CLax Three Stars: Blizzard Come Through

We are headed to the Canadian Lacrosse League playoffs, and as we do, we have some players who have stepped up their game when needed.

Third Star—Dustin Caravello—Barrie Blizzard
Dustin Caravello dished out six assists in Barrie’s 17-11 win over Ohsweken on Sunday afternoon. The Orangeville product also chipped in with a goal.

Second Star—Thomas Hoggarth—Durham Turfdogs
Rookie Thomas Hoggarth netted four goals and an assist to help the Durham Turfdogs to a 13-11 victory over the Southwest Cyclops in front of a sold out crowd at the Syl Apps Community Centre. The 30th overall pick in the 2014 CLax draft nowhas nine goals, four assists for 13 points in eight games.
First Star—Mike Teeter—Barrie Blizzard
Mike Teeter tallied a season high nine points (7 G, 2 A) to help capture the 2015 CLax scoring title with 34 points in just six games played. The Orangeville, ON native also finished first in goals with 20.