• MSL: League returns to play with MSL Classic
  • PLL: Teat gets Atlas back on track
  • PLL: Waterdogs double up Chrome for second win of weekend
  • PLL: Troutner leads Redwoods over Whipsnakes
  • PLL: Waterdogs take advantage of abysmal looking Cannons team

Rush Sale to Blades a Good Move for Both Sides

The recent announcement that the Saskatchewan Rush have been sold by Bruce Urban to the Saskatoon Blades surprised many. But in the long term, this is a move that should be good for everyone involved. Urban bought the team in 2005 and moved it to his hometown of Edmonton, AB. The franchise was originally the Syracuse Smash, operating in New York from 1998-2000 before moving to Ottawa and being renamed…

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PLL: Jack Kelly and Redwoods roll over Waterdogs in the rain

Redwoods Lacrosse Club came away with a dramatic 19-16 win over Waterdogs LC on Saturday afternoon in PLL action at Hofstra University. It was a big scoring game for the NBC broadcast, and the constant drizzle of rain did nothing to dampen the action. Both teams were coming off losses, and eager to move up in the league standings with the All-Star break approaching. “It was a back-and-forth game, and…

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PLL: Chrome knocks off another top-rated team

Chrome Lacrosse Club scored late in the fourth quarter and held the undefeated Archers Lacrosse Club to only one goal at the end of the game to upset a dominant lacrosse team for the second week in a row, taking the 8-7 win in Friday night PLL action. The group of lacrosse veterans on Chrome seem to have found their niche in the Premier Lacrosse League these last two weeks. Although…

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NLL Expansion Draft 2021: The Results

The Panther City Expansion Draft has concluded, and the NLL’s next team to start play now has a large chunk of their roster set. They were guaranteed to get 13 players; they ended up with 16 after four trades following the picks. GOALIES Kevin Orleman Nick Damude The Panthers picked two of the best young goaltenders in the game with these selections. Orleman has been biding his time in Georgia,…

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PLL: Down go the defending champs

It was a bad day to be a Whipsnake. Chrome Lacrosse Club picked up their first win of the season on Sunday with a decisive 16-6 victory over the defending champions. Either way, a streak was going to end in this one. The Whipsnakes were working on a win streak dating back to 2019, and Chrome had yet to win a game this season. Zed Williams, injured on Friday, did not…

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PLL: Cannons can’t beat Teat

Cannons Lacrosse Club struggled against Atlas LC on Sunday afternoon at Homewood Field, losing 18-17 despite a valiant effort from Lyle Thompson at the buzzer. Thompson went for a 2-pointer, which would have given the Cannons the win, but he was tackled onto the field by Michael Rexrode. Most surprising in the game was that Thompson was held to two assists. A goalless game has only happened one other time…

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PLL: Chaos get first win of PLL season

Kyle Harrison’s last game at Homewood Field ended in an 11-9 loss to Chaos, but with his family in attendance for post-game hugs, it wasn’t all bad. The veteran forward will retire after this PLL season, so it was a special game. But, the Redwoods fall to 2-2 on the season, and the Chaos, troublemakers in last year’s playoffs, picked up their first win. It was a tightly contested first…

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PLL: Archers assert dominance over Waterdogs

What a game for Adam Ghitelman. The Archers’ goaltender not only stopped nine shots in the team’s 17-8 win over Waterdogs LC on Saturday night, he added an assist and a two-point goal. And he did both in style. Midway through the second quarter with Archers up 7-3, Ghitelman scooped up a loose ball near his crease and ran 65 yards downfield, making it to the Waterdogs’ arc before passing…

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PLL: Whipsnakes slither past Atlas

Matt Rambo did what Matt Rambo is used to doing in the Premier Lacrosse League – winning in overtime. The Whipsnakes’ forward ended Atlas’ quest to stop the defending champions’ win streak when he scored in OT for the 12-11 Whipsnakes win on Friday night. The Whips’ streak is now at 11. The powerhouse club remains unbeaten this season. In fact, the Whipsnakes last lost in 2019. Atlas head coach Ben…

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PLL: Archers in first after win over Chaos

The Premier Lacrosse League’s second weekend of action came to a close Sunday with the Archers using an 11-2 scoring run over the final three quarters to beat Chaos 12-8. The win vaults the Archers to the top of the PLL standings with a 2-0 record – tied with Whipsnakes, but ahead on goal differential – while the Chaos second loss in Atlanta keeps them winless on the season, now…

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