29414 registered lacrosse players in Canada as of 2008.
The pylons in lacrosse is the "box". The box is where you substitute players going on and off the field.
Yes, if you get four men sent to the penalty box then you have to forfeit the game.
12 just like hockey 2 goalies and 10 other peoples
For Box lacrosse it depends on the level or skill of the players. Typically it's either 4 Quarters of 15 mins of lacrosse, or 3 periods of 20 min lacrosse
Box lacrosse and regular lacrosse
Box lacrosse is where it is inside an arena or building, a bit different from field lacrosse which is played outside.
http://goshorterhawks.com/sports/m-lacros/2010-11/bios/rodgers And there are a lot of Box Lacrosse players who are 6-9/6-11
As many as you like, but in box lacrosse you have 30 seconds to score or shoot on the next before the ball possesion is turned to the other team.
Midfielders, especially the box-to-box type of players like Yaya Toure.
Field Lacrosse they are usually the same as players gloves Box Lacrosse, definitely different and more reinforced. You can use hockey gloves because they tend to have reinforced thumbs and wrists
2008 lacrosse glove box
Heritage Cup - box lacrosse - was created in 2002.
yes but the game is called box lacrosse
indoor lacrosse is called box lacrosse. it is played mainly in canada. In box there are also different rules about your stick, gear, and general gameplay.
No, the players can stay in the box but the ball can't touch them until it has touched a player on either team. If they do it is a redo.
If all players are penalty box in hockey they would have to defeat. This would mean they would lose.
Field lacrosse is 6x6 and an indoor or 'box' next is 4x4.
Yes, the NLL is an indoor box league.
lacrosse and hockey
Its where you stand in a lacrosse field
Body Check, Stick Check. Playing without a stick is also allowed in Box Lacrosse but not in field lacrosse. Cross checking is legal in Box, but not from behind. Poke checking is illegal.
Ice hockey, basketball, and football. Specifically box lacrosse.
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well if your talking about the most popular form of lacrosse (field lacrosse, like the one in college) then you can technically hold the ball as long as you want to, If you are playing Box Lacrosse however, you have 30 seconds to take a shot (it resets after each shot) or you and your team will lose possesion of the ball.