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Boston Blazers (1992-1997)
The Boston Blazers
Boston Blazers
were a member of the Major Indoor Lacrosse
Lacrosse
League from 1989 to 1997. They were called the New England Blazers from 1989 to 1991 while based in Worcester, Massachusetts, and were renamed the Boston Blazers
Boston Blazers
in 1992 when they moved to Boston. While in Worcester, the Blazers played at the Worcester Centrum
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List Of Current NLL Team Rosters
The following is a list of current National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League
(NLL) team rosters. Each National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League
team may carry twenty-three players on their active roster.[1] In addition, teams may keep two players on their practice team. Also, teams may place players on a number of restricted lists, such as "injured reserve," "unable to play," "hold out," and "protected." For each game, teams are allowed to dress a total of eighteen players. This must include two goaltenders and sixteen runners.[2] Rosters are filled by a combination of drafts, free agency, and trades
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National Lacrosse League Weekly Awards
In the 1994 season, the National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League
(then called the Major Indoor Lacrosse
Lacrosse
League) began naming a Player of the Week. The first recipient was Buffalo Bandits
Buffalo Bandits
legend John Tavares. In 2002, the league renamed the award to Overall Player of the Week, and added weekly awards for Offensive Player of the Week, Defensive Player of the Week, and Rookie of the Week. In 2007, another new award was added, Transition Player of the Week.Contents1 Current awards1.1 Overall Player of the Week 1.2 Offensive Player of the Week 1.3 Defensive Player of the Week 1.4 Rookie of the Week 1.5 Transition Player of the Week2 Previous awards2.1 Player of the Week3 See alsoCurrent awards[edit] Players listed in italics are retired
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National Lacrosse League MVP Award
The Reebok
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National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League
Most Valuable Player Award is given annually to the NLL player who is considered to have contributed most to his team's success
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National Lacrosse League Defensive Player Of The Year Award
The Defensive Player of the Year Award is given annually to the National Lacrosse League player (not goaltenders) who is chosen as the best defensive player. Past winners[edit]Season Winner Team Win # Other finalists2017 Jason Noble[1] Georgia Swarm 1 Graeme Hossack, Rochester Knighthawks Steve Priolo, Buffalo Bandits2016 Ryan Dilks[2] Saskatchewan Rush 1 Chris Corbeil, Saskatchewan Rush Steve Priolo, Buffalo Bandits2015 Kyle Rubisch[3] Edmonton Rush 4 Chris Corbeil, Edmonton Rush Steve Priolo, Buffalo Bandits2014 Kyle Rubisch[4] Edmonton Rush 3 Chris Corbeil, Edmonton Rush Steve Priolo, Buffalo Bandits2013 Kyle Rubisch[5] Edmonton Rush 2  2012 Kyle Rubisch[6] Edmonton Rush 1  2011 Pat McCready [7] Rochester Knighthawks 1  2010 Sandy Chapman [8] Toronto Rock 1  2009 Billy Dee Smith [9] Buffalo Bandits 1  2008 Ryan Cousins [10] Minnesota Swarm 2  2007 Ryan Cousins [11] Minne
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National Lacrosse League Transition Player Of The Year Award
The Transition Player of the Year Award is given annually to the National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League
player who is chosen as the best transition player
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National Lacrosse League Goaltender Of The Year Award
The National Lacrosse League Goaltender of the Year Award is given annually to the best NLL goaltender of the year. In the 2008 season, the award was sponsored by the US Navy and was known as the "US Navy Goaltender of the Year award"
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National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship Award
The National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship Award is given annually to a National Lacrosse League (NLL) player
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National Lacrosse League GM Of The Year Award
The General Manager of the Year Award is given annually to the National Lacrosse League general manager who has done the best job of ensuring his team's success. Past winners[edit]Season Winner Team Win # Other finalists2017 John Arlotta[1] Georgia Swarm 2 Jamie Dawick, Toronto Rock Derek Keenan, Saskatchewan Rush2016 Steve Dietrich[2] Buffalo Bandits 1 John Arlotta, Georgia Swarm Rich Lisk, New England Black Wolves2015 Terry Sanderson[3] Toronto Rock 1 Steve Dietrich, Buffalo Bandits Curt Styres, Rochester Knighthawks2014 Derek Keenan[4] Edmonton Rush 3 Mike Board, Calgary Roughnecks Curt Styres, Rochester Knighthawks2013 Doug Locker[5] Washington Stealth 1  2012 John Arlotta[6] Minnesota Swarm 1  2011 Curt Styres [7] Rochester Knighthawks 1  2010 Derek Keenan[8] Edmonton Rush 2  2009 Ed Comeau[9] New York Titans 1  2008 Marty O'Neill[10] Minnesota Swarm 2  2007 Marty O'Ne
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National Lacrosse League Executive Of The Year Award
The Executive of the Year Award is given annually to the National Lacrosse
Lacrosse
League executive who is chosen as having the most positive impact on his or her team. Past winners[edit]Season Winner Team Other finalists2017 Amber Cox[1] New England Black Wolves Andy Arlotta, Georgia Swarm John Catalano, Rochester Knighthawks2016 Lee Genier[2] Saskatchewan Rush Mike French, New England Black Wolves Scott Loffler, Buffalo Bandits2015 Bruce Urban[3] Edmonton Rush Scott Loffler, Buffalo Bandits Lewis Staats, Rochester Knighthawks2014 John Bean[4] Calgary Roughnecks Curt Styres, Rochester Knighthawks Bruce Urban, Edmonton Rush2013 Jamie Dawick[5] Toronto Rock  2012 Andy Arlotta[6] Minnesota Swarm  2011 Curt Styres [7] Rochester Knighthawks  2010 David Takata [8] Washington Stealth  2009 John J
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Tom Borrelli Award
The Tom Borrelli Award is presented by the National Lacrosse League to the league's "Media Person of the Year". The award was originally awarded to the Writer of the Year, but "was changed to Media Person of the Year in 2011 to allow for a wider range of media members to be considered for the award, including broadcasters."[1] The award is named for Tom Borrelli (1957–2008), a writer for The Buffalo News who covered the Buffalo Bandits from the team's inception in 1992 to his death in 2008.[2] He was inducted into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame in 2007. The award was created at the end of the 2005 season and, surprisingly, Borrelli was never a recipient
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National Lacrosse League Monthly Awards
In the 1994 season, the National Lacrosse League (then called the Major Indoor Lacrosse League) began naming a Player of the Month. The award is determined by a vote of the general managers and head coaches of the NLL teams.[1] The first recipient was Buffalo Bandits goaltender Steve Dietrich. In 1998, the league added the Rookie of the Month award.Contents1 Player of the Month 2 Rookie of the Month 3 References 4 See alsoPlayer of the Month[edit] Players listed in italics are retired.Player CountJohn Tavares 9Gary Gait 6Paul Gait 5Ted Dowling 3Athan IannucciRob Blasdell 2John Grant, Jr.Gavin ProutBob WatsonRookie of the Month[edit] 1998-presentPlayer CountRyan Boyle 2Craig ConnJohn Grant, Jr.Tracey KeluskyBrodie MerrillReferences[edit]^ "Rob Blasdell Named Player of the Month". NLL.com
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San Diego Seals
The San Diego Seals are a box lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League. They will play at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California starting in the 2018–19 season.Contents1 History 2 All-time record 3 All-time record 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] On August 30, 2017, the NLL awarded an expansion franchise to the city of San Diego and owner Joseph Tsai, co-founder of the Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba Group
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National Lacrosse League All-Star Game
The National Lacrosse League All Star Game was a box lacrosse game played between two teams representing the two divisions of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The last game took place during the 2012 season.Contents1 1991 (Major Indoor Lacrosse League) 2 1999 3 2002 4 2004 5 2005 6 2006 7 2007 8 2008 9 2009 10 2011 11 2012 12 2013 to present 13 Game log 14 References1991 (Major Indoor Lacrosse League)[edit] The National Division (Detroit Turbos, New England Blazers, Pittsburgh Bulls) defeated the American Division (Baltimore Thunder, New York Saints, Philadelphia Wings), by a score of 25-20, at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA. 1999[edit] Team Canada defeated Team USA, by a score of 25-24 in overtime at the Blue Cross Arena, in Rochester, NY
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List Of Family Relations In The National Lacrosse League
This is a list of family relations of current and former National Lacrosse League players.Contents1 Brothers 2 Fathers - sons 3 Cousins 4 Uncles - nephews 5 Brothers-in-law 6 ReferencesBrothers[edit]Bergey: Jake and Josh Bomberry: Cam, Cory, and Tim Dawson: Dan and Paul Evans: Shawn, Steve, and Scott French: Mike and Paul French Gait: Gary and Paul Greer: Bill and Zack Jenner: Teddy and Fred Kilgour: Darris, Richie, and Travis Malawsky: Curt and Derek Martin: Spencer and Andrew Merrill: Brodie and Patrick Montour: Ken and Tom Morgan: David, Richard, and Peter Peyser: Greg and Stephen Powell: Casey and Ryan Sanderson: (players) Ryan and Chris, also Brandon, Phil, and Nate Sanderson: (coaches) Terry, Lindsay, and Shane Self: Scott and Brad Snider: Geoff and Bob Squire: Kim and Rodd Suddons: Derek and Wes Tavares: John and Peter Wray: Devan and Taylor Fathers - sons[edit]Castle: J.R
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