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Pee Wee A2 team won division at Calgary tournament-Canada Day tournament!

The team won Gold over Vancouver Jr. Stealth 9-6. A physical game by the Kodiaks, who wore down the Stealth. While the Stealth made it interesting, by the 3rd , Kelowna was definitely the hungrier team and earned the win. This PeeWee team will be strong in coming years. Good stick skills. Physical team, showing good movement.

Coach Clint was at the game and kindly passed along awesome video highlights for those interested in seeing some talented Pee Wee A2 Players bring home the gold!

Click here to see the video!

New to Box Lacrosse?

Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Aug 6, 2014 10:22PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Are you new to Box Lacrosse? Want to learn more about the game?

Kelowna Minor Lacrosse is holding two FREE learn to play sessions. Everyone is welcome, so bring your friends! Come by the Capital News Center (CNC) Wednesday January 25th and Wednesday Febuary 22. Helmets, Gloves and a stick is all you need. Hope to see you on the floor!

Check out the link below for a quick video explaining how the game is played.

Box Lacrosse 101


Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Aug 6, 2014 10:07PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Box Lacrosse season is just around the corner!
Here are a couple videos to get you PUMPED UP!

U12 Field Lacrosse Team Silver

Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Feb 26, 2014 10:39PM PST

KMLA’s U12 Field Lacrosse Team Silver this past week-end in Tier 2 Provincials in Burnaby!

Congratulations Kodiak’s!

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Ever Wonder ????

Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Feb 23, 2014 9:30PM PST

You see a great play during a hockey game and say …. man, that was trick, how did he do that?

Well, here’s something interesting you might not know!

2014 Olympic Men’s Hockey Team

The no look shot Drew Doughty scored as Canada’s first goal had us wondering whether Drew Doughty ever played lacrosse. A right handed shot defensemen scoring with no look shot from the left side of the ice. That can’t be a coincidence.

Sure enough, Drew played minor lacrosse in London, Ontario. So, we have David Bolland (a former Mimico lacrosse star) scoring a Stanley Cup winning goal and Drew Doughty scoring the only goals for Team Canada in a big game against the Finns. Both were lacrosse players.

Perhaps the brain trust at Hockey Canada should start promoting box lacrosse instead of hockey 365 days per year.