Nationals Trade for Martin Cahill

February 10, 2013

The Hamilton Nationals announced yesterday evening that they have acquired midfielder Martin Cahill from the Boston Cannons in return for their fifth round draft pick in the 2014 MLL Collegiate Draft. Cahill, who had played with the Rochester Rattlers, was traded to Boston after a disappointing start to last season. The midfielder was shipped to the Cannons for long bomb shooter Brad Ross who continued to be productive with the…

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Justin Otto Speaks on Signing in Rhode Island

February 9, 2013

Yesterday we saw the Baltimore Bombers make some moves, one of which was releasing forward Justin Otto. Otto then signed with the Rhode Island Kingfish. Already playing in Boston last season, Otto is ready to be back in New England. “I’m excited to be apart of the new organization. They have some great talent on the floor and can be a very good team once everything gels.” Otto had been…

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Synowiez Traded to Rhode Island; Otto Signs As Well

February 8, 2013

The Baltimore Bombers and Rhode Island Kingfish got busy on Thursday afternoon, making a trade and a few more transactions. In what can be said to be the first trade in North American Lacrosse League history, the Bombers sent James Synowiez to the Kingfish for a fifth round draft pick next season. Synowiez has two goals so far this season with Baltimore, who play Rhode Island on Saturday night. Meanwhile,…

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Kingfish 0-3 But Spirits Not Down

February 7, 2013

The Rhode Island Kingfish have played three games all time in the North American Lacrosse League, and they have lost them all. First they fell to Kentucky by three, then Baltimore by four and finally, Boston by 13. “Our confidence is not an issue.” says goaltender Joe Evans. “No one on our team is down despite our record. Although we would have liked to come away with a W in…

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Talbot Blog: New England Matchup Leads to Boston Win

February 5, 2013

Last weekend we faced the Rhode Island Kingfish in our first matchup of the season. I was a little nervous about facing this team for two particular reasons. First of all, they had not win a game yet this season, but all their losses were in close games where they had fought until the end. I think every team in the NALL is capable of winning against anyone. Also, many…

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Rockhoppers Stay in First, Defeat Rhode Island

February 3, 2013

The Boston Rockhoppers remain in first place in the North American Lacrosse League. Now at 4-1, the Rockhoppers are ahead of the 3-2 Baltimore Bombers. Last night’s win was over the 0-3 Rhode Island Kingfish in decisive fashion, 20-7. It is the second game in a row where the ‘Hoppers scored 20 goals after they defeated Baltimore last weekend. Leading the way for the Rockhoppers in this game was Vince…

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NALL: Rockhoppers Look to Continue Streak Against Kingfish

February 2, 2013

The Boston Rockhoppers are flying high after their win against the Baltimore Bombers last week where they put up 20 goals. They face the 0-2 Rhode Island Kingfish who last played in Baltimore and lost by just three goals. Leading Boston last week was Mike Stone who scored five goals, and he also scored three against Kentucky the week before. Marty Bowes also scored three last week while Andrew Kirkaldy…

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MLL Off Season Check In: Boston Cannons

January 29, 2013

The Boston Cannons ended their 2012 campaign in disappointment as they came up short against the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the first round of the playoffs. Boston lost Jack Reid, JJ Morrissey and John Ortolani this off season, but picked up what may be the steal of the draft. We spoke to general manager Kevin Barney and head coach Steve Duffy on their thoughts on the off season. Moves Made Duffy:…

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Talbot Blog: Rockhoppers Move Into First

January 29, 2013

It’s always great to win big away games. Usually, the game plan is to keep it simple, hoping the other team tries to do too much in an effort to please their fans. As a goalie, my job is, obviously, to keep the score as low as possible but also to give some confidence to my teammates. Our last two games have been pretty similar in structure and in results,…

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