Lacrosse player Bryson Knockwood grew up in Indian Brook, a Mi’kmaq First Nation community in Hants County, N.S., where he was known by his peers for a positive attitude and outgoing personality.
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.
TORONTO – Jeremy Noble saw his childhood dreams come true Monday night in the 2014 National Lacrosse League Draft at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, Ont. The highly-touted Orangeville, Ont. native was selected second overall by the Rochester Knighthawks, who made a blockbuster trade earlier in the day to move up and nab […]