Game day

TY PILSON -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 11:41 AM ET

COMING IN: CALGARY -- The Roughnecks are fresh off a huge 18-16 home win over the Colorado Mammoth Feb. 4 at the 'Dome. Calgary has won four straight after an unimpressive 0-2 start to the season.

TORONTO -- The Rock improved to 3-2 with a 15-9 win over the Minnesota Swarm last night.

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WHO'S HOT:

CALGARY -- F Lewis Ratcliff led Calgary with three goals and five assists in the win over the Mammoth. Ratcliff is eighth in league scoring with 12 goals and 14 assists in six games.

TORONTO -- F Colin Doyle recorded four goals and five assists in huge win over Minnesota last night.

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WHO'S NOT:

CALGARY -- F Chris Gill continues to struggle since being signed as a free agent in the off-season. The former Vancouver Raven collected just two assists in Calgary's win over Colorado and has only 11 points in six games.

TORONTO -- No one, really. The whole team looked good in win over Swarm.

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SPECIAL TEAMS:

(Prior to last night)

POWERPLAY -- Calgary 51.06% (1st); Toronto 42.86% (T-4th).

(Prior to last night)

PENALTY KILL -- Calgary 64.71 (4th); Toronto 52.63 (8th)

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NOTABLES:

Newly-signed Roughnecks defender Rich Catton will be a game-time decision, said Calgary head coach Chris Hall. Catton was signed this week after Andy Ogilvie was injured in the victory over the Mammoth. The former Vancouver Raven hasn't played since the Black Birds folded in December. "I'm excited to come back into the league and play with the defending champs," said Catton. "I just want to contribute and help the club win games and another championship"... The Riggers lead the league with an amazing eight shorthanded markers this season in six games. That was double that of second-place Toronto, which had four, going into last night's action ... Calgary is 1-4 all-time vs. Toronto and winless at the ACC.


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