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The Calgary Roughnecks were awarded an expansion franchise in the National Lacrosse League in 2001. Since then, the Roughnecks have established themselves as one of the premier organizations in the NLL.

The team has captured the coveted Champions Cup twice, most recently in May of 2009, when they defeated the New York Titans 12-10 at the Scotiabank Saddledome. In 2004, the Roughnecks won their first National Lacrosse League Championship with a 14-11 victory over the Buffalo Bandits in front of more than 19,000 screaming fans.

The 2009 season was also memorable for another reason; after starting out the season with five straight wins, the Roughnecks went on to finish with a league leading 12-4 record, giving the Calgary club home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

In 2012, the Roughnecks duplicated a franchise best with a league-leading 12-4 regular-season record, highlighted by a six-game winning streak from March 9 to April 6. Following a successful regular-season, the team advanced to the playoffs for the tenth consecutive year.

In 2014, the Roughnecks captured the hearts of the city with a dramatic playoff run that included two thrilling come-from-behind overtime victories as Calgary marched all the way to the Champions Cup Final against the Rochester Knighthawks. The Roughnecks fell short after splitting the two-game series, they dropped a 3-2 mini-game tiebreaker.

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555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary, T2G 2W1

403-777-2177 | 403-777-3695 | Email

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555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary, T2G 2W1

403-777-2177 | 403-777-3695 | Email


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