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Vincent Talbot Blog: Voyageurs Split the Weekend

This past weekend was a big one for our team and for the organization as a whole. First of all we hosted the Johnny Mourandian indoor lacrosse clinic on Thursday and Friday at the Essex Skating Facility. Johnny is the GM of the Philadelphia Wings as some of you may know and one of the most passionate lacrosse people I’ve ever met. On Thursday morning I’ve had the chance to…

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CLax Check-In: Off Season Update

The night before the Canadian Lacrosse League finals, Paul St John said his plans for the weekend were, “watch and enjoy the game, spend Sunday with my family. I might take Monday off, but then we’re back to work.” Truly, ever since we last checked in with CLax and saw the Ohsweken Demons hoist the Creator’s Cup, the commissioner and his office have been hard at work planning the 2013…

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Boston Cannons vs Long Island Lizards Unit by Unit

This week the Boston Cannons will look to start a winning streak after their win over the Hamilton Nationals. Meanwhile the Long Island Lizards lost two games, both to the Rochester Rattlers. Goaltending To me, this is the best goaltending you can find in Major League Lacrosse. Jordan Burke is on pace to win goaltender of the year with the Cannons while Drew Adams won the award last season. Burke…

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Hounds vs Outlaws Unit by Unit

The game between the Charlotte Hounds (3-6) and Denver Outlaws (6-3) could potentially make or break the Hound’s playoff hopes.  While they are a long shot to make the playoffs, with half of the season left it’s still a possibility. The Hounds and Outlaws sit and 6th and 2nd in the league, respectively. The Rattlers and Lizards are currently tied for 4th and the final playoff spot with a 5-4…

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Boston Lax Announces All Star Teams

Boston Lax is proud to announce the release of its inaugural All-Star teams for the 2012 Massachusetts high school season. Players were honored across all three divisions in Eastern Mass., a combined Central and Western Mass. team, and the Independent Prep School League (ISL). The Boston Lax staff selected the squads based on overall performance and character. Boston Lax is a website devoted to covering high school and club lacrosse…

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How Geoff Snider Impacts the Hounds

While this is a huge trade for the Charlotte Hounds, fixing their glaring faceoff woes, they will not see Geoff Snider for three weeks. He is currently in Finland coaching the U19 Team Canada. When he comes back for the final three games, Snider makes all the difference in the world. They have tried several journeyman faceoff guys, but it seems like they have finally found the solution to ail…

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Ohio Machine Make Trade Deadline Deals

With today as the Major League Lacrosse trading deadline, the Ohio Machine have been very active. Here is a look at the moves the team from Columbus has made. First, they acquired a third round draft pick and Joe Cummings from the Chesapeake Bayhawks for a second and a third round pick. Then they traded Jordan Levine to the Long Island Lizards for draft picks before making a deal with…

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Charlotte Hounds Acquire Geoff Snider

According to Quint Kessinich of Inside Lacrosse, the Charlotte Hounds have traded for face off man Geoff Snider. Snider, largely thought of as the best face-off man in lacrosse, will help the Hounds immensely. Their Achilles heel all season has been in the face off dot. For Snider, they send the Hamilton Nationals a third round draft pick, Cameron Lao-Gosney and Brian Neufeld. The Nationals have struggled all year, so them…

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Boston Rockhoppers Ready For Second Season

During the NALL Pro Invitational Season, the Boston Rockhoppers found themselves 1-1 against the Kentucky Stickhorses and the only team to win a game other than Kentucky. Boston will have six home games this season, and they will be in Lowell. Their roster included some big name players, such as Mike Stone, Chris Ajemian, Vincent Talbot, and more. “Last year I got to develop more of my indoor game and box lax…

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