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Tweet of the Week: Mammoth Trending

0 - Published January 2, 2014 by in Box, National Lacrosse League

The NLL kicked off last weekend, and although Colorado dropped their home opener, they were making big waves online. Trendsmap, a website that monitors what’s trending on Twitter in different cities, tweeted that “Mammoth” was trending in Denver during the game against Edmonton.

NLL Previews: #9 Philadelphia Wings

0 - Published December 20, 2013 by in National Lacrosse League, Pro Lacrosse

Mark Powers and Connor are counting down the days until the NLL season kicks off and so is The Lacrosse Network! Over on The Lacrosse Show, Mark and CW are releasing one new pick in their NLL Top 9 each day until the season kicks off. Yesterday they released their #9 preseason team, and got to talking about the Philadelphia Wings!

1974 NLL Video: Griffins Vs Wings

0 - Published November 1, 2013 by in Box, National Lacrosse League, Videos

We’ve got even more GREAT video from GetBenched! Check them out on YouTube and subscribe for more great old school box lacrosse video content! GetBenched has delivered some superb video in the past, and I love the old MILL promo videos, as well as this 1975 game, also featuring the Philadelphia Wings.

Two Amazing MILL Vintage Videos

0 - Published October 24, 2013 by in Box, National Lacrosse League, Videos

GetBenched has put up three amazing videos featuring Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL). The MILL started up in 1987, and is the predecessor to the NLL we all currently know. There was another NLL back in the 70s, which eventually folded before the MILL came into existence. This stuff is pure vintage box lacrosse! Jofa helmets and spandex everywhere!

1975 Philadelphia Wings Video

0 - Published October 14, 2013 by in Box, National Lacrosse League, Videos

The year was 1975. The NLL had just started up and the Philadelphia Wings were the most popular team in this brand new professional sports league. Greats like Jim Wasson, John Grant Senior, and the Lloyd brothers played in the league, the helmets didn’t have face masks and the sticks were all made out of wood. The shorts were also truly short.