Kaleb Toth (Player) –
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Kaleb Toth played his minor lacrosse in Calgary. Toth played two seasons of Junior “A” with the Burnaby Lakers of the BCLA winning a Minto Cup in 1998. Over two seasons with the Lakers, Kaleb Toth netted 118 goals, added 111 assists for a total of 229 points in 52 games.
Kaleb began his WLA career in 1999 with the Victoria Shamrocks where he was a member of Mann Cup championship team. In addition, Toth was awarded both Rookie of the Year and Most Sportsmanlike Player in the 1999 season.
After four seasons with Victoria, Kaleb Toth played seven seasons with Nanaimo. During his 11 seasons of WLA lacrosse, Kaleb played 162 games, scoring 281 goals, along with 365 assists for a total of 544 points. Throughout his career, he was reputed to have one of the hardest shots in the WLA.
Along with his WLA career, Kaleb played thirteen seasons in the NLL (two with the Toronto Rock and eleven with the Calgary Roughnecks) tallying 744 points in 194 games. Toth played on the NLL Champions Cup team in 2000, 2004 and 2009.
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