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2009 Toronto Rock Division 6th East 2009 record 6-10 Home record 3-5 Road record 3-5 Goals for 194 Goals against 218 General Manager Mike Kloepfer Coach Jamie Batley Glenn Clark Captain Chris Driscoll Alternate captains Blaine Manning Lewis Ratcliff Arena Air Canada Centre Average attendance 11,623 Team leaders Goals Lewis Ratcliff (34) Assists Blaine Manning (42) Points Luke Wiles (69) Penalties in minutes Craig Conn (52) Loose Balls Rob Marshall (116) Wins Bob Watson (6) Goals against average Bob Watson (13.16) ← 2008 season 2010 season → The Toronto Rock are a lacrosse team based in Toronto playing in the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The 2009 season was the 13th in franchise history, and 12th as the Rock. On November 6, 2008, the Rock announced that veteran Chris Driscoll would be the new team captain, replacing the retired Jim Veltman.[1] Only three games into the season, the Rock fired head coach Glenn Clark and assistant coach Terry Bullen and hired former Chicago Shamrox and Colorado Mammoth coach Jamie Batley as the new head coach. Assistant coach Jim Veltman was relieved of his coaching duties, but remained with the Rock as an advisor.[2] After winning their first game of the season, the Rock won only once in their next eight games before a three-game winning streak gave fans some hope that the season was not lost. However, three straight losses forced the Rock out of the playoffs for the second straight year. Rock President Brad Watters said that the team "drastically under-delivered", and vowed to make whatever changes were necessary to fix the team.[3] Contents 1 Regular season 1.1 Conference standings 1.2 Game log 2 Player stats 2.1 Runners (Top 10) 2.2 Goaltenders 3 Transactions 3.1 New players 3.2 Players not returning 3.3 Trades 3.4 Entry draft 4 Roster 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Regular season Conference standings East Division W L GB PCT Home Road GF GA y-New York Titans 10 6 - .625 5-3 5-3 190 180 x-Buffalo Bandits 10 6 - .625 5-3 5-3 223 170 x-Boston Blazers 10 6 - .625 4-4 6-2 181 168 x-Rochester Knighthawks 7 9 3 .438 6-2 1-7 169 197 e-Philadelphia Wings 7 9 3 .438 4-4 3-5 188 193 e-Toronto Rock 6 10 4 .375 3-5 3-5 194 218 West Division                 y-Calgary Roughnecks 12 4 - .750 5-3 7-1 206 167 x-Portland LumberJax 9 7 3 .563 4-4 5-3 181 177 x-San Jose Stealth 7 9 5 .438 5-3 2-6 200 185 x-Colorado Mammoth 7 9 5 .438 4-4 3-5 172 184 e-Minnesota Swarm 6 10 6 .375 2-6 4-4 174 198 e-Edmonton Rush 5 11 7 .313 4-4 1-7 159 200 x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, e - eliminated from playoff contention Game log Reference: [1] # Date Opponent Score Location OT Attendance Record 1 January 3 @ New York BankAtlantic Center W 15 - 14 5,733 1-0 2 January 10 Buffalo Air Canada Centre L 8 - 6 15,923 1-1 3 January 17 Calgary Air Canada Centre L 16 - 9 12,865 1-2 4 January 31 @ Rochester Blue Cross Arena L 13 - 11 7,088 1-3 5 February 7 Edmonton Air Canada Centre W 16 - 9 13,468 2-3 6 February 14 @ Buffalo HSBC Arena L 25 - 10 18,690 2-4 7 February 20 Buffalo Air Canada Centre L 17 - 16 OT 12,844 2-5 8 February 27 Minnesota Air Canada Centre L 13 - 10 13,324 2-6 9 February 28 @ Rochester Blue Cross Arena L 18 - 10 6,739 2-7 10 March 14 @ Boston TD Banknorth Garden W 9 - 8 OT 6,485 3-7 11 March 21 Rochester Air Canada Centre W 16 - 10 14,812 4-7 12 March 27 @ Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome W 12 - 10 10,586 5-7 13 March 28 @ Edmonton Rexall Place L 16 - 12 7,356 5-8 14 April 3 Boston Air Canada Centre L 14 - 13 12,884 5-9 15 April 11 @ Philadelphia Wachovia Center L 16 - 14 11,924 5-10 16 April 18 San Jose Air Canada Centre W 15 - 11 15,252 6-10 Player stats Reference: [2] Runners (Top 10) Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; LB = Loose Balls; PIM = Penalty Minutes Player GP G A Pts LB PIM Luke Wiles 16 33 36 69 76 8 Lewis Ratcliff 16 34 34 68 68 8 Blaine Manning 16 20 42 62 68 22 Jason Crosbie 15 12 38 50 83 6 Kasey Beirnes 15 23 15 38 86 12 Craig Conn 11 14 18 32 68 52 Rob Marshall 16 8 15 23 116 8 Chris Driscoll 16 7 15 22 104 20 Bill McGlone 11 8 9 17 49 4 Totals 289 483 347 1126 31 Goaltenders Note: GP = Games Played; MIN = Minutes; W = Wins; L = Losses; GA = Goals Against; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average Player GP MIN W L GA Sv% GAA Bob Watson 16 820:46 6 8 180 .745 13.16 Steve Dietrich 4 48:39 0 1 11 .800 13.57 Mike Attwood 8 46:31 0 0 16 .600 20.64 Curtis Palidwor 1 45:26 0 1 10 .615 13.21 Totals 6 10 218 .736 13.63 Transactions New players Craig Conn - acquired in dispersal draft Jason Crosbie - signed as free agent Stephen Hoar - acquired in trade Luke Wiles - acquired in trade Players not returning Mike Poulin - taken in expansion draft Jamie Taylor - released Matt Taylor - released Jim Veltman - retired Trades March 17, 2009[4] To Toronto Rock Steve Dietrich To Edmonton Rush Second round pick, 2009 entry draft March 7, 2009[5] To Toronto Rock Second round pick, 2010 entry draft To Colorado Mammoth Curtis Palidwor February 26, 2009[6] To Toronto Rock Curtis Palidwor To Colorado Mammoth Second round pick, 2010 entry draft January 14, 2009[7] To Toronto Rock First round pick, 2009 entry draft Second round pick, 2010 entry draft To Edmonton Rush Ryan Benesch Derek Suddons September 7, 2008[8] To Toronto Rock Luke Wiles Stephen Hoar To Rochester Knighthawks Aaron Wilson first round pick, 2009 entry draft (from Toronto) To San Jose Stealth first round pick, 2008 entry draft (from Rochester) Entry draft The 2008 NLL Entry Draft took place on September 7, 2008.[9] The Rock selected the following players: Round Overall Player College/Club 2 17 Mike Fleming Robert Morris College 3 28 Nick Rose Orangeville, ON 5 53 Derrick Gordon Orillia, ON 6 66 Tommy Hurley Burlington, ON Roster 2009 Toronto Rock roster Active (23-man) roster Inactive roster Coaches Goaltenders  1 Steve Dietrich 29 Bob Watson Defensemen 37 Scott Campbell 23 Matt Carroll 93 Chris Driscoll (C)  4 Jeff Gilbert 44 Stephen Hoar 25 Mike Hobbins 27 Peter Lough 14 Rob Marshall 22 Cam Woods Forwards 33 Kasey Beirnes 20 Jason Clark  8 Craig Conn 54 Jason Crosbie 81 Michael Fleming 16 Blaine Manning (A) 10 Bill McGlone 42 Lewis Ratcliff (A)  5 Mark Scherman 18 Josh Wasson 15 Luke Wiles Transition 12 Chad Thompson Practice Squad 43 Mike Attwood  0 Derrick Gordon Injured Reserve 17 Nick Carson Head Coach Jamie Batley Assistant Coaches Jim Milligan Bob Keast Legend * Suspended list (C) Captain (A) Alternate captain NLL Transactions See also 2009 NLL season References ^ "Rock Announce Chris Driscoll as New Captain". Toronto Rock web site. November 6, 2008. http://www.torontorock.com/index.php?module=newser&func=display&nid=423. Retrieved 2008-11-06.  ^ "Toronto Rock hire new coaching staff". TorontoRock.com. January 20, 2009. http://torontorock.com/index.php/article/toronto-rock-hire-new-coaching-staff. Retrieved 2009-01-20.  ^ Girard, Daniel (April 19, 2009). "Rock boss vows big changes as woeful season finally ends". The Toronto Star (Toronto, Ontario). http://www.thestar.com/Sports/Lacrosse/article/620844.  ^ "Recap of Trade Deadline Moves". NLL.com. March 17, 2009. http://www.nll.com/article.php?id=3855. Retrieved 2009-03-17.  ^ "Curtis Palidwor Returns to Colorado Mammoth". TorontoRock.com. March 7, 2009. http://torontorock.com/index.php/article/curtis-palidwor-returns-to-colorado-mammoth. Retrieved 2009-03-17.  ^ "Rock Acquire Palidwor from Mammoth". NLL.com. February 26, 2009. http://www.nll.com/article.php?id=3818. Retrieved 2009-03-17.  ^ "Rock Trade Benesch & Suddons to Rush". NLL.com. January 14, 2009. http://nll.com/article.php?id=3724. Retrieved 2009-01-15.  ^ "Draft Day Blockbuster; Wilson, Wiles traded". NLL.com. September 7, 2008. http://nll.com/article.php?id=3586. Retrieved 2008-09-07.  ^ "Daryl Veltman Selected First By Boston". NLL.com. September 7, 2008. http://www.nll.com/article.php?id=3551. Retrieved 2008-09-08.  External links Outsider's Guide - 2009 Archive v · d · eToronto Rock seasons 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 Bold indicates Champion's Cup winner 1998 season played as the Ontario Raiders v · d · e2009 NLL season by team East Boston • Buffalo • New York • Philadelphia • Rochester • Toronto West Calgary • Colorado • Edmonton • Minnesota • Portland • San Jose