2010 National Lacrosse League


The 2010 season was the National Lacrosse League's 24th, and 11 teams competed in the league that year. The Washington Stealth won the 2010 NLL championship.

2010 National Lacrosse League Standings
2010 National Lacrosse League League Leaders

Boston Blazers (8-8) - Roster | Statistics
Buffalo Bandits (8-8) - Roster | Statistics
Calgary Roughnecks (10-6) - Roster | Statistics
Colorado Mammoth (4-12) - Roster | Statistics
Edmonton Rush (10-6) - Roster | Statistics
Minnesota Swarm (5-11) - Roster | Statistics
Orlando Titans (11-5) - Roster | Statistics
Philadelphia Wings (5-11) - Roster | Statistics
Rochester Knighthawks (7-9) - Roster | Statistics
Toronto Rock (9-7) - Roster | Statistics
Washington Stealth (11-5) - Roster | Statistics


Marker indicates city location, not venue address.


2010 Award Winners


Casey Powell - Most Valuable Player
Matt Vinc - Goaltender of the Year
Sandy Chapman - Defensive Player of the Year
Brodie Merrill - Transition Player of the Year
Stephen Leblanc - Rookie of the Year
Shawn Williams - Sportsmanship Award
David Takata (Washington Stealth) - Executive of the Year
Derek Keenan - GM of the Year
Paul Tutka () - Tom Borrelli Award

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