A Glance at the Brad Ross for Martin Cahill Trade

July 10, 2012

A few weeks ago, the Boston Cannons and Rochester Rattlers made a trade that sent Martin Cahill to the Cannons and Brad Ross to the Rattlers. Rochester has won two in a row and the Cannons are now in second place in the league overall. So far, who has won this trade? Cahill was really struggling with Rochester, with no points in five games. In his three games with Boston,…

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Machine Coach Ted Garber Extended

July 10, 2012

Today the Ohio Machine announced they will extend head coach Ted Garber for the 2013 MLL season. The Machine have had a rocky start to their MLL existence, at 1-7 on the year so far. Garber was the head coach of the Old School all star team in Florida earlier this month. Garber was an assistant coach for the Boston Cannons, Rochester Rattlers and Chicago Machine and was the head…

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Unit by Unit Breakdown: Ohio vs. Hamilton

This weekend, the Ohio Machine, for the first time this season, will be taking on the Hamilton Nationals twice. The first game will be played in Hamilton and the second in Ohio. Currently, Ohio sits in last place with a record of 1-7. This doesn’t show how hard they’ve worked this season, losing by as little as four to top teams such as Denver and Long Island. The Machine have…

July 10, 2012
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Lacrosse Radio Network: Jim Brown Interview, Wilmot Wild Game

Busy night for The Lacrosse Radio Network tonight on Channels one and three. On Channel three at 8pm, Phil Shore has four interviews from the Long Island Lizards loss to the Rochester Rattlers on Saturday. One of those interviews is Jim Brown, the now owner of the Lizards and former Syracuse lacrosse great, along with NFL hall of famer with the Cleveland Browns. He will also talk to Rob Rotanz,…

July 9, 2012
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Who Are the MLL Mid Season Award Winners? Marisa Ingemi Shares Her Thoughts

July 9, 2012

We are just a little bit beyond the half way point for this Major League Lacrosse season, so it is time to take a look at the early mid season award winners from the view point of Marisa Ingemi. Most Valuable Player: Paul Rabil, Boston Cannons Goalie of the Year: Jordan Burke, Boston Cannons Rookie of the Year: Matt Gibson, Long Island Lizards Offensive Player of the Year: Paul Rabil,…

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MLL Future In Dallas?

July 9, 2012

The MLL is planning on expanding to 16 teams by 2020, and we’ve started looking at some potential markets the league could go to. We started off with Florida, who recently hosted the MLL All-Star Game. Next we took a look at Atlanta, which has been a city that is frequently brought up when it comes to league expansion. We took a look out west with Seattle, and we will…

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MLL Week 9 Three Stars

Lots of players deserved to be recognized. Jovan Miller for making Sportscenters Top 10 is great for him and the lacrosse world. Along with Steven Boyle’s five point performance and Jordan Burke’s 18 saves against a very talented and strong Hamilton offense. The three stars I picked showed their leadership skills when they were needed the most. Matt Danowski receives my first star. When the game’s on the line, this…

July 9, 2012
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Major League Lacrosse Week Ten Power Rankings

This week changed quite a bit of the thinking that goes into these MLL power rankings. The Bayhawks lost, the Hounds won and the Lizards lost two to the Rattlers. On to the rankings. 1. Chesapeake Bayhawks- The Bayhawks did suffer a loss to the then two-win Charlotte Hounds, but they still have just two losses all season and have major pieces that can lead them to Championship Weekend. 2….

July 9, 2012
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Lizards Fall Again, Rattlers Win Second Straight

July 8, 2012

The Long Island Lizards just went from the hottest team in the leagu to clinging onto a playoff spot. After falling to the Rochester Rattlers on Friday night, they found the same fate last night, at home. The Lizards are now tied for fourth in the MLL, with these Rattlers for that final playoff spot and are a game behind the Boston Cannons and Denver Outlaws. They also lead the…

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Cannons Snap Slump, Defeat 2-6 Nationals

The Cannons and Nationals both needed wins last night in Hamilton, but it was the Cannons who came up with the 15-13 win. Ari Sussman had five goals to lead the Cannons, the he had since his first game of the season against the Rochester Rattlers. Matt Poskay had three goals while Ryan Boyle had two and Kevin Buchanan had two. Jordan Burke was a beast in net. He made…

July 8, 2012
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