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1991 MILL season

 

1991 MILL season

1991 MILL season
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration December 29, 1990 - April 6, 1991
Number of teams 6
Regular season
Top scorer Paul Gait (Detroit Turbos)
National champions Detroit Turbos
  National runners-up Pittsburgh Bulls
American champions Baltimore Thunder
  American runners-up New York Saints
Champion's Cup
Champion's Cup champions Detroit Turbos
  Runners-up Baltimore Thunder
Champion's Cup MVP Gary Gait (Detroit)
MILL seasons

The 1991 season began on December 29, 1990 and concluded with the championship game on April 6, 1991.

Team Movement

No teams were added, removed, or relocated in the 1991 season. However, the MILL did divide the six teams into two divisions: Detroit, Pittsburgh, and New England comprised the National Division, and the American Division was Baltimore, New York, and Philadelphia.

Regular season

All Star Game

The first-ever MILL All-Star Game was held at the Spectrum in Philadelphia during the 1991 season. The National Division defeated the American Division 25-20.

Playoffs

Championship

Detroit 14 @ Baltimore 12

Awards

Award Winner Team
Rookie of the Year Award Gary Gait Detroit
Championship Game MVP Gary Gait Detroit

All-Pro Teams

First Team:

  • John Conley, Philadelphia
  • Gary Gait, Detroit
  • Paul Gait, Detroit
  • Rick Sowell, Baltimore
  • John Tucker, Philadelphia
  • Ted Sawicki, Detroit (goalie)

Second Team:

  • Jeff Jackson, Baltimore
  • Butch Marino, Pittsburgh
  • Mike Cummings, New York
  • John Nostrant, Philadelphia
  • Brian Nikula, Pittsburgh
  • Sal LoCascio, New York (goalie)

Statistics Leaders

Bold numbers indicate new single-season records. Italics indicate tied single-season records.

Stat Player Team Number
Goals Paul Gait Detroit 47
Assists Gary Gait Detroit 36
Points Gary Gait Detroit 68
Penalty Minutes Neil Doddridge Detroit 39

See also

References

  • 1991 Archive at the Outsider's Guide to the NLL


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