Thunder fry Salmonbellies 10-5

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June 28, 2012

On Wednesday night the Langley Thunder were back in action as they took on their rivals the New Westminster Salmonbellies. This was the second meeting between these two teams. Langley won the first game 12-8. The game began with Langley flexing their offensive muscle as despite only having 6 shots in the first period Langley were able to build a 4-0 lead. New Westminster though could not get their offense…

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Redmen Take on Lakers at MSL Halfway Point

After the Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks made a mess of the MSL standings Tuesday night by defeating the Six Nations Chiefs, the Brooklin Redmen started their week at home to the Ajax Rock. The game was the first in two nights for the Redmen as they’ll also travel to Peterborough to take on the Lakers Thursday night (more on this game later). With Kitchener jumping into a tie for third overall Tuesday…

June 28, 2012
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Kodiaks Stun Chiefs at Home in MSL

Concerning Tuesday night’s Major Series Lacrosse matchup between the Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks and the Six Nations Chiefs, a wise man once said “The Kodiaks have a chance to take this on home floor” and “The winning team may only need six [goals].” Oh wait, that was me. And, oh wait, I was right. Shameless gloating aside, the two teams, at least on paper, did not match up well at all. Logic dictated…

June 27, 2012
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Kevin Iwanusa Blog: USIL Devo Team vs the Voyageurs

As I write this its 4am Monday morning and I’m waiting for my flight back to Charlotte, a little early to say the least, but I have to work this morning and it’s not too strange of an occurrence for lacrosse players trying to maximize their chance to play at every opportunity. Especially indoor players, a high level box lacrosse game summertime in Charlotte doesn’t just find you. So myself…

June 27, 2012
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Chiefs and Kodiaks Preview

Mere days before the halfway point of the Major Series Lacrosse season, both the Six Nations Chiefs and the Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks are where many expected them to be in the standings. Kitchener has been in a number of games but has just two wins sitting them two points up on last place Ajax. Meanwhile, strong all year the Chiefs have but one loss on their record (6-5 to Brampton who…

June 26, 2012
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OLA Junior B Eastern Playoffs Look In

The long treacherous road to the Founders Cup began as the 2012 OJBLL playoffs got underway this weekend. With the majority of the favorites to win the Founders this year being from Ontario; including the host Six Nations Rebels, the outcome of the OJBLL playoffs will be vital to see the set up for the Canadian Championship. First we will take a look at the East and what has happened…

June 26, 2012
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WLA Weekend Recap

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June 25, 2012

This past weekend there were two games on the WLA schedule the first was on Saturday as the Coquitlam Adanacs faced off against the Langley Thunder and the second was on Sunday as the Nanaimo Timbermen faced off against the Maple Ridge Burrards. The first matchup of the weekend matched  the Coquitlam Adanacs against the Langley Thunder. These two teams have met twice so far this season with each team…

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Beaches Lose Again, In a Must Win Situation

The Toronto Beaches Junior A lacrosse club has not hosted a playoff game in eight years. All season long players have been talking about the prospect of finally bursting that bubble. Sitting two points back of the final spot, and without the tie breaker, the Beaches found themselves in “must-win” mode Sunday night against the Kitchener/Waterloo Braves. Beaches forward Allister Warren said even though the final games are important, “It’s…

June 25, 2012
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Whitby Warriors Weekend Recap

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June 24, 2012

This weekend the Whitby Warriors took on the Six Nations Arrows in back to back games on Saturday and Sunday night. These were two big games for both teams as they were  battling for first place going into Saturday night’s game. The winner of these two games would improve their position in the OJALL with the season quickly coming to a close. On Saturday night Whitby defeated Six Nations 11-7…

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2012 NLL Draft Prospects: Carter Bender

In Lacrosse We Trust is your home for the top news on prospects in the NLL and MLL. We will take a look at at least one NLL draft prospect each week until the 2012 NLL draft.  Carter Bender is already a pro, playing with the Rochester Rattlers of Major League Lacrosse. Playing his college ball with the Hartford Hawks, Bender is actually a native of Caledon, Ontario. Bender also…

June 23, 2012
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