The Rush closed out their regular season schedule on a winning note with an 11-10 victory over the Calgary Roughnecks at home last night. In the win, Mark Matthews set a new NLL single-season record for assists with 84 and broke his own franchise record for points in a season with 116. “I think it’s pretty cool I guess, obviously when you can set a record, it’s going to be cool no matter what it is but…um it’s all to do with the guys on out team. I mean, I don’t, I don’t get an assist if someone doesn’t score.” said Matthews following the game. “The biggest thing for Mark is he is such an unselfish player,” said Rush General Manager and Head Coach Derek Keenan. “He could care less about goals, assists and points. He only cares about wins and winning championships.” The Rush got of to a quick start with a 2-0 lead through the first quarter as Matthews set up Ben McIntosh and Jeff Shattler followed that up as he got behind the Calgary defence to bury a shot five-hole. In the third, Robert Church and Ben McIntosh scored 16 seconds apart to put the Rush ahead 7-5. As for goalie Evan Kirk, he made a total of 36 saves in the 11-10 home victory. The Rush will have a week off to prepare for the one-game West Division Final that they will host on Thursday, May 10th as they go on the hunt for their third Champion’s Cup title. Saskatchewan will play the winner of the one-game West Semifinal set for next Saturday in Denver as the Colorado Mammoth host Calgary.