The Best of 7 Minto Cup finals are two games in and the Six Nations Arrows are starting to really look flustered. Although the Arrows lost the first game to Coquitlam 7-6, the Adanacs got the better read on Six Nations in game two taking 11-6 win.
When rumors started swirling that the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League were going to leave Philly I was less than shocked. In fact, the only thing that shocked me was the fact that the Wings had remained in Philadelphia for as long as they had
Oakville Rock have an uphill battle but can still make MSL playoffs. While Brooklin has 1st locked up and Peterborough looks to have a firm grasp on 2nd place in the MSL; the battle will go down to the wire to decide 3rd and 4th playoff ranking
After losing 12-10 to the ‘Bellies on June 18th, the Adanacs will be seeking revenge and looking to avoid being swept in the season series between the first and second place teams in the BCJALL. A win for New West will clinch them the regular season title and will mark the first time since 2008 Coquitlam will not finish with first place honors.
After playing each other Saturday, the Adanacs will host the Shamrocks for their third and final meeting this season. With the first game between the two clubs ending in a 9-9 tie, a crucial two points is up for grabs as both teams fight for a better position in the standings and a more favorable draw heading into the post season. With Coquitlam sitting in second with 29 points, and Victoria currently in third with 23, it is probable these two teams will face each other in the first round of the 2014 BCJALL playoffs.
Both teams now have their complete rosters and all players back from school, you can be sure this game will be a little different than when the two league leaders first met. This week New West heads to Coquitlam for a battle of the bigs.
The BCJALL, or British Columbia Jr. A Lacrosse League, and LaxAllStars have teamed up to bring you the hottest content from one of the most competitive box lacrosse leagues in the world. Jr. A box lacrosse in BC is a big deal, with many rising stars playing in the league. Let’s take an inside look at Week 8.
The BCJALL and LaxAllStars have teamed up to bring you the hottest content from one of the most competitive lacrosse leagues in the world. For the rest of the season, Matt Bailey of the Burnaby Lakers will be the main eyes and ears for Mark during the season since he’s got the first hand look. In Canada, the summer is box season, so let’s talk Jr. A…
The box lacrosse helmet and face mask/cage controversy is still running strong in Canada. What is legal, what is not, and why? Can anything be done to fix this serious problem?
In case you missed Game 1 of the NLL Finals, The Lacrosse Network has you covered! Check out the full game below, and get ready for Game 2 this weekend! If Rochester wins, there will be a third, 10-minute mini game to decide the 2014 Champ! It’s all going down to the wire in the NLL…
The Final Four Weekend always leaves me with a slightly bitter taste in my mouth, and that feeling wholly emanates from the fact that college lacrosse is now over, and nothing else. It’s an unavoidable feeling, so I roll with it. To help get you over the championship weekend hump, we’ve put together a Final Four Aftermath post, to help you get back into normal society.
It was an exciting Sunday afternoon at the Chaska Community Center, as the Minnesota Swarm wrapped up its sixth season of the Youth Box League (YBL) with four championship games touting the best and brightest youth box lacrosse players across the metro area. The championships capped off yet another successful YBL campaign and the inaugural season for the YBL Elite League.
We have been pumping out videos from the Ales Hrebesky Memorial international box lacrosse tournament, and this is definitely the best one we’ve done yet! This video features just one game, but it was the big game, so that’s all that matters. Epic finals video between the Kahnawake Rapids and the Green Gaels! It almost makes you feel like you’re right there watching!
I brought Joe Williams of Throne of String to Prague for the 2014 Ales Hrebesky Memorial for two reasons: 1) he’s an awesome guy, good friend, and greasy box lacrosse player. 2) He makes videos the likes of which I want to someday make, and I knew he’d deliver with an insane Praha Experience video.
Gait Lacrosse took care of us and helped us get over to Prague for the Ales Hrebesky Memorial international box lacrosse tournament, and while the vast majority of my time was spent watching, filming, and playing box lacrosse, I also got out to see Prague for almost a full day. Joe Williams from Throne of String was with me the whole time, taping my silliness, and we put together a quick video showing off a day in the City.