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  • Turnstile Tracker: Final NLL Regular-Season Attendance

    The ’06-07 NLL season saw all 11 teams from the previous season stay in their respective cities, a first since ’02, while also adding franchises in N.Y. and Chicago. The NLL drew 1,070,575 fans for a league-wide average of 10,293, which was down 3.8% from 10,703 last season. The Mammoth led the league in attendance for the second consecutive year, while the Bandits saw the biggest jump, increasing 24.1% from last season. With the NLL playoffs beginning this weekend, the following presents final regular-season attendance for ’06-07 (THE DAILY).

    '06-07 NLL REGULAR-SEASON ATTENDANCE
    TEAM
    GAMES
    TOTAL
    AVG.
    '05-06 AVG.
    % +/-
    '05-06 GAMES
    Colorado Mammoth
    8
    134,359
    16,794
    16,543
    1.5%
    8
    Toronto Rock
    8
    126,815
    15,851
    16,538
    -4.2%
    8
    Buffalo Bandits
    8
    120,324
    15,040
    12,118
    24.1%
    8
    Calgary Roughnecks
    8
    101,659
    12,707
    11,777
    7.9%
    8
    Philadelphia Wings
    8
    90,547
    11,318
    11,936
    -5.2%
    8
    Edmonton Rush
    8
    86,521
    10,815
    10,367
    4.3%
    8
    Rochester Knighthawks
    8
    79,612
    9,951
    9,988
    -0.4%
    8
    Minnesota Swarm
    8
    75,244
    9,405
    8,372
    12.3%
    8
    New York Titans^
    8
    61,262
    7,657
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    Portland LumberJax
    8
    60,218
    7,527
    8,006
    -6.0%
    8
    Arizona Sting
    8
    48,398
    6,049
    6,477
    -6.6%
    8
    Chicago Shamrox^
    8
    48,202
    6,025
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    San Jose Stealth
    8
    37,414
    4,676
    5,608
    -16.6%
    8
    LEAGUE TOTALS
    104
    1,070,575
    10,293
    10,703
    -3.8%
    88

    NOTE: ^ = Expansion team in ’06-07.

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