COVID-19 How the lacrosse landscape has changed

Marshall Powless will have to wait for his rookie season in the NLL with it being cancelled. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer It’s been a year since everything has stopped altogether in the world of sports. Some things have been able to recover, but lacrosse hasn’t quite gotten there yet. But that doesn’t mean things aren’t shifting and changing in every aspect of the game. March 2020-21 saw significant strides for leagues, charities and teams. Some good, some bad and Turtle Island News has followed it with great interest. Change hit the National Lacrosse League (NLL) when they suspended and eventually cancelled their 2019-20 season. They continued with typical offseason moves such as allowing trades, re-signings and the NLL Draft to happen. Those saw the likes of Six Nations Doug Jamieson win an award, get re-signed, as well as Marshall Powless get selected at number seven. This year,…

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