|League||National Lacrosse League|
|Based in||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan|
|Colours||Green, black, white|
|Head coach||Derek Keenan & Jimmy Quinlan|
|General manager||Derek Keenan|
|Championships||(2) 2016, 2018|
|Division titles||(5) 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020|
The Saskatchewan Rush are a professional box lacrosse team based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Formerly the Edmonton Rush, they are members of the Western Division of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) and play their home games on Co-op Field at SaskTel Centre. The Rush have won the Champion's Cup twice since their move to Saskatchewan: their first season in 2016, and again in 2018.
The Edmonton Rush made their debut as an expansion team in the 2006 NLL season and twice reached the NLL final. After losing in 2012, they won the Champion's Cup in 2015. However, the team struggled to draw fans, faced competition from the Edmonton Oil Kings junior hockey team for fans, and were denied the ability to promote the Rush branding within Rexall Place by the Edmonton Oilers. Lacking any agreement with the City of Edmonton to play at its replacement, Rogers Place, owner Bruce Urban opted to relocate for the 2016 NLL season.
In 2017, the team reached a five-year sponsorship deal with Saskatoon Co-op, under which the team's venue is referred to as Co-op Field at SaskTel Centre during Rush games.
On May 10, 2021, the team announced that it had been sold to Mike Priestner, owner of the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League.
|Active (21-man) roster||Inactive roster||Coaches|
|2016||Western||13–5||1st||7–2||6–3||233||190||Derek Keenan||Won NLL Championship||11,736|
|2017||Western||12–6||1st||8–1||4–5||231||212||Derek Keenan||Lost NLL Finals||14,921|
|2018||Western||14–4||1st||6–3||8–1||254||196||Derek Keenan||Won NLL Championship||14,639|
|2019||Western||11–7||1st||7–2||4–5||222||202||Derek Keenan||Lost Western Division Semi-Finals||13,459|
|2020||Western||7–3*||1st||2–3||5–0||111||93||Derek Keenan||No Playoffs Held||12,007|
|2022||Western||8-10||4th||6-3||2-7||196||194||Jeff McComb / Derek Keenan, Jimmy Quinlan**||Did Not Qualify||8,743|
|Playoff Totals||4 appearances||9-4||6–2||3–2||171||146||2 championships||13,425|
* 2020 season ended in March 2020 because of COVID-19
**Before the 2022 season Derek Keenan stepped down as head coach. New hire Jeff McComb would go on to be fired mid-season. General Manager Derek Keenan and Offensive Coach Jimmy Quinlan became associate head coaches.
|2016||West Division Finals Game 1||Saskatchewan 16||Calgary 10|
|West Division Finals Game 2||Calgary 9||Saskatchewan 12|
|NLL Championship Game 1||Saskatchewan 11||Buffalo 9|
|NLL Championship Game 2||Buffalo 10||Saskatchewan 11|
|2017||West Division Finals Game 1||Saskatchewan 18||Colorado 9|
|West Division Finals Game 2||Colorado 10||Saskatchewan 11|
|NLL Finals Game 1||Saskatchewan 14||Georgia 18|
|NLL Finals Game 2||Georgia 15 OT||Saskatchewan 14|
|2018||West Division Finals||Calgary 13||Saskatchewan 15|
|NLL Finals Game 1||Rochester 9||Saskatchewan 16|
|NLL Finals Game 2||Saskatchewan 8||Rochester 13|
|NLL Finals Game 3||Rochester 10||Saskatchewan 15|
|2019||West Division Semi-Finals||Colorado 11 OT||Saskatchewan 10|
Note: This list does not include head coaches from the Edmonton Rush.
|3||Derek Keenan, Jimmy Quinlan||2022||4||4||0||1.000||-||-||-||-|
First Round Selections
Regarding local broadcasts, the Rush reached a deal with CKBL-FM (radio) and SaskTel MaxTV (TV) to broadcast its 2016 Western Conference playoff games. CKBL-FM also broadcast the 2016 National Lacrosse League Finals between the Rush and the Buffalo Bandits with John Fraser calling play-by-play and Casey Guerin as colour commentator. For 2017-2019, The Saskatchewan Rush came to a local radio agreement with Saskatoon Media Group that would see all home, away and playoff games broadcast on CJMK-FM (98COOL-FM) for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons with play by play by Tanner Fetch, and return to CKBL-FM (92.9 The Bull) for 2018-2019 with Dave Thomas as the radio voice of the Rush. Also for the 2018-2019 season, a bi-weekly 30 minute TV program on the Saskatchewan Rush will be broadcast on Saturday mornings by Global Saskatoon and Global Regina, produced and hosted by Daniella Ponticelli.  All Saskatchewan Rush games are telecast through Bleacher Report's B/R Live in both Canada and the United States. For the Rush home games in Saskatoon, Ryan Flaherty is the play-by-play announcer, Former Vancouver Stealth play-by-play announcer Jake Elliott is the colour commentator, and Daniella Ponticelli is in-between team benches as the floor reporter.
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