BOISE, Idaho - After a chippy Friday night (with three fights between the two squads), Rapid City and Idaho settled in Saturday for their third and final matchup of the week.
BOISE, Idaho - After losing three straight games to Utah at the tail end of a nine-game road swing, the Idaho Steelheads were more than ready to play in front of their home crowd for the first time in three and a half weeks.
Mountain Division games highlight the final eight weeks of the season for the Rapid City Rush.
Three weeks into the new year and the Boys from the Black Hills continue to ride some rough waves as they look to get back to the level of success they enjoyed in the early going this season..
Can the Rush regroup and regain their momentum in 2019?
Can the Rush maintain their presence in the Mountain Division?
We started with the South and North Divisions, and this installment takes us to the Mountain. Stay tuned for when we wrap things up with the Central.
RAPID CITY, S.D. - For the second straight night, the Rapid City Rush gave all they had to the Wichita Thunder. This time however, it was Wichita who went home happy thanks to two goals from Mark MacMillan.
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Two late third period goals would come back to haunt the Thunder on Friday night as they lost 4-3 in the shootout
BOISE, Idaho - When Rapid City Rush defenseman Riley Weselowski was looking to start his professional hockey career, he was just a 23-year-old, four-year graduate out of Bemidji State University in upstate Minnesota.