The red-hot Riggers had a bye last weekend after beating the San Jose Stealth 16-13 Jan. 26 at the Saddledome.
The Swarm lost to the undefeated Buffalo Bandits 10-9 at home Jan. 26 and also enjoyed a bye on Super Bowl weekend.
This is the third meeting in history between the pair and they split the first two, both of which were at the Saddledome.
The Swarm won 12-8 in 2006, while the Riggers beat Minnesota 15-14 in 2007. The Swarm moved into the West Division this off-season, so Calgary will visit Minnesota for the first time March 28.
CALGARY -- F Curt Malawsky is on a run of three straight games in which he's recorded hat-tricks. The oldest Rigger leads the team with 11 goals in four games.
MINNESOTA -- F Dean Hill and F Kevin Ross both had four-point games in the loss to Buffalo. Ross leads the Swarm with 14 points in three games.
POWERPLAY -- Calgary: 53.5% (15-28, 2nd in NLL); Minnesota: 46.2% (6-13, 8th).
PENALTY KILLING -- Calgary: 41.2% (10-17, 12th); Minnesota: 63.6% (4-11, 3rd).
Roughnecks D Bruce Codd is in the process of moving to Calgary and will take a job as technical director of the Alberta Lacrosse Association. Codd currently resides in Ontario and coached the Minto Cup-champion Orangeville Northmen this past summer ... Roughnecks F Josh Sanderson needs just two points to pass Tom Marechek and move into fourth place on the NLL's all-time regular-season points list ... Riggers T Nolan Heavenor had a viral infection last weekend and will be a game-time decision. Heavenor battled food poisoning three weeks ago but managed to recover and hasn't missed a game ... The Roughnecks can extend their win streak to a franchise-best five games with a victory.