NLL Mock Draft 1.0 Part Two

June 26, 2015

The other day, Mike Mackley brought you an early full mock draft. Today, Chris Vale gives you his top three rounds. Later in the day we will compare the two early drafts. 1. Georgia Swarm – (O) Lyle Thompson  2. Rochester Knighthawks – (O) Randy Staats 3. Georgia Swarm – (O) Jesse King  4. Calgary Roughnecks – (O) Wesley Berg 5. Georgia Swarm – (D) Graeme Hossack 6. Georgia Swarm…


Pat Young Transferring to Maryland

June 9, 2015

Pat Young will be transferring out of UMBC and will be joining Maryland University’s lacrosse team for his final college lacrosse season. Since Young’s first days as a Retriever, he has been one of the best players at UMBC and of the top players to watch in the American East Conference and NCAA lacrosse. In just his freshman year in 2013, Young recorded 39 points and was the American East Rookie…


Six Nations Slash Season Off to Terrific Start

June 8, 2015

So far, the Six Nation Slash have had a great start in their Can-Am Senior B lacrosse season.  The season started off with a tough overtime game, which the Slash lost 7-5 against the Onondaga Redhawks but the Slash came back in the second week and beat Pinewoods 10-9, which started a six game win streak. In the streak, Tuscarora, Native Sons, Allegany, and Buffalo Creek were the teams the…


Oakville Rock Acquire Wes Berg

June 5, 2015

Oakville is about to get a little bit richer when one of the best young forwards in the game, Wesley Berg, takes his scoring abilities east to play for the Rock. Berg was the top pick in the WLA draft to the Coquitlam Adanacs, an organization that Berg played for his whole Junior A career. In five seasons, Berg put up 252 points (129G, 123A). In the playoffs his numbers were…


Six Nations Chiefs Acquire Ryan Benesch

June 3, 2015

  Ryan Benesch is now the newest member of the Six Nation Chiefs. There have been talks for the past few weeks that Ryan would be traded.  Six Nations has two of his roommates from this past winter in the NLL in long time friend Dhane Smith and Brandon Goodwin. Plus after Cody Jamieson went down during the Knighthawks second round playoff game and it was known he would be…


Arrows Riding Three Game Winning Streak

June 1, 2015

The Six Nation Arrows had a tough game last Sunday as they lost to Burlington 7-6. Six Nations came back this week with three games to help them make the statement that they are the real deal. First up was a game vs. the Barrie Lakeshore. It was a home game for Six Nations on Thursday and the Arrows came out on top with a 12-7 win. The Arrows jumped…


MSL: Redmen Take Down Oakville

May 28, 2015

A young Brooklin team took on Oakville Wednesday night where the Redmen took the 9-4 win. Both teams were missing some stars and had some new college players and MSL draft picks play the first game of the season. Brooklin was missing players such as Cam Holding along with many other NLL players who seemed to just need the time off after a long season. Joining Brooklin was NLL vet Shawn Williams…


Kodiaks Open Season With Win Over Chiefs

May 28, 2015

The Six Nation Chiefs opened up the start of the MSL season at home Tuesday night with a game against the Kitchener Waterloo Kodiaks. These teams made some news earlier in the spring when the Kodiaks traded Dhane Smith, Jay Thorimbert and goalie Dillon Ward to Six Nations. In exchange the Chiefs sent KW Evan Kirk, who was later traded again to the Lakers. On Tuesday the Chiefs went into…


Arrows Season Opens Against Lakers

May 19, 2015

The Six Nations Arrows opened up their regular season at home during the annual Bread and Cheese game, which takes place on the Canadian holiday, Victoria Day. The Arrows took on the Perterbourgh Lakers, a team that Six Nations beat in the OLA playoffs last summer. Before the first faceoff took place the 2014 championships banners were revealed, while some of the players that aged out of junior were honored….


Arrows Take Down Calgary in Jr A Clash

May 15, 2015

The Six Nation Arrows might have lost the great Johnny Powless along with Quinn Powless and a few other players who aged out. As well they lost Brandon Mountur to the NHL, but it looks like it will not stop the Arrows from defending its crown as Minto Cup champs. This team is still stacked with talent much of it was on display during the Arrows exhibition meeting with the…