BUFFALO BANDIT Mitch Jones
Mitch Jones is a professional lacrosse player for the Buffalo Bandits. On top of his professional lacrosse career, Jones played his college hockey on the Northern Michigan University hockey team. Balancing these two sports careers was nonetheless difficult for Jones, but very fulfilling at the same time. Jones recently graduated from North Michigan University, so he will be competing in the NLL full time for now on.
BUFFALO BANDIT Dhane Smith
Buffalo Bandit number 92, Dhane Smith, is a professional lacrosse player for the Buffalo Bandits of the National Lacrosse League and the Victoria Shamrocks of the Western Lacrosse Association. Smith began his career in 2009 with the Kitchener-Waterloo Braves of the Ontario Junior A Lacrosse League, where he won the Green Gael Trophy as the league’s MVP in 2012. Smith eventually moved up to the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks of Major Series Lacrosse, and was transferred to the Shamrocks during the 2014 season.
BUFFALO BANDIT Josh Byrne
Josh Byrne was picked No. 1 by the Buffalo Bandits in the 2017-18 NLL Draft. Byrne was the expected top pick, though pre-draft trades caused some doubt. He will bolster the left side of the Bandits’ offence. Byrne has been pegged as a potential top pick in this draft since his 56-goal, 112 point season in the BCJALL as a 19-year-old in 2013, and he’s only built on that resume since.
BUFFALO BANDIT Craig England
England (6’2”, 210 lbs., 3/2/1990) appeared in 12 games for the Bandits in 2017, setting career-high totals in goals (17), assists (7) and points (24). A native of Fergus, Ontario, England enters his fifth NLL season in 2018. In 30 career games played for the Bandits, New England Black Wolves and Toronto Rock, he has recorded 27 points (17+10) and 71 loose ball recoveries.
Meet those who fight against the evils of the world using super powers, sidekicks and vehicles. Battle those who are villains in hero’s tights. They build up your empire, and shoulder the great responsibility that comes with superhuman power. Sunday’s Superheroes will include The Question, DareDevil/Kids Flash/Spiderman, Penguin/Red Skull, Megatron, Batgirl/Mockingbird, Batman and Deathstroke.
Maxx is the first prototype of his kind, a living, thinking, robot who also experiences (and has developed) human-like emotions. Because of the implications and responsibility of this technology, GigaMaxx Productions keeps all development records under lock-and-key. With 24 patents on the Diamond Core Chip Processor (which makes this breakthrough possible), a state-of-the-art security facility, and a relationship with the United States Government, it is safe to say GigaMaxx is the only name in robotic intelligence.
The Diamond Core Processor is what gives Maxx his ability to process like a human being, with 4 different operational centers synthesizing sight, touch, feelings, and thought. With this technology, Maxx is not limited to his programming but is continually learning and developing, the same as a human being. It is for this reason that we at GigaMaxx allow this remarkable robot to develop outside of the facilities accompanied by trained assistants who document his experiences. Through these journeys, Maxx has developed a sense of humor and a natural inclination towards being social.
As it stands, the prototype MAXX currently enjoys being the guest of honor at social engagements, drawing large crowds, and traveling abroad to discover just what it means to be "alive".