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Saskatchewan Rush In The News


The Sask Rush present the Randy Couture Monster Truck, Sat, August 22nd 2015 at Dakota Dunes Casino

The Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club will be driving the Randy Couture Monster Truck to the casino to coincide with Randy’s appearance. The Saskatchewan Rush monster truck embodies the power and strength of the UFC icon; it comes complete with a 540 cubic inch blowing motor and produces 1350 horse power.

Mr. Bruce Urban, Owner/Governor, is excited to announce today that his National Lacrosse League franchise is relocating to Saskatoon and will be known as the Saskatchewan Rush.

This move takes effect immediately and the Saskatchewan Rush will be part of the 2016 National Lacrosse League with their goal set on defending the Champion’s Cup title won this past June when the franchise was located in Edmonton.

Genier joins Rush as new President

In addition to announcing the move to Saskatoon, the Rush are pleased to announce that Lee Genier has been named the team’s new President.

Prior to joining the Rush, Genier oversaw the Calgary Stampeders and his leadership guided the team to becoming the flagship franchise of the Canadian Football League. During Genier’s tenure with the Stampeders, the team won three Grey Cup titles and had the largest season-ticket base in the entire league.