Adam Charalambides starting at attack for the Cannons in Matt Kavanagh’s absence By Grant DelVecchio Aug 19, 2023 Matt Kavanagh was ruled out for the Cannons rematch with Atlas tonight when the league’s official injury report was released on Wednesday. Kavanagh left in the third quarter of the Cannons OT loss to the Redwoods last […]
How Ethan Rall has gone from overlooked to overachiever By Grant DelVecchio Aug 17, 2023 Ethan Rall may not have heard his name called on draft night in May, but he just might in a few weeks when end of season awards are announced.  “How he’s not in the discussion for Rookie of the Year […]
Cannons vs Redwoods Photo Gallery August 14th, 2023 Romar Dennis made his Redwoods debut in the club’s win over Cannons last week (Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi). Marcus Holman, the PLL’s MVP? (Photo courtesy of Liam Murphy) The Cannons celebrate a transition score (Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi). Ryan Drenner is hounded and stripped by […]
Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi. Film Study: What makes Ryan Drenner the Cannons’ Swiss army knife By Grant DelVecchio Aug 12, 2023 In the assembly of the jigsaw puzzle that is the Cannons offense this season, Ryan Drenner is that one piece that has a little bit of the entire mosaic on it. He helps […]
Waterdogs vs Cannons Photo Gallery August 7th, 2023 The Cannons offense has been the most efficient in the PLL this season (Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi). Cade van Raaphorst shoots an 107 mile per hour two-bomb past the Waterdogs defense (Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi). Cade van Raaphorst, Kyle Hartzell, and Matt Kavanagh celebrate his […]
What makes Ryan Boyle one of lacrosse’s greatest minds By Grant DelVecchio Aug 4, 2023 Like a shadow, success has followed Ryan Boyle on every stop in his Hall of Fame career.  Boyle is the King Midas of the lacrosse world – he guided every team he ever played for to a championship. The only […]
Film Study: What Makes Matt Campbell Uncontainable By Grant DelVecchio Aug 2, 2023 On draft night, Cannons LC Head Coach and General Manager Brian Holman detailed what made Matt Campbell the right pick for the Cannons at #9.  “Matt brings a lot to the table. He is two-handed, he dodges hard, he can quarterback an […]
How A Resurgent Cannons Offense Has Exploded By Grant DelVecchio Jul 29, 2023 Back in May, there were a lot of unknowns for the Cannons.  How would the team fare without Lyle Thompson? How long would it take for all of the new additions to build a rapport? How would a coaching staff with zero […]
Colin Kirst Common Denominator in Cannons Three Game Win Streak By Grant DelVecchio Jul 29, 2023 Release. Relax. Refocus. Those are the three words Colin Kirst repeats to himself after every shot he sees, save or not. As a professional lacrosse goalie, Kirst is cognizant of the fact that having a balanced mind is non-negotiable. […]
Jeff Trainor: From Cannons Fan to Cannons Difference Maker By Grant DelVecchio Jul 26, 2023 Jeff Trainor was eight years old the first time he put on Cannons gear.  Back then, going to Boston Cannon games was a family event for the Trainors as Jeff and his older brother Daniel came of age in Billerica, […]