Stamp ILindoor: MSL planning for 10-game season, but likelihood of it happening remains uncertain

Hope remains that MSL players, like Cobourg's Kyle Killen and Oakville's Challen Rogers, will be able to get back on arena floors this summer. (Photo: by Ryan McCullough/Oakville Rock)

By Stephen Stamp


Major Series Lacrosse is proceeding with planning a 10-game schedule for this summer with hopes they'll be able to play, but we'll have a much better idea of whether it will actually happen in about six weeks.

On a league Zoom call last night, commissioner Doug Luey confirmed that MSL is creating a schedule that would see each of the league's six teams play a home and home with each other team, starting July 5. MSL would then be able to stick pretty close to its regular timeline of holding playoffs for the top four teams starting in early August followed by the Mann Cup, which this year would see the MSL champs play host to the Western Lacrosse Association winners starting September 10.

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