Can-Am Senior B Lacrosse League

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Can-Am Senior B Lacrosse League
Can-Am Senior B Lacrosse League (logo).png
Can-Am Lacrosse League
Sport Box lacrosse
Founded 1978
No. of teams 9
Country  United States
Most recent
Native Sons (2016)
Official website

The Can-Am Senior B Lacrosse League is a Senior-level Canadian and American box lacrosse league. The teams are located in the Southwestern Ontario and Upstate New York regions. Sanctioned by the First Nations Lacrosse Association, the champions of the Can-Am league compete for the Presidents Cup, the Canadian National Senior B championship. Can-Am teams have won the Presidents' Cup five times.


Formed in 1969 as the North American Lacrosse Association, the league reformed after eight seasons. Renamed Can-Am in 1978.


Team City
Allegany Arrows Salamanca, New York
Buffalo Creek Thunder Buffalo, New York
Native Sons Irving, New York
Newtown Golden Eagles Irving, New York
Onondaga Redhawks Nedrow, New York
Pinewoods Smoke Irving, New York
Rochester River Monsters Rochester, New York
Six Nations Slash Ohsweken, Ontario
Tonawanda Braves Tonawanda, New York
Tuscarora Tomahawks Tuscarora, New York


Season League Champion Presidents Cup result
1990 Newtown Golden Eagles
1991 Newtown Golden Eagles
1992 Newtown Golden Eagles
1993 Tuscarora Hawks
1994 Tuscarora Hawks Gold
1995 Hagersville Tigers
1996 Ohsweken Wolves Gold
1997 Ohsweken Wolves
1998 Newtown Golden Eagles Wolves: Silver; Hawks (host): Bronze
1999 Newtown Golden Eagles Bronze
2000 Newtown Golden Eagles Gold
2001 Newtown Golden Eagles
2002 Newtown Golden Eagles
2003 Newtown Golden Eagles
2004 Newtown Golden Eagles
2005 Onondaga Redhawks
2006 Onondaga Redhawks
2007 Six Nations Sting
2008 Six Nations Sting
2009 Niagara Hawks
2010 Onondaga Redhawks Gold
2011 Newtown Golden Eagles
2012 Onondaga Redhawks
2013 Onondaga Redhawks[1]
2014 Onondaga Redhawks[2] Gold
2015 Onondaga Redhawks
2016 Native Sons

Former member teams[edit]

  • Buffalo-Ft.Erie Braves
  • Fort Erie Hawks (2001)
  • Hagersville Tigers
  • Hagersville Warriors
  • Mohawk Storm (2003-05)
  • Niagara Hawks (2002-12)
  • Ohsweken Wolves
  • Oneida Silverhawks (2001)
  • Oswego Hawks (2000-01)
  • Rochester Greywolves (2008-13)
  • Six Nations Braves (2003)
  • Six Nations Mohawk Stars (2001)
  • Six Nations Sting (2006-09)
  • Steamburg/Coldspring Hellbenders (2007-08)


  1. ^ "Redhawks 2013 Can-Am Champions". Can-Am Lacrosse League. 11 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Onondaga Redhawks win Can-Am Championship". 10 August 2014. 

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