Toronto Rock 2014 Schedule
The Toronto Rock are ready to take the field in 2014 to show their opponents who is
boss in lacrosse. The Rock have a great roster that is filled with quality players that are ready to put the ball in the goal
with regularity. The Rock call the National Lacrosse League home, and play in the league's Eastern Division. The team is coming
off a 2013 season in which they were able to finish atop the Eastern Division standings thanks to a 10-6 regular season record.
The team managed a 5-4 record against divisional opponents, and they'll be looking to improve on that mark this time around.
With some huge home games coming their way in 2013-14, the Rock will be looking to see their fans show up in a big way for
the most important matchups set to take place at the Air Canada Centre.
The Rock know that they're going to have some
serious competition coming their way when the Rochester Knighthawks cross the border this season. The Knighthawks finished
just two games behind the Rock last season and will be looking to leapfrog Toronto in the ranks this time around. The Rock
will have to play some great lacrosse toe send the Knighthawks back to Rochester with a loss, but that is something that this
squad is most certainly capable of. This contest will definitely be one that fans will be looking to get to in person, and
for good reason.
Toronto will see another tough divisional opponent hit the field at the Air Canada Centre on April
18th when the Buffalo Bandits visit north of the border. This is the final home game of the season for the Rock, and the last
game on the home schedule always sees a great fan turnout. The Bandits may have only won six games last season, but they look
like they could be a team on the rise in the Eastern Division this year. This should be a fantastic season of exciting lacrosse
action for the Toronto Rock!
Toronto Rock History
The Toronto Rock were a dynasty in the NLL during the
late 1990's and early 2000's. The Rock won five championships in seven years between 1999 and 2005. Every year several Toronto
players are All-Star picks. Lacrosse tickets to Toronto Rock games are usually the hardest in the National Lacrosse League
to come across, as the Rock are typically league leaders in performance and attendance. The Rock are looking to return the
championship trophy to the city of Toronto, so be there with this lacrosse team as they attempt to win year another league
Lacrosse might not be a mainstream sport like football or baseball, but that doesn't
mean that seeing the sport played in person is not a great time. Lacrosse is a game that takes a lot of skill to excel at,
and that's something you'll see for yourself when you head out to a Toronto Rock game this year.
If you've never been to a Toronto Rock game before, then you probably have no idea how passionate the fans of
the team truly are. When you head to a game this season you'll find the atmosphere at the game is contagious, and soon you'll
be joining these dedicated fans in cheering on the Rock to a big victory.
Toronto Rock Trivia
Who is the
head coach of the Toronto Rock?
The answer is John Lovell.