Edmonton wins National Lacrosse League championship

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) Mark Matthews led Edmonton to its first National Lacrosse League title Friday night, scoring five goals and adding three assists in the Rush's 11-10 victory over the Toronto Rock. Edmonton swept the best-of-three final. Robert Church had two goals and Jeff Cornwall, Zack Greer, Ben McIntosh and Matthew Dinsdale also scored to help the Rush finish off the league...
Via Associated Press
June 06, 2015  |  Discuss

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