Kaleb Toth is on the final ballot to be inducted into the NLL Hall of Fame.
The National Lacrosse League announced today that former Roughnecks star Kaleb Toth has been selected as one of six finalists on the NLL Hall of Fame Class of 2013 ballot.
Toth, a native of Calgary, Alberta, was an integral member of the Calgary Roughnecks from 2002-12. Over his 11 seasons with the Roughnecks, the four-time NLL all-star (2002, 2004, 2005 and 2006) set regular season offensive records in most goals (274), assists (354), points (628) and game-winning goals (15).
In addition to leading the Roughnecks to two National Lacrosse League Championships (2004 and 2009) and one with the Toronto Rock (2000), Toth has established the club’s franchise record for most playoff assists (34) and is second in games played (16), goals (22), power play goals (5), loose balls (60) and points (56).
On March 2, Toth became the first inductee in the “Forever A Roughneck” program, a distinction that recognizes his contributions to the game of lacrosse both on the floor and in the Calgary community.
Pat McCready, Pat O'Toole, Chris Driscoll, Regy Thorpe and the 1993 Buffalo Bandits team join Toth on the Hall of Fame ballot. The 2013 inductee(s) will be announced next week following a vote by the league's Hall of Fame committee.