By: Riley Pollock – 13.03.24

The Roughnecks return home for the St. Patrick’s Day Party on Friday (TICKETS). The Riggers lost two-straight games on the road and will look to battle back into a playoff spot this weekend.

There are some big milestones lined up for the weekend as well as a few players on pace for career years. Let’s take a look at the numbers heading into Week 16.


Christian Del Bianco is having another insane season passing the ball. He leads the league in assists by a goalie with 15, and is just four behind his career high of 19. The league record 23 and Del Bianco is currently on pace for 22.5.


Jesse King is averaging 6.16 points per game and is on pace for a career high 111. He sits seventh in NLL points with 74 and second in assists with 53.


Zach Currier is three loose balls away from 1,100 in his career. He had 10 last week in Georgia and should hit the milestone by halftime.


Logan Schuss made his Roughnecks debut Friday against Georgia. He finished with two assists after being sidelined for more than a year due to a knee injury. He sits just three-points away from 550 heading into this weekend.


The Roughnecks have won four of their last five St. Patrick’s Day Party games at home. They’ve outscored their opponents 61-51 over those five games with three of the five games being decided by two goals or less.

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