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Adanacs, Thunder and Lakers Find Wins

There were four games on the WLA schedule this weekend. There were two matchups on Friday night as Burnaby took on New Westminster and Victoria took on Langley. On Saturday night Langley took on Nanaimo and Victoria took on Coquitlam. In the first game on Friday night the Burnaby Lakers took on the New Westminster Salmonbellies. The first period between these two teams was close as Burnaby only lead 2-1…

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Vail Lacrosse Shootout Update

  The second day of heavy rain in the Vail Valley wreaked havoc on the Shootout. The U-19 Girls Gold bracket semi-finals were moved to Sunday morning. The youth Chumash tournament canceled its afternoon games and the U-19 boys 3:00pm games finished well after 6:00pm. In the Grandmasters (50 and over) championship game the Eldest Statesmen were victorious for the fourth year in a row. The men from Hobart are now…

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Cannons Snap Slump, Defeat 2-6 Nationals

The Cannons and Nationals both needed wins last night in Hamilton, but it was the Cannons who came up with the 15-13 win. Ari Sussman had five goals to lead the Cannons, the he had since his first game of the season against the Rochester Rattlers. Matt Poskay had three goals while Ryan Boyle had two and Kevin Buchanan had two. Jordan Burke was a beast in net. He made…

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Major League Lacrosse Post Game Show On Air

The Major League Lacrosse Post Game Show will hit the airwaves live at 10am this morning and be available on demand for the rest of the week starting in just an hour. Jack Goods is your host and he will be joined by Kyle Fletcher, who hosted the pre game show yesterday. There are plenty of storylines to discuss, such as the Cannons slump being snapped, the Charlotte Hounds huge…

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Hounds Bring Down Bayhawks

Matt Danowski is a very popular person in Charlotte right now. Danowski nailed a 2-pointer with only 22 seconds left on the clock to push the Charlotte Hounds (3-6) to a 13-12 victory over the Chesapeake Bayhawks (7-2). The Hounds overcame a 3-point deficit late in game to end the Bayhawks’ 5-game win streak. The Hounds played by far their best game of the season last night; everyone was clicking…

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Charlotte Looks for Third Win, Take on First Place Bayhawks

It’s a match-up between the top team in the league and one of the worst. This week the Chesapeake Bayhawks try to keep their spectacular season going when they face the Charlotte Hounds, who are looking to move further ahead of the Machine in the standings. The Bayhawks sit at 7-1, coming off of a critical 14-13 victory over the Boston Cannons. They are obviously the heavy favorite in this…

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Darris Kilgour No Longer Bandits GM

Last night it was reported by Teddy Jenner of IL Indoor that Buffalo Bandits head coach Darris Kilgour has been relieved of his general manager duties with the Bandits. He will remain the team’s head coach. Kilgour and the Bandits had a disappointing 2012, going 7-9 and were bounced from the playoffs in the first round by Toronto. Kilgour’s biggest move as GM this season was acquiring goaltender Anthony Cosmo from Minnesota…

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Three MLL Players to Watch Tonight

Three games on tap tonight, who are the top three players we should keep our eyes on? Here are my predictions on who the buzz will be about tomorrow night. Matt Poskay Playing the Hamilton Nationals tonight, I have a feeling Matt Poskay and the Boston Cannons will break out. Paul Rabil has had some big weeks, but I have a good feeling about Poskay tonight and what he can…

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Cannons vs Nationals Unit by Unit

The Cannons and Nationals will face off tonight in a rematch of the MLL Championship game, where the Nats try to get into the playoff picture and the Cannons try to regain their groove. Here is how they match up. Offense The Cannons have the advantage, scoring more than anyone in the league this season. Hamilton has some great scorers, like Casey Powell and Cody Jamieson, but I doubt they…

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