Kaleb Toth tells the Calgary Sun he's ok if his Roughnecks career has come to an end. Photo Credit: Brad Watson
Kaleb Toth is among the free agents around the NLL who are waiting for an offer for the 2013 season. Wes Gilberson of the Calgary Sun spoke with Toth recently, who said that “I’ve got a feeling that if (the Roughnecks) wanted me back, I would have heard something already, but there’s no hard feelings there." Toth played in less than half of the Roughnecks' games last season.
Gilberson reports that if this indeed the end of his playing career, Toth is thankful for a career that spanned 13 seasons, including 11 seasons and two championships with his hometown team in Calgary. The lone remaining Original Roughneck, he leads the franchise in games played and all major offensive categories.
Read Gilberson's full story in the Calgary Sun by clicking here. Toth spoke further about his career and the possibility of playing for another team. Roughnecks General Manager Mike Board also comments on the team's potential plans.