This week’s POTW comes to us from this past weekend’s MLL game between the Denver Outlaws and the Ohio Machine.
Saturday was a do or die game against the Bayhawks for the Charlotte Hounds. The season is now more than half way over, and the chase for the postseason is getting tighter and tighter every week. Charlotte kept their dreams alive when they beat Chesapeake this week in an overtime thriller.
College rivals meet in Charlotte, Lizards or Cannons start a streak and the Machine look to pull off the upset of the decade.
Joe Vitale was a two-time first team All-American in his last two years at Adelphi, and played in two games for the Charlotte Hounds last year. Right now, Vitale is on the New York Lizards’ practice squad, and he can straight up BRING THE HEAT when shooting. He hit 111 at camp this week.
Yesterday we brought you Part One of Chasing The Dream, by Malcolm Chase. Today we bring you Part Two of Malcolm’s epic journey, as he strives to make a game roster for the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse.
The lower ranked Major League Lacrosse teams win, the top teams lose, and the playoff hunt gets a bit more complicated. It’s the MLL Week 7 Recap, Chris Rosenthall style.
Tales of an MLL Rookie’s Quest to get on the Field by Malcolm Chase
Connor Wilson quickly caught up with Rob Pannell, and had to ask him what it was like to see so many kids rocking his #3 Lizards jersey or T-shirt… Rob’s answer is pretty cool!
A Photo of the Week showcasing true dedication to the sport.
Last week, I asked if it was time for the Boston Cannons to panic, but after this past weekend, it looks like the crew from Beantown is hitting their stride again. So what changed, and how can Boston keep their winning ways going? Can they get better?
This week Charlotte took on the Boston Cannons and the Hounds just couldn’t get the job done in a huge game for Major League Lacrosse playoff implications!
In his last piece, Sean Christman wrote about some undrafted seniors with potential in the MLL. Since then, players have been getting picked up across the league by teams in need. Here is Sean’s look at some of those who have been picked up so far.
Tommy Palasek is currently leading the New York Lizards, of Major League Lacrosse, in scoring with 13 goals, and 4 assists, for 17 points. The most amazing thing about all of this is that through the first seven games of the season, Palasek hasn’t even been using his own stick!