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Cannons in the News - New England Lacrosse Journal

March 18, 2016
POSKAY WAS SIMPLY THE BEST IN 2010
by Scott Souza
 
(New England Lacrosse Journal -- September, 2010 Issue)
Matt Poskay felt them all around him entering this season.

The question marks. The ones about his health after a battle with testicular cancer last year that cost him half the season and drained him of his explosiveness and endurance the other half. The ones about whether he could make the switch from midfield to attack full-time for the Boston Cannons for the first time since he set the high school goal-scoring record a decade earlier.

Those around Poskay may not have posed those questions. His teammates and coaches understood what Poskay endured last year and why his play never made it to 2008 Team MVP levels, even after a stunning midseason return. They had confidence that his off-the-ball talents and deadly shooting ability would translate wonderfully to the attack on a team that lost five of its top six scoring attackmen from last year...

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