The Mavericks’ Garrett Bembridge (left) and the Rush’s Scott Brannon battled for the puck along the boards Saturday night at the Independence Events Center. The Mavericks won the game 3-2.
The Mavericks’ Garrett Bembridge (left) and the Rush’s Scott Brannon battled for the puck along the boards Saturday night at the Independence Events Center. The Mavericks won the game 3-2. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
The Mavericks’ Garrett Bembridge (left) and the Rush’s Scott Brannon battled for the puck along the boards Saturday night at the Independence Events Center. The Mavericks won the game 3-2. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Missouri Mavericks beat Rapid City 3-2 in their home opener

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