Game over

TY PILSON -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 12:59 PM ET

SUN THREE STARS: 1. Tracey Kelusky, Roughnecks -- The captain brought his 'A' game last night, scoring some amazing goals. He finished the night with four goals and two assists -- including a natural hat-trick in the third quarter.

2. Kaleb Toth, Roughnecks -- Was hot again last night. He finished the night with five goals and eight points.

3. Curt Malawsky, Stealth -- Was an offensive sparkplug all night, finishing with two goals and five points.

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GOALS OF THE GAME:

There were a pair of co-winners for this one and both were scored by Roughnecks captain Tracey Kelusky during a third-quarter natural hat-trick.

Calgary F Kaleb Toth took a quick outside shot on a third quarter powerplay. Kelusky grabbed the rebound and shot over this shoulder as he dived in front of the crease to score.

Earlier in the third quarter, Kelusky took a feed from Kevin Dostie and let a blast go from the outside that beat Anthony Cosmo. As he let the shot rip, a Stealth defender laid some high lumber on him. The goal wasn't extraordinary but Kelusky got 10s across the board for presentation.

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UNSUNG HERO:

Calgary F Kevin Dostie, who drew into the lineup for only his fourth game of the season, was solid all night in the offensive zone. The talented lefty had one goal and four points going into last night but notched two goals and two assists in the win.

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WHAT IT MEANS:

Calgary remains atop the West Division with a 7-3 record. San Jose falls to 3-8.

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NEXT UP:

The two clubs meet again tonight at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. The game will not be televised. Calgary is undefeated at the HP this season, winning 14-10 Jan. 8 -- the Riggers' first victory of the season.

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NOTABLES:

San Jose's all-star forward Gary Rosyski was a surprise healthy scratch.


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