Mandatory Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre/New York Riptide/NLL In the midst of an extended off season, the Philadelphia Wings remain adamant in building a championship roster. On November 24th, the Wings announced that they have acquired a fourth-round pick in accompaniment to defenseman John Ranagan from the New York Riptide. Paul Day, General Manager and Head […]Read more "Philadelphia Wings Acquire John Ranagan"
Yesterday, Devan Kaney sat down in a virtual interview with NLL Commissioner Nick Sakiewicz to break a huge announcement. It was like music to our ears when Sakiewicz confirmed that the NLL would launch their 35th season on April 9th, 2021. Barely more than a year to the day from when the NLL announced the […]Read more "Nick Sakiewicz Announces Date For 2021 NLL Faceoff Weekend"
The month following the 2020 NLL Draft has been busy for the Philadelphia Wings. Two players from their 2020 draft class have signed one-year contracts with the Wings, while Philadelphia extended Steph Charbonneau one more season. Bolstering the defense became the priority for the Wings in October. Finishing the shortened season with the ninth-best defense […]Read more "Wings Extend Charbonneau; Sign Two Rookies In October"
Last night, the NLL held their 2020 Entry Draft. For the first time in league history, the draft was virtual. Hosted by Devan Kaney, Teddy Jenner, and Stephen Stamp, the 2020 NLL Entry Draft served as a refreshing potential beginning to the upcoming season. See Wings’ Head Coach and General Manager preparing for the virtual […]Read more "Introducing the Philadelphia Wings 2020 Draft Class"
In the past few weeks, the Philadelphia Wings began their busy offseason by making a handful of roster moves. There was a bevy of transactions made from trades to free-agent signings. The brightest addition, Ben McIntosh, came as a result of trading Josh Currier. Headlining the contract extensions of current Wings players was Liam Byrnes. […]Read more "Philadelphia Wings Making Moves with a Win-Now Mentality"
Over the last week, the Philadelphia Wings have made a handful of roster moves. Four more Wings players had their contracts extended, two players were traded away, and two other players were free-agent signings. In 2021, Philadelphia is taking on a different look in the NLL. Trade Talk Firstly, defenseman Nick Finlay was sent to […]Read more "Wings Make a Handful of Offseason Transactions"
In their first season (theoretically) back in Philadelphia, the Barrage find themselves with a losing (1-3) record after four games. As the regular season extends consists of only five total games, the next one is a must-win in order to have a playoff berth. Brief Recap In their most recent contest, the Philadelphia Barrage took […]Read more "Philadelphia Barrage to Face New York Lizards in a Must-Win Game"
Following two back-to-back contests against the only undefeated teams currently left in the MLL, the Philadelphia Barrage secured their first victory. This victory was at the expense of the Connecticut Hammerheads, who are now tied for last in the MLL with the New York Lizards. The importance of this win for the Barrage keeps their […]Read more "Barrage Secure First Win Since MLL Return"
On the second day of the 2020 MLL season, the Philadelphia Barrage took on the Denver Outlaws after losing the day before to the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Just like the Bayhawks, the Outlaws were victorious on the first day of the season. After the first day finished, Denver looked like they were the most efficient team […]Read more "Philadelphia Barrage Outlawed In the Third Quarter"
As of July 18th, 2020, Major League Lacrosse is back! From Annapolis, Maryland, the Philadelphia Barrage squared off against the Chesapeake Bayhawks. This would be the first game for the Barrage since the 2008 season. Former Atlanta Blaze general manager, Spencer Ford, became the head coach of Philadelphia in their 2020 rebirth. Ford’s first task […]Read more "Barrage Lacks Discipline Versus Bayhawks in MLL Season Opener"