Tag: Major League Lacrosse

Cannons Finally Get To Share MLL Title With Fans

By Kevin J. Stone/@kstone06 QUINCY – Thursday afternoon was the 32-day mark since the Boston Cannons won the Major League Lacrosse title on July 26th. Most of the players haven’t left cloud nine and have been celebrating wherever and whenever they can. However, winning a title in Boston just isn’t the same if you can’t […]

Recognition Continues To Roll In For MLL Champion Cannons

By Kevin Stone/@kstone06 It’s been 12 days since the Boston Cannons won the Major League Lacrosse championship for the second time in franchise history. The special season continues even after the games are done as the MLL announced nominees this week for its end of the year awards. Boston’s second title (2011 as well) was […]

CANNONS WIN SECOND MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE TITLE IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

The City of Champions has its 14th title since 2001. On Sunday afternoon the Boston Cannons won the second Major League Lacrosse title in franchise history with a 13-10 win over Denver. It’s the first title since 2011 for the Cannons. The weekend was full of uncertainty, but it shouldn’t take away from what this […]

Connecticut Stuns Cannons, Sets Up Wild Final Day Of Regular Season

The Boston Cannons haven’t made anything easy during the week-long MLL season. Boston won two of its first three games by two goals in come-from-behind fashion. Their only loss was also by two after a furious comeback late. Those two wins gave the Cannons a chance to wrap up a playoff berth on Thursday night […]

Cannons Mount Another Late Comeback, Move To 2-1

The Cannons entered their 4 P.M. game against the Philadelphia Barrage on Tuesday with a bit of an advantage. Philly had played in each of the first four days of the week-long season/tournament. Meanwhile, Boston had played only their second game until about 11 P.M. on Monday night. But still, the Cannons technically entered as […]