I am still hoping for comment from the league about the return of Ryan Menei to the Rapid City lineup tonight. I know he will be in warmups; we'll see if he actually goes.
The Rush were as surprised as anyone Menei was able to come back. He has been without concussion symptoms for a couple days. Also, rookie Ryan Adams will make his professional debut for the Rush.
As for Rush goaltender Danny Battochio, who hasn't played since leaving after the first period of Game 2 with an undisclosed injury, is going to see how it goes in warmups.
The Rush lead the best-of-five Turner Conference semifinals 2-1.
I'm expecting around 7,000 fans at Memorial Coliseum tonight. Not bad, considering they had 32 hours to sell tickets.