All A1/A2 team try outs will be held on the indoor turf at 8 Rinks -6501 Sprott Street, Burnaby.
All players wishing to try out for the A1/A2 level teams must be registered with BMLC and pay the $25 try out fee during registration.
If you cannot attend a session please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Novice A1 Coaching Staff
Jordan Hara, Jordan Lashar & Nicolas Petrollini
(Former Laker Intermediate/Junior Players)
|Novice||Sat Feb 18||4:30-6:00 pm|
|Novice||Sun Feb 26||4:00-5:00 pm|
|Novice||Sat Mar 4||3:00-4:00 pm|
|Novice||Sun Mar 5||3:00-4:30 pm|
Pee Wee A1 Coaching Staff
Diana Launt & Sheldon Evers
(coached the 2016 Pee Wee A1 team)
|Pee Wee||Sun Feb 19||4:30-6:00 pm|
|Pee Wee||Sun Feb 26||5:00-6:00 pm|
|Pee Wee||Sat Mar 4||4:00-5:00 pm|
|Pee Wee||Sun Mar 5||4:30-6:00 pm|
Bantam A Coaching Staff
Rusty Wills & Randy Jones
(coached the 2016 Provincial Gold winning Bantam A2 team)
|Bantam||Sunday Feb 19||3:00-4:30 pm|
|Bantam||Monday Feb 20||5:30-6:30 pm|
|Bantam||Sunday Feb 26||3:00-4:00 pm|
|Bantam||Monday Feb 27||5:30-6:30 pm|
Midget A Coaching Staff
Russ Heard & Tyler Kirkby
(coached the 2016 Provincial Gold winning Midget A2 team)
|Midget||Monday Feb 13||5:30-6:30 pm|
|Midget||Saturday Feb 18||3:00-4:30 pm|
We need your help! We want the BC Lacrosse Association to have the most people pledge to support the Province of BC's Erase Bullying in Sport campaign!
Please visit this website www.viasport.ca/erasebullying and "TAKE THE PLEDGE", and ask your family, friends, members, etc. - whoever you know - to take the pledge along with you! It takes less than a minute to do.
The #ERASEbullying in Sport campaign officially launched today and will run for the month leading up to Pink Shirt Day on February 22, 2017.
Here's what the Pledge says:
We, the Province of British Columbia and B.C. sport leaders, believe that: Sport can provide British Columbians of all ages, abilities and backgrounds with life-long opportunities to enjoy physical, social and emotional health benefits.
A sport environment that is positive, respectful, engaging and accessible for all participants encourages individuals to join and stay in sport throughout their lives. Conversely, a sport environment in which participants are exposed to negative experiences, such as bullying, can be harmful and cause individuals to quit sport.
Bullying is unwelcome or aggressive behaviour that involves a real or perceived power imbalance and can take many forms including physical, verbal, emotional or other types of intimidating or humiliating behaviours. The behaviour is often repeated and can occur on or away from the playing field, court or arena. Children, youth and adults can all be vulnerable to experiences of bullying.
We will: Through the signing of this document, demonstrate our commitment to fostering a positive sport environment with mechanisms in place to effectively prevent and address bullying in sport.
Declaration of Commitment: We call on all those involved in sport - participants, athletes, coaches, parents, caregivers, officials, organizations, partners, volunteers and others - to join us in this commitment and help ensure a safe, welcoming and positive sport culture and environment for all British Columbians of every background, gender, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, age, ability and aspiration.
Thanks to all the families in our club - you make this happen: YCS delivered 600 pairs of socks to the homeless in Vancouver on Friday due to Burnaby Lakers order of 600 pairs of custom socks for their Lacrosse Club. 300 pairs went to Directions Youth Services and 300 pairs went to the Union Gospel Mission in Vancouver. Thanks Burnaby Lakers for your custom order and for giving back to your community! When we work together, we can do great things! @Burnabylakers @Directions_FSGV @ugm #buyonegiveone #customsocks #yourcitysports
Click on the link above, or see under "Events" then "Fun Lacrosse" for more information on how to sign up!
Online registration for returning players is open and rates increase January 21, 2017 so register early!
Please see the above flyer for full registration information including all in person dates beginning January 2017, fees, and other important information.
First In Person Registration - Saturday January 21, 2017 (1 to 4 pm) in the Lakeview Room at Copeland Arena (remember your child's care card, birth certificate and proof of residency in Burnaby!).
New Players receive a stick and ball once registration is completed in person.
There is still time to buy season group and game tickets!
For ticket prices, please click https://gallery.mailchimp.com/bc85374b914ac4ec45742d036/files/2017_Vancouver_Stealth_Tickets_and_Prices.pdf.
For Stealth news, tickets and more, please check out www.StealthLAX.com
VANCOUVER STEALTH HOME GAME SCHEDULE
Sat Feb 25/17 – 7:00 PM - vs. Rochester Knighthawks
Sat Mar 4/17 – 8:00 PM – vs. Saskatchewan Rush
Fri Mar 17/17 – 7:30 PM – vs. Buffalo Bandits
Fri Mar 31/17 – 7:30 PM – vs. Toronto Rock
Sat Apr 15/17 – 7:00 PM – vs. Calgary Roughnecks
Sat Apr 22/17 – 7:00 PM – vs. Colorado Mammoth
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