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New netminder Rose helps Toronto rise in power rankings

03/26/2012, 7:31am EDT
By NLL.com

Top three teams remain unchanged in ILIndoor.com's latest list


Nick Rose made 28 saves in his Toronto debut, a 13-7 win over Rochester on Saturday. (Photo Credit: Ward Laforme)

Thanks to Nick Rose’s solid debut, the Toronto Rock are the biggest mover in ILIndoor.com’s power rankings for Week 12.

Acquired in a trade with Calgary last Monday, Rose made 28 saves on 35 shots and helped Toronto end a three-game losing streak with a 13-7 win over Rochester. That pushed the Rock up two spots to fifth.

Rose and Toronto will be back in action Saturday night in Buffalo against the archrival Bandits.

The top three teams remained unchanged in this week’s rankings. Colorado continues to hold the top spot after splitting a pair of one-goal decisions with Philadelphia, which remained at No. 3.

The playoff-bound Mammoth, who got nine goals and 10 assists from John Grant Jr. in the two games this past weekend, will travel to face Rochester on Saturday afternoon. Philadelphia is idle this week,

Calgary is still ranked second after routing Buffalo 17-6 on Saturday behind Shawn Evans’ two goals and seven assists. The Roughnecks have two games this coming week as they face the Swarm on Friday in Minnesota before playing Washington on Saturday night in Calgary.

 

You may view Brian Shanahan’s power rankings at ILIndoor.com here.

 

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