Chicago Outlaws Name Exhibition Head Coach

July 27, 2012

The Chicago Outlaws have signed Geoff Conn to coach them during their offseason pro exhibition season. ” There are two crucial pieces that need to be in  place for box lacrosse to be successful in the U.S. The first is Coaching and the  second is goal tending.” said Brendan Gorman the captain of the Chicago  Outlaws. Coach Conn seemed like an obvious choice after serving as assistant  coach for Team…

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Rhode Island Kingfish the Newest NALL Team

July 26, 2012

The North American Lacrosse League has announced an expansion team in Kingston, Rhode Island today. They will be the fourth member of the league for the 2013 season. The Rhode Island Kingfish will join the Kentucky Stickhorses, Boston Rockhoppers and Lehigh Valley Flying Dutchmen.  Via the NALL website: “This announcement is meaningful in many ways, primarily in that the League continues to move forward in its expansion,” says Mr. Caruso. “We…

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Vincent Talbot Blog: Playoffs for the Voyageurs

July 26, 2012

It is playoff time for the Voyageurs! Last Tuesday was the first game of the best of three semi-final series against the Montreal Phoenix.  We knew this one was going to be difficult for a couple of reasons. First of all the Phoenix is a very competitive team that won’t give you an inch. I’ve read many articles this year talking about how much they’ve improved with stronger offense and…

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Andrew Kirkaldy Ready for Season With Rascals

July 26, 2012

Two days ago, Andrew Kirkaldy was traded from the Jacksonville Bullies to the New Jersey Rascals for Brett Moyer. I spoke with Kirkaldy last night about the deal, and here is what he had to say. When did you hear of the trade? I heard about the trade from Paul Stewart. We had conversations the night before on how we could make this trade legal, which would help the league…

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PLL College Draft Features Big Names

July 25, 2012

Coming into the first ever Professional Lacrosse League draft few knew what to expect when it came to the players that would be selected. The four members of the league showed that they were going big or going home, drafting some of the biggest young names in American lacrosse. Charlotte had the first overall selection and used the pick on Sam Bradman of Salisbury. Bradman scored 99 points this season…

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Brendan Gorman, Chicago Outlaws Owner, Attempts Making an NLL Roster

July 25, 2012

Brendan Gorman is the owner of the Chicago Outlaws in the Midwest Indoor Lacrosse Association. He has played lacrosse for team Ireland, and now he is attempting to make an NLL squad at 38 years old. “When I first started playing men’s club ball or coaching youth and high school lacrosse, I would always get the question you know the infamous question that would always follow a 90+ mph shot…

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Bullies and Rascals Make First PLL Trade

July 24, 2012

Yesterday the New Jersey Rascals picked up their first players, and it did not take long for the team to trade the rights to one of them away. The Rascals and the Jacksonville Bullies made the first trade in league history, with Jersey trading the rights to Brett Moyer in exchange for Andrew Kirkaldy and a second round pick in tonight’s collegiate draft. Moyer, a defenseman, played in 10 games…

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Meet the MILA: Grand Rapids Dragonfish

July 24, 2012

One of the organizations in the Midwest Indoor Lacrosse Association is the Grand Rapids Dragonfish, today we take a look at them and their organization after talking to their owner Russell King. 1. What is the organizational goal? We want to go about treating this team in the most professional manner. We run tryouts then 4 weeks of practices then get into the season. Our goals are to spread, teach…

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PLL Dispersal Draft Helps Shape Rosters

July 24, 2012

Last night the Professional Lacrosse League held their dispersal draft to disperse the players of the Pennsylvania Shamrocks and Pennsylvania Haymakers onto the four teams that will be playing in the 2013 season. Three of the teams, Reading, New Jersey, and Charlotte, took advantage of the opportunity and added a few players to their arsenal. The first five rounds had only the two newest teams, Reading and Jersey, making selections….

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QSLL Playoffs Start This Week

With all of the playoff news surrounding the MLL, MSL, WLA and CanAm leagues, one league we have not talked about is the Quebec Senior Lacrosse League, and their playoffs start this week. Here is the playoff matchups for the league. The winner of this series will play the Kahawake Mohawks. Tuesday, July 24, 2012 Vermont Voyageurs vs. Montreal Phoenix 8:00 PM Bill Durnan Arena   Friday, July 27, 2012 Montreal Phoenix vs. Vermont Voyageurs 8:00…

July 23, 2012
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