(Photo: Larry Palumbo)

It was their toughest test yet.

And Team Canada persevered, improving to 4-0 after defeating the Iroquois Nationals 19-12 at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in Langley, B.C., Monday night.

Trailing 7-6 at halftime, Team Canada pulled together to outscore the Iroquois 13-5 in the final two frames.

Curtis ‘Superman’ Dickson led Roughnecks on our National team in scoring with four goals and three assists. Dane Dobbie netted four points in the game (2g,2a) while Zach Currier posted one helper.

Team Canada now has a few days off before heading into tournament playoffs. They’ll take on a yet-to-be decided opponent on Thursday at 9 p.m. MT.

To watch Team Canada’s 2019 WILC games, click here.