Youth Lacrosse | Parker Parks and Recreation
Email Alfredo Negrin to volunteer as a coach and for more information about leagues, camps, clinics and lacrosse instruction.
Boys’ Lacrosse Leagues
Boys’ lacrosse leagues are offered in the summer, winter, and spring seasons.
Registrations are primarily on an individual basis, however, some leagues may accept team registration.
Due to lack of demand, we do not currently offer girls’ lacrosse leagues. Girls are able to join these boys’ leagues and should be aware that girls and boys lacrosse follow different rules and require different equipment. Please email Alfredo if you are interested in a girls’ lacrosse league!
Kinder Lacrosse (Ages 4 to 6)
Kinder Lacrosse will provide the young athlete with an introduction to the basic skills and stick work needed to progress within the sport. Led by volunteer coaches, teams are designed to introduce children to the basics of Lacrosse through practices and scrimmages that focus on scooping, carrying, cradling, passing, and shooting.
Sticks will be provided to those who do not have one. Gloves and helmets are encouraged and highly recommended even though this is a limited contact program.
CARA Lacrosse – Spring and Fall (Ages 6 to 14)
Traditional field lacrosse seasons are held in the spring and fall seasons. This program is a partnership with the Colorado Association of Recreational Activities (CARA) and will require some travel for games. Volunteer coaches are needed to lead teams.
Boys’ Box Lacrosse – Blue/White League
(Ages 6 to 14)
Boys’ Box Lacrosse – Blue/White is offered in the winter season. This program is scheduled at the Parker Fieldhouse with games typically being played on Saturday evenings. Registration is accepted by Team and Free Agent teams are also available for individuals to join. This league is for beginner to intermediate teams only.
Lacrosse Camps, Clinics and Instruction
A variety of camps for players at all skill levels are offered throughout the year and hosted by a variety of partners including SNAPLAX, Hawks LAX or POWLAX. Each camp is taught by experienced coaches with impressive lacrosse resumes. Camps are offered for:
- Beginning Lacrosse Players
- Girl’s Lacrosse
- Position Specific Training
- Weekly Instruction
Players must provide a stick for all camps. Helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, short stick, gloves, mouthpiece, and cup are required for most lacrosse camps and strongly recommended for the beginners camps.
Please Note: Lacrosse is offered year round in a variety of formats. View our Parker Parks and Recreation Brochure for current and specific information about leagues, camps and clinics
60-second shot clock reset proposed in men’s college lacrosse
The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee proposed resetting the shot clock to 60 seconds when the offensive team retains possession after taking a valid shot and in other specific situations in the offensive half of the field, beginning in the 2021-22 academic year.
All rules recommendations must be approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which is scheduled to discuss men’s lacrosse proposals July 21.
The shot clock also would be reset to 60 seconds after loose-ball technical fouls in the offensive half of the field. If a foul is committed during a clear and the clock is above 60 seconds, the shot clock would be reset to 80 seconds.
Once play is stopped in flag-down (slow whistle) scenarios and the shot clock is at or below 60 seconds while possession remains in the offensive half of the field, the shot clock would reset to 60 seconds. If the shot clock is above 60 seconds, the clock would be reset to 80 seconds.
When play is stopped for a defensive injury and the shot clock is above 60 seconds, the reset would be 80 seconds. If the shot clock is at or below 60 seconds in the offensive half of the field, it would be reset to 60 seconds.
“When the initial 80-second shot clock was put in place, it had to take into account the clearing game,” said Jon Hind, committee chair and director of athletics at Hamilton. “When the offense retains possession after a valid shot, the subsequent reset stayed at 80 this season, even though the ball was already cleared. The committee felt this is slowing down the game, and we wanted to focus on increasing the pace of play.”
When the visible all-possession shot clock was originally implemented in the spring of 2019, the committee wanted a clock that could display the 20 seconds a team has to clear the defensive half of the field and then reset the shot clock to 60 seconds once a team crossed midfield. However, financial and technology obstacles at that time did not allow the committee to fully implement this concept. The result was a visible 80-second all-possession shot clock.
“This was something that everyone had in the back of their minds as being the best option for our game,” said Willie Scroggs, the secretary-rules editor for men’s lacrosse. “We’ve reached the place where we originally wanted to get to back in 2019.”
While this is not a rules change year for men’s lacrosse, the committee is able to make this recommendation to PROP due to a moratorium last year on any rules changes that could impact school budgets for the 2020-21 academic year. The moratorium was put in place as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This recommendation goes hand in hand with a rule change the committee approved in 2017 requiring schools to have two shot clocks that could be set/reset to two different times. This change was delayed by PROP last year and subsequently a new effective date of 2022 was established.
Committee members spoke at length about the new faceoff rules that went into effect for the 2021 season. Under the new rules, players are required to stand, and the hand closest to the throat of the crosse must be in a palm up position.
The committee received feedback from the membership indicating the faceoff change was a positive for the game.
Additionally, the committee thoroughly discussed plays around the goal crease. In recent years, this has been a regular topic for the committee to discuss. The committee will continue to monitor plays in this area of the field.
Eastern Michigan to offer women’s lacrosse starting in 2021-22
YPSILANTI, Mich. (EMUEagles.com) – Eastern Michigan University announced today, Nov. 6, that the EMU Department of Athletics will add women’s lacrosse as a varsity sport. The program will play its inaugural season against NCAA Division I competition in the 2021-22 academic year.
The announcement takes place at the same time the Mid-American Conference announced that it will be adding the sport as a conference championship beginning with the 2021 season. Eastern will be the fourth full-time MAC institution to sponsor the sport at the NCAA Division I level. Central Michigan added the sport in 2016, Kent State began playing in 2019, while Akron is set to field a team for the first time in 2020. Detroit-Mercy and Youngstown State are also joining as MAC affiliate members.
“Women’s lacrosse is growing at an incredible pace and we are excited to expand opportunities for Michigan high school women to participate in a Division I sport and the academic experiences that Eastern Michigan provides,” said EMU Vice President/Director of Athletics Scott Wetherbee. “We are committed to providing more athletic and academic opportunities for women and we believe the sport is a strong fit for our athletic program. We are very excited about the addition and I am certain the team will contribute to our legacy of athletic success.”
The program will include the NCAA maximum of 12 scholarships and a target roster of 35. The team will play its games at a yet to be determined location.
The addition of women’s lacrosse will increase Eastern’s sport total to 19, including 12 women’s programs. It marks the first addition of a new varsity sport at the University since women’s rowing began competition in the 2001-02 academic year.
EMU has the goal of hiring the first lacrosse head coach in the spring of 2020. Additional coaching and support staff will be added in 2020 and 2021.
“I am pleased our membership is adding the sport of women’s lacrosse to our offering of championships,” said MAC Commissioner Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher. “This is truly a historic day as women’s lacrosse has been a topic of conversation among our membership. The addition of women’s lacrosse adds to our already broad offering of championship opportunities for student-athletes. I am already looking forward to the inaugural season.”
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing team sports in America. At the NCAA Division I level, individual participation in women’s lacrosse increased by more than 46 percent from 2012-18. During that same time period, collegiate sponsorship of the sport grew by more than 34 percent.
The lacrosse season, which typically consists of around 17 contests (approximately half of which are home games), begins in February and runs through May. The 2020 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse National Championship will be held May 22-24, at Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Field in Baltimore, Md.
About Eastern Michigan University Athletics
Eastern Michigan University has been a member of the Mid-American Conference since 1971 and has been among the league’s most successful members. The Division I program boasts 149 MAC team championships, the most of any team in the league during that span. Eastern Michigan, which has had a representative at every summer Olympics since 1960, has won 15 team national championships and 55 individual national titles since 1932.
About Eastern Michigan University
Founded in 1849, Eastern is the second oldest public university in Michigan. It currently serves 18,000 students pursuing undergraduate, graduate, specialist, doctoral and certificate degrees in the arts, sciences and professions. In all, more than 300 majors, minors and concentrations are delivered through the University’s Colleges of Arts and Sciences; Business; Education; Health and Human Services; Technology, and its graduate school. EMU is regularly recognized by national publications for its excellence, diversity, and commitment to applied education.
About the Mid-American Conference
Founded in 1946, the Mid-American Conference is an NCAA Division I, 12-member conference that sponsors 23 championships, and will increase to 24 championships in 2020-21, and is one of 10 members of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). With total enrollment of nearly 300,000 students, the league represents institutions of higher learning in five (5) states – Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York, and Ohio.
Current full member institutions and the year they joined are — East Division: University of Akron (1992), Bowling Green State University (1952), University at Buffalo (1998), Kent State University (1951), Miami University (1947), Ohio University (1946). West Division: Ball State University (1973), Central Michigan University (1971), Eastern Michigan University (1971), Northern Illinois University (1975-86, rejoined in 1997), University of Toledo (1950), Western Michigan University (1947). The conference office is based in Cleveland, Ohio. For more information visit www.GetSomeMACtion.com.
Lacrosse Frequently Asked Questions
WHY IS EASTERN MICHIGAN ADDING A SPORT?
This decision best positions the University’s Athletics programs for the future. The addition of athletics offerings at Eastern Michigan University is a complex and strategic decision that takes into consideration a number of factors, including high school and college sports participation rates, and resource requirements. It focuses on the most effective means for fulfilling the University’s commitment to enable our student-athletes to achieve ambitious academic, athletic, and personal aspirations, and to compete successfully for conference championships and national recognition.
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME EMU ADDED A SPORT?
The addition of women’s lacrosse will increase Eastern’s sport total to 19, including 12 women’s programs. It marks the first addition of a new varsity sport at the University since women’s rowing began competition in the 2001-02 academic year.
WHY DID YOU CHOOSE LACROSSE?
According to a 2018-19 National Federation of High School Associations participation survey, women’s lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in high schools across the country. The sport saw a 53.6 percent increase in participation from 2008-09 (64,929) to 2018-19 (99,750).
Furthermore, at the NCAA Division I level, individual participation in women’s lacrosse increased by more than 46 percent from 2012-18. During that same time period, collegiate sponsorship of the sport grew by more than 34 percent.
WHAT IS THE POPULARITY OF LACROSSE AT EMU AND IN MICHIGAN?
Women’s lacrosse is currently offered as a club sport at Eastern Michigan. The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) already offers women’s lacrosse as a championship sport and has been sponsoring the sport since 2005. For the 2019-20 academic year, 88 schools make up the two MHSAA divisions.
WHEN IS THE FIRST COMPETITIVE SEASON?
EMU’s women’s lacrosse inaugural season will take place in the 2021-22 academic year, with competition starting in the spring of 2022.
WHAT CONFERENCE WILL EMU COMPETE IN FOR WOMEN’S LACROSSE?
Eastern will be the fourth Mid-American Conference institution to sponsor the sport at the NCAA Division I level. Central Michigan added the sport in 2016, Kent State began playing in 2019, while Akron is set to field a team for the first time in 2020.
The MAC is adding the sport as the league’s 24th championship sport beginning with the 2021 season. Detroit-Mercy and Youngstown State are joining as MAC affiliate members. For women, 13 MAC championships are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis.
DO ENOUGH TEAMS COMPETE TO SCHEDULE REGIONALLY AND NATIONALLY?
There are over 40 Division I women’s lacrosse programs in driving distance of Ypsilanti. Nationally, there are 116 Division I women’s lacrosse programs with more being added in the coming years.
Regional rivalries could include: Butler, Canisius, Cincinnati, Duquesne, Michigan, Niagara, Ohio State, and Pittsburgh.
WHAT FACILITIES WILL THE TEAM USE FOR PRACTICES AND COMPETITION?
The team will play its games at a yet to be determined location.
HOW MANY ROSTER SPOTS DO YOU PLAN TO HAVE?
The program will include the NCAA maximum of 12 scholarships and a target roster of 35.
WHO WILL COACH THE TEAM?
EMU has the goal of hiring the first lacrosse head coach in the spring of 2020. Additional coaching and support staff will be added in 2020 and 2021.
HOW DOES THIS DECISION AFFECT EMU’S TITLE IX COMPLIANCE?
The addition of lacrosse is one of many efforts Eastern Michigan has undertaken to maintain its laser focus on Title IX compliance. We presently have more opportunities for female student athletes on campus than we ever have. In fact, more than 50 percent of our student athletes this year are women, and that number will increase further with the addition of lacrosse and our other ongoing efforts. At present, the lawsuit brought in 2018 by members of our tennis team and former softball team remains pending in federal court. We cannot discuss the ongoing litigation, but our commitment to Title IX compliance has never wavered.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I WANT TO BE RECRUITED/PLAY?
Those interested should fill out a potential student-athlete questionnaire.
Are there plans to add or drop other sports?
With the return of women’s tennis in 2019-20 and the addition of women’s lacrosse in 2021-22, the University has no plans to add or discontinue any other sports at EMU.
2021 Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview — The Beginning of an Era
SALEM, Ore. – History will be made on Saturday afternoon, when the Corban University women’s lacrosse team takes the field for the first time in program history against crosstown rival Willamette University.
The monumental match will be the beginning of an era for the program, kicking off an eight-game spring schedule for the Navy and Gold.
Scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. at Sparks Field, live video for the game will be available HERE, and live stats for the event can be found HERE.
“We are excited to make our debut,” said head coach Kylie McMinn. “This year has handed us many challenges, and I am so proud of these ladies for taking everything in stride. We are looking forward to the opportunity to worship God with our efforts on the field this Saturday, and we will leave the results up to Him. We understand the He is the ultimate builder of this team, and we trust Him with that. It’s a privilege to play the game we love for the God we love.”
McMinn brought in a talented recruiting class for the upcoming campaign, compiling a youthful, dynamic roster for the unit’s flagship season.
After the club’s opener against its capital-city rival, the Warriors will continue their schedule with three more road battles against NCAA foes. The squad is set to face off with NCAA Division III schools University of Puget Sound (March 7) and Pacific University (March 10), before heading out to La Grande, Ore. for back-to-back matches on March 20-21—starting with NCAA Division II Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) and concluding with Eastern Oregon University (EOU).
The Warriors will then head north to Tacoma, Wash. to challenge Pacific Lutheran University, eventually ending the season with another doubleheader against NNU and EOU on April 16 and April 18.
With women’s lacrosse not currently serving as a Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) sponsored sport, the Warriors’ lone postseason opportunity is the NAIA National Championships, which are slated for May 5-8 in Savannah, Ga.
To view the team’s schedule, CLICK HERE.
Warrior fans will want to keep an eye on Sydney Davis and Geneen Impreso, who figure to play key roles in Corban’s attack this spring. Possessing an ability to score out of the midfield, the athleticism and versatility of Sarah Whitbey and Devyn Davis figure to be valuable assets to McMinn and company, as well.
Joanna Wattimena—the lone junior on Corban’s young roster—and Hannah Jenkins project to spearhead the squad’s defensive efforts, tasked with shutting down opposing attacks. Meanwhile, Payton Nuse will anchor the team in goal.
To see the squad’s complete roster, CLICK HERE.
Excitement is high surrounding the program as it looks ahead to its debut, with history waiting to be made at Sparks Field tomorrow afternoon.
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American Athletic Conference to Sponsor Women’s Lacrosse Beginning in 2019
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco has announced the addition of women’s lacrosse as the Conference’s 22nd sport beginning in 2019. The six-team league will be comprised of current conference members University of Cincinnati, University of Connecticut, East Carolina University and Temple University, as well as the University of Florida and Vanderbilt University as affiliate members.
The American becomes the 16th Division I conference to sponsor women’s lacrosse.
Cincinnati, UConn, Temple, Florida and Vanderbilt are current members of the Big East Conference in women’s lacrosse, while ECU begins its first season of intercollegiate competition in 2018 after the addition of women’s lacrosse to its sports roster in March 2016. Women’s lacrosse is the first sport addition to the conference since its reinvention in 2013. The American will now sponsor 10 men’s and 12 women’s sports. The conference will conduct its first women’s lacrosse championship in 2019 with the site and dates still to be determined. The American will receive an automatic bid into the NCAA Championship.
“We are extremely pleased to be adding women’s lacrosse as a conference sport,” Aresco said. “The development of the sport has been impressive over the last decade and its popularity continues to grow. Our decision to sponsor women’s lacrosse will be of great benefit to our membership and will provide our student-athletes with additional competitive opportunities and will enhance our conference’s brand. I also want to take this opportunity to welcome Florida and Vanderbilt as affiliate members. These are two programs which have been highly successful at the national level. I look forward to watching our women’s lacrosse league develop and achieve great success over the next several years.”
Cincinnati added women’s lacrosse as a varsity sport in 2007 and began its first season of competition in 2008. The Bearcats are led by sixth-year head coach Gina Oliver, a three-time All-American at Ohio State.
UConn first began playing women’s lacrosse in 1997. The Huskies are coached by Katie Woods, who is entering her eighth season on the Storrs campus. A two-time Big East coach-of-the-year honoree, Woods is the program’s all-time winningest coach with 73 victories.
Former North Carolina standout and Duke assistant coach Amanda Barnes is set to lead ECU in its first season of competition in 2018.
Temple has a storied history in women’s lacrosse dating back to its first season in 1975. The Owls have earned 17 NCAA Championship berths, winning national titles in 1984 and 1988. Current head coach Bonnie Rosen, a 2010 US Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee, has won 165 games during her career, including 97 in her 11 seasons at the helm of the Temple program.
Florida has made seven NCAA Championship appearances since it began playing women’s lacrosse in 2010. The Gators advanced to the national semifinals in 2012 and have won three consecutive Big East crowns. Amanda O’Leary, who has guided Florida since the program’s inception, coached at Yale from 1993-2007. Her 293 career victories ranks fifth all-time in Division I women’s history.
Vanderbilt’s first season of competition was in 1996. Head coach Cathy Swezey is entering her 21st season as head coach of the Commodores. She has led Vanderbilt to six NCAA tournament appearances, including a trip to the national semifinals in 2004.
Mid-South Conference adds Women’s Lacrosse beginning in 2018-19
Women’s Lacrosse | Thu, Aug. 2, 2018
COLUMBIA, Ky. — The Mid-South Conference has added women’s lacrosse to its championship sports beginning with the 2018-19 season, MSC Commissioner Eric Ward announced today.
The MSC’s Administrative Council recommended adding women’s lacrosse as a conference sport to the Council of Presidents during the conference’s summer meetings. Women’s lacrosse becomes the 28th sport in the Mid-South.
“We are excited to announce the addition of women’s lacrosse as our newest conference championship sport,” Ward said. “The sport is growing in popularity among NAIA institutions and is currently an invitational sport by the NAIA, making it even more attractive for our member schools to consider as a new student-athlete recruitment opportunity.
“We were fortunate to attract interest from three existing and potential new affiliate-member institutions, as well as three of our full-member institutions that were already sponsoring the sport,” Ward added. “We are looking forward to an exciting first year of competition, and expect the number of participating schools to grow over the next few years.”
Ave Maria (Fla.), Cumberlands (Ky.), Georgetown (Ky.), Keiser (Fla.), Life (Ga.) and Marian (Ind.) makes up the six-team conference. Marian’s addition becomes official following the MSC’s Council of President’s meeting on August 14, when a vote to accept Marian as an affiliate member is expected to be finalized.
Cumberlands (No. 3), Keiser (No. 5) and Georgetown (No. 6) all finished the 2018 season ranked in the top-10 in the NAIA Women’s Lacrosse Postseason Coaches’ Top-10. Marian was among five teams receiving votes in the poll.
Cumberlands, Georgetown, and Keiser all played in the NAIA Women’s Lacrosse Invitational last season.
The Mid-South Conference schedule begins March 1 with the championship slated for April 25-27, 2019, on the Cumberlands’ campus in Williamsburg, Ky.
The Beginning of Bobcat Lacrosse Season – The Paw Print
From January 27th-30th, both the girls’ and boys’ lacrosse teams hosted tryouts for their 2020 season. With a district realignment that changed the competition, both teams are “hoping to put ourselves in the position to win our district this year,” said girls lacrosse coach, Richard Dugdale.
While for the boys’ team, junior, Robert Samay, who’s been playing for over six years, explains how last year the varsity team went 10 and 6. This year the boys also have a new coach, Calder Alfano.
“He went to Duke for lacrosse so he knows what he’s talking about,” said Samay.
Coach Alfano is most looking forward to helping his students exceed their expectations. He believes the team’s biggest strength is their competitiveness.
“They are aggressive and push each other to get better daily.” Specifically, defense explains Samay. Last year, the boy’s team got to districts but unfortunately didn’t win, so this year their goal is to go back to districts and take the winning title.
As the boys have been working hard to reach their goals, the girls’ team has significantly improved in their performance from past years.
“Developing better communication and stick skills along with a stronger bond”, says Dugdale. He believes that their biggest strength this year will be their ability to field a team with solid players in every position on the field.
According to Dugdale, most girls public high school lacrosse teams build around a couple of the star players making them limited with the number of other skilled players.
“We are very fortunate to have girls coming off our bench that would start on most of the other teams in our conference. When it’s all said and done, we may have seven or more players that score thirty plus goals this year.” said Dugdale.
While the season is just getting started, sophomore, attack player, Amalia Lauricella explains that for tryouts she prepared by playing with friends and having a personal trainer.
“This is my first year playing for Boca High so I’m pretty excited to just play the game and get closer to my teammates,” said Lauricella.
While many of the girls are excited about the new season and have built up their strength as a team, they still will be facing some struggles.
“Our biggest competitor this year will be Douglas, they are well-coached and play hard. Most of their girls play year-round on travel teams, and other elite programs in the area” said Dugdale. Douglas will also be the biggest competition for the boys’ team according to Samay.
By the end of the season both girls and boys, JV and varsity, will have significantly improved which is easily seen by teammates and the coaches.
“I enjoy the end of the season the best. The girls’ skills shine, they seem to be more focused and confident in their abilities.Seeing the change from the first day of practice to the last game is pretty spectacular,” said Dugdale.
While the season is just starting up, the girls’ and the boys’ team are ready to work hard and to defeat their biggest competitions to accomplish their highest goals.
90,000 The 17-year-old Dynamo defender scored in lacrosse style. We found out who taught him this trick
The crazy goal of Dmitry Kuzmin, which will definitely be appreciated overseas.
Saturday’s match in Mogilev will be remembered not only for the thousand of Yaroslav Maslenikov and the fact that the Lions had a great comeback with a 1: 3 score, but also for the goal that claims to be the best at the start of the season. It is a pity that we do not have a high-quality repetition, but even without it, it is clear that Andrei Svechnikov and Evgeny Oksentyuk have a very capable follower. Just take a look at this!
17-year-old defender (yes, defender) Dmitry Kuzmin scored a lacrosse-style goal for Mogilev goalkeeper Artem Sergeev. Immediately after the game, we spoke to the cocky but very talented hockey player about this moment.
– In fact, everything happened quickly, – says Dmitry. – I found myself with the puck outside the goal – I decided why not try it. It worked out well. I didn’t look at the goalkeeper – I focused more on my actions. Perhaps, by the way, the goalkeeper opened the corner a little. Or simply did not expect it – it will be necessary to revise it later. But I myself decided to throw it right before the episode – such moments cannot be predicted or planned.
From the video it seemed that Alexander Suvorov was more happy for Kuzmin than the others.But there is no hidden subtext in this – the young guys did not hammer into such a puck with anyone. It’s just that the forward had a rush of emotion.
– Sasha is just a friendly guy. Well, we communicate well. I am always happy for his successes, and he is for me.
Dmitry said that he had never scored like that before in matches.
– I practice these things in training, but to empty net. Sometimes it works.But in the game I have never used this trick before – even in children’s hockey. Only at Ilya Spat [the forward of Zhlobin Metallurg ] did he look, which he so often pledged, and all the time he wanted to try. Spat is a famous master. Today I decided that I can take the risk.
Who taught me this? Ilya taught. He helped me the most. Well, all Zhlobin youth also taught when we played together at the institute of national teams in Raubichi.We stayed after training, worked out. It turns out that the training was not in vain.
I would not say that there is something super difficult in lacrosse goal for professional hockey players. In my opinion, the main thing is to relax your hands and lift the puck on the hook, and then everything will work out by itself.
The coaches praised the young hockey player for his initiative.
– They said that I was a fellow – in this particular moment I helped the team.And in general, improvisation is supported in Molodechno. Did Koltsov congratulate you on the goal? Not yet. I think he has a little different worries now – he’s in Dinamo Minsk.
In the summer, Kuzmina chose the Ontario league club Flint in the CHL import draft, for which Vladislav Kolyachonok and Evgeniy Oksentyuk played last season. In a couple of months, the defender should fly overseas, if everything goes well with the sanitary and epidemiological situation.
– Will Flint score a goal? I hope so.Oksentyuk has already done this – they are familiar. Zhenya did it very beautifully – better than both Svechnikov and me.
Your boy Dmitri Kuzmin practices insane Oksentyuk-style goals in Belarusian extraleaguepic.twitter.com/Z0r4yxNUbH
– Hockey of Belarus | Hockey.by (@hockey_blr) October 10, 2020
By the way, for Kuzmin this puck became the first in the “A” extraleague. The beginning turned out to be very beautiful.
Text : Vadim Knyrko
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Professional Indoor Lacrosse League
B National Lacrosse League ( NLL ) – Men’s Professional Boxing Lacrosse League in North America.Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the NLL currently has thirteen teams: eight in the United States and five in Canada.  NLL has the third highest average attendance in professional indoor sports in the world, behind only the NHL and the NBA.  Unlike other boxing lacrosse leagues that take place in the summer, the NLL plays in the winter and spring, from December to June. Each year, the playoff teams compete for the Lacrosse National League Cup. Since 2004, the NLL has attracted an average of 8,900 to 10,700 spectators per game each year.  
The NLL plays four 15-minute quarters with 2-minute breaks between quarters and a 16-minute break. break. If there is a tie after the rule of the game, both teams play. sudden death overtime. Each team dresses 19 players: 2 goalkeepers and 17 runners.  NLL targets are 4 feet 9 inches wide and 4 feet high. The NLL uses a 30-second watch for the shot. Fighting is a 5 minute main penalty and does not result in an automatic bailout. 
Season and Playoffs
Each NLL team plays eighteen games during the regular season, nine home and nine away. The teams are divided into three divisions: the eastern and northern divisions with four teams and the western division with five teams. Each team plays at least nine of the eighteen regular season games against opponents from a division, and each team plays each of the teams in the other divisions once. NLL games are played on Friday and Saturday evenings, excluding occasional Sunday games.
The regular season starts in December and ends in April. Beginning in 2018, the league announced that the playoffs will be expanded to eight teams, taking into account the expansion.  For the 2021 playoffs, the three division winners will be seeded 1–3 and the three division winners will be seeded 4–6. The two teams with the best remaining records will be seeded at # 7 and # 8.  Once seeding has been determined, the tournament will be played in a standard eight-team grid, excluding divisions.The first two rounds are held until one elimination, and the championship round – until wins up to three. 
NLL has adopted a soft salary cap of USD 400,000 per team for the 2013 season. The median base salary as of the 2013 season was $ 19,135.  The maximum salary for a franchised player is approximately $ 34,000. 
Most NLL players have regular outdoor jobs, such as Buffalo’s John Tavares, a high school teacher in Mississauga, Ontario. 
Although eight of the thirteen teams are based in the United States, less than 7% of the players are American. About 83% are Canadians and 10% Mohawk from Canada or the United States 
|North York||Buffalo||19.070||1991||1992||John Tavares|
|Halifax Thunderbirds||Halifax, NS||Scotiabank Center||10. 595||1995 *||2019||Mike||Rochester, NY||Blue Cross Arena||10.664||2019||2019||Mike Hasen|
|Toronto Rock||Toronto AT||Scotyabank Arena||18.819||1998 *||Matt Sawyer|
|Georgia Roy||Duluth, GA||Endless Energy Arena||11.355||2004 *||2015||Ed Como|
|New England Black Wolves||Uncasville, CT||Mohegan Sun Arena||1987 *||2014||Glenn Clark|
|New York Riptid ||Uniondale, New York||Nassau Veterans Memorial Colosseum||13. 917||2018||2019 Thorp|
|Philadelphia Wings||Philadelphia, PA||Wells Fargo Center||19.543||2017||2018||Paul Day|
|West||Calgary Thugs||Calgary||Sadti||2001||2002||Kurt Malawski||Colorado Mammoth||Denver, CO||Ball Arena||17.809||1987 *||2003||Pat Coyle|
|San Diego Seals||San Diego, CA||Pechanga Arena||12.920||2018||Patrick Merrill|
|Saskatchewan Rush||Saskatoon, SK||SaskTel Center||15. 200||2005 *||2015||Derek Keenan||Rogers Arena||18.910||2000 *||2013||Chris Gill|
|Extension||Panther City Lacrosse Club||Fort Worth TX||Dickis Arena||12.200 2020||Not announced yet|
An asterisk (*) indicates that the franchise has moved to its current location and has been in one or more previous locations in its history.
Lacrosse League Eagle Pro Box
A major professional boxing lacrosse renaissance in the United States occurred on March 13, 1986 with the formation of Lacrosse League Eagle Pro Box (EPBLL), which was incorporated by Russ Kline and Chris Fritz.  Earlier in 1985, box lacrosse sponsored an event that was played out at the Spectrum in Philadelphia. The USA / Canada Super Series was an eight-game streak that was the forerunner of the Major League Indoor Lacrosse.
The league opened play for the 1987 season with two games on January 10, 1987: Philadelphia Wings at the New Jersey Saints (Philadelphia wins New Jersey 11–8) and Baltimore Thunder on the Washington Wave. Darrell Russell was named league commissioner.
Four teams competed in the regular season with six games ahead of the postseason, in which all four teams qualified for a singles knockout tournament that ended with the Baltimore Thunder becoming the first EPBLL champion in 1987.  Coached by Bob Griebe, the Baltimore Thunder beat the Washington Wave 11-10 to become the league’s first champion.
The League announced that 124,536 fans attended the first season of the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League. The same four teams played in the second season of EPBLL.  Teams expanded to eight games and staged playoffs with three teams, where the regular season winner demanded a goodbye to the title game.
Major League Lacrosse Indoor
The league began its second season with four teams each playing on an eight-game schedule.The league became known as the Major League of Indoor Lacrosse (MILL).
In New Jersey, the Saints became the second league champion by defeating the Washington Wave, 17-16 in front of 8.125 fans at Capital Center. For Volna, this was the second time in many years that they entered the championship match only to break away from the game with one goal.
The league then announced that the Saints would move to the Nassau Colosseum on Long Island for the start of the 1989 season. The team’s name was changed to New York Saints to reflect their new home.MILL has announced that it will reward expansion teams Detroit, Michigan, and Boston, Massachusetts. The teams began playing in the 1989 season. Detroit’s team was named Turbos and started playing in the Joe Louis Arena. The colors of their teams were announced: purple, silver and black. The entrance to Boston was called the New England Blazers and they played their home games at the Worcester Centrum. The Blazers used green, orange and white as their team’s colors.
The league was preparing to open its third season with six teams: Baltimore Thunder, Detroit Turbos, New England Blazers, New York Saints, Philadelphia Wings, and the Washington Wave.Each of the six teams played in 1989 on an eight-game schedule, including four home and away. In their first regular season game, 12,171 Detroit fans watched the Turbos expansion defeat the Washington Wave, 11-9, in its 1989 season debut. Over the course of the season, league regular season attendance totaled 230,724 in 24 regular season games, averaging 9,614 spectators per game. With the addition of the postseason, the total number of players has grown to 255,088, averaging 9,811 per game.
Later that year, the Philadelphia Wings captured the league championship in front of a record crowd after a season of 16,042 spectators on Spectrum, beating the New York Saints, 11-10. After the league game, the league announced an expansion to Pittsburgh, the team later to be called the Bulls, who played in the Civic Arena, painted in Pittsburgh’s traditional black and gold colors, such as the Steelers.
In 1990, MILL prepared to open its fourth season with six teams: Baltimore Thunder, Detroit Turbos, New England Blazers, New York Saints, Philadelphia Wings, and Pittsburgh Bulls.Each of the six teams played on an eight-game schedule in the 1990 season. Towards the end of the season, the New York Saints defeated the Philadelphia Wings, 8-5, in front of the first full house and largest crowd in league history: 17,177 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia. The Saints’ victory prompted a rematch in the playoffs next week. However, the Wings won that game, and later became the first team to win two league championship games, beating the New England Blazers 17-7 in front of 11,479 fans.
Later, Major League Indoor Lacrosse announced that attendance at 26 games during the season was 287,585, a huge increase, increasing the average attendance per game to 11,060. At the end of the season, MILL announced that it had signed a contract with the twin brothers. Paul Gate and Gary Gate, 3x All-Americans at Syracuse to Detroit Turbos after being selected (two brothers won national championships with Syracuse Oranges in 1988, 1989 and 1990).
The league was preparing for the opening of the fifth season with the same six teams. However, this season the schedule has increased from 8 to 10 games, with each team playing five home games and five away games.
In the first game of the regular season, the debut of Detroit rookie twin brothers Paul and Gary Gate was successful as they overtook the Turbos to beat the Baltimore Thunder 20-16.
The 1991 season was definitely a record one, especially in Detroit. Turbo’s rookie twins, Paul and Gary Gate, are setting new standards in most attacking categories.Paul scored a record 47 goals while Gary was second in the league with 32. Gary set new records with 36 assists and 68 points. As a team, Detroit set records for 184 goals scored, 227 assists and 411 points total.
Detroit Turbos defeated Baltimore Thunder, 14–12, to secure their fifth league title and first Turbos title. 10,814 people took part in the game for the world championship at the Baltimore Arena.
The League announced that Buffalo have been named as an expansion team to play in the league for the 1992 season.The team was named the Bandits, dressed in black, orange and white, and their home was in the Memorial Hall. The league promoted the team alongside the Buffalo Sabers.
The league’s total attendance for the 1991 season reached 287,654.
On April 20, 1991, the National Division All-Stars defeated the American Division All-Stars, 25–20, in the first All-Star League Game at Spectrum in Philadelphia.
The league opened its sixth season with seven expansion teams.Buffalo Bandits joining the league. Each of the seven teams played on an eight-game schedule, including four home and four away.
Buffalo Bandits defeated Philadelphia Wings, 20-11, in their first-ever sale of 16,325 at the Memorial Auditorium. This was the second sale in league history. The Buffalo Bandits defeated the Baltimore Thunder in front of their second sold-out crowd of the season at the Memorial Auditorium, 16,325. This also marks the first time a team has sold two games in a single season.
The Buffalo Bandits expansion progressed to the League Championship Game, defeating the Detroit Turbos and the Gate Brothers (19-16) and capturing the National Division crown. The Philadelphia Wings beat the Saints, 8-6, to win the American Division title.
This is the first time an expansion team won a league world championship as the Buffalo Bandits beat the Philadelphia Wings, 11–10, in extra time.
Buffalo won its second consecutive league championship with a 13-12 comeback win over the Philadelphia Wings to 16.325 in a sold-out Memorial Auditorium.The Bandits maintained their longest winning streak of 18 games in professional sports. Buffalo joined Wings as the only team in league history to win consecutive championships.
The league and the Players’ Association have announced a three-year contract, and the league has signed a six-year agreement with ESPN.
ESPN2 The first night broadcast on Monday showed the Detroit Turbos against the Baltimore Thunder.
The Philadelphia Wings denied the Buffalo Bandits their third consecutive World Cup, beating the Bandits, 26-15, in front of a sold-out crowd of 16,284 in Memorial Hall.The victory gave Krylya the third championship title in its history, more than all the teams in the league. ESPN broadcast the game live from Buffalo, making it ESPN’s first live broadcast of the league game.
The League announced that Rochester, NY, would receive an expansion team for the 1995 season.
Expansion The Rochester Nighthawks won their first game 12–8 against the New York Saints at the War Memorial.
Philadelphia breaks league attendance record with 17,380 fans watching the Wings defeat Baltimore Thunder in the regular season finale.
For the first time in league history, Paul Gate of Rochester played against his twin brother Gary Gate of Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Wings have won consecutive championships by beating Rochester Nighthawks (15-14) in a thrilling game after extra time. As of 1995, Wings have won four championship titles in their nine-year history.
Before the start of the 1996 season, the penultimate season that NLL will call Major League Indoor Lacrosse, it was announced that the season would be extended to 10 games.In addition, the Boston Blazers announced their new home at the Fleet Center in 1996. Another large crowd of 16,818, the fourth largest in league history, watched the Wings defeat Charlotte Cobras at the CoreStates Spectrum in Philadelphia. The Wings advanced to their fifth league championship game in a row, beating the Boston Blazers, 10-8, the week before. This was the last MILL game in the historical arena.
However, the Buffalo Bandits spoiled the Wings and turned them down for their third consecutive league championship, as Buffalo beat Philadelphia 15-10 in a 1996 league championship sold-out. Memorial Hall in Buffalo. The Bandits won their third championship victory and said goodbye to their arena at the climax of the season.
Season 11 opened with three games, including Rochester playing with Buffalo at the Bandits’ new home. Marine Midland Arena ahead of a new league record of 18,595 fans. The Rochester Nighthawks, coached by Barry Pauless, later won their first MILL championship title in 1997 in front of the second largest crowd in MILL history, 18,055, who also played at the Marine Midland Arena.
- NLL Franchise Timeline by Location
National Lacrosse League
NLL Logo 1998-2016
In 1997, the Premier League of Lacrosse Indoors was reorganized into the National League of Lacrosse. Two expansion teams, Syracuse Smash and Ontario Raiders, have joined the previous MILL teams. John Livesey Jr. was named the first Commissioner of the National Lacrosse League.
The 1998 regular season schedule was announced, with teams now playing 12 games (six at home and six away) and facing their six opponents twice during the regular season (once at home and once away). In addition, a series of championships up to the best of three was held in the playoff format, and the semi-finals of the playoffs were still played in a knockout format, although the sites of all postseason games were based on regular season recordings.
Seven-time All-Pro Paul Gate went on to add Syracuse Smash during the blockbuster swap in exchange for draft picks and player compensation. The current league MVP Gary Gate was sent to Baltimore as part of a blockbuster that featured players and monetary compensation.
The Philadelphia Wings won the top-of-three championship series, beating Thunder 17-12 after a 16-12 win two days earlier. The second game marked Baltimore’s first title game since 1991, and the win was the fifth in the history of the Philadelphia franchise. Wings goalkeeper Dallas Eliuk has been named MVP of the championship.
Toronto Rock finished the season with an excellent home record, finishing 8–0 total (regular season and playoffs) after 13–10 win over Rochester Nighthawks in the Title Game in front of a sold-out crowd of 15 691 people in Maple Leaf Gardens. The game was broadcast across Canada on CTV SportsNet and in the US on ESPN2.
18,911 fans gathered at the First Union Center in Philadelphia to watch the Philadelphia Wings battle the Pittsburgh Crossfire. Pittsburgh won the game 14–8. At the time, it was the largest singles crowd to ever see a professional lacrosse game.
Caleb Toth defeated K-Hawks goalkeeper Pat O’Toole with 1.1 seconds remaining to give Toronto Rock a 14-13 win for their second consecutive championship title.Considered one of the best lacrosse games ever played,  The 2000 Finals was the last sporting event to be held at Maple Leaf Gardens Historic Park.
Columbus, Ohio received expansion team. Former League Commissioner John Livesey took charge of the Landsharks.
At a press conference at the ESPNZone in New York, Jim Jennings was named the new Commissioner of the National Lacrosse League. Jennings announced that the league headquarters will be relocated from Buffalo, New York to Lyndhurst, New Jersey. Commissioner Jim Jennings has appointed George Daniel as Deputy Commissioner and General Counsel for NLL.
In front of the biggest league audience in history, the Philadelphia Wings won their sixth league title in a 9-8 win over Toronto Rock at Air Canada Center in front of 19,409 fans. Wings goalkeeper Dallas Eliuk has been named Most Valuable Player.
The League announced that expansion franchises will be awarded to Montreal, New Jersey, Calgary and Vancouver for the next season.
The Vancouver Crows played their first home game at General Motors Place in Vancouver. The Ravens amused the crowd of 13,772, beating Toronto Rock 13-12. The crowd went down in history as the largest ever to attend the expansion franchise’s first home game.
Attack Albany hosted Toronto Rock in the 2002 Finals. The Rock beat Attack 13–12 to claim their third title won in the past four seasons. 9,289 fans watched the game at the Pepsi Arena in Albany. Toronto striker Colin Doyle was named MVP of the championship match with three goals and one assist.
The League announced the sale and relocation of the Washington Power franchise to Denver, Colorado, with the franchise playing its home games at the Pepsi Center. The team was then owned by Kroenke Sports Enterprises, whose holdings include Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets and Pepsi Center. The new team became the first American league team from the West of the Mississippi River.
The Colorado Mammoth played its first home game at the Pepsi Center in Denver.Mammoth treated its 16,121 fans to a thrilling 13–12 win in double overtime against Toronto Rock. The crowd broke the previous record for the first home games attended by the Vancouver Ravens (13,772 in 2001).
In front of a crowd of 18,207 at the Pepsi Center, Colorado Mammoth beat the New York Saints 19-13. The crowd was the first of two sold-out crowds that Mammoth threw during its first season.
Rochester Nighthawks hosted Toronto Rock in the 2003 Champions Cup Final.Rock beat the Nighthawks 8-6 for his fourth title won in five seasons. 11,051 fans attended the game at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester. Toronto goalkeeper Bob Watson earned the Championship MVP award with 40 saves.
New divisional format for the regular season announced. The first ever Western Division consisted of Anaheim, Arizona, Calgary, Colorado, San Jose and Vancouver. The east consisted of Buffalo, Philadelphia, Rochester, and Toronto.The top three teams in each division will qualify for the playoffs, and the division champions will receive a goodbye. The second and third place players will face each other in the first round, and the winners will face off against the champions of their respective divisions in the semifinals. The winners of the semi-finals (East vs. West) will meet in the 2004 Champions Cup Final with a higher starting lineup.
Fox Sports Net has become the league’s new national broadcasting partner in the United States. Fox Sports Net has broadcast nine regular season games to over 50 million homes. On February 22, 2004, Fox Sports Net unveiled the 2004 All-Star Game. Arizona Sting played their first home game at Glendale Arena in Arizona. The game was the first event to be held in the new arena. Sting beat the Vancouver Ravens 16-12 in front of 12,789 fans.
The Colorado Mammoth hosted a crowd of 18,305 at the Pepsi Center, losing 14-13 goals to Calgary. Mammoth has amassed five sold out houses this season.
The 2004 All-Star Game was held in front of 16,742 fans at the Pepsi Center in Denver, home to the Colorado mammoth. The crowd was the largest All-Star audience in league history. Eastern Division All-Star Game won the Western Division All-Star Game 19–15.
The Calgary Thugs won their first championship cup by beating the Buffalo Bandits 14–11 at Pengrowth Saddledome Stadium in Calgary. The game was attended by 19,289 fans. The sale was the largest in Thug history and the second highest overall singles attendance in NLL history.
2005 NLL All-Star Game, Calgary, Alberta.
The National Lacrosse League has entered into a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with the Professional Lacrosse Players Association (PLPA). The agreement covers the 2005, 2006 and 2007 league seasons.
The League announced a franchise location in Minnesota. The new team will be owned and operated by Minnesota Sports and Entertainment, the owners of the National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild. The Minnesota team entered the league for the 2005 season and played their home games at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
A new pre-season attendance record was set with 14,084 fans at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Petersburg. Paul for the first home show game of the Minnesota Swarm expansion. The game was the first professional lacrosse game ever held in Minnesota.
The National Lacrosse League All-Star Game was broadcast live on NBC at 2:00 pm ET. The game was the first live broadcast of lacrosse on a US national network television. The game also aired in Canada on The Score and internationally through CNBC International, CNBC Asia and the Armed Forces Network. The Eastern Division (Buffalo, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Rochester and Toronto) defeated the Western Division (Anaheim, Arizona, Calgary, Colorado and San Jose) 11-10 in overtime in front of 11,511 fans at Pengrowth Saddledome Stadium in Calgary.
Legendary lacrosse superstars and twin brothers Paul and Gary Gate reunited when Paul ended his retirement and signed with the Colorado Mammoth.Paul Gate joined his brother, Mammoth captain Gary, for the team’s remaining four regular season and playoff games. He made his Mammoth debut on April 1, 2005 in Minnesota, then returned to Denver for the team’s last regular season home game on April 2, 2005 against Anaheim Storm at the Pepsi Center.
The 2005 Edge NLL Championship game was played to an NLL record by 19,432 fans at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and in front of a national television audience in the US on NBC and in Canada on the Score. Toronto Rock beat Arizona Sting 19-13 for their fifth title in seven seasons. Colin Doyle was named the MVP of the game after leading The Rock with five goals and three assists.
Legendary trainer Les Bartley died after 18 months of battling colon cancer. Bartley served as head coach and general manager of the Toronto Rock from 1999 to 2003. He set a 51-19 regular season record and a 9-1 postseason record in five seasons. He also led the team to a regular season home record of 37–5 at the same time.Bartley began his coaching career in 1991 and subsequently led his teams to 11 league games, winning seven league championships (four of those seven were with The Rock: consecutive titles in 1999-2000 and 2002-2003). Before arriving in Toronto, Bartley trained the bandits for titles in 1992, 1993 and 1996.
NLL announced that the league will consist of 11 teams for the 2006 season, adding additional teams in Edmonton, Alberta, and Portland, Oregon.
The League announced the establishment of the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame opened with five members who have made immeasurable contributions to the development of the league and lacrosse. The first five founding members were league founders Russ Kline and Chris Fritz; legendary lacrosse stars Gary Gate and Paul Gate; and the late Les Bartley, coach with the most wins in league history.
NLL and Reebok have announced a multi-year exclusive partnership in which all NLL players will use Reebok equipment and will be exclusively outfitted with the brand’s footwear and apparel. The partnership made the brand the official supplier of equipment, uniforms and footwear for the league.The agreement made Reebok the exclusive licensee of NLL’s official apparel, including authentic and imitation jerseys, caps, shirts, and complementary apparel.
Edmonton Rush played their first game and home opening in front of 11,385 fans at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta. Rush lost 10-9 in overtime to San Jose Stealth. This game was only the second time in league history that an expansion team used extra time in their first game.
The 2006 National Lacrosse League All-Star Game was held at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario, home to Toronto Rock.Western Division (Arizona Sting, Calgary Rownex, Colorado Mammoth, Edmonton Rush, Portland Lumberjack and San Jose Stealth) defeated Eastern Division (Buffalo Bandits, Minnesota Swarm, Philadelphia Wings, Rochester Knighthawks and Toronto Rock) 14-13 to 15 924 fans. Calgary Thugs striker Lewis Ratcliffe scored the winning goal in 4.4 seconds. Ratcliffe has been named the Gamers MVP.
The National Lacrosse League ends its 20th season with a single-season attendance record, reaching a total of 1,037,147 fans for the 2006 season, including 88 regular season games, six playoff games, 2006 Toronto All-Star Game , and the 2006 RBK NLL Championship Game featured by Edge Active Care.The league’s average season attendance was 10,804.
Colorado Mammoth defeated Buffalo Bandits 16-9 in front of 16,104 fans at Buffalo’s HSBC Arena to secure the first ever Colorado Mammoth championship. Mammoth striker Gavin Prout was named the most valuable player of the game, scoring four goals and adding three assists and earning seven points.
The National Lacrosse League has announced a franchise for New York City for the 2007 season. The official announcement was made during a press conference in Manhattan’s East River Park by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and National Lacrosse League Commissioner Jim Jennings.The New York team is the 13th franchise in the league and will play at Madison Square Garden.
The New York Titans expansion played its Madison Square Garden home in the first ever professional lacrosse game at The World’s Most Famous Arena. The Titans defeated the Chicago Shamrox expansion 11-9 in front of 13,127 fans.
Eastern Division defeated Western Division 20-16 in front of 12,856 fans in a rose garden in Portland, Oregon, home of Portland LumberJax, in the 2007 National Lacrosse League All-Star Game.Buffalo Bandits striker Mark Steenhays was named the Game’s Most Valuable Player, becoming the first player in NLL history to win two All-Star MVP awards. Steenhais previously won this award in 2004.
NLL reached a milestone when the league played its thousandth regular season game. Roy of Minnesota hosted the Colorado Mammoth at the Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis / St. Paul in a historic game. Mammoth defeated Roy 11–9.
Rochester Nighthawks beat Arizona Sting (13-11) in the 2007 NLL Championship presented by Edge Active Care at Jobing.com Arena. John Grant was named Most Valuable Player in the Championship match, scoring three goals / five assists. The win marked the first time Rochester had won the title since 1997.
NLL has reached a new seven-year agreement with the players’ union.
The League has announced divisional lineups for the 2008 regular season. The expanding Boston franchise will join the Eastern Division, expanding to eight teams: Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Minnesota, New York, Philadelphia, Rochester and Toronto.The six-team Western Division remains unchanged: Arizona, Calgary, Colorado, Edmonton, Portland and San Jose.
John Tavares has broken Gary Gate’s goal scoring record. Tavares, who has already achieved all-time points and assists records, scored his record 597 career goal in the third quarter of Buffalo’s 17-13 win over New York. Philadelphia striker Athan Iannucci broke Gary Gate’s record in one season with 61 goals. He finished the season with 71 goals.
The Buffalo Bandits beat Portland LumberJax 14-13 in the 2008 Edge NLL Championship at HSBC Arena.The event, which was broadcast nationwide on ESPN2, attracted 18,690 fans. Mark Stinhuis won the Player of the Game title with five goals and one assist.
New York Titans defend themselves against Calgary Thugs during the 2009 NLL Championship game in Calgary.
The League announced the addition of an instant replay feature to allow officials to review contested goals and remedy violations during games. George Daniel was named Commissioner for the National Lacrosse League.Calgary won its second championship, beating New York 12-10 in front of a crowd of 13,042 at the Pengrowth Saddledome. Josh Sanderson was named MVP of the championship match with two goals and three assists.
Washington Stealth won its first championship by beating Toronto Rock 15-11 in front of an 8,609 crowd at Comcast Arena. Lewis Ratcliffe was named the Championship MVP.
Toronto Rock won its record sixth championship to equalize with the Philadelphia Wings, beating Washington Stealth 8-7 in front of an 8609 crowd at Air Canada Center.Bob Watson was named MVP of the Championship Games.
The Rochester Nighthawks won their third championship by beating Edmonton Rush 9-6 in front of a crowd of 9,277 at the Blue Cross Arena. Cody Jameson was named the Championship MVP.
Rochester Nighthawks won their fourth championship by beating Washington Stealth 11-10 in front of 5,200 spectators at the Langley Event Center. Cody Jameson was named the Championship MVP.
The Rochester Nighthawks win their fifth championship by beating the Calgary Thugs 2-1. In the first game, the Thugs won 7-11 in front of a crowd of 16,541 at Scotiabank Saddledome. The Knighthawks won Game 2, 16–10, and finished Game 3, 3–2, in front of a 9,188 crowd at the Blue Cross Arena. Dan Dawson was named MVP of the Championship Games.
Edmonton Rush won its first championship by beating Toronto Rock 2-0. Rush won the first game 15-9 in front of 9,257 spectators at Air Canada Center. Game 2 was an 11-10 win in front of a crowd of 12,275 at Rexall Place.Mark Matthews was named the Championship MVP.
Nick Sakevich has been named the fifth Commissioner of the National Lacrosse League.
The Saskatchewan Rush won its second championship by beating the Buffalo Bandits 2–0. Game 1 ended 11-9 in front of a crowd of 12,692 at First Niagara Center. Game 2 ended 11-10 in front of a crowd of 15,182 gathered at the SaskTel Center. Aaron Bold was named the MVP of the championship.
Roy Georgia won his first championship by beating the Saskatchewan Rush 2-0. Game 1 was 18-14 in front of a crowd of 7,642 at the Infinite Energy Arena. Game 2 ended 15-14 in front of 14,264 spectators at the SaskTel Center. Lyle Thompson was named MVP of the Championship Games.
Ahead of the season, the league announced that Rochester Knighthawks owner Kurt Styres will relocate the team to Halifax, Nova Scotia for the 2019-2020 season. Four hours later, it was announced that Rochester would receive an expansion franchise owned by Terry and Kim Pegula, who also own the Buffalo Bandits, who will also start playing next season.
The 2019 NLL season was postponed when the Professional Lacrosse Players Association went on strike shortly before training camp began. On November 15, 2018, the league announced that a counter offer submitted by the Professional Lacrosse Players Association had been rejected. This came after the league suspended the Wednesday November 14 deadline to consider a counter proposal. Subsequently, the league announced that all games to be played in the first two weeks of the season (including the weekend of December 1 and 8) have been canceled. 
On November 24, NLL and PLPA signed a new five-year collective bargaining agreement.  The first week of the season began on December 15, and the league announced that each team would continue to play on a standard 18-game schedule. 
On December 11, 2018, Sakevich announced that New York would receive an expansion franchise to kick off the game in the 2019-2020 season. The team will play in the newly renovated NYCB LIVE building, home to the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and will be owned by broadcast and sports media company GF Sports.
The league kicked off its first game of the season on December 15, when the Wings returned to Philadelphia. Wings fell to the lot of buffalo bandits, 17-15 
On December 22, the San Diego Seals played their first game, upsetting the Colorado Mammoth at the Pepsi Center, 17-12. 
On March 13, 2020, the league game was suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. On June 4, 2020, the league announced that the 2020 playoffs had been canceled due to the pandemic.Despite the fact that there were scenarios for the shortened playoffs of the tournament, the league decided to focus on the 2021 season. 
Although the season and playoffs have been canceled for the 2020 season, NLL has announced that their 14th franchise has been awarded to Fort Worth, Texas. Bill Cameron will be the primary owner and Greg Bibb will be the managing partner of the as-yet-unnamed team. 
NLL Championship History
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|Edmonton / Saskatchewan Rush||3|
|Baltimore Thunder / Colorado Mammoth||2|
|New Jersey Saints||1|
|Washington Stealth / Vancouver Warriors||1|
|John Livesey Jr.||1997-2000|
|George Daniel ||2009-2015|
|Nick Sakevich ||2016 – Present|
Expansion and Relocation
In July 2007Vancouver Crows were conditionally approved for return in 2008; Conditions included the sale of at least 2,500 season tickets and the search for a suitable arena by July 19, 2007.  On July 16, 2007, Vancouver Ravens announced an agreement with Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment to make GM Venue (now Rogers Arena) the Ravens’ home venue if they can meet season ticket sales requirements.  However, just days later, it was announced that the Ravens would not be playing in the 2008 Season.  Although a local tabloid mentioned a potential return for the team in 2011, Commissioner Daniel announced that there would be no expansion in 2011.
A number of cities and potential owner groups have expressed interest in expanding franchises:
After high attendance by over 20,000 fans at the 2007 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jennings says the league “will definitely consider expanding to Halifax.” … 
June 17, 2009San Jose Stealth announced their move to Everett, Washington, north of Seattle, for the 2010 season. The recently renamed Washington Stealth  played their home games at the Comcast Arena in Everett.  In their first season at Everett, the Stealth won the league title.
On August 10, 2009, the New York Titans announced the team’s move to Orlando, Florida to become the Orlando Titans. 
Commissioner George Daniel announced on March 31, 2010 that the 2011 season is expanding. 
In July 2010, the Orlando Titans announced that they would not participate in the 2011 season due to property restructuring. 
In late summer 2011, the Boston Blazers suspended operations for the 2012 season. However, as of May 31, 2012, GM and team president Doug Reffew said ownership of the Blazers was in negotiations with a local New England group. Reffue added that with the intention of selling the team or partnering with the group, the Blazers could return for the 2014 season. 
On June 27, 2013, Washington Stealth announced that they were moving permanently to the Langley Event Center in Langley, British Columbia, and would be renamed Vancouver Stealth. The move was made after the 2013 NLL Championship (which Stealth earned the right to host) had to be rescheduled due to a scheduling conflict with Comcast Arena from Everett to Langley, where it was played to a full house.
On July 11, 2014, the Philadelphia Wings announced that they were relocating from Philadelphia after 28 years in the city.On August 5, the Wings announced they would be moving to Uncasville, Connecticut to play at the Mohegan Sun Arena.
On May 29, 2015, the Minnesota Swarm announced that they would move to Duluth, Georgia to become a Georgia Swarm and play in the Arena at the Gwinnett Center.
On July 20, 2015, Edmonton Rush announced that they would move to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to become Saskatchewan Rush and play at the SaskTel Center. In their first season in Saskatoon, the Rush won the league title.
On August 30, 2017, NLL announced a new franchise for San Diego to start on the 2018-19 schedule.The San Diego Seals are owned by Joseph Tsai. Two weeks later, on September 14, the league announced its eleventh franchise, which will also kick off in the 2018-19 season. Philadelphia, who had been without a team with the Philadelphia Wings, moved to New England in the summer of 2014. The new wing will be owned by Comcast Spectacor although it remains to be determined if the original story will belong to the new incarnation.
On 13 September 2018, the league will be expanded to Halifax, Nova Scotia for the 2019-20 season. The Halifax Thunderbirds franchise will be owned by the current Rochester Knighthawks owner Kurt Styres, who in turn sold the intellectual property, Knighthawks name and logo to Pegula Sports and Entertainment (owners of the Buffalo Bandits). As part of the expansion, the Halifax team will be relocated from the previous Rochester Nighthawks (1995-2019) while the new Rochester Nighthawks will be treated as an extended franchise  starting with an expansion project in 2019.
On December 11, 2018, Sakevich announced that New York would receive an extended franchise to kick off the game in the 2019-2020 season. The team will play in the newly renovated NYCB LIVE building, home to the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and will be owned by live events and sports media company GF Sports.
On July 22, 2020, the league announced an expansion to Fort Worth, TX for the 2021-22 season, playing their home games at Dickis Arena. 
- Baltimore Thunder (1987-1999) → Pittsburgh CrosseFire (2000) → Washington Power (2001-2002) → Colorado Mammoth (2002-present)
- New Jersey Saints (1987 –1988) → New York Saints (1989–2003) → Inactive
- New England Blazers (1989–1991) → Boston Blazers (1992–1997) → Inactive
- Ontario Raiders (1998) → Toronto Rock (1999 – present) )
- Syracuse Strike (1998-2000) → Ottawa Rebel (2000-2003) → Inactive (2003-2005) → Edmonton Peak (2005-2015) → Saskatchewan Peak (2015-present)
- Albany Attack (1999-2003) ) → San Jose Stealth (2003-2009) → Washington Stealth (2009-2013) → Vancouver Stealth (2013-2018) → Vancouver Warriors (2018 to present)
- Columbus Landsharks (2001-2003) → Arizona Sting (2003 –2007) → Inactive
- Montreal Express (2002) → Inactive → Minnesota Swarm (2004–2015) → Georgia Swar m (2015 – present)
- New Jersey Storm (2002-2003) → Anaheim Storm (2003-2005) → Inactive
- Philadelphia Wings (1987-2014) → New England Black Wolves (2014 – present)
- Rochester Nighthawks (1995–2019) → Halifax Thunderbirds (2019 – present)
Professional Lacrosse Players Association
The Professional Lacrosse Players Association (PLPA) is the union of players in the NLL.The PLPA was founded in 1991 by Dave Succamore (former Detroit Turbos player), Peter Schmitz (former Boston Blazers player and president) and four other players from other teams with the assistance of labor lawyer Ronald L. Yaros.  The union was formed to help players who miss their regular jobs due to gambling; extended cost recovery; more opportunities for incentive payments on top of your regular gaming salary; more time for newbies to evaluate their initial contracts; game compensation for practicing players; free agency; a standard complaint and arbitration process for fines and suspensions.Before PLPA, injured players paid their own medical bills. 
Early 2000s CNN Sports Illustrated regularly aired NLL games. The NLL has hosted the All-Star Games and Championships. NBC in 2005 and ESPN2 in 2006.
In 2007, NLL regularly hosted “Game of the Week” on Versus, the network now known as the NBC Sports Network and home of the Indycar series, NHL, Tour de France, and PBR. For the 2008 Season, due to a dispute between the Association of Professional Lacrosse Players and the NLL owners while completing a collective bargaining agreement, the “Game of the Week” on Versus has been canceled. 
Also in 2007, NLL signed an agreement with Sirius Satellite Radio, which was the “Official Satellite Radio Partner”. The pact included “Game of the Week” as well as a weekly show. 
NLL returned to Versus for the 2011 season, starting with coverage of the 2011 All-Star Game, followed by 6 weekly games and 2 playoff games, one of which was a championship game. 
Beginning with the 2012 NLL season, US broadcasting rights were transferred to CBS Sports Network with the NLL segment on CBS , 8 regular season matches played, all live.  Regional sports networks also cover individual teams.
In 2012, NLL reached an agreement with The Lacrosse Network, a YouTube partner channel, to distribute all the games of the 2013 season on YouTube. All games were made available on YouTube after the broadcast, and most of the games were broadcast live. 
The 2016 season was aired on Fox Sports GO for viewers in both Canada and the United States.  Since the 2016 divisional semi-finals, NLL has been using a new streaming service on NLLTV.com based on NeuLion. 
On March 27, 2018, the league announced a partnership with the B / R Live app, the Turner Sports live streaming service, to broadcast all games live and on-demand, starting in the 2018-2019 season.  B / R Live is available to everyone in North America and costs $ 39.99 per season, $ 7.99 per month, and $ 2.99 per game. The service is available on iTunes and Google Play, as well as Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. The NLL announced that the first three games of the season will be free to watch on B / R Live.
Some teams broadcast home games and some on television.
WPHL-TV will broadcast all Wings home matches and selected away matches of the 2018-2019 season. WHAM-TV will air six select Knighthawks games. Sintesis TV will broadcast all of Seals’ home games in Spanish. Altitude Sports will broadcast all of Mammoth’s home games.
In May 2001 Explosion Lacrosse , a video game based on NLL.It was the first lacrosse video game to feature all nine teams from the NLL. Season 15 (2001).
On February 15, 2005, NLL announced that Activision will create a new video game. The game is scheduled for release in the 2007 season.  An online chat on NLL.com with Commissioner Jim Jennings indicated that the game will be released in 2009.  but the game never came out.
On March 31, 2010, NLL announced a partnership with Crosse Studio and Triple B Games to develop the NLL Lacrosse 2010 submitted by Reebok Lacrosse. “An indie sports game that combines a developer’s dream with a league’s ambition.