MLL: Lizards Face Hawks in NYC

June 6, 2013

The Chesapeake Bayhawks take on the New York Lizards for the second time this season. The Bayhawks beat the Lizards on May 4th, 2013 by a final score of 9-3 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Coming off of consecutive overtime losses, Chesapeake enters this matchup looking to regain some team chemistry and comradely, while New York seeks to avenge their loss to the Bayhawks earlier in the season. The Lizards…

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Wings Off Season Wish List: Goalie Search

June 6, 2013

The 2013 NLL season has come to an end.  The same exact end as 2012.  Rochester Knighthawks winning the Champions Cup, and Wings fans once again looking at a 7-9 finish and a first round exit in the playoffs to the Knighthawks. As the 2012 season drew near, we seen the Dawson’s change address, we seen 8 goalies in camp, and saw the departure of a young goalie Steve Fryer…

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NLL Draft Needs: Buffalo Bandits

June 5, 2013

Does an NLL team need the draft more than the Buffalo Bandits? Probably not, but the Bandits are left without a first rounder because of the Anthony Cosmo trade. The Bandits don’t pick until the second round, with the 10th overall pick. The Bandits can probably use defense, or goaltending but with Cosmo there they won’t invest into a goaltender yet. For now, defense is a need but there isn’t…

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Bayhawks Veteran Squad Gets Better

June 5, 2013

Casey Powell will be in the lineup for the Chesapeake Bayhawks this week, but he’s not the only all star veteran coming out of retirement for the defending champions. Tim Goettelmann, known as the “monster”, was signed by the Bayhawks this week and will be active tomorrow against the New York Lizards, the team he played with for 11 years. With the Lizards, Goettelmann scored 238 goals, the most all…

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Off Season Wish List: Toronto Rock

June 5, 2013

Although the 2013 NLL season is still fresh in the mind of many lacrosse fans, preparations for next year have already begun. The Toronto Rock recently became one of first teams to make a major off season move, relieving head coach Troy Cordingley of his duties.   Cordingley’s firing comes just one month after being named NLL Head Coach of the Year. During Cordingley’s tenure in Toronto, the Brampton native…

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Burnaby Seeks first win against Langley

June 5, 2013

Tonight in the WLA the Burnaby Lakers (0-3) take on the Langley Thunder (3-1). The Lakers are in search of their first win of the season and will be in tough against one of the top teams in the league. The Thunder on the other hand will be looking to rebound after losing their first game of the season to Victoria. Langley has so far this year had success due…

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MSL Names Players of Week

June 4, 2013

Taking home weekly honours in back-to-back weeks, Peterborough Lakers’ Shawn Evans has been named Offensive Player of the Week. Evans, the league points leader, notched 8 points (1G, 7A) in the Lakers’ 13-8 win over the Excelsiors last Thursday and another 7 assists in the 12-9 loss at Six Nations on Sunday. Currently in his third season with the Brooklin Redmen, goalie Zach Higgins has been named Defensive Player of…

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Kodiaks Get First Win

June 4, 2013

The Kitchener Waterloo Kodiaks picked up their first win of the 2013 MSL season after a 7-6 victory over the Oakville Rock at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre. The Rock jumped out to an early 1-0 lead as Nic Grasby found the back of the net just a minute into the opening frame. Jamie Batson tied the game up just under 11 minutes later, putting the ball past KW netminder…

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14 NLL College Prospects to Watch

June 3, 2013

As lacrosse continues to grow, the sources for players entering the pro indoor circuit has gotten much more expansive.  American talent has developed, as you can see from Joe Walters, Joel White, Max Seibald, and others who have earned roster spots.  The college game certainly has seen indoor strategy and schemes become more prevalent.  For example, the last couple of seasons at Princeton and certainly with the influence of Northern…

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