Phillip Buque is following his brother Alex’s path in the hopes that he too will someday play in the National Lacrosse League.
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Philip and Alex Buque grew up playing hockey in the winter, lacrosse in the summer.
Alex played varsity and is now a superstar goalie in the National Lacrosse League; now, younger brother Philip is taking his shot with the Saint Leo University Lions.
Although you may not know his name, Colin Doyle will go down as one of the most accomplished athletes in Toronto’s professional sports history.
Rob Marshall slings his equipment bag into the back of his pickup truck. School and work are behind him. Marshall then picks up his good friend and teammate Kasey Beirnes. After a quick stop at a local Tim Hortons, the pair is back on the road to the Air Canada Centre, in Toronto. “If one of us has a long day at work we can catch a catnap on the way down,” Marshall said.
Long-time Toronto Rock fan gets to proudly sport the red, blue and white colours on his back after being chosen first in the second round on Monday at the 2012 NLL draft.
With just a few months until the lacrosse season begins, the Toronto Rock selected Bradley Kri in the 2012 NLL draft on Monday.
His outstanding career with the Toronto Rock ended last May when he retired after winning a sixth Championship, but another honor was awaiting Bob Watson.
The former goaltender was inducted into the National Lacrosse League (NLL) Hall of Fame front of his family, friends and fans in Toronto on Tuesday.