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Steph Leblanc Announces Retirement After 12 Seasons in the NLL

DULUTH, Ga. (November 17, 2022) – After 12 seasons spent in the National Lacrosse League, Steph Leblanc announced his retirement. The veteran played 194 games throughout his career, totaling 849 points, 323 goals, and 526 assists.

The lefty forward was drafted 11th overall in the 2009 NLL Draft by the Toronto Rock. Leblanc spent nine seasons in Toronto, (2010-17, 2018) winning one Championship (2011). In addition to Toronto, Leblanc played three seasons with the New England BlackWolves (2018, 2019-2020), one with the Halifax Thunderbirds (2022) and one in Georgia (2022).

Leblanc registered 70 or more points in a single season eight times throughout his career. Leblanc’s career season high was in 2019 with the BlackWolves where he tallied 93 points (27G, 66A). He was five points shy of reaching that goal in 2014 when he totaled 88 (45G, 43A).

With the Swarm, Leblanc played in six games notching 15 points, nine assists, six goals, and 31 loose balls. He gelled with the offense from the begging as he aided the team to a comeback victory his first night in a Swarm uniform – March 19, 2022, at Albany FireWolves. During his inaugural Swarm game, Leblanc scored one goal and dished out one assist. Leblanc recorded five multi-point games in a Swarm uniform, totaling a high of four in each of the last two games of the season.

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