Kaleb Toth

Kaleb Toth

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Kaleb Toth (born August 8, 1977 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian lacrosse player who plays for the Calgary Roughnecks in the National Lacrosse League.

Professional career

Toth was the second overall draft pick in the 1999 NLL draft by the Toronto Rock and he played with them for two seasons. A game winning goal by Toth in the last remaining second of play won the Rock their second straight Champion's Cup with a win over the Rochester Knighthawks in 2000. This goal was the last goal (in any sport) ever scored at Maple Leaf Gardens.

After the 2001 NLL season, Toth was traded to the expansion Calgary Roughnecks for first round draft pick Blaine Manning. A Calgary native, Toth played minor lacrosse with Calgary's Axemen Lacrosse Club. He then went on to play for the Victoria Shamrocks, where he was named both rookie of the year and most sportsmanlike player in 1999. That year he led the Western Lacrosse Association with 52 goals in 17 games and was third overall in scoring with 83 points. He also has a reputation for owning one of the hardest shots in the league, a skill he has confirmed by coming in near the top of several 'Hardest Shot' contests at NLL All-Star games.

Hockey career

Toth has also played hockey in the Western Hockey League (Prince Albert Raiders, Moose Jaw Warriors & Lethbridge Hurricanes) and ECHL (Baton Rouge Kingfish & Chesapeake Icebreakers).



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