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Introducing the Minnesota Marauders!

Earlier we took a look at the first member of the InLax Lacrosse League, the Winnipeg Prairie Dogs. Today we feature the second member of the league, the Minnesota Marauders! The Minnesota area has a growing lacrosse following thanks to the Swarm, and the Marauders hope to continue that success. The Minnesota Swarm have helped lacrosse grow at an incredible rate at a youth level state-wide. The attendances have been…

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MLL Future In Seattle?

Recently I’ve been looking at places where the MLL may look in the future. I’ve already taken a good look at Florida and Atlanta, but today I’m moving out west. The league has made it clear that they hoped to once again try westward expansion. In 2006 the league added the Los Angeles Riptide and the San Francisco Dragons but both teams failed, leaving the Denver Outlaws as the only…

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Lizards Look for Sixth in a Row Against Rochester

The Long Island Lizards are currently on a five game win streak and sitting in second place in the league and they’d like to keep it that way. A loss by the Lizards (5-2) and a win by the Boston Cannons (5-3) would send the Lizards down to third place and possibly into fourth. A win against the Lizards would really help the Rochester Rattler’s playoff hopes. They are currently…

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Charlotte Hounds Open Second Half Against Chesapeake

July 5, 2012— Although they were attempting (and somewhat expected) to resemble the old Toronto Nationals team that won an MLL title their first year in the league, the Hounds are still getting started. Boasting huge names like Matt Danowski, Billy Bitter, Jeremy Boltus, Jovan Miller, and the All-Star game’s MVP Stephen Berger has not been a problem this year, chemistry, however, has been. Way to many times this year…

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Lakers Defeat Redmen in MSL

Arenas with plenty of tradition are great to be in to watch any sport, let alone lacrosse. But it usually means they fall short of the amenities modern multifunctional facilities take for granted; amenities such as internet, accessible seating, media galleries and air conditioning. On Wednesday night the Peterborough Lakers, who play in their own historic building, travelled to the Iroquois Sports Park in Whitby to take on the Brooklin…

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MLL: Outlaws Outlast Machine

The fireworks show last night at Sports Authority field flew high with enjoyment last night for Outlaws fans, as Denver defeated the Ohio Machine 17-13. Although Denver won by four, the game was a lot closer than that. The Outlaws took a commanding 10-1 lead in the second quarter, and all looked grim for the Machine. As the game went on, Ohio fought on. They outscored Denver in the second…

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Boston Cannons Second Half Preview

The Boston Cannons will begin their second half this Saturday, and they hope to start it better than their first half ended, losing three of their last four games. The Cannons lead the league in goals, so offense is not a problem, and neither is their goaltending with Jordan Burke in the net. However, their issue in the past four games has been scoring late. If they can get their…

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Outlaws Take on Machine in Fireworks Game

Tonight the Denver Outlaws will play in their much anticipated Fireworks game when they take on the Ohio Machine tonight on CBS Sports Network. The Outlaws could use a win, it would boost them into third place by themselves ahead of the Boston Cannons. Meanwhile, the Machine are looking for just their second win of the season and to tie the Charlotte Hounds for seventh place. Denver will need performances…

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Denver Outlaws vs. Ohio Machine Unit by Unit

The Ohio Machine head to Denver to face the Outlaws on a July 4 bash. Both teams are coming off a loss before the All-Star game. Denver needs to get back on track in order to keep pace in the race for the playoffs while Ohio will need to win to help get out of the cellar of the league. Ohio may be in the bottom three in goals scored,…

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Making Sense of the Roughnecks Not Retaining Dave Pym

In one of the most shocking moves possible this 2012 National Lacrosse League off seasons, the Calgary Roughnecks let their head coach Dave Pym go, releasing him from his duties as the team’s head coach. Pym let the Roughnecks to a league best 12-4 in 2012, but fell in the playoffs to the Edmonton Rush, the last qualifying playoff team. He went 33-15 overall in his tenure with Calgary, winning…

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