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Cal Slade guarded Langley Thunder netminder Frank Scigliano during game 4 of the Mann Cup on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. Scigliano made 40 saves on 54 shots as the Lakers pulled away in the third period even the series at two games apiece with a 15-12 victory. (Gary Ahuja, Langley Thunder photo)

Lakers tie Mann Cup at two games apiece with 15-12 victory over Langley Thunder

Peterborough scored four of the final five goals for the victory

  • Sep 14, 2022

 

Langley Thunder scored six times on their first dozen shots on the way to a 16-11 win in the best-of-seven Mann Cup opener over the Peterborough Lakers at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Friday night, Sept. 9. (Gary Ahuja/Langley Thunder)

Langley Thunder roll into game 1 Mann Cup victory over Lakers

Curtis Dickson and Dane Dobbie had eight points each

  • Sep 10, 2022

 

Langley Thunder player Jordan Magnuson defends against Nanaimo Timbermen opponent Zach Manns during Game 4 on Thursday, Aug. 25, at Frank Crane Arena. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)

Nanaimo Timbermen win big against Langley to stay alive in lacrosse finals

T-men defeat Langley Thunder by 12-6 score in Game 4 of WLA finals

Langley Thunder player Jordan Magnuson defends against Nanaimo Timbermen opponent Zach Manns during Game 4 on Thursday, Aug. 25, at Frank Crane Arena. (Greg Sakaki/News Bulletin)
The Langley Thunder have a three games to zero series lead in the best-of-seven Western Lacrosse Association finals following a 12-11 overtime victory over Nanaimo on Tuesday night, Aug. 23, at Langley Events Centre. (Photo courtesy Langley Events Centre)

VIDEO: Langley Thunder make it three in a row with overtime series win

One victory away from taking the best-of-seven against Nanaimo

  • Aug 24, 2022
The Langley Thunder have a three games to zero series lead in the best-of-seven Western Lacrosse Association finals following a 12-11 overtime victory over Nanaimo on Tuesday night, Aug. 23, at Langley Events Centre. (Photo courtesy Langley Events Centre)
Chase Scanlan has three goals and 10 points in two games as the Langley Thunder lead Nanaimo Timbermen 2-0 in the best-of-seven WLA finals. (Ryan Molag LEC file photo)

VIDEO: Langley Thunder win game two of WLA finals

Next up, a Tuesday home game at Langley Events Centre

  • Aug 22, 2022
Chase Scanlan has three goals and 10 points in two games as the Langley Thunder lead Nanaimo Timbermen 2-0 in the best-of-seven WLA finals. (Ryan Molag LEC file photo)
Langley Thunder downed Nanaimo Timbermen 12-4 in game one of the Western Lacrosse Association Finals on Friday night (Aug. 19) at Langley Events Centre. (Photo courtesy Langley Events Centre)

VIDEO: Langley Thunder win game one of WLA championship series

Thunder victorious despite being outshot 65-52

  • Aug 20, 2022
Langley Thunder downed Nanaimo Timbermen 12-4 in game one of the Western Lacrosse Association Finals on Friday night (Aug. 19) at Langley Events Centre. (Photo courtesy Langley Events Centre)
Chase Scanlan, seen here during an earlier game in the semifinal series, had a five-goal, nine-point game on Sunday, Aug. 14, that saw Langley Thunder down Victoria Shamrocks 15-10 and win a berth to the WLA championship series. (Gary Ahuja, Langley Events Centre)

Langley Thunder win WLA championship berth

Up next, the Nanaimo Timbermen

  • Aug 16, 2022
Chase Scanlan, seen here during an earlier game in the semifinal series, had a five-goal, nine-point game on Sunday, Aug. 14, that saw Langley Thunder down Victoria Shamrocks 15-10 and win a berth to the WLA championship series. (Gary Ahuja, Langley Events Centre)
WLA Langley Thunder lost game three by a 10-3 score on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Langley Events Centre. The Thunder still lead the best-of-seven Western Lacrosse Association semi-final series 2-1 with game four set for Thursday at Victoria’s Q Centre. (Langley Events Centre)

Langley WLA Thunder fall to Shamrocks

Victoria staves off elimination

  • Aug 10, 2022
WLA Langley Thunder lost game three by a 10-3 score on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Langley Events Centre. The Thunder still lead the best-of-seven Western Lacrosse Association semi-final series 2-1 with game four set for Thursday at Victoria’s Q Centre. (Langley Events Centre)
Dane Dobbie, Curtis Dickson and Robert Church each had three or more goals as the Team Canada alum combined for 10 goals and 22 points in the Langley Thunder’s 15-9 victory in game one of the WLA semi-final series at Langley Events Centre on Saturday, Aug. 6. (Gary Ahuja/Langley Events Centre)

VIDEO: Langley Thunder take game one of WLA semifinal

Team ‘blessed with excellent players,’ coach says

  • Aug 7, 2022
Dane Dobbie, Curtis Dickson and Robert Church each had three or more goals as the Team Canada alum combined for 10 goals and 22 points in the Langley Thunder’s 15-9 victory in game one of the WLA semi-final series at Langley Events Centre on Saturday, Aug. 6. (Gary Ahuja/Langley Events Centre)
In Western Lacrosse Association action Wednesday night, Langley Thunder snapped skid, defeating Burnaby 8-6. (Gary Ahuja,Langley Events Centre/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley defensive team given kudos for 8-6 victory over Burnaby

Thunder back at Langley Events Centre on Wednesday for a some lacrosse rivalry with Burrards

  • Jul 3, 2022
In Western Lacrosse Association action Wednesday night, Langley Thunder snapped skid, defeating Burnaby 8-6. (Gary Ahuja,Langley Events Centre/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Fourteen members of the Langley Thunder were selected to take part in the WLA Xtreme Future Stars Event on August 7 at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex in Coquitlam. Front row (L to R): Harrison Smith, Quinn McKitrick, Keegan Bell, Jordan Roberts, Aidan Ellis, Cal Slade, Aaron Skye, Thomas Vaesen, Jordan Trottier and Erik Maas; Back row (L to R): Matt Brunsch, Gordon Bowden, Caleb Pearson and Nathaniel Kozevnikov. (Langley Thunder photo/special to Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Strong showing for Langley Thunder at WLA future stars event

Fourteen members of the Thunder made up the majority of Team White

Fourteen members of the Langley Thunder were selected to take part in the WLA Xtreme Future Stars Event on August 7 at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex in Coquitlam. Front row (L to R): Harrison Smith, Quinn McKitrick, Keegan Bell, Jordan Roberts, Aidan Ellis, Cal Slade, Aaron Skye, Thomas Vaesen, Jordan Trottier and Erik Maas; Back row (L to R): Matt Brunsch, Gordon Bowden, Caleb Pearson and Nathaniel Kozevnikov. (Langley Thunder photo/special to Langley Advance Times)
Cancellation of the 2021 WLA season was bad news for players like Langley’s Cal Slade, seen here playing for the Langley Junior Thunder organization, who was just drafted by the Senior A team earlier this year. (Garrett James Langley Events Centre photo)
Cancellation of the 2021 WLA season was bad news for players like Langley’s Cal Slade, seen here playing for the Langley Junior Thunder organization, who was just drafted by the Senior A team earlier this year. (Garrett James Langley Events Centre photo)
Coquitlam Adanacs’ Jalen Chaster competed at the 2019 Minto Cup Championships at Langley Events Centre. Chaster was one of the 63 players selected in the 2021 WLA Graduating Player Junior Draft on February 11. (Garrett James, Langley Events Centre/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Teams from Langley to New West pick up new lacrosse talent

WLA draft held for what’s likely to be an unsual season

  • Feb 13, 2021
Coquitlam Adanacs’ Jalen Chaster competed at the 2019 Minto Cup Championships at Langley Events Centre. Chaster was one of the 63 players selected in the 2021 WLA Graduating Player Junior Draft on February 11. (Garrett James, Langley Events Centre/Special to the Langley Advance Times)