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The Swift Current Broncos' Electronic Program.

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    HORSEPOWER2011-2012 Broncos Program Guide

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    Swift Current(306)773-9351www.jdat.ca

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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 6-9-2-0 Rank 5th East, 9th Eastern Season Series 1-0-1-0 Last Game 7-3 L vs. BDN Wheat Kings Leading Scorers Taylor Vause (11-15-26) Coda Gordon (11-11-22) Adam Lowry (5-16-21) Home Record 3-4-1-0 Away Record 3-5-1-0

    Overall Record 5-13-1-1 Rank 6th East, 11th Eastern Season Series 1-1-0-0 Last Game 5-2 W vs LET Hurricanes Leading Scorers Justin Maylan (11-14-25) Brandon Herrod (7-9-16) Mark McNeill (4-11-15) Home Record 3-7-0-0 Away Record 2-6-1-1

    Head to Head

    2435 North Service Rd W. Swift Current, SK

    Phone: (306) 778-1207 Fax: (306) 773-1997

    Committed To The Oil and Gas Industry, Our Employees and The Communities Where We Work!

    SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

    TEAM LEADERS: Goals: Taylor Vause - 11 Assists: Adam Lowry - 16 Points: Taylor Vause 26 PIM: Adam Lowry- 64 MILESTONES: Reece Scarlett reached the 50 Point WHL Career mark on Tuesday, November 1st.

    Graeme Craig reached the 150 WHL Career Games Mark on Tuesday, November 1st. Trevor Cameron is four games shy of the 50 WHL career games played mark. Christian Magnus is three games shy of the 200 WHL career games played mark. Adam Lowry is six games shy of the 150 WHL career games played mark.

    Graeme Craig has played in 107 consecutive games with the Broncos starting on February 5th 2010 against the Red Deer Rebels. (He was one of only two players (Reece Scarlett) who played the complete 72 games last season). 11-12 score:

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    Game Notes

    TEAM LEADERS: Goals: Taylor Vause - 11 Assists: Adam Lowry - 16 Points: Taylor Vause 26 PIM: Adam Lowry- 64 MILESTONES: Reece Scarlett reached the 50 Point WHL Career mark on Tuesday, November 1st.

    Graeme Craig reached the 150 WHL Career Games Mark on Tuesday, November 1st. Trevor Cameron is four games shy of the 50 WHL career games played mark. Christian Magnus is three games shy of the 200 WHL career games played mark. Adam Lowry is six games shy of the 150 WHL career games played mark.

    Graeme Craig has played in 107 consecutive games with the Broncos starting on February 5th 2010 against the Red Deer Rebels. (He was one of only two players (Reece Scarlett) who played the complete 72 games last season). 11-12 score:

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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. Division Kamloops Blazers Everett Silvertips

    Kelowna Rockets Portland Winterhawks

    Prince George Cougars Seattle Thunderbirds

    Vancouver Giants Spokane Chiefs

    Victoria Royals Tri-City Americans

    EASTERN CONFERENCE East Division Central Division Brandon Wheat Kings Calgary Hitmen

    Moose Jaw Warriors Edmonton Oil Kings

    Prince Albert Raiders Kootenay Ice

    Regina Pats Lethbridge Hurricanes

    Saskatoon Blades Medicine Hat Tigers

    Swift Current Broncos Red Deer Rebels

    www.whl.ca

    MEMBER CLUBS

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    Scouts

    Brian LeavoldBritish Columbia Scout

    Daryl AnningManitoba Scout

    Keith WilsonAlberta Scout

    Ron BonoraAlberta Scout

    Tim MillsBritish Columbia Scout

    Albert Van HoekBritish Columbia Scout

    Dennis UlmerSaskatchewan Scout

    Mike FraserManitoba Scout

    Jason StewartAlberta Scout

    773-0555236 1st Ave. N.W.

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    Broncos Head to Head vs WHL 2010-11

    Vs. Brandon 4-4 Vs. Prince Albert 3-5

    Vs. Calgary 3-1 Vs. Prince George 0-1

    Vs. Edmonton 2-2 Vs. Red Deer 0-4

    Vs. Everett 0-1 Vs. Regina 1-6-0-1

    Vs. Kamloops 1-0 Vs. Saskatoon 2-6

    Vs. Kelowna 1-0 Vs. Seattle 1-0

    Vs. 0 Kootenay 1-2-0-1 Vs. Spokane 0-1

    Vs. Lethbridge 3-1 Vs. Tri-City 1-0

    Vs. Medicine Hat 1-3 Vs. Vancouver 1-0

    Vs. Moose Jaw 2-4 Vs. Victoria

    Vs. Portland 0-1

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    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

    Broncos 2010-11 Final Stats

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    WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE OFFICE: Father David Bauer Arena 2424 University Dr. NW Calgary, AB T2N 3Y9Phone: 403-693