Archive for November, 2016 Part II

Posted: November 28, 2016 in Uncategorized

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The new OTT video platform will feature both paid and free content for fans. Paid subscriptions, which will go on sale November 29, 2016, include access to live, full-length, regular season games under three tiered options: a full-season pass for $34.95, single-team pass for $24.95, or single-game purchases for $4.95 each. This content will be available exclusively to paid subscribers during the live window of the game and for the first 24 hours thereafter. Special rates are also available for season ticket holders– $27.96 for full-season passes and $19.96 for single-team passes. All users, for free, will be able to view ad-supported content including: full-length games on-demand after 24 hours, highlights, short-form features and archive games and programs.


Posted: November 28, 2016 in NLL

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Well the NLL is going to be charging for games. Cannot really be surprised by this, as the commissioner mentioned this in interviews. Even previous league surveys pointed towards a pay model.

Now lets take a look at the two options shall we.

  1. 34.95 for all season pass. Afforadable check. However, we see no mention for about playoffs.
  2. 29.95 team pass. Why? Pay five dollars more and get all league games. Probably would of made the team pass cheaper.

Is the on floor product worth 34.95 for the entire season? Probably not as eighteen games are just too long. The game themselves tend to lack excitement. We think the league might be shooting themselves in both feet, with this pay model. As a new fan, why would you pay for something that you might not like? As for the old fans going back to the MILL era. Yeah, they might be saying Screw you NLL. I know we are.


Are we surprised by this move? Nope, not at all. Rabil, is not a very good indoor player to begin with. As his bread and butter is MLL. Let’s hope future US expansion teams (Dallas and Philadelphia….Maybe) are not dumb enough to give this player the time of day.

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2017 NLL Rule Book

Posted: November 22, 2016 in Uncategorized


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NLL and Amazon….Maybe

Posted: November 21, 2016 in NLL

If this does happen. We will reserve judgment until full details are known.

Link Here

In recent months, the e-commerce giant has been in talks for live game rights with heavy-hitters like the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball and the National Football League, as well as smaller players like Major League Soccer, the Atlantic Coast Conference, college sports network Campus Insiders, 120 Sports, National Lacrosse League, Major League Lacrosse and World Surf League, the people said.


With at least some leagues, including the NBA, Amazon has floated creating a premium, exclusive sports package that would accompany a Prime membership, though the details are unclear, the people said. A premium sports package could entice new subscribers to Prime and to Amazon’s potential “skinny bundle” of live channels online.

Roughnecks / Black wolves trade

Posted: November 15, 2016 in Uncategorized

– The Calgary Roughnecks today announced the National Lacrosse League club has acquired a second-round pick in the 2017 NLL Draft from the New England Black Wolves in exchange for 23-year-old forward Reilly O’Connor.

O’Connor has  32 points in his NLL career. With 6 goals and 26 points.

NLL Pre-season

Posted: November 9, 2016 in NLL, Uncategorized

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Twelve games in total. With five open to the public.

Colin Doyle retires

Posted: November 9, 2016 in NLL, Toronto Rock

Rock announced this morning. That Colin Doyle has retired.  Helluva a player. HOF worthy. Was a thorn in the side of Philly fans.

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