By Sam Laskaris Writer Don’t bother getting out the brooms. That because the Six Nations Chiefs will not be sweeping the Cobourg Kodiaks in their opening playoff series like they did last season. Cobourg pulled out a 9-8 victory on Sunday in a Major League Series (MSL) contest, which the Chiefs hosted at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA). Despite the loss, Six Nations still leads the best-of-seven league semi-final series 2-1. The Chiefs and Kodiaks had also met in a 2022 playoff semi-final series and Six Nations captured that best-of-seven affair in the minimum four matches. Chiefs’ head coach John Tavares praised the efforts of the Kodiaks following Sunday’s game. “The Cobourg players played really well,” he said. “They capitalized on opportunities.” The Kodiaks, who were outshot 58-41 by the
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