Vancouver, BC (Friday, June 27, 2014) – The National Lacrosse League has officially announced former Vancouver Stealth Head Coach, Chris Hall, as one of the five nominees for the 2014 Hall of Fame Ballot.
Hall, who announced his retirement from coaching due to health related issues earlier this month, spent 12 years coaching in the NLL and was with the Stealth organization from 2009 to 2014. His 85 regular- season victories ranks third all–time in the NLL behind Darris Kilgour (121) and Les Bartley (93), and his 11 playoff victories ranks fourth all-time in NLL history. He was also named a co-recipient of the NLL Coach of the Year in 2010.
Hall won his second NLL Champion’s Cup with the Stealth in 2010, having previously coached the Calgary Roughnecks to the championship in 2004. Hall is one of only three coaches in NLL history to win a Champions Cup with two different teams.
In Hall’s final five years of coaching, he led the Stealth organization to the Champions Cup Final three times (2010, 2011, and 2013).
Voting will take place next week and the winners will be announced the following week.
For details visit www.StealthLAX.com