TLL introduces the Tri-City Havoc as its third team

Today, the Tewaaraton Lacrosse League (TLL) is extremely excited to announce its third founding member to its Major Junior lacrosse league, the Tri City Havoc Lacrosse Club.

The Tri City Havoc, is owned by Jeff Snyder, and will represent the lacrosse-rich area of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, and surrounding areas.

“We are definitely excited about the new league and the chance to be part of what we are sure will be a great thing for the Ontario lacrosse market right from the first game,” Snyder said. “The Tewaaraton Lacrosse League (TLL) is a great chance for us to showcase the strongest lacrosse talent from across the province, while honouring the history and many traditions of the great game of lacrosse. Every once in a while, each sport needs a little shot in the arm to reinvent parts of itself to continue being the best version of themself. The TLL is exactly that.”

Snyder also said it is an honour to be the third team and founding member of this Major Junior lacrosse league.

“We share a common vision on how to promote and grow the sport, while helping to continue the development of the players on and off the floor,” Snyder said. “The TLL is ready to provide that next step for our players, the highest caliber competition, and the best development opportunities. We couldn’t be more excited about the formation of the TLL, and know it will be a tremendous success.”

The new lacrosse team will draw on its rich surrounding lacrosse pipelines for its players. Geographically they are blessed with plenty of grass-roots lacrosse, from Cambridge, to Kitchener-Waterloo, to Guelph, and beyond.

“This combined area has been producing strong lacrosse talent and even better people for decades,” Snyder said. “Our goal is to maximize the depth of lacrosse experience across these centres, to grow the game’s presence and profile, as well as ensuring we become a strong member of the community.  Through working closely together, we believe that all of our local lacrosse groups can thrive while making our new entry into the TLL a success.”

Still in the beginning stages, Snyder said they are assembling the building blocks of the organization, and are always looking for others to help in the cause. If you are interested in being involved with the Tri City Havoc, contact Snyder at The team’s website is They are also on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @TriCityHavoc.

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