We finally had a conclusion to what was a crazy season in the East division. The fantastic thing about it was that of the five games this weekend, four meant something in the playoff picture. But to think about it for a second, Vancouver almost beat Georgia. We would have had near chaos in the […]
On Friday night, the Stealth will end their home season by auctioning off their jerseys. The next night, the Rush and Swarm will also put their jerseys up for auctions with all proceeds raised going to the Humboldt Broncos.
There’s gridlock in the East Division but also solutions to the madness, the Stealth are officially out, New England is on a bad skid, Canada could skip out on the World Championships and much, much more is covered in Evan’s weekly Random Thoughts.
Another week in the NLL where things are clearer in the West, and nothing is clear in the East. Trades didn’t happen like we expected, the Stealth keep picking up more problems, and there’s some special ceremonies this weekend.
The Stealth are living in delusions of grandeur, Colorado had a weekend with Steve Fryer, Knighthawks fans have ideas for change, and so much more going on this week!
It was a wild weekend with only three games, but the Rush clinched, Vancouver loses all hope, Dawson goes to Saskatchewan and for the same cost, Powless heads to New England! What a time to be a NLL fan!
It’s hard to believe we’re at the halfway point of the NLL season. Let’s have a little fun by assigning some mid-season awards to the guys around the league getting it done.
The Rush swept the weekend, despite travel issues. I look at honoring players through tributes and correct pronunciations. I make my picks, give my analysis, and generally breakdown this week in NLL action.
No one is perfect, anymore! The NLL is ramping up and sure enough, it’s proving that we know nothing about lacrosse…
While the Calgary Roughnecks had the biggest turnaround from Week 1, the Vancouver Stealth continue to spin the tires.
We got to see two NLL games in Week 2. Both of them were fun to watch, and told us a lot more about four of the nine teams vying for a title in 2018.
A surprising start to the 2018 NLL season had New England besting the Georgia Swarm, while Rush wait to get started.