Six Nations Chiefs welcome new faces to organization

Marshall Powless

By Sam Laskaris Writer Four new players have become property of the Six Nations Chiefs. But it remains to be seen when they will actually have opportunities to suit up for the local Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) franchise. For starters, the Chiefs protected three players with local connections ahead of the MSL Entry Draft, which was held in Oakville on Sunday. They were Marshall Powless, Hayden Fox and Troy Holowchuk. The Chiefs then ended up only having two picks in Sunday’s five-round league draft. But as it turned out, Six Nations only ended up with the rights to one player. The Chiefs selected Riley Miller, a product of the Six Nations Rebels’ Junior B squad, in the fifth and final round of the draft. The Six Nations club also had…

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