1. Callum Crawford signs with the New York Riptide
Coming in at #1 is the New York Riptide’s signing of forward and perennial goal scorer, Callum Crawford, to a 2-year deal.
The Riptide will look to the 16-year vet to help them bounce back after they found the win column just once in their inaugural season.
In his final season with New England, Crawford scored 76 points in just 11 games. will add some much needed offensive output to help the likes of reigning Rookie of the Year, Tyson Gibson.
With the addition of the MVP finalist and the 1st first overall pick in the 2020 NLL Draft, Jeff Teat, the tides may be turning in New York.