2006 Calgary Roughnecks season


2006 Calgary Roughnecks season

NLLTeamSeason
Season=2006
Team=Calgary Roughnecks
Division=West
DivisionRank=3rd
Record=9-7
HomeRecord=4-4
RoadRecord=5-3
GoalsFor=183
GoalsAgainst=178
GeneralManager=Kurt Silcott
Coach=Chris Hall
Captain=Tracey Kelusky
AltCaptain=
Arena=Pengrowth Saddledome
Attendance=11,290
GoalsLeader=Lewis Ratcliff (37)
AssistsLeader=Lewis Ratcliff (54)
PointsLeader=Lewis Ratcliff (91)
PIMLeader=Ryan McNish (40)
Rob Kirkby (40)
LooseBallsLeader=Taylor Wray (102)
WinsLeader=Curtis Palidwor (8)
GAALeader=Curtis Palidwor (10.69)
The Calgary Roughnecks are a lacrosse team based in Calgary, Alberta playing in the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The 2006 season was the 5th in franchise history.

The Roughnecks finished third in the west but lost to Colorado in the division semi-finals.

Regular season

Conference standings

Game log

Reference: [http://pointstreak.com/prostats/teamschedule.html?teamid=25952&seasonid=977]

Goaltenders

"Note: GP = Games Played; MIN = Minutes; W = Wins; L = Losses; GA = Goals Against; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average"

Roster

Reference: [http://pointstreak.com/prostats/teamroster.html?teamid=25952&seasonid=977]

ee also

*2006 NLL season

References


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