Team Canada Games to Air on TSN2

OTTAWA, ON – Take note Canadian lacrosse fans, Team Canada’s remaining games at the 2014 FIL World Field Lacrosse Championships will be coming to a television near you.

The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) is excited to confirm that TSN2 will broadcast the final three games of Team Canada’s pool-play. In addition to that, as Team Canada advances, TSN2 will continue to broadcast their games.

The exciting lacrosse action will hit Canadian airwaves tonight at 10pm EST when Team Canada faces the Iroquois Nationals in game three of their Blue Division pool-play.

Team Canada’s reaming schedule for pool-play (Blue Division) is:
Sunday July 13 – CANADA v. Iroquois, 10pm EST
Monday July 14 – CANADA v. Japan, 4pm EST
Tuesday July 15 – CANADA v. Australia, 10pm EST

Meet Team Canada: With the team about to be on your television, we thought you would like to know just who is who. The CLA, head coach Randy Mearns and the entire coaching and management staff is pleased to introduce Team Canada’s final game roster:

2014 Team Canada Roster

#             Name

3             Brennan Donville

7             Dan Coates

8             Kyle Rubisch

9             Jesse Gamble

14           Wesley Berg

17           Brodie Merrill

18           Cam Flint

19           Cameron Holding

21           Kevin Crowley

23           Adam Jones

24           Jordan MacIntosh

25           Jeremy Noble

33           David Earl

35           Geoff Snider

37           Dillon Ward

42           Mark Matthews

44           Jordan Hall

45           Jason Noble

48           Matt Vinc

71           Curtis Dickson

88           Zack Greer

91           Dillon Roy

92           Jesse King

This is a great first step in growing the game and getting lacrosse the television recognition it deserves but to continue to see it on television the demand must be there. So call up all your friends, family and neighbours and tell them to tune in over the next 7 days as Canada continues its quest for the world title, show TSN and other Canadian broadcasters just how much Canadians love Canada’s national summer sport.

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