Roughnecks Goalie

By: Riley Pollock – 25.04.24

It’s the end of the season for the Roughnecks as they fell just short of a playoff spot.

The end was exciting however as they had a huge 11-9 comeback win over Panther City in front of more than 14,000 fans at the Rough House. Many players had record setting seasons.

For one last time, let’s take a look at the numbers.



Zach Currier now has 1,156 loose-balls in his career and became the all-time Roughnecks leader in that category this season, passing Jeff Shattler (1,106). Currier had 184 loose balls this season which was second in the NLL.



With 50 faceoff wins this year, Zach Currier moved into fourth all-time in faceoff victories by a Roughneck with 175.



Christian Del Bianco beat his own NLL record for minutes played this season with 1,081-minutes and 56-seconds played. Passing the old record of 1,080:32. He is also now the Roughnecks all-time leader with 5,897:17 minutes played.



CDB also made the fourth-most saves in a season in 2024 with 742. He beat his personal record of 719 set in the 2019 season.



Del Bianco had 19 assists this year which tied his career-high from last season. He now has 92-points in his career, just two away from passing Steve Dietrich for fourth all-time by a goaltender.



With his eight wins this season CDB is now the all-time Roughnecks leaders for career wins  with 53, passing Mike Poulin’s 52.



Jesse King hit a career-high 105 points this season, good for seventh in the league. He surpassed the 100 he scored last year.



Tyler Pace notched 86 points, which is his career high. He also set a new mark for goals with 36 this year.



Tanner Cook continues his upwards trajectory, finishing the season with a career-high 65 points. He has improved on his point total in each of his first three seasons in the NLL.

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