NLL Opts Out of Final Two Seasons of Current CBA

The National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced today via the @NLLCBA Twitter account that they will opt out of the final two seasons of the current collective bargaining agreement. “NLL opts out of the final two seasons of the current CBA. NLL intends to operate for 2013 under wages and conditions of 2012 CBA terms.” The NLL states above in a tweet saying that they will operate 2013 under the current wages and…


Major League Lacrosse Monday on LRN

Two great shows hit The Lacrosse Radio Network airwaves tonight starting at 7pm. On Channel 3 at 7, you can hear our Rochester Rattlers insider Tim Knab host the show Rattlers Roundup, where he will recap the Rochester win this week over the Hamilton Nationals. At 8pm the action continues when Phil Shore from In Lacrosse We Trust and New England Lacrosse Journal will host Lacrosse Lounge, with special guest…


WLA Weekend Recap

This past weekend there were two games on the WLA schedule the first was on Saturday as the Coquitlam Adanacs faced off against the Langley Thunder and the second was on Sunday as the Nanaimo Timbermen faced off against the Maple Ridge Burrards. The first matchup of the weekend matched  the Coquitlam Adanacs against the Langley Thunder. These two teams have met twice so far this season with each team…


Vincent Talbot Blog: Exhibition vs US Devo team

This past weekend the Vermont Voyageurs hosted the USA Developmental team. It was a good opportunity for some of our players to showcase what they can do in different situations. I think the team did good overall and we ended the weekend one and one. I was the backup for the weekend, letting the chance to two of our goalies to show what they can do in a senior game….


Beaches Lose Again, In a Must Win Situation

The Toronto Beaches Junior A lacrosse club has not hosted a playoff game in eight years. All season long players have been talking about the prospect of finally bursting that bubble. Sitting two points back of the final spot, and without the tie breaker, the Beaches found themselves in “must-win” mode Sunday night against the Kitchener/Waterloo Braves. Beaches forward Allister Warren said even though the final games are important, “It’s…


Part Two of Western NY High School Lacrosse Look In

Last week we looked at two top players from Western NY who dominated Section 6 lacrosse. This week we take a look at a few more ballers that will own the field in the 2013 season. Austin Goltz- Sr- A/M- Orchard Park- Committed to Providence Goltz is a average size attackman but also has the ability to play at midfield as well. Goltz is very athletic with dominate hands left…

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Major League Lacrosse Three Stars: Lizards, Rattlers and Bayhawks

This weekend was full of close games. Each one had many stand out players that deserved game MVP. Here are the top three that stood out. Rochester Rattlers: Jordan MacIntosh Look out MLL, there’s a new sheriff in town. Obviously the dark horse of the three stars. After this weekend’s six point (5G, 1A) showing by Jordan, MLL teams will start having to factor him in to the category of…


Whitby Warriors Weekend Recap

This weekend the Whitby Warriors took on the Six Nations Arrows in back to back games on Saturday and Sunday night. These were two big games for both teams as they were  battling for first place going into Saturday night’s game. The winner of these two games would improve their position in the OJALL with the season quickly coming to a close. On Saturday night Whitby defeated Six Nations 11-7…

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Bayhawks Stay in First, Defeat Cannons

The Boston Cannons have now lost three of their last four games, as last night they fell to the Chesapeake Bayhawks by a score of 14-13. The Cannons are now 5-3 while the Bayhawks move to 7-1 to lead MLL in the standings. Kip Turner, the former Cannons goalie and a former MLL goalie of the year, beat his former backup in Jordan Burke. The troubling thing about this game…


Hounds Continue Expansion Domination, Beat Ohio 17-16

For the second time this season the Charlotte Hounds walked off the field as winners, and for the second time it was against their expansion brothers the Ohio Machine. Thanks to great games from Boltus and Kaminski Charlotte finally got things rolling, and were able to defeat a Machine team that was starting to look very good coming into this weekend. Like many of Charlotte and Ohio’s games it started…