The Rapid City Rush hosted a special night to honor Native American Heritage.
The event included Academy Award nominated actor Graham Greene speaking with the team, Native American Drum performance, ceremonial puck drop, special anthem performance and Native American Dance performance.
- Academy Award nominated actor Graham Greene will be in attendance for the team’s Dances with Wolves Night on Nov. 20, honoring Native American heritage. Greene will be holding a meet-and-greet with fans in the club level prior to the game. Additionally, there will be a premium package for $125 that gets fans access to a Rush suite to watch the game with Greene. Food and beverage will be included and only 12 spots are available.
- Former Rush captain Winston Day Chief will be in attendance for Dances with Wolves Night. Day Chief played four seasons for the Rush from 2012-16 and was Rapid City’s captain for the 2015-16 season. During his time in the Black Hills, he suited up for 202 games and had 63 goals and 86 assists. An indigenous Canadian forward, Day Chief connected with the Native American population during his time in Rapid City and was a fan favorite over his time with the Rush. He will also participate in the meet-and-greet with Graham Greene prior to the game on Saturday from 5:00 – 6:00 PM in the Singh Contracting Club Level.