Expansion Analysis Uncovers Plenty of Fertile Ground In West
Picking up where we last left off in our expansion overview, we head West into less charted NLL waters.
Vote for Ontario Jr A Commissioner is an Important Challenge and Opportunity for Lacrosse
The lacrosse world seems like it’s going through tumultuous times with the upheaval of separate entities all within the cluster of about a year. In print and in discussion I’ve seen countless sources lament what a bad year it has been for Canadian lacrosse and the black eyes we are wearing.
For NLL Expansion, There Are Plenty of Eager Eastern Markets
The latest round of expansion to San Diego and Philadelphia nudges the National Lacrosse League forward in its evolution and brings up the discussion of expansion once more.
Building For Future Requires Solid Foundation
I apologize for the drawn out delivery of this multi-part story but there has been a learning curve for me in writing this piece. I have gotten to know some of the citizens of lacrosse with ideas and stories of their own that they have bestowed on me. This report may have a different feel now than what I started out writing about but rest assured the focus is still building box lacrosse in Canada right now. I have had discussions with like minds and have been given suggestions. It’s good knowing there are some activists out there who want...
Nationwide Lacrosse Taking Right Approach to Building Game
This year is the 150th anniversary of Canada. Lacrosse is the oldest sport in the country and the year should be a celebration for both. Last week it was stated to me by a longtime builder in the game, “Why celebrate a game that is broken?” In Canada we notice Blue Jays memorabilia everywhere. Baseball hats have long been a fashion statement of twenty-something crowd be it Yankees, Dodgers or Red Sox adding to cultural identity. The Jays hat has become as synonymous as a Canadian flag for our millennial much like listening to the Tragically Hip of my era...