Boston and Denver Announce More Signings

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The Denver Outlaws announced a slew of signings on Tuesday and Wednesday that included Kaisuke Iwamoto, Mike Hernandez, Thomas Muldoon, and Forrest Lambert. The Boston Cannons have announced that they have re-signed Challen Rogers and Kyle Denhoff.

Goalie Kaisuke Iwamoto has signed a one year deal with the Denver Outlaws. Iwamoto played in one game last season as he made headlines as the first Japanese born player to play in the MLL. Kaisuke is from Japan and played one year in the MCLA at UC Irvine and made the Outlaws through the open tryout process.

The Outlaws have signed Mike Hernandez to a one-year deal. The Michigan grad played in  three games during his rookie year in 2017. Last season in 2018 Hernandez would only appear in one game in June against Ohio.

Thomas Muldoon played at Brown and was picked up by Denver in 2018. He has yet to see any action on the field. Same is true for midfielder Forrest Lambert who played at Metro State College in Denver and has yet to see any time on the field.

The Boston Cannons have signed midfielder Challen Rogers to a two-year contract deal. Rogers was drafted in the 4th round of the 2016 MLL draft out of Stony Brook. Rogers will be entering his fourth season in the league. In 2018 he played in 10 games as he had three goals and one assist after not playing in 2017 due to an injury suffered in the NLL with Toronto.

Kyle Denhoff has signed a two-year contract deal to stay in Boston. A six year veteran Denhoff came to Boston through player movement from the Rattlers prior to the 2018 season. During the 2018 season Denhoff put up 11 goals and 3 assist as he saw action in all 14 games for the Cannons.