In a close final against the defending Mann Cup champion Victoria Shamrocks, Maple Ridge came away with a 4-2 series win.
When it made its last appearance in a Mann Cup final - losing to the Brooklin Redmen in four straight games - the team was based out of Vancouver.
The Maple Ridge Burrards haven't been to a Mann Cup Canadian senior lacrosse championship since 1990 and haven't won a title since 1977.
Since 1994, the Six Nations Chiefs have won five national championships.
The league threatened to kick Maple Ridge out of the league and take the bond if the conditions weren't met.
Maple Ridge brings with it a reputation of being tough.
According to the team was asked to put up a ,000 surety bond in June due to late-game fighting incidents dating back to 2013.
Current Six Nations offensive co-ordinator John Tavares, was a member of the team.The Burrards then moved to Surrey before finding their current home.Since 1990, the Burrards have won only three playoff series, including the two this season.Both Six Nations and Maple Ridge will have goalies leading the way as winners of their playoff most valuable players awards - Dillon Ward for the Chiefs and Frankie Scigliano for the Burrards.
"I think we started it off thinking we were more talented than Peterborough and maybe took them for granted a little bit and look where that got us," said the coach, whose team bell behind the Lakers 3-0.
"We're not sitting here thinking we've won the Mann Cup." Six Nations will head into Game 1 of the best-of-seven national championship series on Friday at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 8 p.m. After losing the first three games of the best-of-seven MSL final against the Lakers, the Chiefs made league history by becoming the first team to overcome that deficit and win the final. After finishing third at the conclusion of the Western Lacrosse Association season with a record of 11-6-1, Maple Ridge beat the second-place New Westminster Salmonbellies 4-1 in a best-of-seven semifinal series.