Halifax Thunderbirds focusing on staying strong this offseason

Warren Hill has been an anchor in the net for the Thunderbirds in their first full season in Halifax, and he has a bright future at the position. (Photo by the Halifax Thunderbirds)

By Josh Giles Writer Throughout the offseason there have been a flurry of trades bouncing around the NLL, but none have come from the Halifax Thunderbirds. Instead they decided to focus on keeping everything in house in order to maintain their success. It makes sense, as they had a very successful first season going 8-4 to lead the North Division in the league, but according to Head Coach Mike Accursi, they won’t say no to a good enough trade. “I don’t think we’re opposed to making moves, but we’re happy with the team we have in our system, and we want to maintain that strength.” One of the re-signings they have secured is Six Nations Arrows player Clay Scanlan moving him to a protected practice player agreement. As one of…

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