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  • NLL lacrosse weekly report

    NLL lacrosse weekly report0

    With six wins and three losses so far in the NLL schedule last season’s bottom dwellers, the Buffalo Bandits find themselves in first place in the East with six wins and three losses. Meanwhile, the Rochester Knighthawks are still in last place so far this season with a record of four wins and six losses

  • A.L.L. gets snow day

    A.L.L. gets snow day0

    The weather played its hand in last weekend’s Arena Lacrosse League schedule. League Spokesmen Lance Winn announced the postponement of Saturday February 10th games due to the severe snowfall that has crippled travel along Southern Ontario. “As a league you try to play every game scheduled on their original game night as many factors come

  • Minor Lacrosse registry opens

    Minor Lacrosse registry opens0

    SIX NATIONS – The first day of SN Minor Lacrosse registration will be opened on Thursday, February 8 from 6 p.m., to 8 p.m., at the Sports Den in the Community Hall, with various dates continuing until Thursday, March 8. Registration will end on April 30 with exceptions to paperweight and intermediate divisions, with registration

  • Knighthawks’ rally falls just short

    Knighthawks’ rally falls just short0

    ROCHESTER – The Rochester Knighthawks’ rally fell just short Sunday afternoon as they dropped an 11-9 decision to the New England Black Wolves at Mohegan Sun Arena. Rochester fought back to erase two and three-goal deficits, but could not tie the contest in the closing minutes. The Knighthawks have been close the past two games

  • Knighthawks fall one goal short

    Knighthawks fall one goal short0

    ROCHESTER – The Rochester Knighthawks closed out their two-game weekend with a 9-8 loss to the New England Black Wolves Saturday night at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. “It was a good bounce-back night,” said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen. “We played well and the opportunities were there. We played pretty even keel, but

  • Knighthawks, not quite right yet

    Knighthawks, not quite right yet0

    ROCHESTER — A full slate of games in the NLL this past weekend saw The Toronto Rock roll over Rochester 17-9, Friday night with Cody Jamieson earning two goals and four assists for a six-pointer. The next night, the Knighthawks lost a 9-8 decision to the New England Black Wolves. Jamieson scored twice and assisted on four

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