John Tavares: Soul to the Goal by Richard L. Jacob, Ph.D. is a quick read at less than 100 pages chronicling the life of the greatest indoor lacrosse player of all time.
On this week’s edition of Lacrosse Classified, we get right into our G Wilson Construction Under Review segment as we tackle the Dane Dobbie suspension. We also get into our Stampede Tack‘s #WhoYaGott and Who We Had. John Tavares and Ryan Benesch join us on the show, plus full recaps of Week 2 of the […]
Hop into the Lax Time-Machine as we take you back to the early 1990s and up until 2015 with our John Tavares lacrosse throwback.
Fans, players, media members and others come together to share their memories of the 2016 NLL Hall of Fame class.
Today we have the Tufts 2014 Video you need to see, along with the best photos, news links, and videos from across the internet.
Don’t miss John Tavares balling out for the Mississauga Tomahawks the season he earned Rookie of the Year honors, 1988.
He’s back. The Buffalo Bandits have announced legendary forward John Tavares, the National Lacrosse League’s all-time leading scorer, will return to the team for a league-record 24th season after reaching a contract agreement earlier this month. – See more at: https://www.nll.com/news_article/show/424350?referrer_id=389128#sthash.Hm2LPBIL.dpuf
At 45, Buffalo Bandits captain John Tavares has been answering questions about when he might retire for 10 years now. He said it was rare back then for a player to be competitive past age 35 but Tavares has been able to defy the odds.
The Buffalo Bandits won the MILL title in 1992 and 1993. In 1994 they made it back to the Finals where they took on the Philadelpia Wings. The Wings had both Paul and Gary Gait on their team, as well as some other real legends, and they wanted to knock off the Bandits badly.
In my opinion, there are two indisputable legends of the indoor game currently playing in the NLL. The first is John Grant Jr. The second scored an OT winner for the Buffalo Bandits last weekend while playing against the Philadelphia Wings. His name is John Tavares.
Randy Fraser was playing for the Boston Blazers in the 1990s, and when I found the above footage of a CRAZY MILL box lacrosse brawl, I knew I needed to get Randy’s take on the video. It turns out he uploaded it to YouTube, and played in the game, so there really is no one better suited to regale us with a quality story!