Paul Day

During an outstanding 6 Year Jr A career defensive specialist Paul Day Captained the 1989 Peterborough Maulers to a Minto Cup Championship and played on the Maulers Minto Cup teams in 1986 and 1987. Day was recognized as the Ontario lacrosse JR A associations Best Defenseman in 1988 and 1989. Day went on to win a MILL/NLL Championship with the Buffalo Bandits in 1992 before turning his talents to coaching and team building. Day coached the Rochester Knighthawks where he won 4 National Lacrosse league titles and was Named the NLL Coach of the year in 2004.

Day now with the Philadelphia Wings, was named the NLL Coach and General Manger of the year in 2020. Day was the Assistant General manger with Team Canada Box team in 2007 and Assistant coach in both 2011 and 2015 winning Gold at the world championships each time. Day is presently the General manager of the Peterborough Lakers winning the past 3 Mann Cups.

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