Prairie Gold Lacrosse League
|No. of teams||5 (Junior)
|Junior: Regina Rifles
Senior: Saskatoon Brewers
A formal Senior division was launched in 2005, presently with four member teams.
2016 Senior league champion Saskatoon Brewers became the first-ever PGLL team to compete in a Canadian Lacrosse Association national tournament. Brewers traveled to Leduc, Alberta to compete at Presidents Cup.
|Moose Jaw Mustangs||2016|
|Prince Albert Predators||2003|
Former Junior teams
- Assinboia Attack (2001-2011)
- Big River Bulldogs (2001-2003)
- Big River Extreme (2003-2006)
- Estevan Big Dogs (2013)
- Moose Jaw Mustangs (2002-2013)
- Regina Jr. Heat (2001-2006)
- Saskatoon Smash (2001-2014)
- Saskatoon Steelers (2005-2014)
- Swift Current Rampage (2003-2009)
- Yorkton Bulldogs (2003-2014)
|Moose Jaw Chiefs||2014|
Former Senior teams
- Assiniboia Sr. Attack (2011)
- Saskatoon Minotaurs (2012)
|Season||Junior champion||Junior runner-up||Senior champion||Senior runner-up|
|2001||Saskatoon Smash||no playoffs||---||---|
|2002||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Saskatoon Smash||---||---|
|2003||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Saskatoon Smash||---||---|
|2004||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Yorkton Bulldogs||---||---|
|2005||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Saskatoon Smash||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2006||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Saskatoon Smash||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2007||Moose Jaw Mustangs||Saskatoon Steelers||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2008||Saskatoon Smash||Prince Albert Predators||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2009||Saskatoon Steelers||Regina Riot||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2010||Saskatoon Smash||Prince Albert Predators||Regina Heat||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2011||Prince Albert Predators||Saskatoon Smash||Saskatoon Brewers||Regina Heat|
|2012||Regina Riot||Regina Rifles||Saskatoon Brewers||Regina Heat|
|2013||Regina Rifles||Saskatoon Smash||Regina Heat||Estevan Impact|
|2014||Saskatoon Smash||Regina Rifles||Saskatoon Brewers||Moose Jaw Chiefs|
|2015||Saskatoon SWAT||Regina Rifles||Moose Jaw Chiefs||Saskatoon Brewers|
|2016||Regina Rifles||Regina Riot||Saskatoon Brewers||Moose Jaw Chiefs|
|Most Wins (season)||Moose Jaw Mustangs||14-0||2004|
|Most Goals (season)||Moose Jaw Mustangs||239||2005 (16 games)|
|Longest Win-streak||Moose Jaw Mustangs||30||May 2003-August 2004|
|Longest Unbeaten-streak||Moose Jaw Mustangs||40||June 2002-August 2004|
|Most Points (career)||Ken Stewart, Moose Jaw Mustangs||285||2002-05|
|Most Points (season)||Justin Keller, Yorkton Bulldogs||95||2003|
|Most Points (game)||Chris Lesanko, Yorkton Bulldogs||22|
|Most Goals (career)||Ken Stewart, Moose Jaw Mustangs||150||2002-05|
|Most Goals (season)||Justin Keller, Yorkton Bulldogs||53||2003|
|Most Goals (game)||Justin Keller, Yorkton Bulldogs||17|
|Most Assists (career)||Ken Stewart, Moose Jaw Mustangs||135||2002-05|
|Most Assists (season)||Chris Lesanko, Yorkton Bulldogs||63|
|Most Assists (game)||Chris Lesanko, Yorkton Bulldogs||18|
The Saskatchewan Major Box Lacrosse League was formed in May 2001 with the Assiniboia Attack, Big River Bulldogs, Regina Heat and Saskatoon Smash. The Saskatoon Smash took the first year's regular season league title by going undefeated. No playoffs were held.
The league added the Moose Jaw Mustangs team and the Mustangs did not disappoint, not losing a game all year to capture the first-ever official PGLL Provincial title by defeating the Saskatoon Smash in the final. Ken Stewart was named 2002 Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association Player of the Year.
The 2003 season was a huge success with the final game summarizing just how exciting this league is and will become even more so in the future as the developing teams become more competitive. The Moose Jaw Mustangs once again captured the league championship with a thrilling overtime victory over the Saskatoon Smash. The season saw large growth in the number of teams with the Prince Albert Predators, Swift Current Rampage, Yorkton Bulldogs and the first senior team, Regina Heat, entering the league.
The Saskatchewan Major Box Lacrosse League changed the name of the league to the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League at the AGM held on December 15, 2003.
The 2004 season was another great season for the PGLL, including the first season of tiered Junior lacrosse. The Tier 1 title was once again won by the Moose Jaw Mustangs, although the team did lose its first ever game in the league. Moose Jaw dropped a game to the Yorkton Bulldogs in the best-of three final series. The Tier 2 title was also won by Moose Jaw Mustangs II, showing this program has a strong contingent of players ready to keep the Mustangs near the top of the PGLL for years to come.
2005 was a history-making season with Saskatoon hosting the Founders Cup for the first time in Saskatchewan's history. The Moose Jaw Mustangs kept their Tier 1 championship streak alive, defeating the Saskatoon Smash in the final series. The Tier 2 championship was won by the Saskatoon Steelers.
The Regina Heat captured the first-ever PGLL Senior title with a win over the expansion Saskatoon Brewers.
The Moose Jaw Mustangs won their fifth-straight championship, defeating the Saskatoon Smash in the final series. The Tier 2 championship was won once again by the Saskatoon Steelers, showing the upcoming depth of the Saskatoon program.
Regina Heat captured their second consecutive Senior title with a win over the Saskatoon Brewers.
Saskatoon Smash finished the regular season first and went undefeated in the playoffs to win the Tier 1 Junior championship. Yorkton Bulldogs had a slow start to the season, but finished it off with their first Tier 2 Junior championship. Other teams with successful seasons were the Regina Riot, Saskatoon Steelers and the Prince Albert Predators.
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