• PHOTOS: Colorado Mammoth @ Philadelphia Wings
  • NLL: Final 15 sinks Wings
  • NLL: Roughnecks win 17-12, handing Rush third-straight loss
  • Challen Rogers: the next great Rock captain
  • PHOTOS: Vancouver Warriors @ Calgary Roughnecks

ALL: Steelhawks get first win

Week seven of Arena Lacrosse League action saw the defending champion Whitby Steelhawks finally get their first win of the season, a close 11-9 triumph over the Paris RiverWolves. Whitby and Paris played each other closely until the third quarter when Whitby found a spark for a four-goal run. With Whitby up 10-8, Spencer Pyke scored with 3:05 left in the game to make it a one-goal game. Cam Milligan’s…

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NLL: Career night for Crawford clips the Knighthawks

Saturday night the Rochester Knighthawks (2-6) fell to the New England Blackwolves (4-3) 16-13 in front of 5,766 fans at Mohegan Sun Arena. After a tightly contested first quarter the Blackwolves came to life. New England would go on an eight-goal run that started at 2:18 of the second quarter and culminated with the final goal of the at 4:03 of the third quarter. The Black Wolves’ defense kept Rochester…

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Press Release: PLL secures Series A round of financing

LOS ANGELES (February 12, 2019) – Today, the Premier Lacrosse League (“PLL”) announced that it has closed an additional round of funding. The financing is led by investors J Tsai Sports, Brett Jefferson, and return investor, The Raine Group. The capital from the growth round will be used to fund future league operations, team and player-focused original programming, and executive team expansion. While the latest round of funding will certainly…

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NLL: Warriors down first-place Seals

The Vancouver Warriors headed down the coast on Friday, February 8th to battle the San Diego Seals at Pechanga Arena in California. The Warriors rendered a definitive win over the Seals 14-6. The game started with the Seals tallying two goals from veterans Cam Holding and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Dawson. However, the Seals’ scoring production would take an unlikely hindrance after these efforts as they converted only six of their total 46…

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NLL: Final 15 sinks Wings

Saturday night the Philadelphia Wings (1-7) fell 12-10 to the Colorado Mammoth (2-5) in front of 10,505 fans at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Wings are now 1-4 at home. The Wings, whose early season slow starts led to defeats, are now having trouble finishing games. In their last two home defeats they were outscored 12-4 in the final 15 minutes of the game. Last week in their overtime…

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NLL: Roughnecks win 17-12, handing Rush third-straight loss

This is unfamiliar territory for the Saskatchewan Rush. The defending NLL champions lost their third-straight game on Saturday night as the Calgary Roughnecks easily bested them by a 17-12 score. The win moves the Roughnecks (5-4) up to a tie with the San Diego Seals for first place in the West Division, while the Rush (3-4) slide to third place in the division. The Rush took a commanding lead early,…

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NLL: A Mammoth Perspective

Colorado Mammoth assistant coach Andrew McBride spoke with us to reflect on Saturday’s close 12-10 win against the Philadelphia Wings, which was only the second win of the season for Colorado. It’s been a tough season for Colorado who finished 11-7 last season and, as a team, is not used to this sort of struggle. The Mammoth still have some big name players despite losing players like Stephen Keogh, Bryce…

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NLL: 10-goal difference downs Swarm

The Buffalo Bandits marched into Georgia on Saturday night and asserted their dominance, taking down the Georgia Swarm 19-9 on Native Heritage Night. It was Georgia’s worst loss of the season thus far, and Buffalo’s biggest margin of victory. “They dominated us in every facet of the game,” said Swarm head coach Ed Comeau. “They outworked us, out-loose-balled us, everything. Full credit, they played with energy right from the beginning,…

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WLA: Del Bianco goes first to Coquitlam

This past Thursday, the Langley Events Centre played host to the 2019 Western Lacrosse Association Draft. Each one of the seven WLA teams were looking to stock their club with the best junior players in the province in an attempt in making a run at Senior A’s top prize – the Mann Cup. With Commissioner Paul Del Monte presiding over the evening it came as no surprise when he announced…

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