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1990 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season

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1990 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season

1990 MILL season
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration January 5, 1990 - April 13, 1990
Number of teams 6
Regular season
League champions New England Blazers
Runners-up Philadelphia Wings
Top scorer Paul Gait (Detroit Turbos)
Champion's Cup
Champions Philadelphia Wings
  Runners-up New England Blazers
Champion's Cup MVP Brad Kotz (Philadelphia)

The 1990 season began on January 5, 1990 and concluded with the championship game on April 13.


  • Team movement 1
  • Regular season 2
  • Playoffs 3
  • Awards 4
    • All-Pro Teams 4.1

Team movement

The Pittsburgh Bulls made their MILL debut in 1990, while the Washington Wave ceased operations.

Regular season


  Semifinals     Championship
    2  Philadelphia 17
  3  New York 8     1  New England 7
  2  Philadelphia 9  


Award Winner Team
Championship Game MVP Brad Kotz Philadelphia

All-Pro Teams

First Team:

  • John Fay, New England
  • Brad Kotz, Philadelphia
  • Brian Nikula, Pittsburgh
  • Rick Sowell, Baltimore
  • John Tucker, Philadelphia
  • Ted Sawicki, Detroit (goalie)

Second Team:

  • Don Borges, New York
  • Toby Boucher, New England
  • Ron Martinello, Detroit
  • Dave Pietramala, Pittsburgh
  • Tim
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