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CANADIAN LACROSSE ASSOCIATION
BOX LACROSSE RULES
PROFESSIONAL BOX LACROSSE LEAGUE
SUMMER
NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE
PLAYING AREA
HOCKEY
SPORT
CARPET
CANADA
INDOORS
INDOOR
BOXING
RARITY
WOMEN
LACROSSE
GOALTENDERS
GOALTENDER
BOX LACROSSE
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Definitions

  1. Box lacrosse, an indoor version played in hockey rinks, is played professionally in Canada and the United States. (Web site)
  2. Box lacrosse is an indoor version of the game played by teams of six on a hockey rink where the ice has been removed or covered by artificial turf. (Web site)
  3. Box lacrosse is also a much more physical game. (Web site)
  4. Box Lacrosse is played almost exclusively in Canada, with annual National Championships occurring at seven levels. (Web site)
  5. In box lacrosse, a powerplay is very similar to ice hockey. (Web site)

Canadian Lacrosse Association

  1. The Canadian Lacrosse Association began sponsoring more and more box lacrosse.

Box Lacrosse Rules

  1. In 1935, the Mann Cup, the most prestigious lacrosse trophy in Canada,[ 13] was contended for under box lacrosse rules for the first time.

Professional Box Lacrosse League

  1. In 1987 a professional box lacrosse league was started called the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League.

Summer

  1. Wayne also excelled at baseball and box lacrosse, which he played during the summer. (Web site)
  2. Younger brother Jerome Thompson is playing box lacrosse this summer, while the other two brothers, Miles and Lyle Thompson, still play for LaFayette. (Web site)

National Lacrosse League

  1. Indoor lacrosse is a version of box lacrosse played by the National Lacrosse League, which employs slight rule changes from the traditional box game.
  2. The San Jose Stealth are a member of the National Lacrosse League, the professional box lacrosse league of North America. (Web site)

Playing Area

  1. The playing area of box lacrosse is typically an ice hockey rink during the summer months.

Hockey

  1. Wayne's excellence at hockey was matched in baseball and box lacrosse, which he played during the summer.
  2. Playing goal in field lacrosse is an eye-opener for people used to seeing the big equipment of box lacrosse or hockey. (Web site)

Sport

  1. The sport has four major types: men's field lacrosse, women's lacrosse, box lacrosse and intercrosse. (Web site)

Carpet

  1. Indoor lacrosse is always played on a carpet, while box lacrosse is usually played on bare concrete. (Web site)

Canada

  1. A later version of box lacrosse, indoor lacrosse, is played professionally in both Canada and the United States.
  2. In the 1930s, an indoor version of the game, box lacrosse, was introduced in Canada. (Web site)
  3. The National Lacrosse League is a professional box lacrosse league, with franchises in Canada and the United States. (Web site)

Indoors

  1. Field lacrosse is played on a grass field about as long as a soccer field and box lacrosse is played indoors.

Indoor

  1. There are two main versions of the game; outdoor or field lacrosse and indoor or box lacrosse.

Boxing

  1. Former Olympian Dale Walters has gone from boxing to box lacrosse.

Rarity

  1. Even as box lacrosse grows in the United States, the American goalkeeper is a rarity. (Web site)

Women

  1. It conducts national junior and senior championship tournaments for men and women in both field and box lacrosse. (Web site)

Lacrosse

  1. Box lacrosse, also known as indoor lacrosse and sometimes shortened to boxla or simply box, is an indoor version of lacrosse played mostly in North America.

Goaltenders

  1. Goaltenders in box lacrosse are known to score goals for their team, usually in powerplay or slow whistle situations. (Web site)

Goaltender

  1. In box lacrosse the goal is smaller (4' X 4') than in outdoor lacrosse, and the goaltender is usually bigger, with considerably more padding. (Web site)
  2. In box lacrosse the goal is smaller (4' X 4') than in outdoor lacrosse (and the goaltender usually bigger).

Box Lacrosse

  1. Through this commercialization, in a short period of time, box lacrosse became the dominant form of the sport in Canada.
  2. Through this commercialization, in a relatively short period of time, box lacrosse became the dominant form of the sport in Canada. (Web site)
  3. There are disadvantages of using both types of lacrosse sticks by a goaltender in the game of box lacrosse. (Web site)

Categories

  1. World > Countries > Canada > National Lacrosse League
  2. Goaltender
  3. Culture > Sports > Cricket > Powerplay
  4. Dominant Form
  5. Commercialization
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