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NLL Rosters refining in the month of September, with a selection local players

NLL Rosters refining in the month of September, with a selection local players

By TRT with notes from NLL.com The National Lacrosse League, the largest and most successful professional lacrosse property in the world, will officially start its 35th season with Face Off Weekend, December 3-4th, 2021, with six games across North America. In preparation for the season, changes are being made on the inside to build strong

By TRT with notes from NLL.com

The National Lacrosse League, the largest and most successful professional lacrosse property in the world, will officially start its 35th season with Face Off Weekend, December 3-4th, 2021, with six games across North America.

In preparation for the season, changes are being made on the inside to build strong teams to compete.

On September 13: The Albany FireWolves have placed Patrick Kaschalk, Brett Erskine, Jake Harrington and Grant Ament on the Draft List. The FireWolves signed Jake Gilmore to a one year agreement.

The Philadelphia Wings signed Steph Charbonneau to a one year agreement.

The Saskatchewan Rush placed Ryan Barnable and Jake Boudreau on the Draft List. The Rush signed Keegan White and Zach Gould to two year agreements.

The Toronto Rock signed Justin Scott to a one year agreement.

On September 10, The Albany FireWolves signed Jake Foster to a two year agreement.

The Buffalo Bandits have placed Alec Tullett on the Hold Out List from the Active Roster. The Bandits signed Hunter Aggus, Tye Argent, Brent Noseworthy, Carter Stefaniak and Carson Rees to one year agreements.

The Philadelphia Wings traded Daryl Waud and their sixth round selection in the 2022 Entry Draft to the Panther City Lacrosse Club in exchange for their fifth round selection in the 2023 Entry Draft.

The San Diego Seals placed Mike McCannell and Teddy Leggett on the Draft List. The Seals signed Reed Rezanka and Patrick Shoemay to two year agreements.

The Saskatchewan Rush signed Troy Gutowski, Mackenzie Burke and Jordan Tabin to two year agreements.

The Vancouver Warriors placed Owen Prybylski on the Draft List.

On September 8, The Albany FireWolves signed Brett Manney to a one year agreement.

The Buffalo Bandits signed Justin Robinson to a one year agreement.

The Calgary Roughnecks signed Adam Bland, Carter McKenzie, Daire Newbrough and Tyler Yanko to one year agreements.

The Colorado Mammoth signed Noah Lebar to a two year agreement.

The Georgia Swarm signed Jordan Ackie, Thomas Semple, TJ Comizio, Will Cecile, Aden Walsh and Owen Russell to two year agreements.

The Halifax Thunderbirds placed Jeremy Winston on the Draft List. The Halifax Thunderbirds signed Graeme Hossack to a five year agreement. The Halifax Thunderbirds signed Alex Kedoh Hill to a one year agreememt.

The Panther City Lacrosse Club signed Liam Phillips, Taite Cattoni and Nathan Grenon to two year agreements.

The San Diego Seals signed Zack Greer to a one year agreement.

The Vancouver Warriors signed Will Clayton, Aidan Danby and Bryce Schmermund to two year agreements.

On September 3, The Albany FireWolves have signed Greg Downing to a one year agreement.

The Calgary Roughnecks have signed Kyle Waters to a two year agreement.

The Halifax Thunderbirds signed Owen S. Hill to a one year agreement. The Thunderbirds signed Evan Tyler to a one year agreement.

The New York Riptide have signed Bryce Tolmie, Tristan Hanna and Will Johnston to two year agreements.

The Panther City Lacrosse Club have signed Chad Cummings to a two year agreement. Panther City signed Dean Fairall to a one year agreement.

The Philadelphia Wings have signed John Gagliardi to a one year agreement.

The Rochester Knighthawks have signed Evan Kirk to a one year agreement.

The San Diego Seals have signed Jacob Dunbar, Garett Winter and Chris Origlieri to two year agreements. The Seals have released Charles Claxton from the Inactive Roster.

Jerry Staats was also selected in the 2021 Entry Draft but has been voided as a result of the players being ineligible per Bylaw II D. Staats, who has yet to complete 4 seasons of NCAA lacrosse and did not renounce his eligibility.

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