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1999 NLL season

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1999 NLL season

1999 NLL season
League National Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration December 26, 1998 – April 23, 1999
Number of teams 7
Regular season
League champions Toronto Rock
Runners-up Baltimore Thunder
Season MVP Gary Gait (Baltimore Thunder)
Top scorer Gary Gait (Baltimore Thunder)
Champion's Cup
Champions Toronto Rock
  Runners-up Rochester Knighthawks
Champion's Cup MVP Colin Doyle (Toronto)

The 1999 National Lacrosse League season began on December 26, 1998 and concluded with the championship game on April 23, 1999. The Toronto Rock celebrated their first season in Toronto by winning the championship, defeating the Rochester Knighthawks 13-10 at Maple Leaf Gardens.

The playoffs featured the lowest score by a team in NLL history, when goaltender Bob Watson and the Toronto Rock defeated the Philadelphia Wings 13-2.


  • Team movement 1
  • Regular season 2
  • All Star Game 3
  • Playoffs 4
  • Awards 5

Team movement

The only change of teams from the 1998 NLL season to 1999 was the movement of the Ontario Raiders from Hamilton down the QEW to Toronto to become the Toronto Rock.

Regular season

All Star Game

The 1999 All-Star Game took place at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, where Team Canada defeated Team USA by a score of 25-24.


Semifinals Championship
4 Philadelphia 2
1 Toronto 13
3 Rochester 10
1 Toronto 13
3 Rochester 14
2 Baltimore 12


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