Rush Take Game One of Western Finals

May 16, 2015

The Edmonton Rush have taken a 1-0 lead in the NLL Western Division Finals over the Calgary Roughnecks with a 10-8 victory. Tonight’s battle of two Alberta teams lived up to its pregame hype, and then some.   Both squads showed enormous intensity as they played a hard fought game one of a two game plus a 10-minute tie breaking mini game if needed series.   The first half of…


NLL Playoff Bye Week Report: Edmonton Rush

May 8, 2015

The Edmonton Rush have the week off as they sit back and enjoy a well-earned break from action. They will resume their season and prepare for the winner of this Saturday’s Semi-Final playoff between the Colorado Mammoth and the Calgary Roughnecks at the Pepsi Center in Colorado. While the Rush do not have any serious injuries, the time off will give the players time to rest and heal from the…


Rush Close Season With Win in Colorado

May 3, 2015

The Edmonton Rush played their final game of the season on the road against the Colorado Mammoth and 16,239 Mammoth faithful last night at the Pepsi Center in Denver. They came away with a 13-10 victory to send them into the playoffs firing on all cylinders. The Rush had first place in the West locked up weeks ago and were looking to finish off the season playing solid Lacrosse. They…


Rush and Mammoth Battle in Potential Playoff Preview

May 1, 2015

The fine-tuning continues for the Edmonton Rush and the Colorado Mammoth as they square off at The Pepsi Center in Denver on Saturday night in what may possibly be a preview of the Western Division Final. Coach Derek Keenan would like to see his team put forth the same effort as they did last week when the pounded the Minnesota Swarm 16-2 at the Xcel Energy Center. The Rush played…


Carlson Leads Rush Past Swarm

April 26, 2015

The Edmonton Rush played a textbook road game in Minnesota in front of 8,013 at the Xcel Energy Center as they continue to fine tune for the playoffs with a 16-12 win over the Swarm. The Rush started back up goalie Tyler Carlson in place of the resting Aaron Bold. Carlson made 30 saves en route to his first win of the season as a starter for Edmonton. The rest…


Rush Have Home Field to Play For Against Swarm

April 25, 2015

Although the Edmonton Rush have secured a home game at Crystal Glass Field for the West Division Final they still have some unfinished business to take care of. The Rush still have a mathematical chance to clinch first overall in the NLL and have home field advantage for the Champions Cup if they happen to advance to the final. For them to do so, they must win their remaining two…


Rush Clinch West Title With Win Over Mammoth

April 19, 2015

In a game that had a playoff atmosphere the Edmonton Rush defeated the Colorado Mammoth 13-12 in an exciting contest that saw the Rush clinch the Western Division title. Before the 7,645 faithful Rush fans had a chance to settle in their seats the Mammoth had taken a 1-0 lead on a goal by Jeremy Noble. It didn’t take long for Ben McIntosh to tie the game on a pass…


Rush and Mammoth Battle As Top West Teams

April 18, 2015

It will be fan appreciation night at Crystal Glass Field in Edmonton when the Rush takes on the Colorado Mammoth on Saturday night. The Rush and their fans would like nothing better than to celebrate with a victory that would give them first place overall in the Western Division. If they secure first place in the West with a win against Colorado they will get home field advantage and a…


Rush Complete Weekend Sweep Of Stealth

April 5, 2015

The Edmonton Rush completed a weekend sweep of the Vancouver Stealth with a blow out win Saturday evening at Langley Events Centre in front of 3,365 disappointed Stealth faithful. After an exciting overtime thriller on Friday back in Edmonton, the Rush made sure there would be no extra time tonight. Although Edmonton got off to a slow start they managed to eventually take command of the game and clinch themselves…


Rush Play Improves, But Long Way To Go

March 13, 2015

As we approach the midway point of the 2015 NLL season the Edmonton Rush are 4-4. Certainly a far cry from their 8-0 record they had at the same point in the 2014 season. After starting with a 0-2 record many questions were being asked of the team. What wrong with the Rush defence? Why isn’t the offence firing on all cylinders? Have they lost their edge over the rest…