Realty One

Sunday, February 5, 2017

CALGARY - Mark Matthews scored four goals and Aaron Bold made 46 saves as the Saskatchewan Rush got past the Calgary Roughnecks 15-11 on Saturday night in National Lacrosse League action.

Ben McIntosh had a hat trick and Adam Jones struck twice for Saskatchewan (3-2). Matt Hossack, Nik Bilic, Jeremy Thompson, Adrian Sorichetti, Matthew Dinsdale and Robert Church supplied the rest of the offence.

Curtis Dickson and Dane Dobbie scored three goals apiece for the Roughnecks (3-2). Tyler Digby had a pair of goals while Jeff Shattler, Holden Cattoni and Wesley Berg also chipped in. Frank Scigliano turned away 43 shots.

The Rush converted on their only power play and Calgary went 4 for 5.



Anonymous said...

The REGINA PATS won their 8th straight saturday night and are still the #1 team in Canada

John Knight said...

This article is about the Rush not the Pats. Also , the Pats are far, far from being Canada's team

John Knight said...

Who cares about the Pats other than Regina people. Go Rush. Second most loved team in Saskatchewan. GO RIDERS

Anonymous said...

Pats are a generational team this year, all the way, get on board folks

Jill said...

Rush All The Way.. Canada's team was the Riders when they were winning . Now the Patsies are Canada's team ? WTF ?
If so Only In Regina. Good Job...John Knight .

Anonymous said...

John McGoof
Not sure about being the 2nd most popular team in Saskatchewan. A Rush article generates 5 comments and 2 refer to the Rush. You probably don't realize but this is a Regina based blog so expect Pat's and Rider stories. Mr.Pedersen does a decent job of giving other teams and sports exposure. Maybe start a Toontown blog, thousands will flock to your blog to read Rush and Blades articles.

John Knight said...

The only time people comment on here is when the Pats are winning. (which isn't very often) Sorry but as much as I would like to see them in the Memorial cup final, It isn't going to happen. Sorry

Anonymous said...

You do realize the pats are 37-6-6-1 and have been ranked the #1 team in all of Canada for at least 10 weeks this season John Foot in Mouth McKnuckhead?