Hamilton’s Casey Powell scored four goals in a losing effort, but a final-second collision left him with a potentially serious knee injury.
The Cannons ended 10 years of frustration, holding off the Nationals 10-9 for their first MLL championship. Photos by John Strohsacker.
The curse is over. The Boston Cannons, the last original MLL team without a title, defeated the Hamilton Nationals, 10-9.
Ending years of playoff frustration, the Cannons held off Hamilton for a 10-9 victory in the MLL championship game Sunday.
The Boston Cannons are one game away from ending their 10-year curse, and they can thank Max Quinzani for that.
New England native Max Quinzani scored with 1.2 seconds left to lift the Cannons to a 14-13 victory. Highlights courtesy of MLL.
Courtesy of Major League Lacrosse, watch highlights of the Hamilton Nationals’ rain-soaked 11-9 win over the Denver Outlaws.
Not even Hurricane Irene could wash away the Outlaws’ perennial playoff doldrums. They fell 11-9 to Hamilton in the MLL semifinals.
Through heavy rain, stiff winds and a flooded field, Major League Lacrosse held its semifinal games Saturday in Annapolis, Md.
Can Boston finally win a Steinfeld Cup, or will Casey Powell help Hamilton’s young guns fuel an upset? Read on.