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Dylan EvansNumber: #
Re-signed and agreed to a three-year deal on October 31, 2013.
He enters his sixth season in the NLL and sixth with the Knighthawks… Ranks third on the team’s faceoff wins list (530)… First all-time in postseason faceoff wins (111)… He scored a career-high two goals in 2015… Won a season-high 22 faceoffs and collected a season-high 19 loose balls on 5/2/15… Won three straight Champion’s Cups (2012-14)... Named the 2014 winner of the Wolf Pack Award, which goes to the Knighthawks player who best exemplifies team work and dedication… Won a career-high 205 faceoffs to become only the second player in team history to win 200-plus faceoffs in a season… Collected a career-high nine assists and 129 loose balls… Had a career night on 4/4/14, collecting career highs in loose balls (21), assists (3) and points (3)… On 2/15/14, he tied his career high with two assists, while collecting a career-best 13 loose balls and winning 18 faceoffs… Played in 16 games in 2013… Won his first NLL Championship in just his second season of pro lacrosse… Scored his first career playoff goal on 5/14/12… Named the 2012 Knighthawks Most Improved Player… Scored his first pro goal on 2/24/12… Earned his first pro point/assist on 1/22/11… Made his pro debut on 1/08/11… Reached the Mann Cup in his first season with the Western Lacrosse Association’s Victoria Shamrocks in 2013… Won 145 faceoffs, over 59%, for Shamrocks… Played under Knighthawks Head Coach Mike Hasen for three summers for the MSL Brampton Excelsiors (2010-12)… Won his first Mann Cup in 2011 with the Senior “A” Brampton Excelsiors… Was a member of the Brampton Junior “A” team for six seasons… In 2009, he was named the winner of the B.W. (Billy) Evans Award as the OLA’s Top Graduating Player… In 2010, he helped Brampton reach the Minto Cup Finals… In 2007, the forward finished in the Top 10 in playoff scoring and tied for the team lead with 27 points (11+16)... Played college lacrosse at Dowling College in 2006 and helped the Golden Lions to the Division II National Championship Game… He was second on the team with 44 points (35+9) in 14 games.