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Premier Lacrosse League Announces SportsNet As Exclusive Canadian Distribution Partner

LOS ANGELES, CA. (June 12, 2019) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today an agreement with Sportsnet, Canada’s #1 sports media brand, to become the exclusive distribution partner for league games in Canada for the 2019 PLL season. As part of the agreement, Sportsnet will air 16 PLL games in Canada for the remainder of the league season that are being produced and broadcast through either NBC and NBCSN in the United States. PLL action will air in Canadian markets through a combination of Sportsnet channels that include: Sportsnet, Sportsnet 360, and Sportsnet ONE. PLL games will also be available to watch online in Canada on Sportsnet NOW+ – the network’s direct-to-consumer streaming platform. “Sportsnet is the premier distribution platform for sports leagues north of the border and we are more than thrilled to showcase PLL action to our amazing Canadian fans,” says PLL Co-Founder and CEO Mike Rabil. “This partnership will now enable our innovative product to regularly reach millions of Canadian fans who have been yearning for years to watch professional outdoor lacrosse.” The PLL season officially got underway on June 1st at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA and most recently finished its second week of regular season action this past weekend at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ. Next weekend will see the PLL head to Chicago for three games, June 15-16, at SeatGeek Stadium. ABOUT PREMIER LACROSSE LEAGUE The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) brings the sport of lacrosse to a national stage for the first time through a tour-based model, complete with the best players the sport has to offer. Co-founded by lacrosse superstar, philanthropist, and investor Paul Rabil and his brother, serial entrepreneur and investor, Mike Rabil, the Premier Lacrosse League is backed by an investment group comprised of The Raine Group, Joe Tsai Sports, CAA, and Brett Jefferson. The PLL season began June 2019 with six teams embarking on a 14-week season that concludes with a playoff and PLL Championship Game. The PLL season is distributed domestically through an exclusive media-rights agreement with NBC Sports Group. For more information, visit www.premierlacrosseleague.com and follow on social media: Instagram (@PLL), Twitter(@PremierLacrosse), Facebook (@PremierLacrosseLeague) and YouTube (YouTube.com/PLL).

Atlas LC vs. Chaos LC Week 2 Recap

Ryan Brown got Sunday’s Atlas LC vs. Chaos LC matchup off to a hot start by scoring a goal for the Atlas within 8 seconds. The Chaos responded brilliantly by answering this with five straight goals, most notably a two-point bomb from Matt Rees, bringing their lead to a massive 8-1 scoreline early on. This first quarter start was just a sign of things to come for Rees, who was one of the stars of the weekend.

Chrome LC vs. Whipsnakes LC Week 2 Recap

The defenses of both the Whipsnakes LC and Chrome LC started out strong in the first quarter. Great communication off the bat for the Whipsnakes’ offense led to three goals early on by Mike Chanenchuk, John Haus, and Michael Ehrhardt.

The Player’s Lounge: Kyle Bernlohr

It’s simple. I’m obsessed. We were on the road my senior year at Maryland and Head Coach John Tillman asked all of us to come to team breakfast the next morning with a sticky note with one word on it. Coach Tills asked us to write down that one word that best describes what you think is the most important characteristic to have in order to reach success, both on a personal level as well as an overall team vision.

You Never Played Lacrosse, But Your Grandchildren Will

For the first ten years of my life, I competed in every sport except one. In fifth grade, one day after I finished baseball practice, I walked a few fields over to attend “Lacrosse Family Night” in my hometown of Mahwah, New Jersey. I knew nothing about lacrosse. Little did I know this sport would dramatically change the course of my life.

Coaches Corner: Jim Stagnitta

When we first came together in May at IMG Academy we shared the same goal as every other PLL team; to win the first-ever league championship.

Whipsnakes vs. Chaos Game 1 Recap

In a matchup of two of the most talented teams in the PLL, Chaos vs. Whipsnakes Saturday afternoon did not disappoint. Whipsnakes attackman Jules Heningburg immediately set the tone for his team with a rapid goal within 10 seconds of the game.

Atlas vs. Redwoods Game 1 Recap

We knew Atlas vs. Redwoods wasn’t going to be just like any other lacrosse game. With both rosters stacked with several of the game’s elite, a national stage only seemed fitting.