record in blowout win over Stealth
  • NLL rookie report: Dan Craig, Toronto Rock

ALL: Benefits of the Arena Lacrosse League more important than ever

NLL expansion is coming and the Arena Lacrosse League is preparing its players to move on up to the big leagues. Now in their second season, the ALL has seven stable teams and competition is at an all-time high. The game is fast and exciting. After three weeks of play, the defending champion Oshawa Outlaws lead the league with a 3-0 record. The much-improved Peterborough Timbermen, last-place finishers in 2017,…

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Press Release: Black Wolves move start time for Sunday’s game

Black Wolves Move Start Time, Create Full Day of New England Sports Viewing Faceoff for Jan. 21st game vs. Rochester pushed to 1 p.m.   UNCASVILLE, Conn. (January 15, 2018) – The New England Black Wolves have moved the start time of Sunday’s game with the Rochester Knighthawks up to 1 p.m. The earlier faceoff allows Black Wolves fans to catch the start of the AFC Championship game between the Patriots…

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NLL: Rush defeat Mammoth 17-12

Rush move to 4-0 – McIntosh is a 10!    In a battle of unbeaten teams, the Saskatchewan Rush (4-0) defeated the Colorado Mammoth (3-1) 17-12 in front of 11,085 screaming fans at the Pepsi Center in Denver on Saturday, January 13. The Mammoth started out quick with goals by Cupido and Stuart before Mark Matthews would get the Rush on the board. The Rush offense would then explode, scoring…

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NLL: Black Wolves bite Knighthawks 9-8

Rochester falls to 2-3 after losing both games over weekend Saturday night the New England Black Wolves (3-1) defeated the Rochester Knighthawks (2-3) 9-8 in front of 6,336 fans at Connor & Ferris Field at the Blue Cross Arena. As one team scored, the other came right back to tie the game in a typical lacrosse battle. It wasn’t until 14:13 of the second quarter when Shawn Evans scored his…

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NLL: Late push from Swarm sinks Roughnecks

A big night from Shayne Jackson paved the way for the Georgia Swarm as they defeated the Calgary Roughnecks 15-12 in front of 11,843 fans Saturday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome.  The win moves Georgia into a three-way tie for third in the Eastern Division. Calgary’s loss drops them into a tie with Vancouver for last place in the Western Division. Jackson tallied four goals and six assists for a…

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NLL: McCready gives Stealth first win

It took an extra two minutes and 12 seconds but the Vancouver Stealth finally have their first win of the 2018 season, defeating the Buffalo Bandits 11-10 in sudden death overtime at KeyBank Center on Saturday night. Joel McCready scored the game winner, beating two defenders in front of Bandits’ goaltender Alex Buque, to improve the Stealth’s record to 1-4. Buffalo led 3-0 after the first quarter but a natural…

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NLL: More domination for Rock in 17-9 win

Is scoring an insane amount of goals the new normal for the Toronto Rock? They sure hope so. The Rock defeated the Rochester Knighthawks 17-9 on Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre in their third consecutive win, and third consecutive game scoring over 15 goals after  beating the Bandits 20-13 and the Stealth 24-7. The Knighthawks came into the game after failing 14-11 in Georgia’s banner-raising home opener after…

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Steve Priolo: Yup, he’s still in the van

Buffalo Bandits’ captain Steve Priolo captivated the (lacrosse) world this past summer when he chose to live in his van while he played for the Victoria Shamrocks of the Western Lacrosse Association. It’s winter now, and he’s still living in it. Sometimes. For those unfamiliar with Victoria, B.C., its climate is pretty hospitable. Because it’s on the ocean, there aren’t usually too many days of extreme temperatures. It’s a better…

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US Lacrosse announces roster for FIL Men’s World Championship

U.S. national team head coach John Danowski has named the 23-player travel roster that will represent the United States in the Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s World Championship July 12-21 in Netanya, Israel. The roster was selected from the 48-member U.S. men’s national team after the Team USA Spring Premiere on Saturday at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. That was the seventh evaluation weekend for the players since Danowski was…

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