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Roughnecks Stifle Rush, 10 5

12/13/2008, 11:50pm EST
By National Lacrosse League

Campbell holds Edmonton offense to just two first-half goals

The Calgary Roughnecks topped the Edmonton Rush, 10-5, in preseason action on Saturday in Red Deer.

The Roughnecks dressed their A-team in the first half and roared out to a 7-2 lead. Pat Campbell allowed just two goals in the first half, while Matt King held the Rush to three in the second.

Dane Dobbie, Jeff Shattler, Josh Sanderson and Scott Ranger each scored two goals, while Kaleb Toth and Cayle Ratcliff added singles.


The Calgary Roughnecks jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, topping the Edmonton Rush, 10-5, in preseason action in Red Deer on Saturday.

The Calgary Roughnecks topped the Edmonton Rush, 10-5, in preseason action on Saturday in Red Deer.

The Roughnecks dressed their A-team in the first half and roared out to a 7-2 lead. Pat Campbell allowed just two goals in the first half, while Matt King held the Rush to three in the second.

Dane Dobbie, Jeff Shattler, Josh Sanderson and Scott Ranger each scored two goals, while Kaleb Toth and Cayle Ratcliff added singles.

Mat McLeod led Edmonton with two goals, while Jason Wulder, Buck Stobart and Ryan Campbell each chipped in singles.

Chris Levis played the first half (7 GA) in goal for Edmonton, while Brandon Atherton (3 GA) played the second. Veteran Steve Dietrich was not active.

The game marked the official debut of instant replay in the NLL -- Rush coach Bob Hamley was 1-for-2 on challenge opportunities, while Roughnecks coach Troy Cordingley was 0-for-1.

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