Game day

TY PILSON -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 12:07 PM ET

COMING IN:

CALGARY -- The Roughnecks downed the Arizona Sting 14-12 at the 'Dome Saturday, their sixth win in seven games.

COLORADO -- The Mammoth were edged 14-12 by the Buffalo Bandits last weekend at HSBC Arena.

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HEAD-TO-HEAD:

The clubs have met once this season with Calgary prevailing 15-14 in OT on Lewis Ratcliff's game-winner at the 'Dome March 11. Calgary is 5-4 all-time vs. Colorado.

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WHO'S HOT:

CALGARY -- F Lewis Ratcliff had five goals and nine points in the victory over Arizona and is tied for fourth in league scoring (35g, 48a) with Colorado F Gavin Prout (26g, 57a).

COLORADO -- F Chris Gill notched five goals (on only five shots) and six points against Buffalo.

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SPECIAL TEAMS:

POWERPLAY -- Calgary 44.44% (2nd), Colorado 47.66% (2nd).

PENALTY KILL -- Calgary 64.84% (2nd); Colorado 61.90% (4th).

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NOTABLES:

Calgary returns home tomorrow to face Colorado at the 'Dome (7:30 p.m.) for Part II of the home-and-home series to finish off the regular season. Calgary G Curtis Palidwor is expected to start both games this weekend against the Mammoth. Colorado's No. 1 'tender Gee Nash has been sidelined with a concussion and is listed as a game-day decision. If Nash can't go, backup Chris Levis -- a former Roughneck -- will get the call ... The NLL annnounced yesterday the championship game will be broadcast by ESPN2 and Sportsnet this year May 13 at 4 p.m. The game was carried by NBC and Sportsnet last year.


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