It may be a new year, but that does not mean there will be change. Yes, there was a new team in action in last night’s National Lacrosse League contest, however many things stayed the same. John Grant Jr remains one of the best lacrosse players in the world, and that
The Calgary Roughnecks today announced the team has signed free agent Bob Snider to the club’s practice roster, pending league approval. Snider, 30, has played 85 career games, recording 793 loose balls, a 61.8 faceoff percentage (1295 faceoff wins) and 38 points (14 goals, 24 assists) with Philadelphia, Washington and Colorado.
The Saskatchewan Rush and the Calgary Roughnecks kick off their 2o16 campaigns today at Scotiabank Saddledome which is a start of a new era for both teams. After starting last season 0-6, but making it to the West finals and being eliminated by the eventual league champion Edmonton Rush, the Roughnecks
2015 Record: 9-9 (second in West Division/lost in first round of West playoffs) Team Acquisitions: (F) Callum Crawford (F) Jackson Decker (D) Greg Downing (D) Ilija Gajic (D) Jordan Gilles (D) Josh Sullivan (D) Bryce Sweeting (F) Chris Wardle Team Losses: (D) Dan Ball (D) Tyler Codron (IR) (F) Cam Flint (PUP) (D) John Gallant (retired) (D) Ian Hawksbee (D) Colton Porter (D) Bob Snider (F) Alex Turner (F)