Around the WCSLA: June 3

June 3, 2016

The WCSLA regular season is fully underway and already two teams are trying to pull ahead of the pack. Even though the Langley Warriors suffered their first loss of the season to the Nanaimo Timbermen on the weekend, Langley and the Ladner Pioneers sit at the top of the WCSLA standings. Although Ladner has only played five games, they have one of the best goal differentials in the league (28…

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MSL Draft Recap: Cobourg Kodiaks

January 29, 2016


After a very disappointing season, the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks(now based in Cobourg) had an opportunity to select players in the draft that are able to make an immediate impact and it looks like general manager Steve Dietrich did exactly that. 

With the first pick overall, the Kodiaks selected 2015 OLA Jr.A breakout player John St. John. The Toronto Beaches product netted an impressive 92 points in 2015, which helped him get…

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Arrows Dominate 2015 NLL Draft

October 5, 2015

The back-to-back Minto Cup champion Six Nations Arrows had many former and one current player get drafted to the NLL last Monday, with most of the players helping win the Minto Cup and some last playing with the team back in 2012.  Some of these guys’ fans already know from their winning ways during the summer box season or from playing college in the NJCAA and NCAA. Randy Staats was…

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Adanacs Punch Ticket to Minto

August 10, 2015

The Coquitlam Adanacs are adding a second leg of travel on their quest for a Minto Cup championship after sweeping Alberta’s Okotoks Raiders in three games to win the Western Canadian Finals on Saturday night. After two close games in which both teams felt each other out and with just three goals separating them through game two, Coquitlam put on a dominant display of defence and goaltending en route to a…

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Rebels Get Past Orangeville to Advance to Ontario Finals

August 4, 2015

The Six Nations Rebels are still alive in their chase of a fifth straight Founders Cup Championship. After Six Nations swept their opponents in the first two rounds, Orangeville became the Rebels contender for the Ontario semifinals. After games One and Two Six Nations took the 2-0 series lead and it looked like it would be another series sweep. But Orangeville got the 8-3 road win in game Three and…

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Ontario Junior “A” Finals Preview

July 31, 2015

The OLA Junior “A” Finals are set to kick off on Sunday evening in Six Nations, as the top seeded Arrows will take on the second seeded Peterborough Lakers, in what is expected to be one of the most hotly contested Junior “A” finals in years. After a 2015 regular season that saw tremendous parity throughout the league, the playoffs have been much more predictable as the top two seeds…

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OJBLL Conference Final Three Stars: Week 1

July 29, 2015

The Akwesasne Indians and Six Nations Rebels are just one win away from clinching their respective conference titles after opening their series with a 2-0 series stranglehold. We break down the early stages of the conference finals and select the top performers in this week’s edition of the ILWT OJBLL Three Stars. Third Star: Joe French—Oakville Buzz
 Joe French has taken his game to the next level during the Oakville…

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Rebels Take Game 1 of OJBLL West Finals

July 25, 2015

Danton Miller netted a hat trick including the game winner as the Six Nations Rebels knocked off the Orangeville Northmen to jump out to a 1-0 lead in the OJBLL West Finals last night at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. Miller also chipped in with an assist for a four point night. Miller now has 28 points in the 2015 postseason, tied for tenth among all playoff scorers. Leading the way…

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OLA Junior “A” Round 2 Playoff Preview

July 20, 2015

Following one round of OLA Junior “A” playoff action, the four top teams from the regular season remain. The top seeded and defending Minto Cup Champion Six Nations Arrows made quick work of the eighth seeded Burlington Chiefs, sweeping them four games to zero. However despite the four game sweep, the Chiefs gave Six Nations everything they could handle, almost stealing games on two occasions. The second seeded Peterborough Lakers…

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OLA Junior “A” Playoff Preview

July 8, 2015

After one of the most exciting regular seasons of OLA Junior “A” lacrosse in recent memory, the playoffs are set to kick off on Thursday evening. However before we get to the playoff preview, it’s important to recognize the parity throughout the league this season. The Mimico Moutaineers won five games and tied one this season, for 11 points, after winning just one game in the last three seasons. Meanwhile…

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