The Rapid City Rush faced off against one of the top teams in the league for a 3-game series.
It’s the Sights of the Game, presented by Black Hills Regional Eye Institute.
A recap of the opening weekend roadie against the Utah Grizzlies.
On Marvel/Scout Night the Rapid City Rush held tough in a low-scoring, defensive game to top the Utah Grizzlies 2-1 and sweep the weekend series.
Kenton Miller, Jack Walker, and Tyler Deresky led a furious charge for the Rapid City Rush, but their large lead was cut by the Utah Grizzlies, who’s rally was cut short, leading to a 6-5 Rush win on Friday night.
The Rapid City Rush held their first ever mid-week morning game Wednesday. After a back-and-forth contest over the first 40+ minutes of action the Rush were able to pull away from the visiting Utah Grizzlies for a 6-3 “WaTiki Win”.
In a back-and-forth contest the Utah Grizzlies pulled away in the 3rd period to claim a 6-3 win over the Rapid City Rush on Sunday and avoid the weekend sweep.
After escaping with a narrow win in overtime Friday night the Rapid City Rush came out firing on all cylinders and earned a full-team victory, beating the Utah Grizzlies 8-3 Saturday night for their annual “Rush Fights Cancer” game.
Peter Sivak continued his success against his former club with a hat trick and an assist to lead the Rapid City Rush to a 4-3 overtime win over the visiting Utah Grizzlies Friday night.
The Rapid City Rush regained their composure after being swept by the Eagles to start their four-game stretch against the Utah Grizzlies with a gritty 3-1 victory on Monday afternoon.
The Rapid City Rush and Utah Grizzlies continued their suspended game from Friday night. While the Grizzles started the 2nd period with a 3-1 advantage it was the Rush who celebrated a 7-5 decision Sunday afternoon and a weekend sweep.