According to the Calgary Roughnecks website on Tuesday, the Calgary Roughnecks found room for one of their greatest players in the history of the organization to remain with the team in a builder's role.
The Roughnecks hired Kaleb Toth, who played with Calgary from 2002-2012, as their western scout. Toth will be one of the three western scouts for the Roughnecks and will join a list that includes Neil Doddridge and Ryan Williams. Dr. Duane Bratt, who spends his time as a high profile political science professor at Mount Royal University, is the Roughnecks' Alberta amateur scout, and Brian Beisel is the eastern scout.
Toth is the all-time leader for the Roughnecks in goals (274), assists (354) and points (628). He also was honoured this past year in the Roughnecks' "Forever a Roughneck program", and started his lacrosse coaching career with the Nanaimo Timbermen this past summer. Even though Toth was born in Calgary, expect him to do significant scouting in British Columbia as he and his family live in Ladysmith, British Columbia, which is located on the southeast portion of Vancouver Island.