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Arena Lacrosse League Hold First Draft

The Arena Lacrosse League held its first-ever draft today, placing players on the six member teams. Each club was able to protect seven “local” players before the draft. ALL teams include: Oshawa Outlaws, Paris RiverWolves, Peterborough Timbermen, Six Nations Snipers,

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ALL Showcase Tour Approaching

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Arena Lacrosse League Summer Tour Coming Soon

What the press is saying: Taking a closer look at #boxlacrosse participation in U.S., & if new Arena Lacrosse League can help, via @StampLax: http://t.co/qFAy02tPrC — IL_Indoor.com (@IL_Indoor) May 14, 2015 New box league coming in the US. @arenalacrosse profiled

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CLax Names All-League Teams

The Canadian Lacrosse League named its all-league first and second teams today. The 2014 CLax season came to a conclusion on April 4 when the Niagara Lock Monsters defeated regular season winner Ohsweken Demons 10-9 in overtime. CLax 1st Team Dave DiRuscio,

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Creators’ Cup Preview: Demons Looking To Keep Cup In Six Nations

WHO: Ohsweken Demons vs Niagara Lock MonstersWHAT: Creators’ Cup FinalWHEN: Friday, April 4 – 8 PM (ET)WHERE: Iroquois Lacrosse Arena, Hagersville, Ontario Ohsweken Demons (8-1) vs Niagara Lock Monsters (7-2) The 2014 Canadian Lacrosse League season will come to a conclusion on

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Demons, Lock Monsters To Play For Creators’ Cup

Sports fans love upsets. At this time of the year March Madness often dominate the headlines with lower seeds knocking out college basketball giants (Mercer!) in the opening rounds of the tournament. In the Canadian Lacrosse League playoff semifinals no such “shockers”

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Creators’ Cup Semifinals Set For Sunday

The 2014 Canadian Lacrosse League season came to a conclusion last week with the top four teams shuffling for final playoff position. The red-hot Barrie Blizzard (4-4) were the big movers of the final weeks, winning four-in-a-row to earn the third seed

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