Six Nations members to square off in National Lacrosse League championship series

Six Nations’ Tehoka Nanticoke is among those hoping to help the Buffalo Bandits win back-to-back NLL titles. Photo by NLL/Mike Hetzel.

By Sam Laskaris Writer John Tavares will have an opportunity to win yet another championship. Tavares is the head coach for the defending national Mann Cup champion Six Nations Chiefs AND the head coach of the Buffalo Bandits, the reigning champs of the professional National Lacrosse League (NLL). The Chiefs will kick off their 2024 campaign with their regular season opener at home on May 20, versus the visiting Owen Sound North Stars, at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. While Tavares is expected to be at that contest, his focus right now is clearly with the Bandits, who are hoping to win back-to-back NLL championships. Buffalo qualified for the league’s championship series on Sunday thanks to a 10-8 home victory against the visiting Toronto Rock. The Bandits also downed the host…

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