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List of defunct NLL teams

This is a list of teams that once played in the National Lacrosse League but no longer exist or have suspended operations for various reasons. This includes franchises which have relocated to different cities.

Team Seasons Overall record Relocated to
Albany Attack 2000–2003 33–25 San Jose Stealth
Anaheim Storm 2004–2005 6–26  
Arizona Sting 2004–2007 33–31  
Baltimore Thunder 1987–1999 49–67 Pittsburgh CrosseFire
Boston Blazers 1992–1997 24-28  
Boston Blazers 2009–2011 26-22  
Charlotte Cobras 1996 0–10  
Chicago Shamrox 2007–2008 12–20  
Columbus Landsharks 2001–2003 16–30 Arizona Sting
Detroit Turbos 1989–1994 29–21  
Montreal Express 2002 8–8  
New England Blazers 1989–1991 10–16 Boston Blazers
New Jersey Saints 1987–1988 10–4 New York Saints
New Jersey Storm 2002–2003 4–12 Anaheim Storm
New York Saints 1989–2003 75–95  
New York Titans 2007–2009 24–24 Orlando Titans
Ontario Raiders 1998 6–6 Toronto Rock
Orlando Titans 2010 11–5  
Ottawa Rebel 2001–2003 9–37  
Pittsburgh Bulls 1990–1993 10–24  
Pittsburgh CrosseFire 2000 6–6 Washington Power
Portland LumberJax 2006–2009 30–34  
San Jose Stealth 2004–2009 38–42 Washington Stealth
Syracuse Smash 1998–2000 6–30 Ottawa Rebel
Vancouver Ravens 2002–2004 24–24  
Washington Power 2001–2002 18–12 Colorado Mammoth
Washington Stealth 2009–2013 32–32 Vancouver Stealth
Washington Wave 1987–1989 9–13  
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