Don’t you even think about bringing that weak shit near Alex Buque’s goal, or he’ll turn you into dust.
Saskatchewan Rush attacker Zack Greer took a punch to the head from Calgary Roughnecks defender Scott Carnegie in Saturday’s game, and just as Greer’s helmet fell off, a lacrosse ball struck him in the face. Tough day for Zack.
Damn, the guy with the ponytail really wanted to scrap here, didn't he? Bill O'Brien (what a great Irish Catholic-sounding enforcer name) runs after the Rochester player, rips off his helmet, pummels the shit out of him with a series of uppercuts, and still tries to fight after he gets knocked to the ground.
You want to know what professionalism is? It's a cheerleader for the NLL's Buffalo Bandits, going through her moves even with an oversized jersey covering her face. Keep an eye on the woman in the second row, on the far left.
Keep an eye on No. 15 Luke Wiles flipping the ball to No. 11 John Tavares at the start of this clip, from Friday's NLL game between Buffalo and Philadelphia. As the two separate after a stoppage in play, Wiles immediately cradles as if he's still got possession. It fools the referee, and it fools the Philadelphia…
I'll admit professional lacrosse is a sport beyond my professional purview, so I didn't even know they had hockey-style fights. Last night's season-opener between Rochester and Philadelphia ended with a real rumbler, though, even bringing the goalies out for fisticuffs. In the end, the fight lasted about five…