NLL Season in Review: Saskatchewan Rush

July 7, 2019

Most teams would consider finishing the regular season in first place to be a success, especially after a bit of upheaval in the organization. But most teams aren’t the Saskatchewan Rush. The 2019 season saw the Rush miss the NLL finals for the first time since 2015 when they won their very first title while still located in Edmonton. This year they were bounced from the postseason in the first round,…

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MLL: Stormy skies no problem for Outlaws in Mile High Fourth of July comeback win

July 7, 2019

The Denver Outlaws kept up their winning ways on America’s favourite day with a 14-13 come-from-behind win over the Chesapeake Bayhawks during their annual Mile High Fourth of July game. It puts the Outlaws at 5-1 and in first place in Major League Lacrosse. In front of 26,210 fans the Outlaws rallied from a 13-9 fourth quarter deficit during a game that was delayed 75 minutes and featured two further…

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PLL Week 4: Archers succumb to Chaos

June 29, 2019

Even though it appeared that Tom Schreiber was unstoppable to anyone other than himself, that turned out to be untrue. Apparently Schreiber can be controlled by the Chaos. He was held to one goal and two assists when the Archers LC battled Chaos last weekend at Homewood Field. Team Chaos walked away with a 14-13 win. The Maryland and Hopkins fans came out in force the night before. Those who…

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MSL: Brooklin Lacrosse Club staying positive despite record

June 26, 2019

Today is part two of our mid-season Major Series Lacrosse review, featuring the Brampton Excelsiors, Brooklin Lacrosse Club, and Oakville Rock. Click here to part one.   Brooklin Lacrosse Club Brooklin lost a lot this year, starting with the Redmen name, which was long overdue. While the name is historic to the club, it is widely considered offensive to Indigenous people, and since lacrosse was a gift from the Indigenous…

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NLL Protected Player Lists – 2019

June 26, 2019

NLL Announces Protected Player Lists Ahead of Expansion Draft New York and Rochester to make selections on July 9th PHILADELPHIA, June 25, 2018 – The National Lacrosse League has released the protected players list from each team in advance of the 2019 Expansion Draft on July 9th. The Rochester Knighthawks hold the first overall selection in the 2019 Expansion Draft as a result of the Expansion Draft Coin Toss. The New York…

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MSL: Kodiaks a surprise entry in league’s top three teams

June 25, 2019

It’s hard to believe we’re already a month into the 2019 Major Series Lacrosse season, but we are. The season’s biggest surprise is the emergence of the Cobourg Kodiaks, who sit in third place as of this writing. The defending Mann Cup champion Peterborough Lakers are in top spot, with the Six Nations Chiefs in second to nobody’s surprise. The Oakville Rock are right behind them in fourth with the…

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PLL Week 3: Schreiber proves to be Archers’ biggest threat despite loss

June 19, 2019

Week three in Premier Lacrosse League action saw Paul Rabil’s Atlas pick up their first win of the season while the Whipsnakes handed the Archers their first loss. Two more overtime games delighted over 11,000 fans in Chicago. Next week the PLL hits Baltimore. Pick up your tickets here: https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/baltimore. WHIPSNAKES 11 ARCHERS 10 OT The Whipsnakes came out on top with an 11-10 win over the Archers in another closely…

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NLL Season in Review: Georgia Swarm

June 14, 2019

While the 2019 season was the first since 2016 in which the Georgia Swarm got knocked out of the playoffs in the division semifinals (first round) it can still be defined as a successful one, even through the ups and downs. Season In Review Georgia started the season on a four-game winning streak before hitting a rough patch in mid-January, losing back-to-back games in the same weekend. That two-game losing…

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PLL Week 2: Atlas gets lost in the chaos

June 13, 2019

Week two was another wild and crazy outing in the Premier Lacrosse League with much of the same hard hitting, high scoring and intense play that was seen the week before in Boston – and the fans were not disappointed. Atlas Gets Lost in Chaos Atlas lost to Chaos despite leading in goals in each of the last two quarters. Trevor Baptiste proved that he can continue to be a…

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