The Men's Proffesional Lacrosse League, otherwise known as the MPLL is a non-for-profit, men's proffesional lacrosse league, members of the Canadian Hockey Association. The league has been called the standard for lacrosse many times over, and was founded in 1989, with the league's first champion being the Edmonton Longstreak. The league is broken up into two conferences, the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference. Their are eight teams in the Eastern Conference and nine in the Western Conference with four of those franchises advancing to the playoffs. The championship game of the MPLL is known as the PowerPlay Game. The current PowerPlay Game are the Oregon Cobras.


Franchises as of February 22, 2014

Eastern Conference

Western Conference