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2014 NLL Entry Draft set for Monday, September 22 at TRAC

09/12/2014, 2:26pm EDT
By NLL.com

Toronto Rock Athletic Centre to host Draft, Combine & Awards Ceremony


2014 NLL Entry Draft set for Monday, Sept. 22 as part of draft weekend at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC). (Photo: Dave Abel)

The National Lacrosse League has announced that the 2014 NLL Entry Draft will take place on Monday, Sept. 22 at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) in Oakville, Ontario. The Edmonton Rush currently hold the first overall pick while the current order of selection for the entire six-round draft, which will begin at 7 p.m. ET, is listed below. Watch live on NLL.com and on YouTube via The Lacrosse Network

The weekend of events at TRAC kicks off with the 2014 NLL Combine on Saturday, Sept. 20, which runs through the following evening as prospects try to impress teams one last time before the Draft. The 2014 NLL Season Awards Ceremony takes place on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. ET with the league announcing winners from the pool of finalists along with All-Pro and All-Rookie Teams.

2014 NLL Entry Draft order as of Sept. 15 (subject to change pending trades):

FIRST ROUND
1. Edmonton (from Minnesota)
2. Vancouver
3. Minnesota (from New England via Edmonton)
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 New England)
13. Colorado
14. Buffalo
15. New England (from Toronto)
16. Calgary (from Edmonton via Buffalo via Colorado)
17. New England (from Calgary via Toronto)
18. Buffalo (from Rochester via New England)
19. Edmonton (compensatory)

THIRD ROUND
20. New England (from Minnesota)
21. Vancouver
22. New England
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. New England
32. Colorado
33. Toronto (from Buffalo)
34. New England (from Toronto)
35. Edmonton (from Edmonton via Minnesota)
36. Calgary
37. Rochester

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

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

The finalists for the 2014 NLL Season Awards are as follows:

Sportsmanship Award: Garrett Billings (Toronto Rock), Curtis Knight (Edmonton Rush) & Shawn Williams (Buffalo Bandits)
Executive of the Year: John Bean (Calgary Roughnecks), Curt Styres (Rochester Knighthawks) & Bruce Urban (Edmonton Rush)
General Manager of the Year: Mike Board (Calgary Roughnecks), Derek Keenan (Edmonton Rush) & Curt Styres (Rochester Knighthawks)
Head Coach of the Year (The Les Bartley Award): Mike Hasen (Rochester Knighthawks), Derek Keenan (Edmonton Rush) & Curt Malawsky (Calgary Roughnecks)
Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Corbeil (Edmonton Rush), Steve Priolo (Buffalo Bandits) & Kyle Rubisch (Edmonton Rush)
Transition Player of the Year: Jordan MacIntosh (Minnesota Swarm), Brodie Merrill (Philadelphia Wings) & Jeremy Thompson (Edmonton Rush)
Goaltender of the Year: Aaron Bold (Edmonton Rush), Anthony Cosmo (Buffalo Bandits) & Matt Vinc (Rochester Knighthawks)
Rookie of the Year: Robert Church (Edmonton Rush, Logan Schuss (Minnesota Swarm) & Dillon Ward (Colorado Mammoth)
Most Valuable Player: Garrett Billings (Toronto Rock), Cody Jamieson (Rochester Knighthawks) & Matt Vinc (Rochester Knighthawks)

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