• NCAA: Yale Bulldogs to defend title after upsetting Penn State
  • NCAA: A cavalier win for UVA in semi-finals
  • NLL: Del Bianco shines in Roughnecks’ game one win over Bandits
  • NCAA: Fire day from Spencer lifts Loyola over Syracuse
  • NLL: Roughnecks will represent the West in NLL Cup

2013 NLL Free Agents: Toronto Rock

Coming off of a Championship season, Toronto was disappointed to lose to the Rochester Knighthawks in the Eastern Conference Championships. They have some big free agents this off season they would like to keep. Colin Doyle- There is probably no way that Doyle signs anywhere else but Toronto, I just can’t believe it. I would expect about a 95% chance he stays. Josh Sanderson- I also do not imagine Sanderson…

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CLax Preparing for 2013 Season, Looking for Owners

The 2012 Canadian Lacrosse League season ended with a championship for the Ohsweken Demons, and since the end, all the talk has been about 2013. Will the league stay intact? And what is to come? “We are looking at possibly becoming more involved with the NLL.” said CLax commissioner Paul St. John. “Last year we had 7 players and 1 Director of Operations (Steve Toll) make their way from Clax…

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Jerry Ragonese Acquired by Hounds

Yesterday the Charlotte Hounds acquired faceoff specialist Jerry Ragonese from the Long Island Lizards. Last night I spoke to Jerry about the move. “I am really just excited to be playing again.” said Ragonese.  “Just getting an opportunity to help them at the X is a good enough for me. “ Ragonese will likely be the Hounds primary faceoff guy for the next two weeks, before Geoff Snider comes home…

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2013 NLL Draft Prospects: Dhane Smith

When cuts were made for team Canada’s U19 squad heading to Turku, Finland, no doubt Dhane Smith was disappointed he didn’t make the cut. However, it may have been a blessing in disguise as the Kitchener/Waterloo star has been able to play with the big boys and show he’s ready to take the next step. Smith finished his fourth season with the Kitchener/Waterloo Braves of the OLA’s Junior A circuit…

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Introducing the Detroit Redhawks!

The InLax Lacrosse League is announcing its third member, the Detroit Redhawks, today! The Redhawks are the third member of the league, joining the Winnipeg Prairie Dogs and the Minnesota Marauders. The Redhawks will be playing out of Joe Louis Arena, home to the Redwings. Detroit has been without a professional lacrosse team since 1994 when the Detroit Turbos disbanded. The Turbos also played out of Joe Louis Arena and…

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Founders Cup Dreams End For the Buzz

The Oakville Buzz 2012 season came to an end Sunday night as they fell for the third straight game to the hands of the first seed Akwesasne Indians. After upsetting the Indians in game one to a score of 10-9, Akwesasne turned the tables and won the remaining games to win the series. In game two at the Hive, Oakville headed into the third period only down 5-3 but was…

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2013 NLL Free Agency: Buffalo Bandits

We will be looking at all of the team needs for the National Lacrosse League today, and we begin today by looking at the free agents of the Buffalo Bandits. After we look at each team in the league, we will look at who they could look to bring in from an outside source, and who they will be looking to draft. Buffalo Bandits Anthony Cosmo – The Bandits acquired…

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MLL Future In Minnesota?

Minnesota has seen great growth in recent years when it comes to lacrosse, with the Minnesota Swarm helping to spread the word. The question some have been asking is whether that growth is enough to support two lacrosse teams, a NLL team in the Winter and an MLL team in the summer. Its hard to argue against the numbers when it comes to the massive increase of interest in the…

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Ohio Machine Moving in Right Direction Year One

Yesterday I examined the first season for the expansion Charlotte Hounds, and today it is time to look at the Ohio Machine. The Machine have had a very rough season, as they are 2-8 and in last place in Major League Lacrosse. They have the third worst goals for in the league and they have allowed the second most, behind fellow expansion team Charlotte. One thing that surprised me was…

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MILA Gears Up For Year Two

Last year was full of lacrosse growth, with new leagues popping up all over the place. The two that got the most press were CLax and the North American Lacrosse League, but one that might of been overlooked by many was the Midwest Indoor Lacrosse Association. The MILA may not be at the professional level that some of the other leagues are at, but they are bringing box lacrosse to…

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