Tensions Run High in Rush Pre Season Win Over Roughnecks

December 16, 2016

It may have been preseason, but don’t tell that to the 12,000 plus fans who packed into the SaskTel Centre on Friday night to watch the Saskatchewan Rush defeat the Calgary Roughnecks 9-6. With moments remaining in the fourth quarter a brawl broke out that included both the team’s goalies. Greg Harnett was sent to the box late in the game for five minutes after it appeared he targeted the head…


CUFLA Countdown 2016: Trent University Excalibur

August 31, 2016

In 2008 and 2009 the Trent Excalibur finished first in the East and looked like they were on the rise to becoming a powerhouse in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association. But the next three seasons were a struggle for the Excalibur, as the team failed to reach .500 in each of those seasons. Last year Trent finished with a 6-6 record, won a playoff game and lost by one…


Week 1 CLax Three Stars: New Year, Same Fowler

January 19, 2016

Third Star: Ian Martin—Ohsweken Demons Ian Martin had a strong opening weekend for the Ohsweken Demons, netting six goals and four assists in two games. In Friday’s season opener, Martin tallied four points (2 G, 2 A) in the Demons 14-12 loss to the Barrie Blizzard on Friday. The next night, the Six Nation Arrows product followed up with an impressive six point (4 G, 2 A) performance in Ohsweken’s…


Week 6 CUFLA Three Stars- Croley is X-Factor in Big Win vs. Guelph

October 20, 2015

Photo Credit: SPORTDAD Sports Photography Third Star- Brandon Slade- Brock University ILWT CUFLA Three Star Mainstay Brandon Slade continued his sensational season, potting four goals and nine assists for 13 points in two games this past weekend. In the first contest, the Orangeville, ON native tallied two goals, including the game winner, while also adding four assists for six points in the Badgers win against Guelph(11-10). In the second match…


Teeter Impresses in Debut, Barrie Turfs Durham 14-10

January 18, 2015

Mike Teeter scored four goals and added an assist to help the Barrie Blizzards knock of the Durham Turfdogs 14-10 at the General Motors Centre on Saturday afternoon. The Orangeville,ON native joined the team this week replacing Colin Boucher after he was called up to the Vancouver Stealth. 
Brad Levick continued to impress his new club, netting a goal and three assists in his second game with the Blizzard. The…


Week 5 CLax Three Stars: Gibbons Shines in Blizzard Debut

March 6, 2014

Loads of action in the Canadian Lacrosse League (CLax) this past weekend as five teams hit the floor which included a pair of victories by the unbeaten Ohsweken Demons and the Barrie Blizzard’s first victory of 2014. Here are the In Lacrosse We Trust CLax Three Stars of Week Five. Third Star—Chris Attwood—Ohsweken Demons: The CLax league leading scorer Chris Attwood once again helped lead the Ohsweken Demons to a…


What’s Working So Well in Buffalo?

March 5, 2014

The real question is what isn’t working for the renewed Buffalo team. Troy Cordingley came aboard this offseason bringing refreshed relationships and different ideas.   First off, anyone can see how well John Tavares and Cordingley work together. Old teammates and career-long friends, they create a unique comeradery amongst the team.   This comaradery streams throughout the team now. On the offensive side of Buffalo’s recent success, Mitch Wilde and…


NLL: Mammoth Give Coaching Staff Pink Slips

March 4, 2014

Colorado will replace head coach Hamley and assistant coaches The Colorado Mammoth have announced that head coach Bob Hamley and assistants Ed Comeau and Sean Ferris have been relieved of their coaching duties effective immediately. “I have tremendous respect and admiration for Bob, Ed and Sean, and can’t say enough about what tremendous men they are,” said Mammoth president & general manager Steve Govett. “Unfortunately, our team has not met…


NCAA: Maryland, Virginia Come Up Big

March 3, 2014

NCAA Weekend Recap   #1 Duke   6 #2 Maryland 10   This was a third quarter game changer as Maryland scored three in the third and held Duke to none. After that, the Blue Devils seemed to lose all momentum. Maryland totaled 44 shots, 32 ground balls, 17 saves and won eight of 19 face offs. On the other side, Duke totaled 36 shots, 26 ground balls, 15 saves and won…