National Lacrosse League season began on December 26, 1998 and concluded with the championship game on April 23, 1999. The Toronto Rock celebrated their first season in Toronto by winning the championship, defeating the Rochester Knighthawks 13-10 at Maple Leaf Gardens.
The playoffs featured the lowest score by a team in NLL history, when goaltender
Bob Watson and the Toronto Rock defeated the Philadelphia Wings 13-2.
Team movement [ edit ]
The only change of teams from the
1998 NLL season to 1999 was the movement of the Ontario Raiders from Hamilton down the QEW to Toronto to become the Toronto Rock.
Regular season [ edit ]
x–Clinched playoff berth; c–Clinched playoff berth by crossing over to another division; y–Clinched division; z–Clinched best regular season record; GP–Games Played
W–Wins; L–Losses GB– Games back; PCT–Win percentage; Home–Record at Home; Road–Record on the Road; GF–Goals scored; GA–Goals allowed
Differential–Difference between goals scored and allowed; GF/GP–Average number of goals scored per game; GA/GP–Average number of goals allowed per game
All Star Game [ edit ]
All-Star Game took place at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, where Team Canada defeated Team USA by a score of 25-24.
Playoffs [ edit ]
Weekly awards [ edit ]
Each week, a player is awarded "Player of the Week" honours.
Monthly awards [ edit ]
Awards are also given out monthly for the best overall player and best rookie.
Statistics leaders [ edit ]
Bold numbers indicate new single-season records. Italics indicate tied single-season records.
Goals Gary Gait
Assists Joe Hiltz
Points Gary Gait
Penalty Minutes Tony Millon
Shots on Goal Gary Gait
Loose Balls Jim Veltman
Save Pct Dallas Eliuk
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]