Game over

TY PILSON -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 12:59 PM ET

SUN THREE STARS: 1. KYLE GOUNDREY, Calgary -- Scored the game winner, a highlight-reel marker if ever there was one. Ended up with six points in the game.

2. DAN DAWSON, Arizona -- Was a force on the floor for the Sting, scoring four goals and five assists to lead the Sting.

3. KALEB TOTH, Calgary -- Turned it up in the second half scoring three goals.

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GOAL OF THE GAME:

Calgary's Kyle Goundrey followed up a save made on teammate Tracey Kelusky with a brilliant play. No. 19 dove over the crease and, while in the air, poked the ball past frozen Arizona goaltender Mike Miron for the game winner.

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SAVE THE GAME:

With seconds left in the first quarter, Calgary's Kaleb Toth beat his man, swooped in on the net and dove across the crease, trying to tuck the ball far side. Miron made it across to the far post for the stop.

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UNSUNG HERO:

Calgary forward Jesse Phillips played a great game at both ends of the floor and scored two huge second-half goals to keep Calgary in the game.

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FIGHT CARD:

None

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WHAT IT MEANS:

Calgary improved to 2-2 on the season after starting the year 0-2. The Sting dropped their second straight game and are now 2-3.

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NOTABLES:

Calgary forward Lewis Ratcliff's second goal of the game last night was his 150th NLL point in only his third season in the league ... Calgary's scratches last night were F Kevin Dostie, F Kevin Howard, D Ryan McNish, D Scott Forbes and G Matt Morehouse ... Sting forward Cory Bomberry, who scored three goals in Arizona's loss to San Jose Friday night, was a surprise scratch.


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