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Calgary Roughnecks Fall to San Diego Seals 7-6

March 15, 2024 - National Lacrosse League (NLL)
Calgary Roughnecks News Release

Calgary, AB - The Calgary Roughnecks were defeated by the San Diego Seals 7-6 in a physical battle Friday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

The Seals came out strong with two goals in quick succession, adding two more before Shane Simpson was able to net the first goal of the game for Calgary at the end of the first quarter. Strong goaltending from both teams saw the Roughnecks only able to add one in the second from Tyler Pace on the powerplay, with the Seals adding two to go into halftime up 6-2.

Calgary came back in the third quarter, in a physical effort which saw them come within one goal of the visitors, thanks to three straight goals from Jesse King (2) and Tanner Cook. The Seals added one in the final seconds of the quarter to remain ahead. The final frame saw only one goal fall, a Tanner Cook goal for Calgary, leaving the final score at 7-6.

Jesse King and Tanner Cook both finished their night with 2 goals, with Tyler Pace and Shane Simpson both tallying one. Zach Currier scooped 14 loose balls, and in doing so passed 1100 career loose balls.

Del Bianco was outstanding in the Calgary net, finishing his night with a save percentage of 88%, making 54 saves from 61 shots.

The Roughnecks are home on WestJet Field next Friday, March 22nd for their Marvel 'Girls in the Game' party, celebrating girls and women in sport. The team will be wearing special Marvel jerseys featuring the character Black Widow, which will be auctioned off in support of 'Fast and Female'. Visit Ticketmaster or the Scotiabank Saddledome box office or call 1-855-985-5000 for tickets! For fans that want to party with the 'Necks all winter long, Season Tickets are now on sale at

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