The fifteenth installment of Legends of the Game is from the “Legends of our Game” magazine from 1993, put together by the Committee of OLA Jr. “A” governors.
Here is the article in it’s entirety…
After coming up through the Mississauga Minor Lacrosse System, Brian showed his leadership qualities with the Junior “A” teams.
Brian, at only 5′ 8″, showed his desire and determination by not only being one of the top scorers on the teams he played for, but was also one of the better defensive players.
His ability was recognized by other teams as well. In 1982, his final year of Junior, Brian was picked up by Peterborough and helped them win a Minto Cup and a Mann Cup in the same season.
Later, in 1986-87, Brian was voted the M.V.P. in Senior lacrosse with Owen Sound.
Currently playing with the Buffalo Bandits in the M.I.L.L., Brian still possesses his aggressive style. As witnessed by his achievements he is surely a welcome addition to their program.
From the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame…
Brian Hall won a Minto Cup in 1983 with Peterborough and a Mann Cup the same year as a pick-up on Peterborough’s Senior team.
Hall won a second Mann Cup in 1987 as a pick-up player with the Brooklin Redmen; a Presidents Cup with Owen Sound in 1990; a Nations Cup in ’91 with Guelph of the Canadian NLL Pro Series; and Nations Cups in ’92, ’93 and ’96 with the Buffalo Bandits of Major Indoor Lacrosse League.
Inducted to the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2007.
Inducted to the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2018