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Press Release

Press Release

The NLL will conduct the expansion draft on July 16 via conference call. We are sure the teams will be tweeting the results.

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Attendance 11568

Ben McIntosh and Ryan Keenan put the Roughnecks in an early 2-0 and it was too much for the Roughnecks to recover from. Rush led 8-5 at halftime and a late comeback by the Roughnecks fell short.  Mark Matthews had two goals and five assists for the Rush. Robert Church and Ben McIntosh each had three goals and three assists.  Curtis Dickerson led the Roughnecks with six goals and four assists.  The Rush now face the Knighthawks for the Champions Cup.

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Attendance 13884

Dane Dobbie opened the scoring for Roughnecks and Mammoth responded with a six goal run. The Mammoth took a 7-3 into halftime. Whatever, coach Malwasky said at halftime it lit a fire under the Roughnecks who came out and scored four under answered goals to tie the game at 7-7.  The teams entered the fourth quarter tied at 9-9. Trailing 12-11 the Roughecks went on a three goal run to secure the win and face the Saskatchewan Rush in the West Division Finals.


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Attendance 14671

Roughnecks fourth quarter comeback falls short.  Ben McIntosh led the Rush with four goals and two assists. Evan Kirk made 36 saves.  Curtis Dickerson led the Roughnecks with three goals and four assists.

Saskatchewan improves to 14-4 and Calgary falls to 8-10.

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Attendance 3653

The Roughnecks scored seven goals in the second quarter and led the Stealth 11-6 at halftime. The Roughnecks came out in the third quarter and outscored the Stealth 10-2 and led 21-8 after three quarters.

Curtis Dickerson led the Roughnecks with four goals and eight assists.

How 3,653 fans sat through this game we may never know.

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April 28 Calgary at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET

April 28 Vancouver at Georgia 7:05 PM ET


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Attendance 17113

With the game tied 7-7 at halftime. Calgary went on a 9-0 run to put the game away.  A crowd of 17,113 a season high for the NLL saw the game.  Holden Cattoni led the Roughnecks with five goals and two assists. Christian Del Bianco made 45 saves.

Calgary improves to 7-9 and Buffalo falls to 8-8.

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April 21 Toronto at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

April 21 Calgary at Vancouver 10:00 PM ET


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Attendance 5098

Johnny Powless scored to the game winner 47 seconds into overtime to keep the Black Wolves playoff hopes alive.  The Black Wolves tied the game at 12 with seven seconds left on a goal by Stephan LeBlanc.  Kevin Crowley led the Black Wolves with three goals and three assists. Wesley Berg had three goals and five assists for the Roughnecks.

New England improves to 7-8 and Calgary falls to 6-9.

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