Graeme Perrow is widely regarded as the most talented, dedicated, and knowledgeable lacrosse writer in his entire family. His first lacrosse game was a Buffalo Bandits / Philadelphia Wings game in Buffalo in 2000, and he was hooked. Graeme became a Toronto Rock season ticket holder (without ever having seen a Rock game) for the 2001 season and has been present for two Championship wins (and one loss) in Toronto and one win in Rochester. Graeme is a proud Canadian who lives in Waterdown, Ontario, a suburb of Hamilton.
While he makes no apologies for being a fan of the Toronto Rock, he tries to be as unbiased as possible. You will see game reports for every game Graeme sees live, analysis and opinions on things like trades, predictions on every weekend’s games, a fair bit of statistical analysis (though he tries to keep the actual math to a minimum), and lots of other fun stuff. If you’re a fan of the NLL, you might just enjoy hanging out here.
Graeme began a personal blog in April of 2005, and his third posting was a short summary of a Rock game. The game summaries, commentary on the league, some history, and the occasional attempt at humour continued until October of 2010, when he joined The NLL Blog. In August 2011, he joined In Lax We Trust (now In Lacrosse We Trust) as writer, editor, and co-manager. In December 2011 he created NLL Chatter, and in January 2012 he began writing a weekly column called The Money Ballers for IL Indoor.