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Roughnecks throw a St. Patrick's Day party at the 'Dome as they defeat Rush 11-6 in front of 17K fans

The Roughnecks celebrate in a St. Patrick's Day game against the Saskatchewan Rush. (Photo: Twitter@NLLRoughnecks) The Roughnecks celebrate in a St. Patrick's Day game against the Saskatchewan Rush. (Photo: Twitter@NLLRoughnecks)
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The biggest St. Patrick's Day party in the city was at the Saddledome Friday night, as 17,444 fans watched the Calgary Roughnecks defeat the Saskatchewan Rush 11-6.

Jesse King scored four, Tyler Pace three and Dan Taylor, Jeff Cornwall, Tanner Cook and Kyle Waters each scored a single goal.

Christian Del Bianco stopped 32 of 38 shots to claim the victory for the Roughnecks, and passed 3,000 career saves.

The Roughnecks improved their record to 9-4, with five games left in the regular season.

Next up for the Roughnecks is a return match with the Rush on Saturday, March 25.

The Roughnecks return to the Saddledome Saturday April 8.

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