Mann Cup: Lakers win in six

Peterborough minor lacrosse graduates with the Mann Cup (and Turner Evans' mama!) Photo: Anna Taylor
September 26, 2017

The Peterborough Lakers captured their sixth Mann Cup since 2004 on September 15 at Queen’s Park Arena in New Westminster, defeating the host Salmonbellies four games to two. The Lakers came back from a 2-0 deficit to win four straight games. “That’s a great lacrosse team,” said first-time Mann Cup winner Curtis Dickson about the Salmonbellies. “They were WLA champs for a reason. They came ready to play. We came…

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Mann Cup: Three wins in a row for Lakers

Brock Sorensen of the Peterborough Lakers defends against the New Westminster Salmonbellies in the 2017 Mann Cup. (Photo credit: Kendall Taylor)
September 15, 2017

Going down 2-0 in the Mann Cup series was a wake-up call for the Peterborough Lakers. They roared back, winning three games in a row to put the New Westminster Salmonbellies on the edge of defeat. The Lakers took game five on Wednesday night by a close 11-10 score. New West has proven to be dangerous in the third period, especially late with an extra-attacker on the floor, but the…

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Mann Cup: Lakers back in it

Shawn Evans and Mark Steenhuis mix it up with the New Westminster Salmonbellies in the 2017 Mann Cup. (Photo credit: Kendall Taylor)
September 12, 2017

There was no way Peterborough Century 21 Lakers were going to lose a third game in a row. That didn’t happen all summer long. They only lost four games total over three months. So it was a determined Lakers squad that took the floor for game three of the Mann Cup at Queen’s Park Arena in New Westminster on Monday night and came out with a 13-12 win. They came…

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Mann Cup: ‘Bellies up 2-0

Anthony Malcolm of the New Westminster Salmonbellies during game two of the 2017 Mann Cup.
September 11, 2017

The New Westminster Salmonbellies took a two games to none lead over the visiting Peterborough Lakers on Saturday night in game two of the 2017 Mann Cup series at Queen’s Park Arena with a 13-8 win. While the Lakers and their fans are probably shocked at the current state of things (this author included), the Salmonbellies sure aren’t. “I don’t know if we expected it but that was our goal,…

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Mann Cup: Salmonbellies draw first blood

Logan Schuss of the New Westminster Salmonbellies is guarded by Robert Hope of the Peterborough Lakers during the 2017 Mann Cup. (Photo credit: Kendall Taylor)
September 9, 2017

The New Westminster Salmonbellies made good use of their time off between their WLA final win over the Victoria Shamrocks and game one of the Mann Cup versus the Peterborough Lakers. The Salmonbellies came out on fire Friday night at Queens Park Arena, weathered a second period storm to tie the game in the third and eventually win in overtime 12-10 over the MSL champion Lakers. The Lakers defeated the…

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Mann Cup: Series Even So Far Between Chiefs and Burrards

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September 12, 2016

People in the East were salivating over the fact that the Mann Cup was coming back “home”. Whispers around the rinks were that the West just wasn’t strong this season. All the talent came back to the MSL this season, so the WLA champion would really just be an also-ran in the Mann Cup. The Maple Ridge Burrards are certainly proving that false. After two games against the Six Nations…

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Mann Cup: Chiefs Play Host to Burrards Following Historic Series Win

MSL champion Six Nations Chiefs. (Photo: Anna Taylor)
September 9, 2016

They’re calling it the “reverse sweep.” When the Six Nations Chiefs completed their improbable comeback from an 0-3 deficit to the Peterborough Lakers in the MSL final this past weekend, they made history. No senior Ontario lacrosse team had been down three games in a series to come back and win four straight games until 2016. The Chiefs looked down and out after game three but an 8-1 win in…

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Langley and Nanaimo Face Off in WCSLA Championship

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August 7, 2016

The 2016 WCSLA Championship kicked off with a matinee on the carpet as the Langley Warriors get set to host the Nanaimo Timbermen at the Langley Events Centre yesterday. The best-of-five series will decide both the WCSLA champion and the team that will represent BC at the 2016 President’s Cup, which runs from Aug. 29 to Sept. 4. Both teams earned the right to get to the finals with big semi-final…

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WSCLA Regular Season Closing Out

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July 13, 2016

Only two games remain in the WCSLA regular season schedule, and although it would set up to be a much more dramatic night if both games had major implications in how the playoff landscape will shape up, it won’t be that way. The North Shore Indians are riding a wave of form that hasn’t been matched by many teams in BC’s Senior B circuit. They have won six straight after…

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Around the WCSLA: North Shore’s Run Led by Bold

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June 29, 2016

North Shore’s improbable playoff push was given another boost on the weekend, after the Indians came up with two big wins over the Langley Warriors and Coquitlam Adanacs. On the tails of signing former NLL Goalie of the Year Aaron Bold to backstop them to potential provincial glory, Shore is now 4-7 and just a game back of Victoria and Coquitlam in the WCSLA standings. They squeaked out a 10-9…

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