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John Grant Jr.

Won a gold medal as an assistant coach of Team Canada for the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in July…led the National Lacrosse League in 2014 with 15 power-play goals…fourth in the NLL in 2014 in goals (40) and points (91), tied for seventh in assists (51)…scored the 100th career playoff point of his career in the West Division Semifinal against the Calgary Roughnecks in May, 2014…named team captain (1st time in his career) for the 2014 season on December 24, 2013…acquired by the Mammoth via trade from the Rochester Knighthawks on October 27, 2010…two-time National Lacrosse League Most Valuable Player (2007 and 2012), nine-time All-Star and nine-time All-Pro…surpassed Mammoth legend Gary Gait for third all-time in league history in career points in March 2013…led the Mammoth in goals (43), assists (48), and points (91) in 2013…15 power-play goals tied for the league lead…was named the NLL’s Offensive Player of the Week twice during the 2013 season…a second-team All-Pro in 2013, was the only player named to the teams to have earned the accolade five or more times…set the NLL single-season points record (116) in 2012 despite missing two games with a fractured sternum…a three-time NLL Player of the Month and four-time NLL Offensive Player of the Week in 2012…third on the NLL’s all-time list for goals scored (562), fifth in assists (622), and third in points (1184)…also fourth in league history in postseason goals scored (57) and sixth in points (98)…despite having played just three seasons in Colorado, is already fourth on the team’s all-time goal-scoring list (129) and third in assists (161)…enters the 2014 season as the league’s all-time leader in career points per game (6.37)…has scored 36 or more goals in 13 of 14 seasons in the NLL - only season not accomplishing feat (2004) was one in which he played five games…career-high 54 goals scored in 2006…won the NLL Champion’s Cup with Rochester in 2007…has won world championships while playing for Team Canada in international competition…widely regarded as having the best stick skills in the world…became an American citizen on September 30, 2013…selected first overall by the Knighthawks in the 1999 NLL Entry Draft…played college lacrosse at the University of Delaware, after transferring from SUNY-Morrisville.


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