The Rapid City Rush ended their season series with the Idaho Steelheads with a light roster but fought until the final horn as they continued to look at building a stronger lines for the 2018-19 season.
The Idaho Steelheads out on an all-around clinic against the visiting Rapid City Rush Friday night, as the home team found the sweet spot on offense and netminder Tomas Sholl continued to achieve perfection between the pipes.
Meeting for the final series of the season the Rapid City Rush and Idaho Steelheads put on a defensive clinic between the pipes, pushing the contest to a shootout before a winner would finally be decided.
Friday night saw the lucky bounces go the Thunder's way but they flipped the script for St Patrick's Day as the Rush held off a furious Thunder rally to edge Wichita in extra time 4-3 to split the weekend series.
The visiting Wichita Thunder got a visit from the own personal leprechaun on Friday night, receiving the gift of a timely bounce to counter the rally from the Rapid City Rush and escape with a much needed win.
It was a do-or-die game for both the Allen Americans, who were playing to retain their playoff positioning, and the Rapid City Rush, who were looking to keep their slim playoff chances alive.
https://embed.sendtonews.com/player2/embedcode.php?SC=jermgwuYuF-382084-7655&autoplay=off&sound=on RAPID CITY, SD — The visiting Colorado Eagles edged their longtime rivals Rapid City Rush 2-1 on Saturday night in their final tilt ever in the...
A three-point night by Peter Sivak looked to power the Rapid City Rush to a win but Matt Register forces overtime giving the Colorado Eagles the chance to come away with the 4-3 shootout win Friday night.