SASKATOON – The Saskatchewan Rush have locked up a veteran forward and leader.
On Tuesday, the club inked Ryan Keenan to a two-year contract, taking him through the 2024/25 season.
The 6’1 lefty forward posted 72 points last season, just one shy of his career high which was set back in 2018.
“I’m very excited to be with the Rush organization for the next two seasons. There’s no city I’d rather be playing in and no fans I’d rather be playing in front of,” – Keenan
Now with 107 games under his belt, 135 goals and 239 assists to his name, the National Lacrosse League champ will be looked upon to lead the charge with the youth movement in Saskatchewan.
“We have an extremely talented young group and I’m looking forward to bringing veteran leadership to the team for the next two years.”
Keenan was originally selected first overall in the 2016 Entry Draft. The Quinnipiac and Whitby Warrior alumni is heading into his seventh NLL season.