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The Swift Current Broncos 2011-12 Electronic Program Guide.

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    HORSEPOWER2011-2012 Broncos Program Guide

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    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, Mon-tana. 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.

    Broncos GM & Head Coach

    He was also a key member of the Stanley Cup Champion Edmonton Oilers in 1990.

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    Swift Current Broncos Prince Albert Raiders Overall Record 23-32-2-4 Rank 5th East, 10th Eastern Season Series 3-0-1-1 Last Game 5-4 W SO vs. MJ Warriors Leading Scorers Taylor Vause (34-39-73) Coda Gordon (27-21-48) Reece Scarlett (8-36-44) Home Record 16-13-1-2 Away Record 7-19-1-2

    Head to Head

    Overall Record 18-37-2-2 Rank 6th East, 12th Eastern Season Series 2-2-1-0 Last Game 6-2 L @ BDN Wheat Kings Leading Scorers Justin Maylan (21-54-75) Mark McNeill (26-34-60) Anthony Bardaro (26-32-58) Home Record 12-16-1-0 Away Record 6-21-1-2

    February 22nd, 2012 vs. Prince Albert Raiders

    Record: 23-32-2-4 BRONCO BANTER: (Feb.20th: Swift Current 5 vs. Moose Jaw 4 SO) Bronco Goal Scorers: Brad Hoban (Taylor Vause, Richard Nedomlel) PP Dalton Reum (Taylor Vause, Graham Black) Graeme Craig (Ryon Moser, Graham Black) PP Taylor Vause (Brad Hoban, Richard Nedomlel) PP Shootout: Brad Hoban GOAL Shots: SC 35, MJ 36 Power Plays: SC 3-7, MJ 0-4 3 Stars: 1-Taylor Vause (SC) 2 Kenton Miller (MJ) 3 Brad Hoban (SC) TEAM LEADERS: Goals: Taylor Vause - 34 Assists: Taylor Vause - 39 Points: Taylor Vause 73 PIM: Andy Blanke 143 Plus/Minus: Coda Gordon/Adam Lowry - +4 MILESTONES: Jon Groenheyde is reached the 50 win mark of his WHL career on Monday night. Ryon Moser is one point shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Coda Gordon is two points shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Richard Nedomlel is one point shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Reece Scarlett is two games shy of the 200 WHL career mark. Jon Groenheyde is two games shy of the 150 WHL career mark. Dillon Heatherington is three games shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Andy Blanke is five games shy of the 200 WHL career mark. Shea Howorko is nine games shy of the 100 WHL career mark. STREAKIN: Taylor Vause (6G,9A) is currently on a eight-game point streak. Richard Nedomlel (1G,8A) is on a six-game point streak. BRONCO RECORD BOOK: Brad Hoban currently sits at 6th place on the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List at 314 games. He is 1 game behind the 5th place Luke Hunter. Taylor Vause has made his way onto the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List currently sitting at 11th place at 262 games only seven games behind the 10th place Ashley Buckberger. AT HOME: The Broncos are currently 16-13-1-2 at home this season. REGULAR SEASON VS PRINCE ALBERT: This will be the sixth of eight meetings between the Broncos and Prince Albert Raiders for the 2011/12 regular season. The Broncos currently hold a 3-0-1-1 record against the Raiders this season. There last match up on February 15th saw the Broncos defeat the Raiders 4-3 in overtime at the Art Hauser Centre. Taylor Vause had the game winning goal. VS EAST DIVISION: The Broncos are currently 10-17-2-2 against the East 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: Christian Magnus Upper Body 1 Week Shea Howorko Upper Body Week to Week Adam Lowry Upper Body 3-4 Weeks Jordan Evans Upper Body 1 Month +

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    Game Notes

    February 22nd, 2012 vs. Prince Albert Raiders

    Record: 23-32-2-4 BRONCO BANTER: (Feb.20th: Swift Current 5 vs. Moose Jaw 4 SO) Bronco Goal Scorers: Brad Hoban (Taylor Vause, Richard Nedomlel) PP Dalton Reum (Taylor Vause, Graham Black) Graeme Craig (Ryon Moser, Graham Black) PP Taylor Vause (Brad Hoban, Richard Nedomlel) PP Shootout: Brad Hoban GOAL Shots: SC 35, MJ 36 Power Plays: SC 3-7, MJ 0-4 3 Stars: 1-Taylor Vause (SC) 2 Kenton Miller (MJ) 3 Brad Hoban (SC) TEAM LEADERS: Goals: Taylor Vause - 34 Assists: Taylor Vause - 39 Points: Taylor Vause 73 PIM: Andy Blanke 143 Plus/Minus: Coda Gordon/Adam Lowry - +4 MILESTONES: Jon Groenheyde is reached the 50 win mark of his WHL career on Monday night. Ryon Moser is one point shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Coda Gordon is two points shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Richard Nedomlel is one point shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Reece Scarlett is two games shy of the 200 WHL career mark. Jon Groenheyde is two games shy of the 150 WHL career mark. Dillon Heatherington is three games shy of the 50 WHL career mark. Andy Blanke is five games shy of the 200 WHL career mark. Shea Howorko is nine games shy of the 100 WHL career mark. STREAKIN: Taylor Vause (6G,9A) is currently on a eight-game point streak. Richard Nedomlel (1G,8A) is on a six-game point streak. BRONCO RECORD BOOK: Brad Hoban currently sits at 6th place on the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List at 314 games. He is 1 game behind the 5th place Luke Hunter. Taylor Vause has made his way onto the Broncos All-Time Career Games Played List currently sitting at 11th place at 262 games only seven games behind the 10th place Ashley Buckberger. AT HOME: The Broncos are currently 16-13-1-2 at home this season. REGULAR SEASON VS PRINCE ALBERT: This will be the sixth of eight meetings between the Broncos and Prince Albert Raiders for the 2011/12 regular season. The Broncos currently hold a 3-0-1-1 record against the Raiders this season. There last match up on February 15th saw the Broncos defeat the Raiders 4-3 in overtime at the Art Hauser Centre. Taylor Vause had the game winning goal. VS EAST DIVISION: The Broncos are currently 10-17-2-2 against the East 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: Christian Magnus Upper Body 1 Week Shea Howorko Upper Body Week to Week Adam Lowry Upper Body 3-4 Weeks Jordan Evans Upper Body 1 Month +

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    Greetings from WHL Commissioner Ron RobisonAs 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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    Jamie PorterAssistant General Manager/Director of Player Personnel

    Darren EvjenAssistant Coach

    Andy SchneiderAssistant Coach

    Jamie LeBlancAthletic Trainer

    Broncos Staff

    Jordan WallDirector of Business Operations

    Carol BeyerOffice Manager/Accounting

    Brenda WallDirector of Ticketing/Merchandise

    Joey KalerMarketing/Sales Coordinator

    Natasha van der GrintenPublic/Media Relations Coordinator

    Joanne DickieConcession Manager

    Kevin SwansonGoaltending Consultant

    Leigh DuquetteSales Consultant

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    WESTERN CONFERENCE B.C. Division U.S.