#17 Tracey Kelusky
BORN: 9/9/1975
HOME TOWN: Peterborough, Ont
ACQUIRED: From Calgary in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2011 NLL Entry Draft on October 6, 2010.

Passed Chris Gill and Ted Dowling for 10th all-time in NLL goal scoring (345); one goal behind Mike Accursi and Josh Sanderson for eighth… Scored five points (2+3) in consecutive games 4/8-4/9… Named game MVP after a three-point performance (3+1) at Minnesota (3/27); also added three loose balls and forced three turnovers… Scored season-high seven points (3+4) at Philadelphia (2/12), including his 700th career point… Notched four points (2+2), including the game-winning goal, at Philadelphia (1/15)… Scored the Bandits’ first goal of the season in his Bandit debut, added three assists at Calgary (1/8)… Playoffs: Scored a goal and recovered six loose balls vs. Boston (4/30)… Recorded four points (1+3) vs. Toronto (5/7).


Appeared in 13 games… Notched 10 power play goals and two short-handed goals… Scored at least three points in every game… Scored the game-winning goal in an eight-point performance (3+5) vs. Philadelphia (3/6)… Second of six active NLL players to pass Hall of Famer Jim Veltman in total career points, leaving Kelusky 11th all-time in NLL point-scoring (684)… Tied with Mike Accursi for 11th all-time in NLL goal-scoring (324). Playoffs: Collected five loose balls in one playoff game.


Finished the season second among Calgary runners in assists (53), points (84) and shots (133), and third in goals (31)… Tied for league lead with four short-handed goals… Notched eight power play goals and an NLL-leading 33 power play assists… Selected to participate in NLL All-Star Game. Playoffs: Led Calgary runners with nine goals in three games on the way to NLL Championship.


Missed nine games due to injury (concussion)… Scored in all seven games played. Playoffs: Ranked second on team in assists (7) and points (10).


Notched career-high 53 assists… Scored three short-handed goals… Only Calgary runner to post zero penalty minutes on the season… Selected to participate in NLL All-Star Game. Playoffs: Recorded four points (3+1) in one playoff game.


Recorded sixth consecutive season with more than 30 goals (35). Playoffs: Scored 8 points (4+4) in lone playoff game, including one power play goal and one short-handed goal.


Named MVP of first NLL All-Star Game after scoring three points (2+1)…Led Calgary runners in power play goals (16 – 2nd in NLL), short-handed goals (2) and total goals (45 - 3rd in NLL, career high)… Scored three power play goals vs. Arizona (4/3)… Finished regular season with 10-point performance (8+2) vs. Toronto (4/17) Playoffs: Scored five points (4+1) and took 12 shots in one game.


Tied for lead among Calgary runners with 37 assists… Led Calgary forwards in loose balls collected (73). Playoffs: Tied for team lead, scoring seven goals in three games… Won NLL Championship.


Selected first overall in Montreal Express dispersal draft… Appeared in 13 games for Calgary… Led Calgary runners in goals (37) and points (63). Playoffs: Appeared in first career NLL playoff game at Buffalo (4/26), scoring five points (3+2) and collecting nine loose balls in a 16-9 loss.


Recorded career-high 94 points (44+50)… Led Montreal runners in assists and points… Tied career high for loose balls (98), leading all Montreal forwards.


Selected first overall in NLL Entry Draft by Columbus… Appeared in first career game vs. New York (12/30)… Set career high with 98 loose balls collected, leading all Columbus forwards… Ranked second among Columbus runners in goals (24), assists (27) and points (51)… Logged career-high 20 penalty minutes… Named NLL Rookie of the Year.

VS.  Calgary Roughnecks
 January 09, 2016 - 07:30 PM 1 2 3 4 F
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