Rock re-acquire GM's son

Josh Sanderson of the Calgary Roughnecks celebrates a goal against the Philadelphia Wings. (Lyle...

Josh Sanderson of the Calgary Roughnecks celebrates a goal against the Philadelphia Wings. (Lyle Aspinall/QMI Agency)

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, Last Updated: 5:57 PM ET

TORONTO - Toronto Rock GM Terry Sanderson made a dispersal-draft day deal to bring a familiar face back into the fold on Friday afternoon.

The Rock brought Sanderson's son Josh back to the team as part of a trade with the Minnesota Swarm that sent defender Jeff Gilbert packing along with the ninth pick in the Boston Blazers' dispersal draft, 12th pick in the 2011 entry draft and a 2012 conditional first round pick.

Also acquired by Toronto was defender Nick Inch.

Sanderson, who played for the Rock between 2005-07, has been named to six NLL All-Pro teams and accumulated 954 career points through 176 regular season games in addition to 68 points in 13 playoff games.

Toronto used their second round dispersal draft pick to nab defender Jon Durno.


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