Broncos Assistant Coach, Darren Evjen, was the guest speaker for the West Central Wheat Kings annual Awards Ceremony in Kindersley,SK Wednesday evening.
Darren talked about his coaching career, working in the Western Hockey League as an Assistant Coach and more to the young hockey players.
The Broncos would like to thank the West Central Wheat Kings organization for their warm hospitality.
Thanks to the support of our great community, the Swift Current Broncos were proud to donate $2,840 to both Great Plains College and the Broncos Education Fund through the auction of our Sun Dogs-inspired themed jerseys wore earlier this year.
(Pictured Assistant General Manager - Business Operations, Dianne Sletten and Great Plains College Director of Development, Marc Butikofer)
Broncos forwards Levi Bews and Coda Gordon made a surprise visit to the Saskatchewan Abilities Council in the final week of the regular season.
They got the chance to meet some of the Broncos biggest fans, while answering questions and signing autographs.
Thank you to the Saskatchewan Abilities Council for having us!
Several of the Swift Current Broncos took part in Cypress Health Region’s “Winter Carnival Day” at the outdoor rink at Riverdene Park Wednesday morning.
They skated with kids, went tobogganing and wrapped up the day with some delicious hot chocolate!
The Swift Current Broncos took part in Innovation Credit Union’s “Family Day Skate” at the Credit Union iPlex last Sunday from 1-3PM.
Thanks to everyone who came out!
Reece Scarlett, Colby Cave and Dillon Heatherington stopped by Fairview Rink Wednesday night to skate with both the Swift Current Atom Mavericks and the Swift Current Atom Ghostriders.
They took part in drills and even managed to sneak into some scrimmages.
Reece Scarlett also spoke to one team before they hit the ice about the importance of working hard both on and off the ice.
The Broncos would like to wish the Mavericks and Ghostriders all the best in the second half of their season!
Dalton Reum, Eetu Laurikainen and Chance Lund made a special visit to Cabri School this morning.
The players got to interact with students of all ages (ranging from kindergarten to grade 12) playing floor hockey, reading, answering questions, signing autographs and more!
Thanks to Southwest Terminal’s generous sponsorship, the students of Cabri School have been provided with free tickets to come to a Bronco game in early March! Cheer loud!
Thanks to Cabri School for their warm hospitality today and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Brent Benson, Ryon Moser and Coda Gordon visited Wymark School Tuesday morning. There, they read to students, answered questions, signed autographs and even learned how to play “Four Corners”.
The Broncos would like to thank Wymark School for their warm hospitality!
Charlie Horse made a surprise visit to The Center Friday evening for their Youth Drop-In Night.
He played floor hockey, video games, pool and more! The Broncos gave away raffle items to wrap up the evening, including t-shirts, hats, tickets and more!
For more information on The Center, click HERE.
The Broncos were busy in the schools this morning…
Adam Lowry visited the students at Central School early this morning as he took part in gym classes with the kids.
Shortly after, Graham Black stopped by St. Patrick’s School where he was presented with hundreds of birthday cards from the anxious students eager to see him! He stopped by several classrooms answering questions and signing autographs.
The Broncos would like to thank both Central School and St. Patrick’s School for having us today!