Quinn Powless on Pace to Be Ready For 2016

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August 29, 2015

The New England Black Wolves have plenty of pieces that they did not have in the middle of last season. Andrew Suitor and Garrett Billings will begin their first full seasons as Black Wolves, but another member of the team has a chance to make an impact. Quinn Powless, a first round pick by New England in last year’s draft, was on fire before he was injured for the remainder…

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Could Black Wolves Have Dynamic Offense?

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August 22, 2015

The New England Black Wolves roster looks far different than it did at the midpoint of the 2015 season. With the mid season additions of Garrett Billings and Andrew Suitor, the Black Wolves have an identifiable core that they lacked. The return of Quinn Powless from his ACL tear and the additions of rookies will also shape the way the team looks. Several players broke out with the Black Wolves in…

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One on One With Boston Cannons GM Kevin Barney

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August 19, 2015

I would like to welcome Kevin Barney the Vice President and General Manager of the Boston Cannons. First and foremost thank you for taking time to answer our questions today. You have a very impressive New England sports background with the Patriots and the revolution. What drew you to the MLL? I became a lacrosse fan at Springfield College. They won the DIII National Championship my freshman year and I…

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Could NLL Head To Worcester?

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August 16, 2015

The National Lacrosse League has already seen two relocations this offseason, but that doesn’t mean expansion talk has ceased. Edmonton and Minnesota, who both lost teams, are still prime locations. The league has been looking at Philadelphia again, and there have been talks of teams in Long Island, Montreal, Nashville, and Las Vegas. A new potential location emerged this week when the Telegram.com had a report about the DCU Center…

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What the Black Wolves Need This Offseason

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August 7, 2015

In the Black Wolves’ inaugural season, things started out strong with wins in their first two games.  Unfortunately for New England fans, the Black Wolves would only win two more games before finishing in last place.  The season also ended with Head Coach Blane Harrison resigning due to personal commitments.  This is not to say that things are all doom and gloom for the new franchise. Even though new coach…

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Black Wolves Match Bandits Offer to Pat Saunders

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August 6, 2015

After the Buffalo Bandits made an offer to restricted free agent Pat Saunders earlier in the week, but it appears he will not be going anywhere. After matching the Bandits offer, the New England Black Wolves will retain forward Pat Saunders on a two year deal. Saunders, who spent time with Philadelphia, broke out last season with New England. The former sixth round pick from Chicago scored 68 points which…

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Lizards Stun Cannons in OT To Head to Finals

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August 2, 2015

The last time the New York Lizards reached the MLL Championship was 2010 when they lost 13-9 to rival Chesapeake Bayhawks. Now the Lizards find themselves in the Championship game once again, this time against in-state rival Rochester Rattlers, but it certainly wasn’t easy as they had to defeat the Boston Cannons in overtime 16-15 to get to this point. The Cannons wanted to come out of gates strong, and…

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Black Wolves Re-Sign Kevin Buchanan, Ryan Hotaling

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August 1, 2015

  The New England Black Wolves retained two of their restricted free agents this week when they re-signed Kevin Buchanan and Ryan Hotaling to one year contracts. The Black Wolves, who missed the playoffs in 2015, will start with a far different roster than they began with last year. With Andrew Suitor and Garrett Billings to build around, Hotaling and Buchanan are both important pieces as a part of that…

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Machine Secure Second Seed With Boston Win

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July 26, 2015

After defeating Boston (8-6) for the second time in three weeks, Ohio (9-5) will ride a three game winning streak into the playoffs as the Machine beat the Cannons 17-16 on Saturday night in front of 2,731 fans at Selby Stadium in Delaware, Ohio. Five goals from five different Ohio players put the Machine up 5-3 after 15 minutes of play. Ohio’s Marcus Holman, along with Boston’s Joe Nardella and…

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Cannons and Machine Duke it Out for Home Field

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July 25, 2015

Playoff teams are locked in, and the Cannons and Machine will battle for home-field advantage this Saturday. Boston is coming off an overtime thriller at Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium last Thursday, as Max Seibald’s game-winner catapulted the Cannons into the playoffs. With New York securing the top seed, spots 2-4 are for the taking. The Cannons currently sit tied for second place at 8-5. To secure a home game the…

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