• NLL: Fight night in Philly leads to Wings’ win
  • NLL: Knighthawks defeat defending champs for first franchise win
  • NLL: Thunderbirds move to 5-0 with win over Seals
  • NLL: Beach night successful for Warriors with 7-5 win over Mammoth
  • NLL: Can Trevor Baptiste be the next Geoff Snider?

NLL: Rock take backbreaker over winless Knighthawks

Saturday night the Toronto Rock (3-1) won their third straight game by defeating the Rochester Knighthawks (0-4) 13-12 at Scotiabank Arena in front of 8,685 fans. With the win, Toronto has also secured the season series tie breaker versus Rochester should the teams finish with the same record. Back on December 28th the Rock came up victorious 14-11 in Rochester. Rob Hellyer led the way for the Rock (3G/3A). He became…

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NLL: Swarm stumble at home

The Georgia Swarm lost their second consecutive game at home on Saturday night, falling 16-10 against the Buffalo Bandits. Both teams came into the game after suffering home losses two weeks prior. It was Lacrosse Out Cancer night in Georgia with the team wearing special uniforms. From early on, this game was a one-sided affair. Buffalo came out firing on all cylinders and took advantage of an uncharacteristically bad Georgia…

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NLL: Wings get second win in a row

Saturday night the Philadelphia Wings (2-1) defeated the New York Riptide (0-5) 15-12 in front of 5,019 at NYCB Live. It was their second win in a row ahead of their home opener this Friday at Wells Fargo Center. Kevin Buchanan started the Wings off quick by scoring 33 seconds into the contest. But the Riptide started to click on both sides of the ball. Jake Fox’s first NLL goal…

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NLL: Mammoth continue win streak at home

After spending the month of December on the road the Colorado Mammoth returned to the Loud House and the loudest fans in the NLL. The team was coming off back-to-back road wins and extended their streak to three total games with a 13-9 win over the Vancouver Warriors. Keegan Bal would get the first goal of the game for the Warriors scoring at 11:42 of the first quarter. Vancouver scored…

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Press Release: PLL season to open at Gillette Stadium

LOS ANGELES, CA. (January 7, 2020) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that the league will open the 2020 regular season at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. The PLL season will begin for the second consecutive year at Gillette Stadium with a primetime matchup under the lights on Friday, May 29th and will be followed by two games on Saturday, May 30th. PLL action is scheduled to return…

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NLL: Thunderbirds improve to 3-0 with win over Bandits

The Halifax Thunderbirds completely dominated the Buffalo Bandits for two quarters and tied one quarter to end up with the 15-10 win on Saturday night at Keybank Center. They move to a 3-0 record while Buffalo drops to 1-1 on the season. Buffalo scored quickly to go up 2-0. However, the Thunderbirds found their footing and went on a 4-0 run before Buffalo recovered and replied with Ian MacKay and…

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Press Release: PLL introduces the Waterdogs LC

LOS ANGELES, CA. (January 1, 2020) – Today, The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced the name of its expansion lacrosse club: Waterdogs LC. The club is scheduled to begin play in the 2020 season. “For months, we have been working on creating the identity for our expansion club that would promote both excitement within our community and raise interest across sports and entertainment, says PLL Co-Founder and CSO Paul Rabil….

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NLL: Second consecutive road win for Rock

Saturday night the Toronto Rock (2-1) took a short trip over the border to defeat the new Rochester Knighthawks (0-3) 14-11 in front of 5,036 in attendance at Blue Cross Arena. Toronto started out quick, scoring three times in each of the first two quarters, then going on cruise control after a six-goal outburst in the third. “It was a good result,” said Rock head coach Matt Sawyer in his…

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NLL: Last-second heroics from Rambo lifts Philadelphia over Calgary

In their first ever visit to Scotiabank Saddledome, the Philadelphia Wings must have wondered if they had shown up to the wrong venue. With no sign of the hosts, Philadelphia made themselves at home and patiently waited and wondered if their late-night date would appear. Hot from the YYC airport, the hometown Roughnecks piled off the team bus and right into their second game in 24 hours. At 10:26 p.m….

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