The National Lacrosse League season was rescued when a new collective bargaining agreement between the league and the Professional Lacrosse Players Association was reached Thursday, October 25. The agreement will begin in 2008 and run through the 2014 season, which means the 2008 season will still be played although the start will most likely be delayed beyond the original December 26 start date. The players and the league seem happy about the decision and are eager to get back to giving their fans the fast-paced and high-intensity indoor lacrosse action they deserve. The new 2008 National Lacrosse League schedule should be announced sometime this week. Stay tuned for details.
Check out this video of last years 2007 NLL highlights: