The MLL has recently moved out of Toronto and Chicago and into Hamilton and Rochester. I love the return of the Rattlers, as the Machine never really worked out.
Toronto is a different story. South Ontario is one of the biggest lacrosse markets out there. The Rock of the NLL have thrived there for years. But then you see the Nationals, with the lowest attendance in the MLL outside of Chicago.
Is Hamilton the market they want to expand in? And does Toronto's move show you what the MLL is today? If you cannot thrive there, you cannot anywhere. Is this a sign of things to come in Major League Lacrosse?
But most of all, does moving around and financials affect the way teams are drafting now? What are your thoughts?