Buffalo. - The Bandits’ potent offense has been a catalyst for their success this year. Dhane Smith has carried the load for Buffalo this postseason with a league-high 40 points (13g,27a). Josh Byrne has missed both games of the NLL Finals due to injury but others have stepped up in his place. Chris Cloutier (27 points), Kyle Buchanan (21 points) and Tehoka Nanticoke (20 points) have been big contributors for Buffalo this postseason.
TORONTO. - Would there be any other way a lacrosse fan would want than for the best of three final to go down to the wire? The Buffalo Bandits won a close 13-12 decision at home in game one. The underdog Colorado Mammoth evened the series with a convincing 16-10 victory in front of their home crowd on Monday afternoon. Both arenas were packed with boisterous fans, in a frenzy for their teams.
TORONTO. - With Colorado outlasting the Calgary Roughnecks in the best of three conference final, they now have the privilege of facing the Buffalo Bandits in this year's NLL finals. This is a rematch of last year’s final in which Colorado stunned Buffalo in three games. What made it all the more surprising was the Mammoth offense had been decimated with injuries. This team still found a way to win. Can they do it again?
TORONTO. - After two absolutely phenomenal semi-final series, we have our 2022 championship round set. The Buffalo Bandits will face the Colorado Mammoth. Game one is this Saturday night June 4th, at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, NY.
TORONTO. - The Western Lacrosse Association (WLA) opened their 2022 summer season Friday night with the New Westminster Salmonbellies visiting the Victoria Shamrocks at Q Arena in front of 2,381 fans. Jesse King led the Shamrocks with eight points, as Victoria scored early and often enroute to a 14-10 victory.