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Cannons LC acquires Jake Froccaro from Chaos LC

Shortly after off-season trade window opened yesterday, Chaos LC agreed to send 2019 All-Pro midfielder Jake Froccaro to Cannons LC.
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Kevin Unterstein Announces Retirement from Professional Lacrosse

By | Redwoods LC midfielder Kevin Unterstein has announced his retirement from professional lacrosse During his 14-year career, Unterstein won…
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Next Up: 5 players who could crack the 2022 Players Top 50

By | The PLL Player’s Top 50 was wrapped up last week, with Blaze Riorden continuing his scorching hot 2021…
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Premier Lacrosse League Announces New Player Compensation Structure, Free Agency Beginning in 2023

By | LOS ANGELES, CA. (December 17, 2021) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster has announced a…
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Players Top 50: #1 Blaze Riorden

Blaze has reinvented the goalie position with his butterfly technique. He’s able to smother low shots with his legs like a hockey goalie – minus the pads.
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Players Top 50: #2 Tom Schreiber

Schreiber is the best passer on the planet. He regularly throws skips to teammates standing off your TV screen. For every highlight reel Schreiberian skip pass, there’s a single that keeps the Archers offense humming, too. Schreiber dished seven second assists this summer (most in PLL).
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Players Top 50: #3 Lyle Thompson

Lyle’s ability to create quality shots for himself and for teammates lifted the offense into that elite tier. Lyle shot 33.9% unassisted at a high volume (league average unassisted shooting percentage was 24.9% in 2021). He kicked off the season with a Deyhaus Dunk at Gillette – his version of Kareem’s sky hook or RP3’s question mark.
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Players Top 50: #4 Grant Ament

By PLL Analyst 2020 first overall pick Grant Ament led the PLL in assists (22) and points (35) on his…
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Players Top 50: #5 Zach Currier

When Andy Copelan was named head coach of Waterdogs LC, he approached the Expansion Draft looking for two-way midfielders. And with the first overall pick in the 2020 Entry Draft, he selected the best two-way midfielder on the planet: Zach Currier.
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