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  • Laker D-Man giving to the game
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    This Fan's Favourite Unofficial Burnaby Lakers Giving to the Game player of the year has a passion for growing the sport of lacrosse. Burnaby Lakers defender Chris O'Dougherty co-founded CitySideLax to grow and develop lacrosse in the Pacific Northwest. Garrett James photoChris O' Dougherty has played at the top of the sport in high school, university and as a pro, in the both field and indoor game, since first picking up a lacrosse stick as a pre-teen in his home state of New Jersey.The third-y
  • Special player this Fan's Favourite Special Teamer
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    The Burnaby Lakers Special Teams Player of the Year is a very special sniper. First-year Laker Eli McLaughlin tallied a league-best four shorthanded goals and was tenth overall in the WLA this season with 30 assists. Garrett James photoEli McLaughlin has a knack for the netting when it comes to special teams, tallying more than 105 goals, while with the man advantage or a man down, in his combined junior and senior A box lacrosse careers since 2010.The No. 2 overall draft pick of the Nanaimo Tim
  • This Fan's Favourite Transition Player
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    This Fan's Unofficial Burnaby Lakers Transition Player of the Year is a true threat from the back court. Burnaby Lakers transition runner Justin Salt has a career 0.429 scoring percentage in the playoffs. Garrett James photoIn five seasons in the senior A, loop Justin Salt has scored a total of 29 goals and assisted on 44 others while sporting a 0.312 scoring percentage and averaging nearly a point per game.This season the 6-2 lefthander potted five counters, 11 helpers and a 0.294 scoring perce
  • Burnaby Lakers three star winner
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    The race for this season's Burnaby Lakers three star winner in the Western Lacrosse Association was a four player affair. Three Burnaby runners and a goalie garnered five or more three-star votes during the regular season and playoffs, but it was newcomer Zac Boychuk with six star mentionss, including two in the first round of playoffs, who owns the distinction this year for the Lakers. The former Nanaimo Timberman had a breakout season with Burnaby, earning the WLA's top goalkeeper award as we
  • Scott Jones has a reason to celebrate, finishing the year second in team scoring with a 50-point season. Garrett James photoHow fast is fast? Let's put the clock on the Burnaby Lakers during the 2016 Western Lacrosse Association regular season. Burnaby kicked off the WLA senior season at the Bill Copeland Sports Centre against the Coquitlam Adanacs, while counting a couple of quick tallies 1:01 apart in the second period to edge the A's 8-6 in its home opener. Jason Jones with his second of th

  • This Fan's Unofficial Burnaby Lakers Team Player Award goes to a runner who knows a lot about a lot of teams. Jason Jones is among the most consistent forwards for the Burnaby Lakers lacrosse club. Garrett James photoThird-year Lakers left-hander Jason Jones has been a consistent contributor on six separate junior and senior A clubs in his lacrosse career to date since coming into the league with the Delta Islanders in 2004.Jones won a Minto Cup with the Six Nations Arrows in 2007; was eighth in

  • When Riley Loewen scores big the Maple Ridge Burrards win. Riley Loewen of Burnaby scored 21 playoff goals for the Maple Ridge Burrards. Times Colonist photoThe crafty Burnaby lefthander scored two times and garnered his fifth game star of the Western Lacrosse Association playoffs to help lift the Maple Ridge Burrards to its first championship title following a 10-9 victory at home on Friday. Loewen tallied 21 goals in the senior A post season, finishing third overall in playoff goal scoring,

  • Burnaby through a scare into the Victoria Shamrocks in its first round Western Lacrosse Association semi-final playoff. Top Burnaby Lakers draft pick, Josh Byrne, was a game star three times in the WLA playoffs. Garrett James photoThe senior A Lakers fell behind 3-0 in the best-of-seven playoff but stormed back in convincing style, winning three straight games before begrudgingly giving up the seventh and final game 14-11 to the 'Rocks.  One of the main keys to Burnaby's dramatic comeback was

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