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Machine Trade Anthony Kelly To Outlaws

The Ohio Machine lost yet another game this week to the Denver Outlaws, meaning they still only have one victory going into the second half of the season. Today they made a move for the future, and fittingly it was a trade with those same Denver Outlaws. The Machine sent transitionman Anthony Kelly and a 5th round supplemental pick to the Outlaws in exchange for 2nd round pick in the…

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Boston Cannons Take on Hamilton Nationals

Tomorrow night the Boston Cannons and Hamilton Nationals will both try to get back on track in a Championship game rematch. The Cannons have lost three out of their last four games and are in fourth place in Major League Lacrosse, behind Chesapeake, Denver and Long Island. They started the season 4-0 before this recent stretch. They have still scored goals, with the exception of the Long Island loss, and…

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A Look At The Ohio Machine’s Second Half of 2012

Well, things haven’t started out well for the Ohio Machine as they start the second half of the season 0-1. However, even though they lost to the Denver Outlaws by four, they kept it very close when they clicked in the second half of the game. They outscored the Outlaws 8-7 in the third and fourth quarters, giving hope to their future of the 2012 season. One of the faces…

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Jovan Miller Blog: Lax Bros

After an unforgettable weekend I had a lot of time to recollect on things. My parents always told me that when you get a stage to voice your opinion make sure you express you’re never understated or misunderstood. I was observing a lot of things this weekend and I’m starting to see the growth of lacrosse starting to really take off. What I have an issue with is the image….

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Chesapeake Bayhawks Look to Carry Over Good Start Into Second Half

The Chesapeake Bayhawks had a fantastic first half of the season, losing just one game and they are currently sitting atop the MLL standings. The Bayhawks are a game and a half in front of the Long Island Lizards and Denver Outlaws. The Bayhawks also lead MLL in two point goals with eighteen, nine more than the Charlotte Hounds, who have nine. Chesapeake has scored 109 goals, third in the…

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Introducing the Minnesota Marauders!

Earlier we took a look at the first member of the InLax Lacrosse League, the Winnipeg Prairie Dogs. Today we feature the second member of the league, the Minnesota Marauders! The Minnesota area has a growing lacrosse following thanks to the Swarm, and the Marauders hope to continue that success. The Minnesota Swarm have helped lacrosse grow at an incredible rate at a youth level state-wide. The attendances have been…

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MLL Future In Seattle?

Recently I’ve been looking at places where the MLL may look in the future. I’ve already taken a good look at Florida and Atlanta, but today I’m moving out west. The league has made it clear that they hoped to once again try westward expansion. In 2006 the league added the Los Angeles Riptide and the San Francisco Dragons but both teams failed, leaving the Denver Outlaws as the only…

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Lizards Look for Sixth in a Row Against Rochester

The Long Island Lizards are currently on a five game win streak and sitting in second place in the league and they’d like to keep it that way. A loss by the Lizards (5-2) and a win by the Boston Cannons (5-3) would send the Lizards down to third place and possibly into fourth. A win against the Lizards would really help the Rochester Rattler’s playoff hopes. They are currently…

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Charlotte Hounds Open Second Half Against Chesapeake

July 5, 2012— Although they were attempting (and somewhat expected) to resemble the old Toronto Nationals team that won an MLL title their first year in the league, the Hounds are still getting started. Boasting huge names like Matt Danowski, Billy Bitter, Jeremy Boltus, Jovan Miller, and the All-Star game’s MVP Stephen Berger has not been a problem this year, chemistry, however, has been. Way to many times this year…

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Lakers Defeat Redmen in MSL

Arenas with plenty of tradition are great to be in to watch any sport, let alone lacrosse. But it usually means they fall short of the amenities modern multifunctional facilities take for granted; amenities such as internet, accessible seating, media galleries and air conditioning. On Wednesday night the Peterborough Lakers, who play in their own historic building, travelled to the Iroquois Sports Park in Whitby to take on the Brooklin…

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