Dean Hill, former NLL player and Six Nations lacrosse coach, was pronounced dead on Sept. 5. He was 36. Dean Hill was an Iroquois lacrosse player born in Scarborough, Ontario. He was selected No. 48 overall during the 2005 NLL Entry Draft. During his NLL career, Hill played in 98 games over his 11-year career. […]
A dinner and gala honoring the legacy and life achievements of Oren Lyons was recently held in Upstate New York. Lacrosse All Stars is pleased to report that the event was a wonderful success. Oren was amazed, humbled, and grateful with the entire presentation and the many friends, family, and colleagues who came to celebrate […]
The following story about wooden lacrosse stickmaker Alf Jacques was written by Sean Kirst of the Buffalo News.
The Haudenosaunee look forward to hosting FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship on Onondaga Nation, September 18-27, 2015. Get all the details here!
Markbuster Videos! Markbuster Videos, there’s always next year… Ever since I started playing box lacrosse years ago, it’s been a life mission of mine to get to the Ales Hrebesky Memorial Tournament over in the Czech Republic. Among many things, I am jealous that Connor gets to head across the pond to ball out in Radotin […]
The Six Nations Chiefs defeated the Victoria Shamrocks in Game 6 of the 2013 Mann Cup to claim the championship, and the Chiefs now hold the mantle as Canada’s best Senior Lacrosse team. Cody Jamieson had seven points to take home MVP honors.
This is easily one of the weirdest and most excellent stories of the Summer… Photo Credit: Gary Woodburn Colin Doyle had a goal and an assist for Six Nations through two periods of Game 5, but with 11 minutes left in the game, both Six Nations goalies had been kicked out for illegal equipment, and Doyle […]
The Six Nations Chiefs won a pivotal Game 4 on Vancouver Island last night over the Victoria Shamrocks 8-3. The win tied the best of seven series at two gams apiece, and the five goal winning margin is the largest one we’ve seen in the four games so far. It looked like it was going to be another super tight game after a 2-2 first period, but Six Nations came out hot in the second, and pulled away.
With an 8-6 win on Monday night on Vancouver Island, the Victoria Shamrocks now hold a 2-1 advantage in the best of seven series over the Six Nations Chiefs. The winner of the series is crowned champion of Senior Men’s Lacrosse in Canada, and gets to hoist the monstrous Mann Cup.
The Six Nations Chiefs won Game 2 of the Mann Cup last night, 10-8, over the Victoria Shamrocks, and that evens the series at one win apiece, as the Shamrocks took Game 1 in a low-scoring 5-4 win. The two teams are starting to figure each other out a bit more, and the offensive production saw a marked increase. With some much offensive talent on the floor, it was only a matter of time!
The Victoria Shamrocks have punched their tickets to the Mann Cup Finals and are set to face The Six Nations Chiefs. Victoria knocked off two-time reigning WLA champions, the Langley Thunder. The Six Nations Chiefs swept the Brooklin Redmen four games to none and have been eagerly awaiting to see who they will do battle with – and they finally have their answer. Six Nations touched down in Victoria yesterday afternoon and are set to begin the series this Friday.
Just around the half-way point of the season both the MSL and WLA are a getting serious. The MSL top three teams are all neck and neck. The WLA is keeping everyone on their toes as the teams that started off hot have cooled, and those teams that started slow are starting to find their groove.