2003 National Lacrosse League

The 2003 season was the National Lacrosse League's 17th, and 12 teams competed in the league that year. The Toronto Rock won the 2003 NLL championship.

2003 National Lacrosse League Standings
2003 National Lacrosse League League Leaders

Albany Attack (8-8) - Roster | Statistics
Buffalo Bandits (12-4) - Roster | Statistics
Calgary Roughnecks (9-7) - Roster | Statistics
Colorado Mammoth (9-7) - Roster | Statistics
Columbus Landsharks (8-8) - Roster | Statistics
New Jersey Storm (3-13) - Roster | Statistics
New York Saints (3-13) - Roster | Statistics
Ottawa Rebel (4-12) - Roster | Statistics
Philadelphia Wings (8-8) - Roster | Statistics
Rochester Knighthawks (12-4) - Roster | Statistics
Toronto Rock (11-5) - Roster | Statistics
Vancouver Ravens (9-7) - Roster | Statistics

Marker indicates city location, not venue address.

2003 Award Winners

Gary Gait - Most Valuable Player
Pat O'Toole - Goaltender of the Year
Jim Moss - Defensive Player of the Year
Brian Langtry - Rookie of the Year
Chris Driscoll - Sportsmanship Award
Bob Watson - Championship Game Most Valuable Player
Brad Banister (Calgary) - Executive of the Year
Kurt Silcott - GM of the Year



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