The Toronto Tomahawks were a team in the original National Lacrosse League. The Tomahawks played their home games at Maple Leaf Gardens during the league's first season in 1974 and compiled a 17-23 record. This placed them fifth out of six teams in the NLL and out of the playoffs. Following the completion of the season, the Tomahawks were sold and received league approval to move the team to Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York. However, ultimately it was decided to relocate the team to Boston to become the Boston Bolts for the start of the 1975 NLL season, with the Rochester Griffins becoming the Long Island Tomahawks.
- Morrissey, Bob (May 15, 1974). "Ailing Quebecois ready for opener tonight". Montreal Gazette. p. 44.
- "Tomahawks leave town for the U.S.". Toronto Star. 1974-09-12.
- "Hawks quit Toronto, move to Long Island". Globe and Mail. 1974-09-12.
- "NLL seeking deal for U.S. TV show". Globe and Mail. 1974-10-19.
- "New lacrosse job for Jim Bishop". Toronto Star. 1974-12-05.
- Carter, Dave (April 30, 1975). "Tomahawks poised for debut at home". Montreal Gazette. p. 28.
- "Sports roundup". Globe and Mail. 1975-01-09.
- White, Peter (1975-04-30). "Reorganization of professional lacrosse benefits Ontario league". Globe and Mail.
- Eskenazi, Gerald (1975-01-16). "A New Game for L.I. Coliseum: New Game In Coliseum Is Lacrosse". New York Times.
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