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2011-2012 Broncos Program Guide

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Broncos GM & Head Coach Mark Lamb will be entering his third season as Swift Current Bronco General Manager and Head Coach. He is the sixth head coach in Broncos history. Mark was born in Ponteix, Saskatchewan and raised in Cadillac and Swift Current. He played his minor hockey in Swift Current before leaving to play junior in Billings, Montana. He was selected 72nd overall by the Calgary Flames in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft. He played 17 seasons of professional hockey and coached for 9 more in the NHL. Mark has always been known to be an extremely hard working and gritty player. He was also a key member of the Stanley Cup Champion Edmonton Oilers in 1990.

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Head to Head

Kootenay Ice

Swift Current Broncos Overall Record Rank Season Series Last Game Leading Scorers Home Record Away Record

24-35-2-6 5th East, 10th Eastern 1-1-0-1 2-1 L at EDM Oil Kings Taylor Vause (35-44-79) Coda Gordon (28-22-50) Brad Hoban (19-29-48) 16-13-1-3 8-22-1-3

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Overall Record Rank Season Series Last Game Leading Scorers Home Record Away Record

35-22-4-4 4th Central, 5th Eastern 2-1-0-0 2-1 W vs. CGY Hitmen Max Reinhart (27-45-72) Sam Reinhart (27-32-59) Jesse Ismond (15-38-53) 19-11-1-2 16-11-3-2


Game Notes March 6th, 2012 vs. Kootenay Ice Record: 24-35-2-6 BRONCO BANTER: (Mar. 3rd: Swift Current 1 at Edmonton 2) Bronco Goal Scorers: Richard Nedomlel

(Taylor Vause, Reece Scarlett) PP

Shots: SC 19, EDM 34

Power Plays: SC 1-5, EDM 0-3

3 Stars: 1- Michael St. Croix (EDM) 2 – Griffin Reinhart (EDM) 3 – Jon Groenheyde (SC) TEAM LEADERS: Goals: Assists: Points: PIM: Plus/Minus:

Taylor Vause - 35 Taylor Vause - 44 Taylor Vause – 79 Andy Blanke – 156 Coda Gordon - +7

MILESTONES: Graham Black is nine points shy of the 50 mark of his WHL career. Richard Nedomlel is six assists shy of the 50 mark of his WHL career. Erik Fleming is six games shy of the 200 WHL career mark. STREAKIN: Taylor Vause (1G,5A) is currently on a five-game point streak. Richard Nedomlel (3G,2A) is currently on a five-game point streak. DID YOU KNOW: Former Bronco defenceman Tanner Muth will make his first return to the Credit Union iPlex since being traded to the Kootenay Ice in exchange for Adam Rossignol at the trade deadline. BRONCO RECORD BOOK: Brad Hoban currently sits at 3rd place on the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List at 320 games. He is one game behind the 2nd Todd Holt. Taylor Vause has made his way onto the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List currently sitting at 11th place at 268 games only one game behind the 10th place Ashley Buckberger. AT HOME: The Broncos are currently 16-13-1-3 at home this season. REGULAR SEASON VS KOOTENAY: This will be the fourth and final meeting between the Broncos and Kootenay Ice for the 2011/12 regular season. The Broncos currently hold a 1-1-0-1 record against the Ice this season. There last meeting on Wednesday, January 4th saw the Broncos fall 5-1 to the Ice at the Cranbrook Recreational Complex. Taylor Vause had the lone Bronco goal on the power play. VS CENTRAL DIVISION: The Broncos are currently 10-11-0-2 against the Central Division so far this season. ROSTER: The Broncos roster currently consists of 24 players. The team has 3 – 20 year old players, 5 – 19 year old players, 10 – 18 year old players, 5 – 17 year old players and 1 – 16 year old player. Geographically, 13 Broncos are from Alberta, 5 are from Saskatchewan, 5 are from BC and 1 is from the Czech Republic. There are 7 rookies and 17 veterans on the roster. MIDTERM RANKINGS: Rookie Coda Gordon has been ranked 38th amongst all North American skaters in the mid-term rankings by NHL Central Scouting for the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, while Graham Black has been listed at 53rd. INJURIES: Shea Howorko – Upper Body – Week to Week Adam Lowry – Upper Body – 2-3 Weeks Jordan Evans – Upper Body – 1 Month +

DRAFTED BRONCOS: Three Broncos were chosen in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft: Adam Lowry was selected 67th overall by the Winnipeg Jets Reece Scarlett was drafted 159th overall by the New Jersey Devils Richard Nedomlel was taken 175th overall by the Detroit Red Wings

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Greetings from WHL Commissioner Ron Robison As we embark on another great season of WHL hockey, our players and fans will have plenty to look forward to this year as we welcome back the City of Victoria to the WHL and open a world class facility in Moose Jaw; Mosaic Place. The WHL and our 22 Member Clubs continue to focus on enhancing the experience for both our players and fans alike. We believe we offer our players the best of both worlds from a hockey and education standpoint. Whether a player is drafted by an NHL team, gets a chance to participate in the World Junior Championship, or takes advantage of our comprehensive Scholarship program, the WHL continues to offer exceptional opportunities for our players to excel both on and off the ice. At the same time, through the support of our arena partners, we have made significant improvements to our WHL facilities. We are now in a position to offer our fans many of the same features experienced in NHL facilities, including video scoreboards and box suites in virtually every WHL arena. These enhancements combined with our expanded television, radio and internet broadcasts allow us to deliver WHL hockey to our fans on a regular basis throughout the season. Thanks to the support of our fans, media, sponsors and broadcast partners the WHL continues to upgrade our product each season. By providing the best environment we can for our players, and new facilities for the enjoyment of our fans, we are looking forward to another successful season in the WHL.

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Broncos Staff

Jamie Porter

Assistant General Manager/ Director of Player Personnel

Darren Evjen

Assistant Coach

Andy Schneider

Jordan Wall

Director of Business Operations

Carol Beyer

Office Manager/Accounting

Brenda Wall

Assistant Coach

Director of Ticketing/ Merchandise

Jamie LeBlanc

Joey Kaler

Athletic Trainer

Marketing/Sales Coordinator

Kevin Swanson

Natasha van der Grinten

Goaltending Consultant

Public/Media Relations Coordinator

Joanne Dickie

Concession Manager

Leigh Duquette Sales Consultant

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MEMBER CLUBS

WESTERN CONFERENCE B.C. Division Kamloops Blazers Kelowna Rockets Prince George Cougars Vancouver Giants Victoria Royals

U.S. Division Everett Silvertips Portland Winterhawks Seattle Thunderbirds Spokane Chiefs Tri-City Americans

EASTERN CONFERENCE East Division Brandon Wheat Kings Moose Jaw Warriors Prince Albert Raiders Regina Pats Saskatoon Blades Swift Current Broncos

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www.whl.ca

Central Division Calgary Hitmen Edmonton Oil Kings Kootenay Ice Lethbridge Hurricanes Medicine Hat Tigers Red Deer Rebels


Scouts

Brian Leavold British Columbia Scout

Albert Van Hoek British Columbia Scout

Daryl Anning Manitoba Scout

Dennis Ulmer Saskatchewan Scout

Keith Wilson Alberta Scout

Mike Fraser Manitoba Scout

Ron Bonora Alberta Scout

Tim Mills British Columbia Scout

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Jason Stewart Alberta Scout


Broncos Head to Head vs WHL 2010-11 Vs.

Brandon

4-4

Vs.

Calgary

3-1

Vs.

Edmonton

2-2

Vs.

Everett

0-1

Vs.

Kamloops

1-0

Vs.

Kelowna

1-0

Vs. 0

Kootenay

Vs.

Lethbridge

Vs.

Medicine Hat

1-3

Vs.

Moose Jaw

2-4

Vs.

Portland

0-1

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Prince Albert

3-5

Prince George

0-1

Red Deer

0-4

Vs.

Regina

Vs.

Saskatoon

2-6

Vs.

Seattle

1-0

1-2-0-1

Vs.

Spokane

0-1

3-1

Vs.

Tri-City

Vs. Vs.

Vancouver Victoria

1-6-0-1

1-0 1-0


Broncos 2010-11 Final Stats NO. PLAYER GP G A PTS PIM 10 Justin Dowling 63 20 47 67 18 20 Brad Hoban 71 25 26 51 34 19 Taylor Vause 62 18 29 47 8 17 Adam Lowry 66 18 27 45 84 44 Stepan Novotny 58 22 18 40 35 15 Jordan Peddle 70 11 20 31 132 7 Reece Scarlett 72 6 18 24 59 12 Christian Magnus 66 6 17 23 31 18 Killian Hutt 31 11 10 21 10 2 Kyle Verdino 67 4 16 20 156 23 Andy Blanke 67 5 9 14 117 5 Jordan Evans 58 4 9 13 44 16 Trevor Cameron 33 6 5 11 28 24 Richard Nedomlel 66 0 10 10 107 29 Dillon Wagner 25 5 3 8 31 3 Dalton Reum 69 1 7 8 77 6 Graeme Craig 72 1 5 6 122 4 Tanner Muth 42 2 3 5 47 26 Josh Derko 44 1 3 4 33 13 Shea Howorko 61 1 2 3 61 25 Ryan Bloom 29 1 1 2 0 27 Ryan Aasman 41 0 2 2 6 14 Brandon Bruce 34 0 1 1 4 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NO. NAME GP MP W L OTL SL SO GAA SAVE% 30 Mark Friesen 66 3582 25 36 0 2 6 3.32 0.900 31 Austin Smith 11 370 0 6 0 0 0 4.86 0.871

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DIRECTORY BRANDON WHEAT KINGS

CALGARY HITMEN

GM: Kelly McCrimmon Coach: Cory Clouston Tickets: 204-726-3555 Radio: 880 AM CKLQ Web: www.wheatkings.com Arena: Westman Comm. Group Place, Cap. 5,102

GM: Kelly Kisio Coach: Mike Williamson Tickets: 403-777-4646 Radio: Sporstnet Radio Fan960 Web: www.hitmenhockey.com Arena: Scotiabank Saddledome, Cap. 16,337

EDMONTON OIL KINGS

EVERETT SILVERTIPS

KAMLOOPS BLAZERS

KELOWNA ROCKETS

KOOTENAY ICE

LETHBRIDGE HURRICANES

MEDICINE HAT TIGERS

MOOSE JAW WARRIORS

GM: Bob Green Coach: Derek Laxdal Tickets: 780-414-4625 Radio: Team 1260 AM Web: www.oilkings.ca Arena: Rexall Place, Cap. 6,782 (lower bowl)/16,839 GM: Craig Bonner Coach: Guy Charron Tickets: 250-828-3339 Radio: 610 AM Web: www.blazerhockey.com Arena: Interior Savings Centre, Cap. 5461

GM: Jeff Chynoweth Coach: Kris Knoblauch Tickets: 250-417-0322 Radio: 102.9 FM Web: www.kootenayice.net Arena: Cranbrook Rec. Complex, Cap. 4,264 GM: Brad McEwen Coach: Shaun Clouston Tickets: 403-527-8406 Radio: 94.5 FM Web: www.tigershockey.com Arena: The Arena, Cap. 4,006

GM: Doug Soetaert Coach: Mark Ferner Tickets: 425-252-5100 Radio: 1380 AM Web: www.everettsilvertips.com Arena: Comcast Arena, Cap. 8,149 GM: Bruce Hamilton Coach: Ryan Huska Tickets: 250-762-5050 Radio: AM 1150 Web: www.kelownarockets.com Arena: Prospera Place, Cap. 6,007

GM/Coach: Rich Preston Tickets: 403-329-SEAT Radio: 94.1 FM Web: www.lethbridgehurricanes.com Arena: Enmax Centre, Cap. 4,980

Dir, Hockey: Alan Millar Coach: Mike Stothers

Tickets: 306-624-2050 Radio: 100.7 FM Web: www.mjwarrios.ca Arena: Mosaic Place, Cap. 4,383

PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS

PRINCE ALBERT RAIDERS

PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS

RED DEER REBELS

REGINA PATS

SASKATOON BLADES

SEATTLE THUNDERBIRDS

SPOKANE CHIEFS

GM: Russ Farwell Coach: Steve Konowalchuk Tickets: 253-239-7825 Radio: 710 AM/1150 AM Web: www.seattlethunderbirds.com Arena: ShoWare Centre, Cap. 6,025

GM: Tim Speltz Coach: Don Nachbaur Tickets: 509-535-PUCK Radio: 1510 AM Web: www.spokanechiefs.com Arena: Spokane Veterans Memorial, Cap. 10,366

GM/Coach: Mike Johnston Tickets: 503-236-4295 Radio: TBA Web: www.winterhawks.com Arena: M.C., Cap. 10,095; Rose Grdn, Cap. 10,947

GM: Dallas Thompson Coach: Dean Clark Tickets: 250-564-5585 Radio: 99.3 FM Web: www.pgcougars.com Arena: CN Centre, Cap. 5,971 GM: Chad Lang Coach: Pat Conacher Tickets: 306-781-9300 Radio: 620 AM Web: www.reginapats.com Arena: Brandt Centre, Cap. 6,510

SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS

GM/Coach: Bruno Campese Tickets: 306-764-4263 Radio: 900 AM CKBI AM Web: www.raiderhockey.com Arena: Art Hauser Centre, Cap. 2,580

GM/Coach: Jesse Wallin Tickets: 855-985-5000 Radio: 106.7 The Drive Web: www.reddeerrebels.com Arena: Enmax Centrium, Cap. 5,735 GM/Coach: Lorne Molleken Tickets: 306-938-7800 Radio: 92.9 The Bull Web: www.saskatoonblades.com Arena: Credit Union Centre, Cap. 15,195

TRI-CITY AMERICANS

GM/Coach: Mark Lamb Tickets: 306-773-1509 Radio: 94.1 FM Web: www.scbroncos.com Arena: Credit Union i-plex, Cap. 2,879

GM: Bob Tory Coach: Jim Hiller Tickets: 509-735-9400 Radio: 870 AM Web: www.amshockey.com Arena: Toyota Center, Cap. 5,734

VANCOUVER GIANTS

VICTORIA ROYALS

GM: Scott Bonner Coach: Don Hay Tickets: 604-280-4400 Radio: 650 AM Web: www.vancouvergiants.com Arena: Pacific Coliseum, Cap. 15,650

GM/Coach: Marc Habscheid Tickets: 250-220-7889 Radio: The Zone @ 91.3 Web: www.victoriaroyals.com Arena: Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, Cap. 7,006

WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE OFFICE: Father David Bauer Arena 2424 University Dr. NW Calgary, AB T2N 3Y9 Phone: 403-693-3030 Fax: 403-693-3031 Email: info@whl.ca Web: www.whl.ca

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Broncos Ten Years Ago: 2001-02 Regular Season Record Home Away Playoff Record

42-17-6-7 - 97 PTS. 29-10-4 18-21-2 5-7

Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak

6 4

Leading Scorers Jason Jaffray Ian White Tim Smith Ben Ondrus James Hiebert

GP 73 70 67 67 65

Head Coach

Brad McEwen

G 38 32 28 30 29

A 45 47 47 41 42

PTS 83 79 75 71 71

The Broncos scored seven or more goals in a game, seven times that season. The Broncos wrapped up the 2001-02 campaign sitting 2nd in the Central Division, only three points behind the Red Deer Rebels. Ian White led all defencemen in the league in scoring with 79 points and ranked second in the league in power ` play goals.

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2 Dillon Heatherington

Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’2” Weight 185 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. May 9 1995 2010-11 Calgary Flames (AMHL) GP G A PTS PIM 31 0 11 11 44 WHL 1st Round (11th) 2010 NHL Eligible 2013

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3 Dalton Reum

Position Defence Shoots Right Height 6’3” Weight 188 Hometown Camrose, AB D.O.B. May 14 1992 2010-11 Broncos/Giants GP G A PTS PIM 69 1 7 8 77 WHL NHL Eligible 2012

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4 Eric Walker

Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’2” Weight 200 Hometown Castlegar, BC D.O.B. Feb. 23 1993 2010-11 Trail Smoke Eaters GP G A PTS PIM 53 4 7 11 54 NHL Eligible 2012


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5 Jordan Evans

Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’1” Weight 181 Hometown Drumheller, AB D.O.B. May 31 1992 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 58 4 9 13 44 WHL Listed 2007 NHL Eligible 2012

6 Graeme Craig

Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’4” Weight 217 Hometown Red Deer, AB D.O.B. May 3 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 72 1 5 6 122 WHL 3rd Round (#64) 2008 NHL Eligible 2012

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7 Reece Scarlett

Position Defence Shoots Right Height 6’1” Weight 171 Hometown Sherwood Park, AB D.O.B. March 31 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 72 6 18 24 59 WHL 1st Round (#12) 2008 NHL New Jersey 6th Round (#159) 2011

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10 Colby Cave

Position Centre Shoots Left Height 6’0” Weight 180 Hometown North Battleford, SK D.O.B. December 26 1994 2010-11 Battlefords Stars (SMHL) GP G A PTS PIM 44 14 22 36 28 WHL 1st Round (#13) 2009 NHL Eligible 2013


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12 Christian Magnus

Position Right Wing Shoots Right Height 5’11” Weight 181 Hometown Saskatoon, SK D.O.B. March 20 1992 2010-11 Ice/Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 51 2 8 10 24 WHL 1st Round (#9) 2007 NHL Eligible 2012

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13 Shea Howorko

Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’1” Weight 195 Hometown Regina, SK D.O.B. March 15 1994 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 61 1 2 3 61 WHL 2nd Round (#37) 2009 NHL Eligible 2013


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14 Ryon Moser

Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’0” Weight 168 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. May 9 1992 2010-11 Lethbridge Hurricanes GP G A PTS PIM 50 1 8 9 10 WHL 10th Round, (#207) 2007 NHL Eligible 2012

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15 Adam Smith

Position Right Wing Shoots Right Height 6’3” Weight 184 Hometown Nanaimo, BC D.O.B. July 15 1994 2010-11 Cowichan Capitals BCHL GP G A PTS PIM 30 1 2 3 15 NHL Eligible 2012


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16 Adam Rossignol

Position Centre Shoots Left Height 6’ Weight 183 Hometown Surrey, BC D.O.B. Oct. 16 1993 2010-11 Kootenay Ice GP G A PTS PIM 60 2 7 9 13 NHL Eligible 2012

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17 Adam Lowry

Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’4” Weight 189 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. March 29 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 66 18 27 45 84 WHL 4th Round (#78) 2008 NHL Winnipeg 3rd Round (67th) 2011


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18 Daniel Dale

Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’0” Weight 216 Hometown Grand Prairie, AB D.O.B. June 3 1993 2010-11 Grand Prairie Storm (AJHL) GP G A PTS PIM 41 2 5 7 75 WHL Listed 2011 NHL Eligible 2012

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19 Taylor Vause

Position Centre Shoots Right Height 5’10” Weight 179 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. September 28 1991 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 62 18 29 47 8 WHL 6th Round (#108) 2006 NHL Free Agent


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20 Brad Hoban

Position Right Wing Shoots Right Height 6’0” Weight 183 Hometown Victoria, BC D.O.B. January 17 1991 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 71 25 26 51 34 WHL 3rd Round (#47) 2006 NHL Free Agent

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21 Graham Black

Position Centre Shoots Left Height 6’0” Weight 173 Hometown Regina, SK D.O.B. January 13 1993 2010-11 Regina Pat Canadians (SMHL) GP G A PTS PIM 43 47 29 76 48 WHL 3rd Round (#47) 2006 NHL Eligible 2012


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23 Andy Blanke Position Centre Shoots Left Height 6’2” Weight 197 Hometown Swift Current, SK D.O.B. April 24 1992 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 67 5 9 14 117 WHL Listed 2008 NHL Eligible 2012

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24 Richard Nedomlel Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’4” Weight 225 Hometown Prague, CZ D.O.B. July 1 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 66 0 10 10 107 WHL 1st Round (#31) 2010 Import Draft NHL Detroit 6th Round (175th) 2011


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26 Josh Derko Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’2” Weight 192 Hometown Sherwood Park, AB D.O.B. August 5 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP G A PTS PIM 44 1 3 4 33 WHL 5th Round (#100) 2008 NHL Eligible 2012

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27 Erik Fleming

Position Defence Shoots Left Height 6’1” Weight 206 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. February 11 1992 2010-11 Seattle Thunderbirds GP G A PTS PIM 50 0 3 3 8 NHL Eligible 2012


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28 Coda Gordon

Position Left Wing Shoots Left Height 6’1” Weight 179 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. August 4 1994 2010-11 Edge School Prep (CSSHL) GP G A PTS PIM 28 25 29 54 14 WHL 1st Round (#31) 2010 NHL Eligible 2012

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30 Jon Groenheyde

Position Goaltender Shoots Left Height 6’4 Weight 197 Hometown Surrey, BC D.O.B. April 4 1991 2010-11 Blazers/Oil Kings (WHL) GP MP GA SO AVE 42 2274 121 0 0.89 WHL Listed NHL Free Agent


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31 Austin Smith Position Goaltender Shoots Left Height 5’11” Weight 185 Hometown Calgary, AB D.O.B. May 22 1993 2010-11 Broncos GP MP GA SO AVE 11 370 30 0 4.86 WHL 2nd Round (#34) 2008 NHL Eligible 2012

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39 Levi Bews

Position Right Wing Shoots Right Height 6’1” Weight 189 Hometown Longview, AB D.O.B. April 10 1994 2010-11 Saskatoon Blades GP G A PTS PIM 52 3 4 7 30 NHL Eligible 2012


Drafted Broncos History

NHL DRAFTED 2011 Adam Lowry - Winnipeg Steffen Soberg - Washington Reece Scarlett - New Jersey Richard Nedomlel - Detroit

2002 Todd Ford - Toronto Aaron Rome - Los Angeles

1994 Ladislav Kohn - Calgary Keith McCambridge - Calgary

2010 Ian White - Toronto Craig Millar - Buffalo Steven Spencer - Nashville Chris Szysky - Dallas 2009 Cody Eakin - Washington 2001 1993 Duncan Milroy - Montreal Rick Girard - Vancouver 2008 Ashley Buckberger - Quebec Zack Smith - Ottawa 2000 Ryan Brown - Tampa Bay Geordie Wudrick - Los Angeles Nathan Smith - Vancouver Todd Holt - San Jose Dale Weise - New York Jakub Cutta - Washington Russell Hewson - Winnipeg Matt Tassone - Dallas Matt Sommerfeld - Florida 1992 2007 1999 Chris Herperger - Philadelphia Paul Postma - Atlanta Layne Ulmer - Ottawa Ryan Molle - New Jersey 1991 1998 Tyler Wright 2006 Brett Allan - Tampa Bay Levi Nelson - Boston Dan Hulak - Tampa Bay 1990 Dane Crowley - Tampa Bay Geoff Sanderson - Har 1997 Kimbi Daniels - Philadelphia 2005 Brad Larsen - Calgary Myles Rumsey - Calgary Jeremy Rondeau - Calgary 1989 Dan Lambert - Quebec 2004 1996 Peter Kasowski - Har Kyle Moir - Nashville Terry Friesen - San Jose David Schultz - Vancouver 1988 1995 Sheldon Kennedy - Detroit 2003 Aron MacDonald - Florida Tim Tisdale - Edmonton Tyler Redenbach - Phoenix Brad Larsen - Ottawa Matej Trojovsky - Carolina Brent Sopel - Vancouver 1987 Jeremy Williams - Toronto Tyler Willis - Vancouver Joe Sakic - Quebec Peter Soberlak - Edmonton Ryan McGill - Chicago Bob Wilkie - Detroit

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Broncos Staff and Volunteers President/ Governor Ben Wiebe Chairman of the Board Joe Arling Board of Directors Ben Wiebe, Al Stewart, Joe Arling, Rick Kane, Mick MacBean, Jerrod Schafer, Bill Aldag, Ryan Plewis, Jim Plewis, Trent McCleary, Liam Choo-Foo Team Physician Dr. Rizqi Ibrahim Team Dentist Dr. David Stock Team Chiropractor Dr. Kevyn Kristmanson Education Advisor Colleen MacBean Billet Co-ordinator Lucille Wall Play by Play Broadcaster Shawn Mullin Colour Commentator Ryan Switzer Public Address Announcers Ken Audette, Gordie Cameron In Stand Announcers Chris Martens, Ernie Waldner Stadium Music Chance DuPerrault, Team Statistics Pat Gerwing Concession Manager Joanne Dickie Hockey Hounds President Rick Kettler Mascot Co-ordinator Rob Myers Team Photographer Elizabeth Huber Media/Scout Room George Bowditch Private Suite Hostess Sherry Shumaker, Tracy Prang

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This land gives us everything. It gives us amazing lakes, epic mountains and more square feet of awesomeness per person than anywhere else. It also gives us Canadian water, prairie barley and exactly what we need to brew one of the best tasting lagers in the world. So raise a glass to this land. We wouldn’t be Canadian without it. Cheers.

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Getting to Know - Josh Derko Getting to Know – Josh Derko Hobbies: Working out, water skiing and Motor-X Favourite TV Show: The League Favourite Movie: The Other Guys Favourite Actor: Will Ferrell Favourite NHL Team: Colorado Avalanche Favourite Pre-Game Meal: Chicken and Spaghetti Greatest Hockey Influence: My Dad If I wasn’t playing hockey I would be… waterskiing all summer and skidooing all winter Favourite Thing About Hometown: The lake Pre-Game Rituals/Superstitions: I eat at the same time every day and get dressed the same way before every game. Best place you’ve ever travelled: Hawaii Favourite Video Game: I don’t play video games. Favourite Opposing WHL Arena: Credit Union Centre (Saskatoon Blades) Biggest Pet Peeve: Guys who wear cut off sleeve shirts in the gym.

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Awards Winners - 2010-11

MVP - Justin Dowling Humanitarian of the Year - Taylor Vause Top Defenceman - Reece Scarlett 3 Star Award - 1st: Mark Friesen Top Scorer - Justin Dowling 2nd: Adam Lowry Most Sportsmanlike Player - Taylor Vause 3rd: Stepan Novotny Rookie of the Year - Richard Nedomlel Player’s Most Popular Justin Dowling Scholastic Award Adam Lowry Fans’ Most Popular - Justin Dowling Most Improved Player Andy Blanke King of the Road - Justin Dowling Coaches Award Justin Dowling Chairman of the Boards - Jordan Peddle Desire and Sportsmanship - Dillon Wagner Leadership and Maturity Justin Dowling

This land gives us everything. It gives us amazing lakes, epic mountains and more square feet of awesomeness per person than anywhere else. It also gives us Canadian water, prairie barley and exactly what we need to brew one of the best tasting lagers in the world. So raise a glass to this land. We wouldn’t be Canadian without it. Cheers.

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Broncos Hall of Fame Inductees TERRY RUSKOWSKI

Swift Current Bronco: 1971-74 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2003 Hometown: Prince Albert,SK

BRYAN TROTTIER

Swift Current Bronco: 1972-74 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2003 Hometown: Val Marie,SK

BRENT LEAVINS

Swift Current Bronco: 1970-73 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2004 Hometown: Dinsmore,SK

BRIAN DICKIE

Swift Current Bronco: 1966-70 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2006 Hometown: Leader,SK

DAN LAMBERT

Swift Current Bronco: 1986-90 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2007 Hometown: St. Malo,MN

TODD HOLT

Swift Current Bronco: 1989-94 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2007 Hometown: Alameda,SK

ANDY SCHNEIDER DAVE “TIGER” WILLIAMS Swift Current Bronco: 1971-74 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2004 Hometown: Weyburn,SK

STAN DUNN

Swift Current Bronco: 1970-74 (Coach) Hall of Fame Inductee: 2005 Hometown: Corning,SK

KEN TARNOW

Swift Current Bronco: 1968-71 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2005 Hometown: Vernon,BC

JOE ZANUSSI

Swift Current Bronco: 1967-68 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2005 Hometown: Rossland,BC

BRIAN BACK

Swift Current Bronco: 1971-74 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2006 Hometown: Biggar,SK

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Swift Current Bronco: 1989-93 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2008 Hometown: Edmonton,AB

TYLER WRIGHT

Swift Current Bronco: 1989-93 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2008 Hometown: Canora,SK

1989 SC BRONCOS

Memorial Cup Champions Hall of Fame Inductee: 2009

TODD MCLELLAN

Swift Current Bronco: 1994-2000

Hall of Fame Inductee: 2010 Hometown: Melville,SK

JASON KRYWULAK

Swift Current Bronco: 1991-93 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2010 Hometown: Calgary,AB

JOE SAKIC

Swift Current Bronco: 1986-88 Hall of Fame Inductee: 2011 Hometown: Burnaby,BC


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