- 2005 Calgary Roughnecks season
GoalsLeader=Tracey Kelusky (45)
PointsLeader=Lewis Ratcliff (86)
PIMLeader=Jesse Phillips (69)
LooseBallsLeader=Jesse Phillips (99)
GAALeader=Andrew Leyshon (9.89)The
Calgary Roughnecksare a lacrosse team based in Calgaryplaying in the National Lacrosse League(NLL). The 2005 season was the 4th in franchise history.
The Roughnecks followed up their Championship season by finishing first in the west in 2005. However, they were not as successful in the playoffs, losing to the
Arizona Stingin the division final.
"Note: GP = Games Played; MIN = Minutes; W = Wins; L = Losses; GA = Goals Against; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average"
2005 NLL season
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