Canadian Lacrosse Almanac 2018 Edition

Click this link to view and download: CANADIAN LACROSSE ALMANAC 1867-2018

First compiled in 2002 as a 102-page softcover book with a print-run of 200 copies, the Canadian Lacrosse Almanac was inspired by Jim Hendy and his pioneering work The Hockey Guide which first hit the shelves in 1933 and remained in yearly production until 1951.

The almanac’s initial focus was primarily on the statistical history of British Columbia lacrosse leagues – namely, annual league standings along with post-season play. It was the first publication to research and examine the pre-1932 era in British Columbia which until that time had never been documented at a statistical level.

Over time, further research uncovered new data and new material was made available to the author. Cost and production issues made the author switch from a print format to releasing it in a PDF format – made available for free – when he completed a second edition in 2005.

With the current 2018 edition now at 647 pages (with 55 more pages of new content compared to the 2017 edition), the almanac has expanded to cover the rest of Canada as well as American NCAA collegiate, professional leagues, international competitions, and foreign domestic leagues where information is available.


2 thoughts on “Canadian Lacrosse Almanac 2018 Edition

  1. Christmas just came early! Thanks Dave! Any prospect of a ToC in the future? Really, really appreciate you doing this.

    1. I have actually been experimenting with an index and/or table of contents but haven’t been able to make one work in the master DOC file that doesn’t end up looking a mess or becomes time-consuming to update on an almost weekly basis at times.

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