Chris Gill had four goals and two assists to lead the Vancouver Ravens past the Calgary Roughnecks Saturday at the Pengrowth Saddledome. A franchise-record crowd of 14,086 was on hand for the Roughnecks' season finale.
After playing to a 4-4 tie through the early minutes of the second quarter, the Ravens surged ahead with unanswered goals by Peter Morgan -- his second goal of the period, at 4:05 -- Chris Prat (6:40) and Ryan O'Connor.
Gill pulled off a third-period hat trick to help the Ravens to a 13-7 lead with 15 minutes left, and Matt Dwane iced the win with his second and third tallies, at 10:01 and 12:23 of the fourth quarter.
Prat finished with a hat trick and three assists for the Ravens. O'Connor racked up two goals and four assists, while Morgan scored twice and dished off for three tallies.
Kaleb Toth and Ben Prepchuk led the Roughnecks, each with two goals and an assist.
Winning goalie Scott Wylie relieved starter Dwight Maetche at halftime, and made 28 saves.