Interested in some Box lacrosse goal tending tips from a pro? Check out this video from the National Post as...
Attention House League Coaches – we are missing a LOT of scores, which means we can’t update standings. Home teams,...
We want our tykes and paperweights to get a chance to play on the newly installed turf at Merivale! As...
Competitive practices to end of June have been posted on the website. As a reminder you can check your teams schedule by going to Programs & Schedules -> Competitive Box Lacrosse -> *YOUR DIVISION HERE* To view a more complete calendar view, or to view multiple divisions at the same time, go to News...
We want our tykes and paperweights to get a chance to play on the newly installed turf at Merivale! As a result the following events in June have moved from Bell arena to Merivale – the schedule has also been updated to reflect these changes. If you have any questions please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Attention House League Coaches – we are missing a LOT of scores, which means we can’t update standings. Home teams, please be sure to send your scores to email@example.com
Why Play Lacrosse?
“It’s lacrosse that helped teach me to spin off checks, take shots and protect the puck under pressure. My stick skills, the way to read the play quickly comes from lacrosse. The hand-eye coordination, is just one of the little things that helps you in hockey.”
John Tavares, two-time World Junior Hockey Champion
I could hardly wait to get my lacrosse stick out and start throwing the ball around. It didn’t matter how cold or rainy it would be, we’d be out firing the ball against walls and working on our moves as we played the lacrosse equivalent to road hockey
There is nothing I love more than lacrosse season.
All the good hockey players seemed to play lacrosse in those days and everyone of them learned something from the game to carry over to the other – things athletes can only learn by mixing up games they play when they are young.