NLL renews partnership, and follows through with pre-season transactions

By TRT Staff with notes from nll.com

PHILADELPHIA – On November 7, the National Lacrosse League (NLL), announced that it is renewing its protective equipment and apparel partnership with EvoShield.

A new two-year agreement will see EvoShield continue as the NLL’s official supplier of performance driven sports protective gear in the 2022-23 season. The deal continues a partnership that began in 2018, before the Covid-19 pandemic.

In August of 2022, EvoShield launched two new versions of Lacrosse Arm Guards featuring the brand’s proprietary Gel-To-Shell technology that ensures a custom fit for every player.

EvoShield’s lacrosse offerings include slash guards, NOCSAE-approved should pads, lacrosse gear bags, mouth-guards approved by the American Dental Association, as well as men’s and women’s lacrosse uniforms. A new protective rib shirt that integrates into the Evoshield Shoulder pads for a lockdown fit will be released this winter.

EvoShield is cited as working closely with NLL players for insight in development of its lacrosse shield products to ensure the highest quality, comfort, and protection for players at all levels. Under the partnership, EvoShield will supply NLL athletes on every team with protective gear and apparel.

As for transactions, this past week saw much movement.

On November 7: the Albany FireWolves released Luke Van Schepen from the Active Roster. The Halifax Thunderbirds placed Justin Martin, Colin Hinton on the Physically Unable to Perform List from the Active Roster. The Halifax Thunderbirds placed Austin Shanks, Brayden Hill on the Hold Out List from the Active Roster. The Halifax Thunderbirds placed Kealan Pilon on the Injured Reserve List from the Active Roster. The Halifax Thunderbirds signed Marty Hill, Kevin Hill, Darris Anderson, Riley Johnson, and Tyler Brown to one year agreements.

The San Diego Seals released Jacob Dowell from the Active Roster. The Toronto Rock placed Chris Corbeil on the Injured Reserve List from the Active Roster. The Toronto Rock placed Jason Noble on the Hold Out List from the Injured Reserve List. The Toronto Rock signed Zach Manns to a three year agreement. The Vancouver Warriors placed Ethan Woods, Aidan Solomon, Bran-don Goodwin, Ryan Martel on the Injured Reserve List from the Active Roster. The Vancouver Warriors placed Tyrell Hamer-Jackson, Anthony Kalinich on the Active Roster from the Injured Reserve List. The Vancouver Warriors placed Connor Goodwin on the Active Roster from the Physically Unable to Perform List. The Vancouver Warriors released Mason Pynn, Dylan Robinson, Nick Preston, Dallas Wade, Cal Slade and Gord Phillips from the Active Roster.

On November 4: the Albany FireWolves signed Jack Jasinski to a one year agreement.

The Calgary Roughnecks signed Eli Salama, Tyler Pace, Shane Simpson and Tanner Cook to one year agreements. The Las Vegas Desert Dogs signed Charlie Bertrand to a one year agreement. The Panther City Lacrosse Club released Ronan Jacoby, James Whiteford and Spencer Milne. The Panther City Lacrosse Club placed Liam Byrnes on the Active Roster from the Hold Out List. The San Diego Seals placed Matt Boissonneault on the Active Roster from the Physically Unable to Perform List. And the San Diego Seals placed Danny Logan on the Physically Unable to Perform List from the Hold Out List.

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