Burnaby's Digger gives Riggers second straight win

Burnaby Lakers forward Tyler Digby wasted no time working on his third pro century.

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="400"]digby Tyler Digby scored his second straight game-winning goal for the Calgary Roughnecks. Garrett James photo[/caption]

Last week, the big right-hander helped the Calgary Roughnecks to their first win of the National Lacrosse League season, collecting his 200th career point against his former club the Vancouver Stealth.

On Friday, Digby was the player of the game in the Roughnecks' 14-12 win over the Colorado Mammoth in Denver.

Digby led Calgary with a six-point outing, including five goals, three of the markers coming in the second half.

Digby's fifth counter, coming in the opening two minutes of the final frame from Wesley Berg and Dane Dobbie, proved the game-winning goal, his NLL-best second consecutive game-winner of the season.

The 6-3, third-round pick of the Stealth in 2013, has the league-leading .381 shot percentage for players with more than 10 shots on goal with eight goals and 15 points in Calgary's first three games.

Digby's three power-play goals also shares top spot in league stats with a number of other players.

For the official game sheet, click here:  http://nll_stats.stats.pointstreak.com/boxscore.html?gameid=2965406