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Boston Cannons Bolster Team for 2018 with New Additions On and Off the Field as the Organization Sets Sights on a Championship Season

New Vice President of Operations and key Player Movement signing headline a busy offseason of impact moves for the Cannons heading into next season

Boston Cannons Announce 23-Man Protected Roster for 2018

Highlighted by the recent signing of All-Star Kyle Denhoff from the MLL Player Movement

Cannons Sign All-Star Kyle Denhoff from the MLL Player Movement

Denhoff is coming off a 15-point season with eleven goals, one two-pointer, and three assists

Cannons Re-Sign Multiple Key Players For 2018

Turri and Emala join Nardella, Fiorito and Belisle signed on for 2018

Thank You Fans!

A video from our players. . .

Team Update

The Boston Cannons announced a change in the front office management.

Boston Cannons Foundation Raises More Than $80,000 to Benefit Boston Children’s Hospital

“Cannons Fighting Cancer” mobilized the lacrosse community to recognize inspirational individuals and raise funds for organizations instrumental in the fight against cancer

2017 Team Awards

Presented by: Kyocera Document Solutions New England

Boston Cannons Top-10 Highlights of 2017

Boston Cannons Top-10 Highlights of 2017

Boston Cannons 2017 Season Recap

“Overall, we certainly don’t feel like our record is a reflection of the type of team we can be.”

Cannons Full Contact TV Episodes

Season two of the Cannon’s magazine show premiered on April 22, 2017 following the team through the Major League Lacrosse season and giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Cannons. Take a look at all 8 episodes aired on Comcast SportsNet here!

Kylor Bellistri Nominated for 2017 Maverik Most Improved Player of the Year

The second-year pro from Brown finished the year as Boston’s leader in points with 25 goals, 14 assists and 39 points.

Captain & Coach: Justin Turri Joins Harvard Lacrosse Coaching Staff

The Cannons midfielder recently accepted a position with the Harvard University men’s lacrosse team, where he’ll join Cannons teammate Joe Nardella

High School Heroes Presented by Plymouth Rock Assurance: Noah Froio

The final Boston Cannons High School Hero Award of 2017 is going to Noah Froio of Cohasset.

Cannons Fall to Atlanta to Conclude 2017 Season

The Boston Cannons began Saturday’s game against the Atlanta Blaze with an early 4-0 lead. However, the Blaze were able to use two 2-point goals in the third quarter to even the score, and eventually took the lead in the fourth quarter.


The Boston Cannons are set to wrap up the 2017 season on Saturday when they host the Atlanta Blaze at Harvard Stadium.

High School Heroes Presented by Plymouth Rock Assurance: Lincoln-Sudbury Seniors

The Cannons awarded five Lincoln-Sudbury seniors with the High School Hero Award presented by Plymouth Rock Assurance.

Cannons Epic Comeback Falls Just Short

After being down 16-6 in the third quarter, the Boston Cannons sparked an eleven-goal run to take the lead against the Florida Launch. However, the run fell just short as the Cannons lost the game 18-17 on Saturday.


The Boston Cannons will return home to take on the Florida Launch on Saturday, July 29 after playing the last three games on the road.

Cannons Can't Come Back, Fall to Charlotte 16-12

Despite being within reach of Charlotte during the first two quarters, the Hounds were able to use a strong second half to shut down the Cannons, 16-12.