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#33 John LaFontaine

John LaFontaine

Nickname: Laf
Position: Transition
Shoots: Right
Height: 6’1”  
Weight: 210 lbs.          
Born: May 15, 1990
Hometown: Whitby, ON
Years played in the NLL: 5
Previous NLL teams: Edmonton Rush
Occupation: Sales 
College/University: York University
Hobbies: Basketball
Twitter: @JLaFontaine33

LAX FACTS

Pre-game ritual: Nap and listen to music. 
Pre-game meal: Chicken Penne 
Favourite place on Earth: Anywhere Kyle Rubisch is...
Favourite lacrosse memory: Winning the Minto Cup! 
Favourite karaoke song: Livin' On A Prayer- Bon Jovi 
Can't live without: My iPhone 
Biggest on-field rival: Calgary Roughnecks 
Worst injury: Broken Jaw
Hidden talent: 3 point shot.
Best advice: YOLO
Biggest pet peeve: Loud chewing.
Idol: Scottie Pippen 

stats

How Acquired: Selected in the third round (28th overall) in the 2010 NLL Entry Draft.

2014 Season Highlights:

*Picked up two assists in the Rush’s 13-10 win over Colorado

*Scored first goal of the season to round out the Rush’s 15-8 win against Colorado

*Collected three loose balls plus one forced turnover in the Rush’s 10-9 win against Vancouver

*Racked up two assists and two loose balls in the Rush’s 15-7 victory in Calgary

*Collected two loose balls and two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 14-5 win over Buffalo

*Scored third-quarter goal plus one loose ball in the Rush’s 15-11 win in Calgary

*Notched three loose balls and season-high three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 12-11 win over Colorado

*Grabbed season-high four loose balls to go with two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 15-11 victory in Calgary

*Picked up one assist plus four loose balls and one forced turnover in the Rush’s 10-5 win over Vancouver

*Racked up four loose balls and two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 12-11 loss against Calgary in Game 1 of the West Division Final

*Totaled one goal, one assist, one loose ball and one forced turnover in the Rush’s 15-13 win over Calgary in Game 2 of the West Division Final

Career Highlights: Spent summer season with Brooklin (MSL) and collected 18 points in 13 regular-season games.