Calgary Cannon fires off season-high nine points

WES GILBERTSON

, Last Updated: 7:33 AM ET

Kaleb Toth has an old buddy coming to town next weekend.

And wouldn't Lewis Ratcliff -- traded from the Riggers to the Toronto Rock last month -- be a perfect guy to have around as Toth tries to take back his crown as the Calgary Roughnecks' all-time goal-scoring leader?

After all, Ratcliff is the guy who currently holds that honour.

"You know what, I haven't even thought about it," Toth said. "Lewis is an unreal player. He's a very gifted lacrosse player. He can do everything -- he can score, he can pass.

"I wish him the best of luck. To get my record back? I'm not concerned about records, I just want to win.Winning championships are the only records that I want."

Ratcliff was shipped east for Josh Sanderson, and departed for T.O. with 210 career goals as a Roughneck.

But after a dominant performance last night against the Edmonton Rush, Toth is sitting at 207 and in position to take back the title. The talented forward scored four times and added five assists in a 18-7 Roughnecks romp.

Asked about the last time he's put up so many points in one outing, Toth, who was a healthy scratch during an offensive skid earlier this season, admitted he wasn't too sure.

"It's been awhile. It definitely hasn't been this year, so it was nice to finally break out of the slump," Toth said.

"But, to be honest with you, the team just played great around me. My goals were created because guys got me open and my assists were because guys finished their shots.

"It's nice to gets the points like that, but it's better to get the win."


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