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{{color box#C4C6C5}} {{color box|#FFF}}| owner = Jamie Dawick| coach_label = Head coachWEBSITE=TORONTOROCK.COM, 2016-10-24, | gm = Jamie Dawick1999 NLL season>1999, 2000 NLL season, 2002 NLL season>2002, 2003 NLL season, 2005 NLL season>2005, 20112001 NLL season>2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2010 NLL season, 2011, 2015 NLL season>2015 The Sports Network>TSNTSN2TSN Radio 1050Toronto SunProfessional Lacrosse Players' Association>PLPA representative| blank_label1 = Formerly| blank_data1 = Ontario Raiders| blank_label2 = Laterweblink}}}}The Toronto Rock are a professional box lacrosse franchise based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the Eastern Division of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The team was the first Canadian franchise in the NLL. Oakville resident Jamie Dawick is the current owner of the Rock, purchasing the team after the 2009 season. Since 2014, Dawick has also served as their general manager. The Rock play their home games at the Scotiabank Arena which they currently share with both the Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL and the Toronto Raptors of the NBA.The franchise was founded in 1998 as the Ontario Raiders in Hamilton, Ontario. The Raiders played at Copps Coliseum before being sold to a group of investors led by then Toronto Maple Leafs Assistant GM Bill Watters, who relocated the franchise to Toronto, Ontario. They were subsequently renamed the "Toronto Rock", and began play at Maple Leaf Gardens in the 1999 season.WEB,weblink Watters' group brings lacrosse to the Gardens, September 15, 1998, The Outsider's Guide to the NLL, Fuller, Dave, 2009-01-20, The Toronto Rock won their 6th league championship on May 15, 2011. They hold a tie for the most championships in league history with the Philadelphia Wings.

History

The franchise was founded as an NLL expansion team in Hamilton, Ontario and began play in the 1998 season. They were known as the Ontario Raiders, and played their home games at Copps Coliseum. Former Buffalo Bandits coach Les Bartley was hired to coach the new team, and he lured former Bandit Jim Veltman to join him, becoming the Raiders' captain. The team finished a respectable 6-6 in their inaugural season, but missed the playoffs on a tie-breaker. Following the season, losses of $250,000 forced owner Chris Fritz to look for partners.NEWS, Raiders call it quits in Hamilton, 1998-08-20, Kernaghan, John, Hamilton Spectator, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment considered purchasing the team,NEWS, Hamilton's pro lacrosse is going, going..., 1998-07-07, Milton, Steve, Hamilton Spectator, NEWS, Three-way toss up for Ontario Raiders, 1998-07-14, Kernaghan, John, Hamilton Spectator, but ultimately a group which included Bill Watters, the then Assistant General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Paul Beeston, former president of the Toronto Blue Jays, Tie Domi, player for the Maple Leafs, and Bobby Orr, former NHL player, bought it for $250,000 and promptly relocated the team to Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens where they rebranded it the Toronto Rock.NEWS, Watters, Beeston, Domi, Orr bring pro lacrosse to town, 1998-12-04, Toronto Star, Brown, Josh, NEWS, Rock will test Toronto's taste for pro lacrosse, 1998-12-24, Stevens, Neil, Waterloo Region Record,

Championships/Dynasty era

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Fight against Calgary Roughnecks
In 1999, their first year in Toronto, the Rock won their first NLL Championship, defeating the Rochester Knighthawks 13-10 in Toronto. The next year, the Rock became the first team since the 1994-95 Wings to win back-to-back championships, once again defeating the Knighthawks. That game featured Kaleb Toth's dramatic game-winning goal with a second left on the clock, in the last-ever professional sporting event held at Maple Leaf Gardens.WEB,weblink Rock win title on last-second shot by Toth, May 6, 2000, Koreen, Mike, The Outsider's Guide to the NLL, 2009-01-20,
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Logo from 1998-2002
2001 saw the Rock follow the Leafs to the Air Canada Centre, where they advanced to the championship game once again. But the visiting Philadelphia Wings held the Rock to just eight goals, and won their sixth championship. The next season, the Rock recovered from the championship game loss by finishing first overall for the fourth straight year. They advanced to the championship game once again, but for the first time as the visiting team. The Rock defeated the Albany Attack in Albany 13-12. 2002 was also one of the most productive years for the Rock in terms of awards; in addition to winning the Champion's Cup, three players were honoured by the league. Blaine Manning was named Rookie of the Year, Pat Coyle was named Defensive Player of the Year, and captain Jim Veltman was given the Sportsmanship Award.In 2003, Toronto advanced to the championship game for the fifth straight year, once again as the visitors. The game was held in Rochester, where Rock had never won a game, but they prevailed in the lowest-scoring championship game in NLL history, winning 8-6.WEB,weblink Rock wins fourth title in 8-6 defense-athon, The Outsider's Guide to the NLL, May 3, 2003, Philly, R.A., 2009-01-20, Shortly before the 2004 season began, head coach and GM Les Bartley announced that he was fighting colon cancer, and was stepping down. Assistant coaches Ed Comeau and Derek Keenan were named interim coach and interim GM respectively. After a 2-4 start to the season, Comeau and Keenan were fired, and the Rock hired Terry Sanderson to try to turn the team around.WEB,weblink NLL.com, February 17, 2004, 2009-01-23, Rock appoint Sanderson as coach & GM, The Rock went 8-2 the rest of the season, earning a first round bye after clinching the East Division regular season crown. However, the Buffalo Bandits came to town and upset the Rock 19-10, sending the Bandits to the first NLL championship game not featuring the Rock since they joined the league. Jim Veltman was honoured by the league by being named league MVP. This was the first year in the 10-year history of the award that it did not go to Gary Gait, Paul Gait, or John Tavares and the first Toronto Rock player to be named league MVP.In 2005, the Rock defeated the Rochester Knighthawks in the East Division Final by a score of 12-10 in front of approximately 17,200 fans at the Air Canada Centre. The Rock went on to defeat the Arizona Sting with a 19-13 win in front of an NLL record crowd of 19,432, becoming NLL champions for the fifth time in seven years and solidifying their distinction as an NLL dynasty.WEB,weblink Toronto wins Edge NLL Championship game, 19-13, May 14, 2005, NLL.com, 2009-01-20, NEWS,weblink Toronto, The Star, Daniel, Girard, Toronto Rock goalie Bob Watson ‘enjoying the ride' again after train-wreck '09 season, May 7, 2010, Colin Doyle was named league MVP, the second straight year that the award was won by a Rock player.Despite the championship, the season ended on a sad note for the Rock franchise, as Les Bartley died of cancer at the age of 51 the day after the championship game. Bartley is remembered as an exceptional coach, having led the Toronto Rock to NLL Championships in 1999, 2000, 2002, and 2003.WEB,weblink May 15, 2005, The Outsider's Guide to the NLL, Les Bartley, 51, loses battle with cancer, Philly, R.A., 2009-01-20, WEB,weblink Remembering Les, May 16, 2005, NLL.com, 2009-01-20, In 2004, the NLL Coach of the Year Award was renamed the Les Bartley Award in honour of Bartley.In 2007, the Toronto Rock established an award also called the Les Bartley Award, given to "the Rock player that best exemplifies Les' emphasis on the importance of character and commitment to the team".WEB,weblink Rock Establish Award in Bartley's Honor, NLL.com, March 29, 2007, 2007-04-14, The first winner of this award was team captain Jim Veltman.

The Kloepfer era

From 1999 to 2005, the Rock finished either first overall or first in their division every year, winning five championships. The next few years, however, would bring the franchise back down to Earth. The Rock struggled during the early part of the 2006 season; however, their record balanced out to 8-8 at season's end. They made the playoffs, only to be defeated by the first place Knighthawks at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester by a score of 16-8. Head coach and GM Terry Sanderson was fired after the season,WEB,weblink Rock Search for New Head Coach, NLL.com, May 9, 2006, 2008-04-29, and was replaced by new Director of Lacrosse Operations Mike Kloepfer and new head coach Glenn Clark.WEB,weblink NLL.com, Rock Completes Coaching & Operations Staff, May 23, 2006, 2008-04-29, Clark had played eight seasons with the Rock and had just finished an All-Star season as a member of the Philadelphia Wings, but retired from playing to take the head coaching job with his old club.
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Kloepfer made his mark on the team quickly, trading perennial All-Star, former Rookie of the Year and league MVP Colin Doyle to the San Jose Stealth along with Darren Halls and a draft pick for first overall draft pick Ryan Benesch, Kevin Fines, Chad Thompson and two draft picks.WEB,weblink Colossal Trade as Season Nears, NLL.com, December 27, 2006, 2008-04-29, Benesch had a very good rookie year, scoring 33 goals and winning the Rookie of the Year award,WEB,weblink NLL.com, Benesch Named Rookie of the Year, May 8, 2007, 2009-01-20, but the Rock under rookie coach Clark struggled to a worst-ever 6-10 record, barely making the playoffs. They lost the division semifinal against Rochester, who would go on to win their first championship since 1997.Toronto's struggles continued in 2008, as the Rock lost their last five games of the season. They finished below .500 for the second straight year, and for the first time since their move to Toronto in 1999, the Rock finished out of the playoffs. Despite the losing season, goaltender Bob Watson was named Goaltender of the Year. 2008 also featured the final season of the only captain the Rock franchise had ever had, Jim Veltman. Veltman retired after fifteen seasons in the NLL, winning seven championships (two with the Bandits and five with the Rock). Chris Driscoll was named the new Rock captain.WEB,weblink Toronto Rock web site, November 6, 2008, 2009-01-20, Rock announce Chris Driscoll as new captain, After starting the 2009 season with a 1-2 record, the Rock relieved Clark and assistant coach Veltman and Terry Bullen of their coaching duties, and hired former Chicago and Colorado coach Jamie Batley as the new Rock head coach. Clark and Bullen were fired, and Veltman was retained in an advisory position.WEB,weblink TorontoRock.com, Toronto Rock hire new coaching staff, January 20, 2009, 2009-01-20, The coaching change was not enough to propel the Rock back into the playoffs, however. They finished last in the East and out of the playoffs for the second straight year. Director of Lacrosse Operations Mike Kloepfer resigned shortly after the season ended.WEB,weblink Breaking News: Toronto Rock Director of Lacrosse Operations Mike Kloepfer resigns, April 29, 2009, 2009-04-29, NLL Insider,

Jamie Dawick era

On June 10, 2009, the Rock announced that former GM and coach Terry Sanderson had been brought back as the new GM.WEB,weblink The Sports Network, TSN, Sanderson Leaves Roughnecks To Become GM Of Rock, June 10, 2009, 2009-06-11, Jamie Batley was also told by the Rock that he would not be returning as head coach.WEB,weblink Batley won't be back with the Rock, June 11, 2009, 2009-06-11, Peterborough Examiner, Davies, Mike, At the end of the month, the team announced that the Rock had been sold to Oakville-based businessman James Dawick, with Waters saying the price was "in the seven figures."WEB,weblink Poker pro takes a gamble on revitalizing Rock, 2009-07-01, Grossman, David, Toronto Star, Two weeks later, former Calgary Roughnecks head coach Troy Cordingley was named as the new coach,WEB,weblink NLL.com, Rock Name Cordingley Head Coach, July 14, 2009, 2009-08-11, giving the Rock an entirely new staff from ownership on down.Sanderson wasted no time in the rebuilding efforts, most notably re-acquiring Colin Doyle from Washington in exchange for Lewis Ratcliff, Tyler Codron and Joel Dalgarnoweblink also traded Luke Wiles to Washington and Bill McGlone to Philadelphia, and re-acquiring former Rock defender Sandy Chapman from Rochester.WEB,weblink Busy Day on Trading Front, NLL.com, July 7, 2009, 2009-08-11, yes,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110612003811weblink">weblink June 12, 2011, He then traded team captain Chris Driscoll to the Buffalo Bandits for another former Rock defender Phil Sanderson,WEB,weblink Rock and Bandits Swap Driscoll, Sanderson, NLL.com, July 31, 2009, 2009-08-11, and acquired Mike Hominuck from EdmontonWEB,weblink Hominuck Heads to Toronto, NLL.com, July 27, 2009, 2009-08-11, and Pat McCready from Buffalo,WEB,weblink McCready Heading to Rock For Draft Picks, NLL.com, August 4, 2009, 2009-08-11, both for draft picks.The moves paid off immediately, as the Rock began the 2010 season 6-1 en route to a 9-7 record. This was good for second place in the East and the Rock's first playoff berth in four years. In the playoffs, the Rock defeated Buffalo and Orlando on their way to their seventh Championship game, and first since 2005. The Washington Stealth, in their first season in Everett, Washington, proved too strong for the Rock and won the Championship 15-11.In 2011, the Rock found themselves in the Championship game for the second straight year against the Washington Stealth, this time winning 8-7.In August 2011, Dawick broke ground on constructing the new $20 million-dollar, privately financed Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) in Oakville.WEB,weblink Dawick Unveils Lacrosse Facility Plans, Toronto Rock, WEB,weblink Dawick building year-round lacrosse facility in Oakville, 2011-11-17, WEB,weblink Toronto Rock owner Jamie Dawick ‘all in’ despite challenges, 2016-03-23, 2016-03-25, Toronto Star, The lacrosse facility, which opened in 2012, features two pads, one of which seats 500 fans, and serves as the Rock's practice facility as well as the team's offices.WEB,weblink Toronto Rock Athletic Centre Grand Opening Saturday, Toronto Rock, WEB,weblink Oakville, not Toronto, is true home of NLL's Rock, 2012-12-06, 2014-01-11, The arena has played host to exhibition NLL games,WEB,weblink Rock ready for preseason game at new practice facility, 2012-12-05, 2014-01-11, National Lacrosse League, the NLL Entry Draft and the NLL Combine.WEB,weblink NLL Draft Set For September 16 At The TRAC, Toronto Rock,

Awards and honours{|class"wikitable"

align="center" bgcolor="#dddddd"Year >Player >| Award1999 NLL season>1999 Colin Doyle (lacrosse) >Champion's Cup#Most Valuable Players>Champion's Cup MVP2000 NLL season>2000 Dan Stroup Champion's Cup MVP2001 NLL season>2001 Bob Watson (lacrosse) >National Lacrosse League Goaltender of the Year Award>Goaltender of the Year 2002 NLL season >Blaine Manning >National Lacrosse League Rookie of the Year Award>Rookie of the YearPat Coyle (lacrosse)>Pat Coyle Defensive Player of the YearJim Veltman >National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship Award>Sportsmanship Award| Champion's Cup MVP 2003 NLL season >Chris Driscoll >National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship Award>Sportsmanship Award| Champion's Cup MVP2004 NLL season>2004 Jim Veltman Most Valuable Player 2005 NLL season >National Lacrosse League MVP Award>Most Valuable PlayerLes Bartley >National Lacrosse League Executive of the Year Award>Executive of the Year| Champion's Cup MVP2007 NLL season>2007 Ryan Benesch National Lacrosse League Rookie of the Year AwardHTTP://NLL.COM/ARTICLE.PHP?ID=2942TITLE=BENESCH NAMED ROOKIE OF THE YEARACCESSDATE=2007-05-08, 2008 NLL season>2008 Bob Watson National Lacrosse League Goaltender of the Year AwardHTTP://WWW.NLL.COM/ARTICLE.PHP?ID=3471TITLE=WATSON NAMED US NAVY GOALIE OF THE YEARACCESSDATE=2008-05-07, 2010 NLL season>2010 Stephan Leblanc National Lacrosse League Rookie of the Year AwardHTTP://WWW.TORONTOROCK.COM/ARTICLE/STEPHAN-LEBLANC-NAMED-NLL-ROOKIE-OF-THE-YEARTITLE=STEPHAN LEBLANC NAMED NLL ROOKIE OF THE YEARACCESSDATE=2010-05-13, 2011 NLL season>2011 Bob Watson Champion's Cup MVP 2013 NLL season >National Lacrosse League Sportsmanship Award>Sportsmanship AwardHTTP://WWW.NLL.COM/NEWS_ARTICLE/SHOW/251348-ROCK-S-BILLINGS-WINS-2013-NLL-SPORTSMANSHIP-AWARD4>WORK=NLL.COMACCESSDATE=APRIL 29, 2013, Rock's Billings wins 2013 NLL Sportsmanship Award, | Les Bartley AwardNational Lacrosse League Executive of the Year Award>Executive of the YearHTTP://WWW.NLL.COM/NEWS_ARTICLE/SHOW/259286-ROCK-S-DAWICK-WINS-2013-NLL-EXECUTIVE-OF-THE-YEAR-AWARD>WORK=NLL.COMACCESSDATE=MAY 28, 2013DEADURL=YESARCHIVEDATE=FEBRUARY 2, 2014,

Retired numbers{| cellpadding3 border1 cellspacing0 class"wikitable" width"75%"

! Number !! Player !! Date !! Years with Toronto 29HTTP://WWW.NLL.COM/NEWS_ARTICLE/SHOW/135644?REFERRER_ID=389177>TITLE=LIKE A ROCK: TORONTO RETIRES WATSON'S NO. 29ACCESSDATE=2014-01-18NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE>LAST=LEFKOWITZACCESSDATE=2014-01-18Bob Watson (lacrosse)>Bob Watson February 24, 2012 1999-2011

NLL Hall of Fame members

Current roster

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All-time record{| class"wikitable sortable" align"center" bgcolor"#e0e0e0"

! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Season! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Division! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | W! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | L! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Finish! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Home! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Road! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | GF! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | GA! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Coach! style="background:#FFFFFF;border-top:blue 5px solid;border-bottom:red 5px solid;" | Playoffs align="center"1999 Toronto Rock season>1999 9 3 1st 6–0 3–3 157 139 Les Bartley Champions align="center"2000 Toronto Rock season>2000 9 3 1st 5–1 4–2 162 130 Les Bartley Champions align="center"2001 Toronto Rock season>2001 11 3 1st 6–1 5–2 168 125 Les Bartley lost final align="center"2002 Toronto Rock season>2002 Northern 11 5 1st 8–0 3–5 223 176 Les Bartley Champions align="center"2003 Toronto Rock season>2003 Northern 11 5 1st 6–2 5–3 195 164 Les Bartley Champions align="center"2004 Toronto Rock season>2004 Eastern 10 6 1st 5–3 5–3 202 176 ED Comeau/Terry Sanderson lost division final align="center"2005 Toronto Rock season>2005 Eastern 12 4 1st 6–2 6–2 227 190 Terry Sanderson Champions align="center"2006 Toronto Rock season>2006 Eastern 8 8 3rd 5–3 3–5 182 179 Terry Sanderson lost division semi-final align="center"2007 Toronto Rock season>2007 Eastern 6 10 4th 3–5 3–5 187 183 Glenn Clark lost division semi-final align="center"2008 Toronto Rock season>2008 Eastern 7 9 6th 4–5 3–4 172 174 Glenn Clark/terry bullen did not qualify align="center"2009 Toronto Rock season>2009 Eastern 6 10 6th 3–5 3–5 194 218 Glenn Clark/Jamie Batley did not qualify align="center"2010 Toronto Rock season>2010 Eastern 9 7 2nd 6–2 3–5 197 156 Troy Cordingley lost final align="center"2011 Toronto Rock season>2011 Eastern 10 6 2nd 7–1 3–5 187 168 Troy Cordingley Champions align="center"2012 Toronto Rock season>2012 Eastern 9 7 1st 3–5 6–2 198 196 Troy Cordingley lost division final align="center"2013 Toronto Rock season>2013 Eastern 10 6 1st 5–3 5–3 194 176 Troy Cordingley lost division semi-final align="center"2014 Toronto Rock season>2014 Eastern 9 9 2nd 6–3 3–6 219 213 John Lovell lost division semi-final align="center"2015 Toronto Rock season>2015 Eastern 14 4 1st 7–2 7–2 230 185 John Lovell lost final align="center"2016 Toronto Rock season>2016 Eastern 5 13 5th 4–5 1–8 190 224 John Lovell did not qualify align="center"2017 Toronto Rock season>2017 Eastern 9 9 2nd 4–5 5–4 219 200 Matt Sawyer lost division final align="center"2018 Toronto Rock season>2018 Eastern 8 10 4th 3–6 5–4 237 216 Matt Sawyer did not qualify align="center"2019 Toronto Rock season>2019 Eastern 12 6 3rd 8–1 4–5 213 207 Matt Sawyer lost division final align="center"! Total !! 21 seasons !! 195 !! 143 !!   !! 116–62 !! 85–83 !! 4,153 !! 3,831 !!   !!   align="center" ! Playoff Totals !! 16 Appearances !! 20 !! 14 !!   !! 16–7 !! 4–6 !! 370 !! 361 !!   !! 6 championships

Playoff results

{| class="wikitable" BORDER="0" CELLPADDING="3" CELLSPACING="0" ALIGN=center bgcolor="#e0e0e0"! Season !! Game !! Visiting !! Home ALIGN=center 1999 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 13 ALIGN=centerChampionship >| Toronto 13 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0" 2000 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 14 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"Championship >| Toronto 14 ALIGN=center 2001 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 10 ALIGN=centerPhiladelphia 9 >| Toronto 8 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0" 2002 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 12 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"Championship >Toronto 13 >| Albany 12 ALIGN=center 2003 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 15 ALIGN=centerChampionship >Toronto 8 >| Rochester 6 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"2004 Toronto Rock season>2004 Division Final Buffalo 19 Toronto 10 ALIGN=center 2005 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 12 ALIGN=centerChampionship >| Toronto 19 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"2006 Toronto Rock season>2006 Division Semifinals Toronto 8 Rochester 16 ALIGN=center2007 Toronto Rock season>2007 Division Semifinals Toronto 6 Rochester 10 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"2010 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 13 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"Toronto 15 >| Orlando 10 ALIGN=center ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"| Washington 15 ALIGN=center 2011 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 10 ALIGN=centerToronto 12 >| Buffalo 11 ALIGN=centerChampionship >| Toronto 8 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0" 2012 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 7 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"Rochester 17>| Toronto 13 ALIGN=center2013 Toronto Rock season>2013 Division Semifinal Minnesota 20 Toronto 11 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"2014 Toronto Rock season>2014 Division Semifinal Buffalo 15 Toronto 13 ALIGN=center 2015 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 2 ALIGN=centerEdmonton 2 >| Toronto 0 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0" 2017 Toronto Rock season >| Toronto 18 ALIGN=center bgcolor="#f0f0f0"| Georgia 2 ALIGN=center 2019 Toronto Rock season >Toronto 16 >| Georgia 14 ALIGN=center| Buffalo 12

Head coaching history

{| class="wikitable"! rowspan="2" | #! rowspan="2" | Name! rowspan="2" | Term! colspan="4" | Regular Season! colspan="4" | Playoffs! GC! W! L! W%! GC! W! L! W%  1  Les Bartley align=center1999 NLL season>1999—2003 NLL season > 70 align=center 19 align=center 10 align=center 1 align=center| .900 2 Ed Comeau align=center2004 NLL season>2004 align=center 2 align=center .333 align=center — align=center — 3 Terry Sanderson (lacrosse) > 2004 NLL season—2006 NLL season>2006 align=center 28 align=center .667 align=center 2 align=center .500 4 Glenn Clark align=center2003 NLL season>2007—2009 NLL season > 31 align=center 19 align=center 1 align=center 1 align=center| .000 5 Terry Bullen † align=center2008 NLL season>2008 align=center 2 align=center .500 align=center — align=center — 6 Jamie Batley align=center2009 NLL season>2009 align=center 5 align=center .385 align=center 0 align=center — 7 Troy Cordingley align=center2010 NLL season>2010—2013 NLL season > 64 align=center 26 align=center 9 align=center 3 align=center| .667 8 John Lovell align=center2014 NLL season>2014—2016 NLL season > 54 align=center 26 align=center 5 align=center 3 align=center| .400 9 Matt Sawyer align=center2017 NLL season>2017— align=center 9 align=center .500 align=center 1 align=center .333† Bullen served as head coach during Clark's suspension.

See also

  • (:Category:Toronto Rock seasons|Toronto Rock seasons)

References

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External links

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