New York Lizards
The first step for Rabil is to show the Cannons that they made a big mistake by trading him away.
“I think that every day I step onto the field, it’s for him,” New York defenseman Kyle Hartzell says. “I play for him. I let it be known that my dad was a big part of my life.”
In a blockbuster trade last week, the New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse acquired Rabil from the Boston Cannons, and he’s bringing his game and his brand to the lacrosse hotbed of Long Island.
They’ve already clinched a berth in the Major League Lacrosse playoffs, but the New York Lizards still have a chance to host a postseason game if things go their way on Saturday.
Nicknames can be born in many different ways. In the case of New York Lizards star Greg Gurenlian, it was hatched as a joke.
Andrew Murstein was a big sports fan growing up on Long Island, but he wanted to be more than just a cheering spectator.
Earlier this week, the New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse claimed goalie Devon Wills from the league’s player pool.