MLL: Denver dominates during Mile High Fourth of July

July 5, 2018

The Denver Outlaws put up a big score in front of a big crowd on Wednesday night as they defeated the Boston Cannons 26-11 during their annual Mile High Fourth of July celebration. The crowd of 29,973 fans is the fourth largest in Major League Lacrosse history. The game marked the first time the Outlaws have defeated the Cannons during their Mile High Fourth. Boston was victorious in four previous…

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MLL All-Star Game: Team USA still has work to do before World’s

June 30, 2018

This year’s all-star game should be renamed the all-star(s) game as there really was not one star who was brighter than the others as the Major League Lacrosse team defeated Team USA 15-14 in overtime. It is true that Will Manny scored the game winning goal for the boys of Major League Lacrosse.  However, it was truly a team effort of Herculean proportion that allowed this talented group of men…

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Buffalo Bandits Season in Review

June 24, 2018

With the 2018 season behind the Buffalo Bandits, it’s back to the drawing board for next season. This year, there was improvement for the Bandits as they saw consistency in their goaltending after the retirement of Anthony Cosmo. The 2018 season started off on the right foot for Buffalo as they beat their QEW rival, the Toronto Rock, in a 13-9 win in Banditland. This win against not only a…

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MLL Week 9: Reeves debuts with two goals as Rattlers hold on to first place

June 21, 2018

Charlotte 16 @ New York 20 The Charlotte Hounds suffered a loss to the New York Lizards that dropped the Hounds into a tie for second place with the Chesapeake Bayhawks. New York had lost the previous week to Florida in a high-scoring game and jumped on the Hounds early taking a 7-4 lead at the end of the first. The Hounds could not narrow New York’s three-goal lead as…

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Press Release: Canada finalizes roster for Worlds

June 21, 2018

OTTAWA, ON – The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) and the senior men’s national team coaching staff are proud to announce the 23-player roster that will represent Canada and defend our World Championship title at next month’s 2018 FIL Men’s Lacrosse World Championship in Netanya, Israel. “We are really excited with the roster that we have selected and as a coaching staff are honoured to have the chance to lead this team at the 2018 World Championships,” said head coach Randy Mearns. “Canadian lacrosse talent…

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Calgary Roughnecks: Season In Review

June 19, 2018

It’s remarkable how different two 8-10 seasons can feel. Based solely on record, it would be easy to say nothing has changed, but when you look closely, the 2018 Calgary Roughnecks are a significantly improved group. Understanding this year’s team requires a look back into recent events in club history. Not only does that tell us where the Roughnecks are, but where the team is heading (spoiler alert: Calgary’s future…

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MLL: Bayhawks snuff out Blaze

June 18, 2018

Despite an early second-quarter lead by Atlanta, the Chesapeake Bayhawks defeated the Blaze 9-6 on Saturday night at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in a chippy game that almost had a few fights break out. Interestingly, despite the roughness, zero penalties were called in the game. The rather low-scoring game was pretty shocking given Chesapeake’s ability to score goals seemingly at will. Equally shocking was the fact that both Myles Jones…

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NLL: Rush dynasty intact with third title in four years

June 13, 2018

Saskatchewan Rush champions again, third title in four years. Jeff Shattler named Most Valuable Player. Saturday night the Saskatchewan Rush claimed their third championship in the last four years as they defeated the Rochester Knighthawks 15-10 in front of 13,645 fans at Sasktel Centre. Jeff Shattler was named Most Valuable Player with another four goal performance in game three. Shattler finished the playoffs with eight goals and seven assists. “I’ve been…

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WPLL: Brave extinguish Fire in inaugural game

June 5, 2018

The Baltimore Brave defeated the Philadelphia Fire in the inaugural game of the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League on Saturday afternoon prior to the Chesapeake Bayhawks’ game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. The Fire scored several goals late in the fourth quarter, however, they were not enough to secure the win as Baltimore scorched Philadelphia 20-12. Baltimore controlled all aspects of the game, leading 11-5 at halftime. The defense…

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NLL: Knighthawks dismantle Rush 13-8 to force game three

June 5, 2018

Currier’s four goals and Rochester’s defense force game three; San Diego wins expansion draft coin flip Saturday night the Rochester Knighthawks forced a game deciding three in the NLL Finals by defeating the Saskatchewan Rush 13-8 in front of 9,174 screaming fans at Blue Cross Arena. The eight goals scored by the Rush was the lowest output since Calgary defeated them 14-7 on April 29, 2017. Robert Church and Jeff…

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