This week’s Throwback Thursday player is Cam Woods.
Woods was drafted 18th overall to the Boston Blazers in 1997.
2000-03 Albany Attack
2004-06 San Jose Stealth
2007 Chicago Shamrox
2008-14 Toronto Rock
Cam Woods tied with Taylor Wray for the Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2004, and was a four time all star (2002, 2004, 2007, 2009).
Cam was named captain in his second season with the Albany Attack and then served as team captain for the next 7 seasons (3 Albany, 3 San Jose, 1 Chicago) before being traded to Toronto.
Woods won his first NLL champions cup in 2011 with the Toronto Rock, to go along with his 2 Mann cups (2000 Brooklin Redmen, 2008 Brampton Excelsiors).
Woods announced his retirement from the NLL shortly before the 2014 NLL season, then came out of retirement to sign a practice roster agreement with the Toronto Rock on March 20, 2014.
Woods represented Canada playing in the World Indoor games, the Heritage Cup, and at the World Field Lacrosse Championships in Perth, Australia. Woods was known for having a shot of 110mph.
NLL Regular Season Statistics:
GP 207, G 57, A 118, Pts. 175, LB 1371, PM 414.
GP 12, G 1, A 6, Pts. 7, LB 61, PM 14.