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  • BCJALL Graduating Midget Draft Set
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    BURNABY, BC – Karl Christiansen, President of the British Columbia Junior A Lacrosse League (BCJALL) announced today the annual Graduating Midget Draft will be held January, 9 2106 at 4:00PM at the Langley Events Centre (LEC), the home of the National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Vancouver Stealth and The Langley Junior Thunder Lacrosse Club.  “We are very excited to have the LEC and Vancouver Stealth support our Graduating Midget Draft,” said Christiansen. “The support of the Stealth is f
  • 2015 NLL Draft - Current and Alumni Players Make a Splash
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    Congratulations to 18 year old current Junior Adanac Goaltender Christian Del Bianco on being selected 15th overall by the Calgary Roughnecks. Christian is a valuable member of our Junior A team and enters his first year of Junior A eligibility in the 2016 season. Alumni Captain, Wesley Berg was also selected by Calgary Roughnecks being selected 4th overall in the 1st Round. Both Wesley and Christian join alumni Head Coach Curt Malawsky with the Roughnecks.  
  • 2015 Minto Cup | Game 5 Recap
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    (Minto Cup Press Release -- by Shane Madill) The Six Nations Arrows beat the Coquitlam Adanacs 8-2 in game five of the Minto Cup to take the series lead 3-2.  Though the Adanacs got the first goal just under seven minutes into the game, six straight goals by the Arrows put them up 6-1 with 19:03 left in the final period. The Bomberrys in particular helped lead the effort with 4 Goals and an assist between the trio during the run.  With so few penalties in the game – only one in the first
  • 2015 Minto Cup | Game 3 Recap
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    (Minto Cup Press Release -- by Shane Madill) Starting 46 seconds into the game, the Six Nations Arrows created and maintained a lead on route to a 8-5 victory over the Coquitlam Adanacs to earn a 2-1 series lead. Despite losing the Face-off battle 3-13 and having fewer shots than their opponents, Six Nations made the most of the possessions as the ball was shared rapidly and efficiently on offence to create opportunities – 6 of their 8 Goals had 2 Assists attached.  // // // ]]> Though
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