MSL Power Rankings: Can Anyone Take Down Chiefs?

July 11, 2015

1. Six Nations Chiefs (11-2) Despite dropping a narrow 14-13 road game to the Peterborough Lakers last Thursday night, the Chiefs continued to roll this week picking up wins over Kitchener-Waterloo on Tuesday night and the Brampton Excelsiors on Thursday. On Tuesday night the Chiefs got off to a great start with Johnny Powless scoring just 59 seconds into the game, however it wasn’t until late in the second period…


OLA Junior “A” Playoff Preview

July 8, 2015

After one of the most exciting regular seasons of OLA Junior “A” lacrosse in recent memory, the playoffs are set to kick off on Thursday evening. However before we get to the playoff preview, it’s important to recognize the parity throughout the league this season. The Mimico Moutaineers won five games and tied one this season, for 11 points, after winning just one game in the last three seasons. Meanwhile…


MSL Rookie Report: Powless Shines

June 27, 2015

1. Johnny Powless – Six Nations Chiefs A notable omission from the Week 3 MSL Rookie Report, as Johnny Powless has already won back to back Mann Cups with the Six Nations Chiefs. However with that being said, he is still technically a rookie in the MSL this season, yet has been producing like the veteran he is. With no Cody Jamieson on the left side of the Chiefs offence…


Controversey For Canada’s WILC Team?

June 25, 2015

With the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships just slightly over three months away, there’s been some questioning of the way Team Canada pieced together their roster for the 2015 tournament. Some believe their is a strong bias towards Western based players and coaches, as there where numerous omissions from the final roster, that for all intensive purposes should have made the team. While one could argue Team Canada could easily field…


2015 NLL Mock Draft: 1.0

June 23, 2015

It’s June, so that means the NLL draft is about three months away. Why wait around for a mock draft then when you can have one now? Here’s our first projection, based off of our scouting team. 1. Georgia Swarm – (O) Lyle Thompson  2. Rochester Knighthawks – (O) Jesse King 3. Georgia Swarm – (D) Graeme Hossack 4. Calgary Roughnecks – (O) Wesley Berg 5. Georgia Swarm – (O)…


OLA Jr A Power Rankings: Week Four

June 19, 2015

1) Six Nations Arrows (11-1) Last Week: 10-7 W vs Orangeville, 14-1 W vs K-W, 8-6 W vs Whitby   The Arrows remain at the top of the power rankings, as they continue to roll, picking up three straight wins this past week. The Arrows faced a tough task to open their week with a road game in Orangeville on the schedule. While the Northmen led the game after forty…


MSL Power Rankings: Week Four

June 17, 2015

1. Peterborough Lakers (5-0) Last Week: 8-3 W vs Brooklin, 8-5 W vs Oakville, 9-6 W vs Oakville The Lakers proved they could score, and score in bunches in their first two games of the 2015 season, picking up 32 goals in their wins over Brooklin and K-W. This past week the Lakers continued their winning streaking, picking up three consecutive wins, in defeats of Brooklin and Oakville twice. While…


MSL Rookie Report – Week Three

June 17, 2015

1. Kyle Whitlow – Brooklin Redmen The 2015 fourth round pick of the Brooklin Redmen has made a seamless transition from the junior ranks, as he currently sits third in Brooklin Redmen scoring, behind only Shawn Williams and Mike Teeter. Whitlow has been a consistent offensive threat for a Redmen squad that is having trouble finding the back of the net this season. This past week Whitlow picked up three…


WLA Rookie Report: Week Three

June 15, 2015

1. Eli McLaughlin  – Nanaimo Timbermen McLaughlin came into his rookie season in the WLA after a stellar rookie season in the NLL that saw him pick up 38 points in 17 games with the Colorado Mammoth. McLaughlin hasn’t slowed down much four games into his WLA career, averaging two points per game thus far. This week got off to a slow start for McLaughlin however, tallying just an assist…


Revisiting the 2014 NLL Draft

June 12, 2015

With the Edmonton Rush claiming their first National Lacrosse League title last weekend, with a 11-10 win over the Toronto Rock, it put a stamp on the 2015 season. With that being said, it’s time to revisit 2014 NLL draft, and see just what impact the 2014 draft class had on the NLL this season. With so few active roster spots in the NLL these days, finding yourself in the…