Last weekend, the Toronto Shooting Stars made their Canadian Lacrosse League (CLax) debut in front of 500 cheering fans at the MAC – the first time lacrosse had been played in the building formerly known as Maple Leaf Gardens in 13 years.

“Last time I was here, I was eight years old,” said Shooting Star Aaron Grayson. “It’s pretty exciting to play here.”

CLax, entering its second season of league play, is a semi-professional indoor lacrosse league designed for players that don’t quite make the top league in North America, the National Lacrosse League (NLL).

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