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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
Vancouver
San Diego
Sun, Jan 8
0:00:00
Calgary
Colorado
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
Fri, Mar 3
21:00:00
Las Vegas
San Diego
Sat, Mar 4
11:30:00
New York
Philadelphia
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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Nll Draft Top 50 Prospects: #31-40

IL Indoor continues countdown of top players for #NLLDraft on Sept. 22

With the 2014 NLL Draft just days away, Stephen Stamp from IL Indoor continues to count down the top 50 prospects who might hear their name called on Monday night at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, Ontario. Watch the #NLLDraft live on NLL.com and YouTube.com/TLN starting at 7 p.m. ET.

“In today’s installment of the IL Indoor Top 50 National Lacrosse League prospects, we bring you our players ranked 31-40,” Stamp writes. “They’re heavy on the defense, with seven of the 10 being primarily defensive or transition players.

“It’s an interesting year for the draft. As has been noted, there aren’t many top-end talents available. There are, however, dozens of players who fit into the next tier of prospects–players who don’t jump out at you but who could work their way onto rosters given an opportunity and the right circumstances. That means that this area of the prospects list is wide open to interpretation.

“Who gets picked where will depend largely on whether a player has performed well when a particular team’s GM, coaches or scouts were watching, and how each team’s brain trust thinks a particular player will fit in with the players they already have in their lineup.

“With only 180 jobs available in the NLL and so much talent out there, it’s tough for anyone to claim a roster spot these days. The guys in this section of our prospects list will be facing long odds at camp, but don’t expect any of them to give up easily.”

31 – Danny McDermott – RD Maple Ridge Burrards (WLA), NYIT (NCAA), McGill University (CUFLA)

A big, solid righty, McDermott helped Canada win a silver medal at the 2012 U19 field worlds and almost made Canada’s team for the men’s worlds this summer. In the box, he’s steady and dependable. He played 14 games for the Burrards this summer, not recording any points and taking just one minor penalty.

32 – Brandon Goodwin – LF Coquitlam Adanacs (WLA), Adelphi University (NCAA)

Goodwin put up big numbers as a midfielder at Adelphi. He hasn’t found the same level of success in the western summer league, but he is a big body with decent hands who can play a complementary role in an offence.

33 – Paul Brebber – RT Nanaimo Timbermen (WLA), Bellarmine University (NCAA)

Was forced to play out of position in Nanaimo because the Timbermen had a shortage of offensive players. Brebber put up some decent numbers but definitely projects as a defensive player in the pro league. The versatility he showed in playing up front could stand him in good stead as a player who can help push the ball up the floor while taking care of business in his own end first.

34 – Connor Campbell – LD Brampton Excelsiors (OLA Jr A)

Provided stability to the Excelsiors defence with his stay at home game. Before Brampton, he played three years with the Mimico Mountaineers in Jr B, where he showed a touch of transition flair with 10 goals and 9 assists in 20 games in his final season. Campbell is strong and tenacious.

35 – Mike Mawdsley – LT/F Oakville Rock (MSL)

Has decent size and stick skills. Mawdsley was forced into duty as a forward with Oakville this summer and was serviceable, but he’s better suited to a transition role. Scored 34 points, including 19 goals, in his final season of junior.

36 – Corey Shires – LF Nanaimo Timbermen (BCJALL)

Shires is a tall, agile lefty who could spark some interest among western-based teams. He has scored 137 points, including 62 goals, over the last two BC Jr A seasons. Unfortunately, Shires only got a chance to appear in four playoff games in his Jr A career, limiting his chance to showcase himself in pressure situations.

37 – Tyson Roe – RD Nanaimo Timbermen (WLA), Concordia University Wisconsin

At 6’10” and well over 250 pounds, Roe is an imposing figure. He was a midfielder at Concordia and scored 20 goals in his freshman season. He’s decided to enter the draft rather than returning to school. Roe played 16 games with the Timbermen this summer, scoring 3 goals and 5 assists and accumulating 12 penalty minutes. He’ll be an intriguing prospect for a western-based team that is looking for some size on defence.

38 – Todd Nakasuji – LF Oakville Buzz (OLA Jr B), Limestone (NCAA)

Like many players, his school commitments in the US limited his summer playing time in Canada, but when Nakasuji returned from school each summer he jumped right in and produced with the Oakville Buzz. In 24 games from 2011-13, he scored 50 goals and 56 assists for 106 points. He’s slight but talented. As with any Jr B player, Nakasuji is a long-shot to stick in the NLL right away, but as a lefty forward he’ll draw some attention and his advanced skill set may earn him a long look at camp.

39 – Alex Brennan – LD Clarington Green Gaels (OLA Jr B)

A 6’3” defender who should be formidable when he fills into his frame, Brennan is a steady presence who has caught the eye of scouts while playing Jr B lacrosse. He has some touch and plays a strong game while not taking too many penalties.

40 – Matt MacGrotty – LD Coquitlam Adanacs (WLA), Bryant University

MacGrotty is a big (6’4”, 210 lbs) defender with thre partial seasons of experience in the summer league out West. He played 18 games with the Langley Thunder in 2012 and a total of 22 games with Langley and Coquitlam over the next two years while finishing up his degree at Bryant. He played a prominent role for Team Scotland at the World Field Lacrosse Championships.

NLL Draft Top 50 Prospects: #41-50

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