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Firing off cannons is a messy affair. Though not possessing incendiary properties and acting as mammoth sized versions of muskets, incorporating the same explosive principles as employed in modern day bullets, the cannons of yesteryear nonetheless posed a formidable threat to oncoming forces. However, the onset of the new millennium saw the development of a new breed of cannons, albeit not to be used in the battlefields of modern-day false flag incited warfare but to be deployed in the Cawley Memorial Stadium to engage in Major League Lacrosse encounters. The Boston Cannonstickets are your passports to witnessing their explosive showdowns so apply for some right now.
The Boston Cannons are part of the original line-up of six teams that were inducted into Major League Lacrosse (MLL) after the latter was created in 1999 by Dave Morrow, Tim Robertson and Jake Steinfeld. Founded by Matt Dwyer who is also the current owner and president of the team, the Boston Cannons made their home in the Cawley Memorial Stadium from their inaugural 2001 season to 2003 and then were hauled over to the Nickerson Field located in the Boston University campus, moing to their current staging ground of Harvard Stadium in 2007. In the first five years of the League's existence, the Boston Cannons played in the American Division. However, following the 2009 season, the Boston Cannons became part of the sole MLL division/conference that followed the reduction of the teams from 10 to 6 due to the flailing US economy.
2007 saw the Boston Cannons take part in some major trading with the Washington Bayhawks that entailed the handing over of assist getter Connor Gill along with Ryan Curtis in exchange for Michael Powell as well as Ben DeFelice, with an additional player thrown in that as a "Conditional draft choice" for the 2008 season. Interesting, following his 2008 seasonal stint with the Cannons, Powell departed the MLL completely to earn some "Villains Trust" through some solid musical renditions. Consequently, the Boston Cannons added Paul Rabil to their arsenal who soon unleashed his firepower at 111 miles per hour.
The Boston Cannons have charged into the MLL playoffs a total of 8 times since their inception in 2001 and clinched the American Division championship back-to-back in 2004 and 2005. The Cannons were also the finalists in the 2004 MLL championship, being finally overwhelmed by the Philadelphia Barrage. 2011 saw them ramrod through the MLL Championship following a 9-3 performance in the regular season and after plucking the wings of some Bayhawks in the semis, robbed some Hamilton Nationals of their pride in the finals.
Every once in a while, the Boston Cannons take a step back from their usual lacrosse action and engage their local youth by organizing a series of camps and related events as well as working through the MetroLacrosse charity in awarding scholarships to promising lacrosse players as well as donating game tickets to their respective families. The stage is being set for their next round of pounding come this season so get your Boston Cannonstickets now for lighting the fuse.