By: Riley Pollock – 14.02.24

The Riggers picked up a huge win in Toronto Saturday taking down the Rock 11-10 and handing them just their second loss of the season in the process.

There were some firsts as well as some milestones hit since we last looked at the numbers so let’s find out what has changed.



Riggers defender Harrison Matsuoka has scored three times this season, including two on Saturday. He has already set a career high in goals having scored three total in his first two seasons prior to this one.



Haiden Dickson leads the Roughnecks with 17 goals. He’s just five goals away from breaking his career high of 22 set last year. He also needs four points to get to 100.



Josh Currier could play in his 100th game on Sunday against Halifax. He has 124 goals and 247 points in his career.



Liam LeClair has three points already this season for the Riggers. Usually a stay-at home defenceman, LeClair is just one point away from setting a career high.



Riggers captain Jesse King is six goals away from 150 in his career. He has 14 in eight games played so far this season. Six goals would also mean his sixth 20-goal season in the NLL.

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