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!
Thanks to Max Seibald, Brian Karalunas, and Drew Adams for having a little fun with me, even though it was still raining pretty hard. Just a little post game fun in NYC!
The New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse defeat the Hamilton Nationals 12-10 on Randall’s Island in New York City.
The Outlaws want to continue their streak, the Machine want to end theirs, Boston needs to perk up, and the Hounds look to make history. It’s Week 7 of Major League Lacrosse!
Have we reached the point where the good and bad teams begin to sort themselves out? Is it already time to separate the pros from the cons, the platinum from the bronze (that might make sense in a moment)? The schedule says no, but some of these results argue otherwise.
If you haven’t bought a ticket yet, get on it now. This is the second, and last pro field lacrosse game in NYC this season, and if we don’t show, the MLL might not come back for years. If that happens, we have no one to blame but ourselves.
At 1-5, the Boston Cannons’ hopes of making Championship Weekend are starting to erode just a bit, and for a team with the amount of talent, veteran leadership, expectations, and consistency, this is pretty shocking. Is it time to panic, MLL style?
Lance Antoine provides a look back on the Charlotte Hound’s performance against the Ohio Machine in Week 6 of Major League Lacrosse action.
The Chesapeake Bayhawks came in to New York City to take on the New York Lizards, and they absolutely dominated the rain-soaked game, which was the first ever pro field lacrosse contest played at the iconic and historic Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island.