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PLL College Draft Features Big Names

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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2013 NLL Free Agents: Rochester Knighthawks

Coming off of a season where they won the Champions Cup, the Rochester Knighthawks want to keep as much of their team as possible. While most of their team is young and in tact, like Cody Jamieson and Stephen Keogh, they o have some work to do. Below is their free agents. Mike Accursi , Kyle Laverty, Pat McCready, Marshall Abrams, Casey Zaph, Tim O’Brien , Casey Powell,  Travis Hill, Jamieson Kosterer. Hill and Kosterer are free…

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Hounds Vs. Lizards Unit by Unit

Hounds attack VS. Lizards Defense The Hounds attack has been extremely inconsistent (Only 12g in the past two games) but still has Matt Danowski, who many consider the best all around attackman in the league. Just having Danowski on the field can change the momentum of any game. No big names come out of the Long Island defense, though rookie LSM CJ Costabile is a force to reckon with on…

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Cannons and Bayhawks Unit by Unit

On Saturday night the first place Chesapeake Bayhawks (9-2) travel to Massachusetts to take on the Boston Cannons (6-5). The Cannons currently sit at fourth place in the league, tied with the Rochester Rattlers. Only four teams in the league will advance to Championship Weekend at Harvard, so every game is a big deal for the Cannons. With a win over the Ohio Machine last week the Bayhawks guaranteed themselves…

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

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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Introducing the Rochester Chargers!

The buildup to the first ever InLax Lacrosse League continues with the league’s announcement of the fourth member, the Rochester Chargers. Rochester is a city with a great lacrosse background that is looking forward to supporting another franchise. Rochester has been the home of two franchises, the Knighthawks of the NLL and the Rattlers of the MLL. Both have been embraced by the community and have enjoyed great success. The…

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Bullies and Rascals Make First PLL Trade

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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Stealth Extend Lease With Comcast Arena

The Washington Stealth and Comcast Arena at Everett are pleased to announce the two sides have agreed to terms on a five-year lease that will keep the Stealth in it’s Everett, Wash., home through the 2017 season. “This contract extension has all the elements of a strong partnership,” said Stealth owner Denise Watkins. “The first three years at the Comcast Arena were a blur of highs and lows – all…

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NLL Avoids Huge Setback With CBA

It seems like CBA is the name of the game in all sports these days. The NBA and NFL have both threatened lockouts in the past year and many expect the NHL to have problems of their own later in the summer. The NLL has had their own issues this offseason, as the league and players association backed out of the final two years of the current CBA. This led…

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Rebels and Red Devils Even After Two Games

1 Six Nations Rebels 5 Wallaceburg Red Devils After two games in the Western Conference finals, the 2012 Founders Cup hosts find themselves knotted up at 1 with the fifth seed Wallaceburg Red Devils. Game one was a tight battle until the third period and the offensive trio of Jordan Durston, Rob Pollack and Clint Lamarsh took over. The three Red Devils combined for an impressive 14 points in the…

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