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National Lacrosse League Monthly Awards

In the 1994 season, the National Lacrosse League (then called the Major Indoor Lacrosse League) began naming a Player of the Month. The award is determined by a vote of the general managers and head coaches of the NLL teams.[1]

The first recipient was Buffalo Bandits goaltender Steve Dietrich.

In 1998, the league added the Rookie of the Month award.

Contents

  • Player of the Month 1
  • Rookie of the Month 2
  • References 3
  • See also 4

Player of the Month

Players listed in italics are retired.

Player Count
John Tavares 9
Gary Gait 6
Paul Gait 5
Ted Dowling 3
Athan Iannucci
Rob Blasdell 2
John Grant, Jr.
Gavin Prout
Bob Watson

Rookie of the Month

1998-present

Player Count
Ryan Boyle 2
Craig Conn
John Grant, Jr.
Tracey Kelusky
Brodie Merrill

References

  1. ^

See also

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