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  • Calgary Roughnecks: Season In Review
  • MLL: Bayhawks snuff out Blaze
  • NLL: Rush dynasty intact with third title in four years

MLL: Outlaws Outlast Machine

The fireworks show last night at Sports Authority field flew high with enjoyment last night for Outlaws fans, as Denver defeated the Ohio Machine 17-13. Although Denver won by four, the game was a lot closer than that. The Outlaws took a commanding 10-1 lead in the second quarter, and all looked grim for the Machine. As the game went on, Ohio fought on. They outscored Denver in the second…

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Boston Cannons Second Half Preview

The Boston Cannons will begin their second half this Saturday, and they hope to start it better than their first half ended, losing three of their last four games. The Cannons lead the league in goals, so offense is not a problem, and neither is their goaltending with Jordan Burke in the net. However, their issue in the past four games has been scoring late. If they can get their…

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Outlaws Take on Machine in Fireworks Game

Tonight the Denver Outlaws will play in their much anticipated Fireworks game when they take on the Ohio Machine tonight on CBS Sports Network. The Outlaws could use a win, it would boost them into third place by themselves ahead of the Boston Cannons. Meanwhile, the Machine are looking for just their second win of the season and to tie the Charlotte Hounds for seventh place. Denver will need performances…

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Denver Outlaws vs. Ohio Machine Unit by Unit

The Ohio Machine head to Denver to face the Outlaws on a July 4 bash. Both teams are coming off a loss before the All-Star game. Denver needs to get back on track in order to keep pace in the race for the playoffs while Ohio will need to win to help get out of the cellar of the league. Ohio may be in the bottom three in goals scored,…

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Making Sense of the Roughnecks Not Retaining Dave Pym

In one of the most shocking moves possible this 2012 National Lacrosse League off seasons, the Calgary Roughnecks let their head coach Dave Pym go, releasing him from his duties as the team’s head coach. Pym let the Roughnecks to a league best 12-4 in 2012, but fell in the playoffs to the Edmonton Rush, the last qualifying playoff team. He went 33-15 overall in his tenure with Calgary, winning…

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Boxla In America!

Happy 4th of July everyone! In honor of the holiday today we thought we’d take a look at the state of box lacrosse in America, which is most certainly on the rise. Not only do we have a handful of American stars, but new leagues giving players a shot at developing their box lacrosse skills. Of course when you talk about lacrosse in America one of the first names that…

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WLA Preview: The New Westminster Salmonbellies Vs. The Maple Ridge Burrards

The WLA action resumes on Thursday night as the Maple Ridge Burrards take on the New Westminster Salmonbellies. These two teams have met once this season already in what was a hard fought game that New Westminster won 11-10 in overtime. Both these teams have struggled this season. Maple Ridge has only won one game all season and currently sit in last place in the WLA. New Westminster has lost…

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Denver Outlaws Second Half Preview

Tonight the Denver Outlaws will begin the second half of their season against the Ohio Machine in their annual Fourth of July game. The Outlaws started out the season on a tear, and now sit in third placed, tied with the Boston Cannons. The Outlaws can put the ball in the net, as they are second in the league in scoring just behind Boston. They are fifth in goals against,…

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Roughnecks Parting Ways With Pym

The Calgary Roughnecks announced today on their website that they would not be retaining head coach Dave Pym for the 2013 NLL season. The Roughnecks are coming off of a 12-4 season in which they won the Western Division but lost in the first round of the playoffs. “Decisions like this are always difficult to make,” said Roughnecks General Manager Mike Board. “Over the past five seasons, Dave has made…

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Toronto Rock Owner Set to Take on the World at WSOP

  According to a Toronto Rock press release, Jamie Dawick, owner of the Toronto Rock, is headed back to the World Series of Poker Main Event. Dawick participated in last year’s event before he was eliminated on day three. His best career finish at the tournament came in 2007, where he placed 363rd, taking home over $34,000. In 2009, he found himself at a table with celebrity player Jason Alexander…

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