• MSL: Rock won’t roll over for Lakers
  • MLL: Outlaws capture Steinfeld Trophy
  • Minto Cup: Excelsiors vs. Adanacs in final
  • MSL: Redmen frustrated after falling to Lakers in game seven
  • CLA: Alberta claims Midget Nats title for second consecutive year

WLA Recap: Victoria and Coquitlam emerge Victorious in WLA action

With the WLA season quickly coming to a close the intensity in the WLA has ramped up. On Sunday night the Coquitlam Adanacs took on the Maple Ridge Burrards. While on Tuesday night the Victoria Shamrocks took on the New Westminster Salmonbellies. Every game in the WLA has become life or death with every team aside from Maple Ridge having a chance of making the playoffs. On Sunday night Coquitlam…

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Indians and Gaels Bound to Be a Playoff Classic

Photo Credit: Devyn Gallagher 1 Awkesasne Indians vs 2 Clarington Green Gaels The two top teams in the East are about to cross paths in their road to the 2012 Founders Cup. The top seed Akwesasne Indians will take on the second seed Clarington Green Gaels in what is expected to be a very entertaining series. Both the Gaels and Indians have explosive offenses with great depth and the ability…

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Roughnecks and Mammoth Schedule Pre Season Game in Langley

Today it was announced that the National Lacrosse League’s Calgary Roughnecks and Colorado Mammoth will face off in a pre season game on December 8th, 2012 in Langley, British Columbia. Last season the two teams to square off at the Langley Events Centre were the Washington Stealth and the Toronto Rock. The LEC is the home of the Western Lacrosse Association’s Langley Thunder. Tickers for the pre season match up…

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Unit by Unit: Cannons vs Outlaws

With the playoff race being in full swing right now, every game is a must-win for pretty much every team in the MLL. The Boston Cannons (6-4) are currently tied for third in the league, one game behind the Denver Outlaws (7-3). This is the second time the two teams have met this season, with the Cannons winning 17-10 behind 7 points from Paul Rabil. Attack The Cannons’ have one…

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Position Breakdowns: Hounds vs. Rattlers

Both teams will be looking to rebound off of last weekend’s losses. Charlotte, who was dominated by Denver, will have to find their team chemistry again. I really don’t think that there’s one area that did not need fixing for the Hounds. Their defense is going to have to get better on their slides and whoever steps in net will have to stand on their head against this Rattlers offense….

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2013 NLL Free Agents: Toronto Rock

Coming off of a Championship season, Toronto was disappointed to lose to the Rochester Knighthawks in the Eastern Conference Championships. They have some big free agents this off season they would like to keep. Colin Doyle- There is probably no way that Doyle signs anywhere else but Toronto, I just can’t believe it. I would expect about a 95% chance he stays. Josh Sanderson- I also do not imagine Sanderson…

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CLax Preparing for 2013 Season, Looking for Owners

The 2012 Canadian Lacrosse League season ended with a championship for the Ohsweken Demons, and since the end, all the talk has been about 2013. Will the league stay intact? And what is to come? “We are looking at possibly becoming more involved with the NLL.” said CLax commissioner Paul St. John. “Last year we had 7 players and 1 Director of Operations (Steve Toll) make their way from Clax…

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Jerry Ragonese Acquired by Hounds

Yesterday the Charlotte Hounds acquired faceoff specialist Jerry Ragonese from the Long Island Lizards. Last night I spoke to Jerry about the move. “I am really just excited to be playing again.” said Ragonese.  “Just getting an opportunity to help them at the X is a good enough for me. “ Ragonese will likely be the Hounds primary faceoff guy for the next two weeks, before Geoff Snider comes home…

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2013 NLL Draft Prospects: Dhane Smith

When cuts were made for team Canada’s U19 squad heading to Turku, Finland, no doubt Dhane Smith was disappointed he didn’t make the cut. However, it may have been a blessing in disguise as the Kitchener/Waterloo star has been able to play with the big boys and show he’s ready to take the next step. Smith finished his fourth season with the Kitchener/Waterloo Braves of the OLA’s Junior A circuit…

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Introducing the Detroit Redhawks!

The InLax Lacrosse League is announcing its third member, the Detroit Redhawks, today! The Redhawks are the third member of the league, joining the Winnipeg Prairie Dogs and the Minnesota Marauders. The Redhawks will be playing out of Joe Louis Arena, home to the Redwings. Detroit has been without a professional lacrosse team since 1994 when the Detroit Turbos disbanded. The Turbos also played out of Joe Louis Arena and…

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