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Catch the Rush

Catch the Rush
From my very first Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse game back in 2016 -- which also happened to be my first-ever introduction to lacrosse -- I was hooked!  The athleticism, the energy, the music, and the crowd of fans pounding their chests had me charged up and eager for more.


If you haven't been to a Rush game before, it's more than just lacrosse. It's a fun party surrounding a great fast-paced game. Make sure you show up at least 30 minutes in advance for the pre-game show.  

My kids have both loved it from the beginning as well. Following most games there's a free post-game autograph session and the ability to take pictures with their favourite players and the team's mascot Bruiser. Simply head to the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association booth on the main concourse to receive a wristband and a free Rush team poster before the game.


A Rush game has been a popular birthday party destination for many in my son's circle of friends. If you fill out the online request form, they will display a happy birthday wish on the jumbotron during the game. There are also birthday party packages that include tickets DQ blizzards and goody bags that may even be delivered by Bruiser during the game.

If you haven't tried a Rush game yet this season, I would highly recommend it. There are two regular season home games in February, two in March and three in April. Click here for the full schedule. 

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