Hall named to national lacrosse hall
A Mississauga native who won a Minto Cup and Mann Cup in Peterborough in 1983 is among the 2018 Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductees.
Brian Hall will be inducted during a ceremony Oct. 27 in New Westminster, B.C. alongside players Bill Squire, Jason Wulder and Jim Lynch, veteran Jim Squires, builders Dan Mattinson and Edward Howe Jr., along with the 1996-2007 Junior A Burnaby Lakers.
Hall, 57, was picked up by the Peterborough junior A team from Mississauga midway through the 1982 season and won a Minto Cup in 1983 and a Mann Cup the same year as a pick-up on Peterborough’s Senior team.
Hall won a second Mann Cup in 1987 as a pick-up player with the Brooklin Redmen; a Presidents Cup with Owen Sound in 1990; a Nations Cup in 1991 with Guelph of the Canadian NLL Pro Series; and Nations Cups in 1992, 1993 and 1996 with the Buffalo Bandits of Major Indoor Lacrosse League.
Brian Hall captained the NLL’s Buffalo Bandits to the Nations Cup in 1995-96 after winning the Mann Cup and Minto Cup in Peterborough .