Another great local article: http://thestarphoenix.com/sports/local-sports/saskatoon-and-the-nll-its-been-quite-a-rush Seems like the only complaint is the loud music played throughout the game. My own personal view is blast the music during play stoppages but not during the actual game. The players and fans should concentrate on the action. Less of a circus, more of a pro sporting event. Can you imagine blasting out "Jumpin' Jack Flash" at Wimbledon? Plenty of comments in other forums about how the current NLL game is less entertaining than it used to be. Saskatoon so far has got to be proof in point that the game as it is today can draw plenty of fans and bucketfulls of entertainment value. How many fans stick with the team next year, or stick with the team if they have a sub-par season will have to remain to be seen. All I know is that this is a relatively young team with top draft picks in the next few seasons and they will not be out of the hunt for playoffs for the next 5 years at least. If this team manages to clinch another league title this year, the roof is coming off the arena in Toon town and the rest of Canada is going to take notice. I am hoping for the Rush to repeat again this year a) because they are a good team and b) because the impact it will have on moving lacrosse into the collective Canadian sport consciousness will be enormous. No Canadian hockey teams in the NHL playoffs this year - maybe CBC should broadcast a Rush playoff game.