Archive for June, 2014

FIRST ROUND

1. Edmonton (from Minnesota)
2. Vancouver
3. Minnesota (from Edmonton via Philadelphia)
4. Colorado
5. Minnesota (from Buffalo)
6. Calgary (from Toronto)
7. Edmonton
8. Calgary
9. Rochester

SECOND ROUND

10. Minnesota
11. Vancouver
12. Buffalo (from Philadelphia)
13. Colorado
14. Buffalo
15. Philadelphia (from Toronto)
16. Calgary (from Edmonton via Buffalo via Colorado)
17. Toronto (from Calgary)
18. Buffalo (from Rochester via Philadelphia)
19. Edmonton

THIRD ROUND

20. Philadelphia (from Minnesota)
21. Vancouver
22. Philadelphia
23. Rochester (from Colorado)
24. Buffalo
25. Vancouver (from Toronto)
26. Calgary (from Edmonton)
27. Calgary
28. Rochester

FOURTH ROUND

29. Minnesota
30. Vancouver
31. Philadelphia
32. Colorado
33. Toronto (from Buffalo)
34. Philadelphia (from Toronto)
35. Edmonton (from Edmonton via Minnesota)
36. Calgary
37. Rochester

FIFTH ROUND

38. Minnesota
39. Vancouver
40. Philadelphia
41. Colorado
42. Colorado (from Buffalo)
43. Toronto
44. Edmonton
45. Calgary
46. Rochester

SIXTH ROUND

47. Edmonton (from Minnesota)
48. Vancouver
49. Philadelphia
50. Colorado
51. Toronto (from Buffalo)
52. Toronto
53. Edmonton
54. Calgary
55. Rochester

The 2014 NLL Entry Draft will take place on Monday, Sept. 22 at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) in Oakville, Ontario.
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Minnesota and Edmonton trade

Posted: June 30, 2014 in NLL

The Edmonton Rush and Minnesota Swarm have announced a trade with the Rush acquiring the first overall selection in the 2014 NLL Entry Draft, along with a second-round pick in the 2015 Draft, plus goaltender Tyler Carlson from the Swarm in exchange for the third overall pick in the 2014 Draft and goaltender Brodie MacDonald. Edmonton’s third-overall selection was acquired from the Philadelphia Wings in the 2011 blockbuster trade involving Athan Iannucci and Brodie Merrill.

The trade will be formally submitted for league review at the opening of the league’s new calendar year on July 1, the first day trades are permitted for 2015 season.

Well Minnesota get the clear cut number one goalie they have been seeking. Carlson should do fine backing up Bold.

League awards Edmonton draft picks

The National Lacrosse League has announced that the Edmonton Rush will be awarded two compensatory draft selections, the first at the conclusion of the second round of the 2014 NLL Entry Draft and the second at the end of the third round of the 2015 Draft, as a result of losing forward Ryan Ward to unrestricted free agency prior to the 2014 season.

The awarding of compensatory draft selections is outlined in the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement under Article 7 (Free Agency) in Section 7.2 (Unrestricted Free Agency):

F. Compensatory Draft Selections. Any club that loses an Unrestricted Free Agent shall be eligible to receive a compensatory draft selection(s) that will be issued by the League in a formula to be determined solely by the League.

The 2014 NLL Entry Draft will take place on Monday, Sept. 22 at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) in Oakville, Ontario.

Maple Ridge 8 Nanaimo 4

Posted: June 30, 2014 in WLA

Scoreless first period. Riley Loewen scored three goals for to lead the Burrards. Carson Michuad made 28 saves for the Burrards. Four different players scored a goal for the Timbermen. Zach Boychuk made 37 saves. Both teams went 2 for 8 with the man advantage.

Box Score

Updates will be made. If or when game data becomes available.

Coquitlam 11 Victoria 8

Posted: June 29, 2014 in WLA

The Adanacs jumped out to a 5-0 lead. Before the Shamrocks got on the board. The early hole. Was to much for the Shamrocks to dig themselves out of. Bret Hickey 2g 3a led the Adanacs attack. Adam Shute made 35 saves. Rhys Duch five goals led the Shamrocks. Cody Hagedorn made 17 saves.

Box Score

Burnaby 8 Nanaimo 2

Posted: June 29, 2014 in WLA

Well the Timbermen were never in the game. Burnaby went on an 8-0 run. To put the game away. The Timbermen scoring two goals in the third period. Robert Church had 4g to lead the Lakers. Dan Lewis made 38 saves. The Timbermen scored both goals on the powerplay.

The Chiefs never led. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead. The Lakers went on a 6-0 run. To end the 1st period and continue that run into the second period. Josh Gilam 2g 2a and Scott Evans 2g led the Lakers offense. Jeff Shattler 2g 2a and Cody Jamison 2g 1a led the Chiefs. Searching for video of the Suitor vs Brock fight.

Box Score

Maple Ridge 9 Victoria 9

Posted: June 28, 2014 in WLA

Even overtime could not break the tie. With both teams scoring a goal. Curtis Dickerson 5g 2a led Maple Ridge. Frankie Scigliano made 38 saves. Corey Small 3g 4a led Victoria. Matt Flindell made 36 saves. Each team went 2 for 5 with the powerplay.

Box Score

New Westminster 10 Burnaby 8

Posted: June 28, 2014 in WLA

Jordan McBride 3g 1a led the Salombellies. Alexis Burque made 33 saves. Robert Church 4g 1a led Burnaby. Tyler Richards made 32 saves. Teams combined to go 1 for 22 on the powerplay. New West 0-7 and Burnaby 1-5.

Box Score

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