age
27
height
6'4''
weight
281
Logan KaneNumber: #
15
Position:
D

Pro Experience:

1st season

College/Last Team:

Onondaga CC

Shoots:

R

Resides:

Six Nations


Acquired:


He signed a one-year deal with the Knighthawks on March 18, 2014.


Career


He was originally the Knighthawks’ fifth-round selection (54th overall) in the 2008 National Lacrosse League Entry Draft and was a member of the 2009 team... He spent the past two seasons playing in the Canadian Lacrosse League (CLax) for the Iroquois Ironmen and Ohsweken Demons… In 18 games, he recorded 13 goals and 15 assists... In three playoffs games, he collected an impressive seven points on one goal and six assists…In the 2012 Creator’s Cup Finals, he scored one goal and added two assists for the Iroquois Ironmen… Internationally, he helped the Iroquois Nationals defeat the United States Indoor Lacrosse Development Team 24-11 in the Fourth Annual Bowhunter Cup, which was played in October 2013… Kane was named to the Iroquois roster for the 2010 FIL World Lacrosse Championships… Excelled at the senior level, playing in the Quebec Senior Lacrosse League… Over four seasons, he scored 48 goals and dished out 58 assists in just 40 games… In 2011, he scored five goals in eight games en route to a Senior “B” Presidents’ Cup Championship with the St. Regis Braves… In 2009, he was honored as a First Team All-Star in the Presidents’ Cup Tournament… Played his college lacrosse at Onondaga Community College from 2007-08… As a midfielder, he recorded his best season for the Lazers, establishing career highs in goals (22), assists (12) and points (34) in 14 games as he helped guide the team to its fourth consecutive Region III championship in 2008… The Lazers were the No. 1 seed in the NJCAA National Tournament and reached the national semifinal game… Kane was named to the Honorable Mention All-Region team… In 2008, the Knighthawks used their fifth-round pick (54th overall selection) to grab the hard-nosed transition player/defenseman... He played for the Junior "A" Six Nations Arrows for three seasons (2006-08) and was a member of the 2007 Minto Cup championship team.