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Charlotte Looks for Third Win, Take on First Place Bayhawks

It’s a match-up between the top team in the league and one of the worst. This week the Chesapeake Bayhawks try to keep their spectacular season going when they face the Charlotte Hounds, who are looking to move further ahead of the Machine in the standings. The Bayhawks sit at 7-1, coming off of a critical 14-13 victory over the Boston Cannons. They are obviously the heavy favorite in this…

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Darris Kilgour No Longer Bandits GM

Last night it was reported by Teddy Jenner of IL Indoor that Buffalo Bandits head coach Darris Kilgour has been relieved of his general manager duties with the Bandits. He will remain the team’s head coach. Kilgour and the Bandits had a disappointing 2012, going 7-9 and were bounced from the playoffs in the first round by Toronto. Kilgour’s biggest move as GM this season was acquiring goaltender Anthony Cosmo from Minnesota…

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Three MLL Players to Watch Tonight

Three games on tap tonight, who are the top three players we should keep our eyes on? Here are my predictions on who the buzz will be about tomorrow night. Matt Poskay Playing the Hamilton Nationals tonight, I have a feeling Matt Poskay and the Boston Cannons will break out. Paul Rabil has had some big weeks, but I have a good feeling about Poskay tonight and what he can…

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Cannons vs Nationals Unit by Unit

The Cannons and Nationals will face off tonight in a rematch of the MLL Championship game, where the Nats try to get into the playoff picture and the Cannons try to regain their groove. Here is how they match up. Offense The Cannons have the advantage, scoring more than anyone in the league this season. Hamilton has some great scorers, like Casey Powell and Cody Jamieson, but I doubt they…

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Major League Lacrosse Pre Game Show

On air at 10am is the Major League Lacrosse Pre Game Show, talking about the games tonight and they will also discuss the Denver and Long Island wins from the mid-week. Kyle Fletcher from In Lacrosse We Trust is your host this morning and they will talk about and predict Hamilton vs Boston, Rochester vs Long Island and Charlotte vs Chesapeake. Jovan Miller from the Charlotte Hounds will join the…

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Lizards Win Streak Snapped At Five by Rochester

People say that “stats don’t lie”, but try telling that to the Rochester Rattlers (4-4) after beating the Long Island Lizards (5-3) last night. The Lizards went into the game with better stats in nearly every category, but still ended up losing 13-8. The win over the Lizards helps increase the Rattlers hopes for a playoff spot and also could result in the Cannons or Outlaws moving up into the…

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MLL Second Half Preview: Rochester Rattlers

The Rochester Rattlers may be the hardest team to figure out in all of Major League Lacrosse. The team sits in fifth place in the standings at 3-4, only a game and a half out behind the Boston Cannons for the final playoff position. Yet they are poor in some key categories. The team is dead last in goals scored (72). They are 1-4 on the road. They are sixth…

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Vail Lacrosse Shootout Day Six

Thursday marked the beginning the second half of the tournament. In what was by far the busiest day of the 40thannual Vail Lacrosse Shootout, 55 teams competed in 59 games, on 12 fields, in four divisions across the Vail valley. The Dr. Tom Watts Memorial U-19 High School Boys Showcase kicked off in Avon and Eagle Vail. In the HS Boys division FCA, Brady’s Bunch, NE 3D Select and Team…

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WLA Recap: New Westminster outlasts Maple Ridge for a 8-5 win.

On Thursday night the Maple Ridge Burrards took on the New Westminster Salmonbellies. The match was hard fought as both teams were desperate for a win. The game began with New Westminster drawing first blood on a goal by Mike Berekoff. Maple Ridge though would tie the game up as they received a goal from Jonathan Munk. New Westminster would score another goal in order to take a 2-1 lead…

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