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WK
1
Fri, Dec 2
FINAL
Philadelphia
8
Halifax
18
Sat, Dec 3
FINAL
Vancouver
8
Toronto
19
Sat, Dec 3
FINAL
San Diego
15
New York
14
Sat, Dec 3
FINAL
Albany
11
Buffalo
10
Sat, Dec 3
FINAL
Rochester
16
Georgia
11
Sat, Dec 3
FINAL
Colorado
6
Saskatchewan
18
WK
2
Fri, Dec 9
20:30:00
Las Vegas
Panther City
Fri, Dec 9
22:00:00
Saskatchewan
San Diego
Sat, Dec 10
19:00:00
Toronto
Rochester
Sat, Dec 10
21:30:00
Vancouver
Calgary
WK
3
Fri, Dec 16
22:00:00
Calgary
Vancouver
Fri, Dec 16
22:30:00
Panther City
Las Vegas
Sat, Dec 17
19:00:00
Buffalo
Toronto
Sat, Dec 17
19:00:00
Rochester
Albany
Sat, Dec 17
19:00:00
Philadelphia
Georgia
Sat, Dec 17
19:30:00
Halifax
New York
Sat, Dec 17
20:00:00
Colorado
Panther City
WK
5
Fri, Dec 30
19:30:00
Halifax
Buffalo
Fri, Dec 30
21:00:00
San Diego
Calgary
Sat, Dec 31
21:00:00
Panther City
Saskatchewan
WK
6
Fri, Jan 6
22:30:00
Philadelphia
Las Vegas
Sat, Jan 7
19:00:00
Panther City
Rochester
Sat, Jan 7
19:00:00
Halifax
Albany
Sat, Jan 7
19:00:00
Buffalo
Georgia
Sat, Jan 7
19:30:00
Toronto
New York
Sat, Jan 7
22:00:00
Calgary
Colorado
Sat, Jan 7
22:00:00
Vancouver
San Diego
WK
7
Fri, Jan 13
18:30:00
Albany
Halifax
Fri, Jan 13
21:00:00
Saskatchewan
Colorado
Sat, Jan 14
19:00:00
Halifax
Toronto
Sat, Jan 14
19:00:00
Panther City
Philadelphia
Sat, Jan 14
19:30:00
Georgia
Buffalo
Sat, Jan 14
21:00:00
San Diego
Calgary
Sat, Jan 14
22:00:00
Las Vegas
Vancouver
Sun, Jan 15
15:00:00
Rochester
New York
WK
8
Fri, Jan 20
19:30:00
Buffalo
Rochester
Fri, Jan 20
22:30:00
Vancouver
Las Vegas
Sat, Jan 21
19:00:00
New York
Albany
Sat, Jan 21
19:00:00
Toronto
Philadelphia
WK
9
Fri, Jan 27
18:00:00
Rochester
Halifax
Fri, Jan 27
19:00:00
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Sat, Jan 28
19:30:00
Buffalo
New York
Sat, Jan 28
20:30:00
Las Vegas
Saskatchewan
Sat, Jan 28
21:00:00
Toronto
Calgary
Sat, Jan 28
21:00:00
San Diego
Colorado
Sat, Jan 28
22:00:00
Panther City
Vancouver
WK
10
Fri, Feb 3
21:00:00
Georgia
Colorado
Sat, Feb 4
18:00:00
Calgary
Halifax
Sat, Feb 4
19:00:00
New York
Toronto
Sat, Feb 4
19:00:00
Albany
Philadelphia
Sat, Feb 4
19:30:00
Rochester
Buffalo
Sat, Feb 4
22:00:00
Panther City
San Diego
Sat, Feb 4
22:00:00
Saskatchewan
Vancouver
Sat, Feb 4
22:30:00
Colorado
Las Vegas
WK
11
Fri, Feb 10
19:30:00
Toronto
Georgia
Fri, Feb 10
21:00:00
Saskatchewan
Calgary
Sat, Feb 11
19:00:00
Halifax
Rochester
Sat, Feb 11
19:30:00
Albany
New York
Sat, Feb 11
20:00:00
Vancouver
Panther City
Sat, Feb 11
21:00:00
Colorado
Calgary
WK
12
Fri, Feb 17
22:00:00
Saskatchewan
San Diego
Fri, Feb 17
22:00:00
Calgary
Vancouver
Sat, Feb 18
19:00:00
Georgia
Toronto
Sat, Feb 18
19:00:00
Las Vegas
Albany
Sat, Feb 18
19:30:00
Philadelphia
Buffalo
Sat, Feb 18
20:00:00
Colorado
Panther City
Sun, Feb 19
13:00:00
New York
Halifax
WK
13
Fri, Feb 24
21:00:00
Panther City
Colorado
Fri, Feb 24
22:30:00
Calgary
Las Vegas
Sat, Feb 25
19:00:00
New York
Rochester
Sat, Feb 25
19:00:00
Albany
Georgia
Sat, Feb 25
20:00:00
Vancouver
Saskatchewan
WK
14
Fri, Mar 3
18:30:00
Buffalo
Halifax
Sat, Mar 4
11:30:00
New York
Philadelphia
Sat, Mar 4
16:00:00
Las Vegas
San Diego
Sat, Mar 4
19:00:00
Rochester
Toronto
Sat, Mar 4
19:00:00
Georgia
Albany
Sat, Mar 4
20:00:00
Saskatchewan
Panther City
Mon, Mar 6
19:00:00
Toronto
Philadelphia
WK
15
Fri, Mar 10
19:30:00
Halifax
Buffalo
Fri, Mar 10
21:00:00
Calgary
Colorado
Sat, Mar 11
19:00:00
Albany
Toronto
Sat, Mar 11
19:30:00
Philadelphia
New York
Sat, Mar 11
20:30:00
San Diego
Saskatchewan
Sat, Mar 11
22:30:00
Vancouver
Las Vegas
Sun, Mar 12
16:00:00
Rochester
Georgia
WK
16
Fri, Mar 17
21:00:00
Saskatchewan
Calgary
Fri, Mar 17
22:00:00
San Diego
Vancouver
Sat, Mar 18
11:00:00
Georgia
Philadelphia
Sat, Mar 18
18:00:00
Toronto
Halifax
Sat, Mar 18
19:30:00
Albany
New York
Sat, Mar 18
19:30:00
Colorado
Buffalo
Sat, Mar 18
20:00:00
Las Vegas
Panther City
Sun, Mar 19
15:00:00
Philadelphia
Rochester
WK
17
Fri, Mar 24
20:30:00
San Diego
Panther City
Sat, Mar 25
19:00:00
Toronto
Albany
Sat, Mar 25
19:00:00
Halifax
Philadelphia
Sat, Mar 25
19:30:00
Georgia
New York
Sat, Mar 25
21:30:00
Calgary
Saskatchewan
Sat, Mar 25
22:00:00
Buffalo
San Diego
Sat, Mar 25
22:00:00
Colorado
Vancouver
Sat, Mar 25
22:30:00
Rochester
Las Vegas
WK
18
Fri, Mar 31
20:00:00
New York
Georgia
Fri, Mar 31
21:00:00
Las Vegas
Colorado
Fri, Mar 31
22:00:00
Calgary
San Diego
Sat, Apr 1
19:00:00
Buffalo
Toronto
Sat, Apr 1
20:00:00
Albany
Panther City
Sat, Apr 1
21:30:00
Vancouver
Saskatchewan
Sun, Apr 2
13:00:00
Georgia
Halifax
Sun, Apr 2
18:00:00
Rochester
Philadelphia
WK
19
Sat, Apr 8
19:00:00
Albany
Rochester
Sat, Apr 8
19:00:00
Saskatchewan
Georgia
Sat, Apr 8
21:00:00
Panther City
Calgary
Sat, Apr 8
21:00:00
Vancouver
Colorado
Sat, Apr 8
22:30:00
San Diego
Las Vegas
WK
20
Fri, Apr 14
21:00:00
Las Vegas
Calgary
Fri, Apr 14
21:00:00
San Diego
Colorado
Sat, Apr 15
19:00:00
Philadelphia
Toronto
Sat, Apr 15
19:00:00
Georgia
Albany
Sat, Apr 15
19:30:00
New York
Buffalo
Sat, Apr 15
21:30:00
Halifax
Saskatchewan
Sat, Apr 15
22:00:00
Panther City
Vancouver
WK
21
Fri, Apr 21
20:30:00
Calgary
Panther City
Sat, Apr 22
18:00:00
New York
Halifax
Sat, Apr 22
19:00:00
Georgia
Rochester
Sat, Apr 22
20:00:00
Toronto
Buffalo
Sat, Apr 22
21:30:00
Colorado
Saskatchewan
Sat, Apr 22
22:00:00
Las Vegas
San Diego
Sun, Apr 23
15:00:00
Philadelphia
Albany
WK
22
Sat, Apr 29
19:00:00
Philadelphia
Rochester
Sat, Apr 29
19:00:00
Buffalo
Albany
Sat, Apr 29
19:00:00
Halifax
Georgia
Sat, Apr 29
22:00:00
Colorado
San Diego
Sat, Apr 29
22:00:00
New York
Vancouver
Sat, Apr 29
22:30:00
Saskatchewan
Las Vegas
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2015 Nll Mock Draft 1.1

With the 2015 NLL Draft featuring one of the deepest draft classes in league history on the horizon, NLL draft expert Stephen Stamp continues his preview coverage ahead of the big night on Monday, Sept. 28. After another highly-touted prospect declared for the draft, Stamp updated his Mock Draft 1.0 and also outlines some possible trade activity in his Mock Draft 1.1. Preview Stamp’s updated projected draft below and find the full story on IL Indoor via Inside Lacrosse.

“I wouldn’t normally do another version of my mock draft just days after releasing one two months before the actual draft,” Stamp writes. “This is a special circumstance, though. I learned something last Thursday night that dramatically impacts the first round of the 2015 National Lacrosse League Entry Draft and necessitates a rethink of my Mock Draft 1.0. Defender Derek Searle will be entering this draft.”

Searle confirmed to IL Indoor that he is planning to apply for the draft this year and he is a game-changing addition to the already substantial pool of talent. Before Searle’s announcement, the defensive side of the draft saw a significant drop from Graeme Hossack. Now, while he is not at Hossack’s level (no one has been for several years), Searle provides an elite defensive option for teams looking for help in their own end.

Therefore, on to my revised early projections, in which I hypothesize not one but two first-round trades.

1) Georgia Swarm: Lyle Thompson, RF, Onondaga Redhawks and University at Albany
The Swarm stay with Thompson first overall, as in my first mock. Pairing him with brother Miles should be a competitive and marketing boon for the Swarm. While Wesley Berg may be even better than Lyle, the brother combination makes this a sensible pick for Georgia.

2) Georgia Swarm (proposed trade with Rochester): Jesse King, LF, Victoria Shamrocks and Ohio State University
Here’s where the changes start. I suggested in Mock 1.0 that Rochester could deal this pick for the fifth and sixth selections and get a pair of valuable additions to their roster. With Searle in the draft, that option becomes just too tempting for the Knighthawks to pass up. If it’s such a great idea for Rochester, why would Georgia give up the chance to add two very good players to move up to this spot? Because while there are many players the Swarm may want, the one thing they really need is a number one lefty forward. Shayne Jackson is a great number two, but King would be a better option for the majority of the offence to flow through, making both players more dangerous.

4) Calgary Roughnecks: Wesley Berg, RF, Oakville Rock and University of Denver
Calgary rejoices. Even though defence is a higher priority for the Roughnecks than offence, you just don’t pass over Berg when he falls to you at the fourth pick. The big, athletic and talented Berg is a Western guy, which helps with travel. He also eliminates the need to have Karsen Leungmove up front from his transition role, where he is one of the best in the league. This pick will mean less floor time and fewer touches for Sean Pollock, who filled a role nicely for the Roughnecks last year, but Berg is worth it.

5) Rochester Knighthawks: Randy Staats, RF, Six Nations Chiefs and Syracuse University
Curt Styres can give up the second overall pick and still be quite confident that the player he probably wanted all along, Staats, will be waiting for Rochester’s first selection in the draft. It will make for a crowded right side along with star Dan Dawson, rejuvenated Joe Restarits and solid contributors Craig Point and Stephen Keogh. There’s always room for a cousin of Cody Jamieson with Staats’ advanced skill set, though.

6) Rochester Knighthawks: Derek Searle, LD, KW Kodiaks and RIT
Searle’s presence should seal the deal on making the trade for Rochester. Scott Self is 36, Brad Self is 34, Scott Campbell turns 34 this October and Mike Kirk and Jon Sullivan are 33. Paul Dawson and Ian Llord are entering their 30s and the latter is coming off shoulder surgery. All seven are still effective players, but there’s no question the Knighthawks need to be injecting some youth into their back end. Searle was a tough and very good defender with a worrying propensity to take ill-advised penalties as a junior. He has played much smarter in his rookie MSL season while retaining the toughness and demonstrating more flair for transition than he showed in junior. He’s a great teammate, always prepared to stand up for someone wearing the same jersey, and he’s ready to make an impact immediately at the NLL level.

8) New England Black Wolves: Turner Evans, LF, Peterborough Lakers and Ohio State University
Black Wolves assistant Tracey Kelusky played much of his career in Peterborough with Scott and Shawn Evans (not to mention older brotherSteven). If anyone appreciates what Turner Evans, their younger cousin, can bring to the table it’s TK. New England was the second-lowest-scoring team in the NLL last year and with 186 goals was one of only two teams to score fewer than 200. They need to do something to boost the offence. With Garrett Billings, Kyle Buchanan and Brett Bucktooth leading the way on the right side, plus Quinn Powless expected back from injury and Matt Crough waiting in the wings, the Wolves would be smart to focus on the left side. While Patrick Saunders had a breakout season with 38 goals and is following it up with an excellent summer, Kevin Buchanan and Mark Cockerton fill a similar role behind him. Evans is the kind of playmaker who could help make everyone around him better as he gets familiar with the league and he’s a good enough shooter to keep defences honest.

Click here to find the full 2015 NLL Mock Draft 1.1 by Stephen Stamp on Inside Lacrosse via IL Indoor.

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