The Swift Current Broncos' season ends with a 4-2 loss to the Moose Jaw Warriors in game five of their WHL Playoff series, closing the series at 4-1. Despite scoring first in every game, the Broncos couldn't maintain the lead, with Jagger Firkus securing a hat-trick for the Warriors. The Broncos fought back but ultimately fell short, concluding their season with a first-round win over Lethbridge and notable achievements in game wins and goals.

By the Numbers
  • The Broncos scored first in every game of the series.
  • Josh Filmon led the team with a total of seven playoff goals.
  • The team won 40 games, scored the most goals since the late-1990s, and secured a Division title for the first time since 2001.
Yes, But

The team faced some adversity, including a coaching change, throughout the season, but managed to stay focused and make it to the playoffs.

State of Play
  • The Broncos' season has concluded after their loss to the Warriors.
  • The team bids farewell to 20-year-olds Tyson Galloway, Ryan McCleary, and Caleb Wyrostok.
What's Next

As the Broncos' season ends, the focus will shift to reflecting on the achievements and planning for the next season to build on their successes and experiences.

Bottom Line

The Swift Current Broncos' season wraps up with a commendable effort, showing resilience and achieving significant milestones despite the challenges faced. The team's achievements and growth provide a solid foundation for future success in upcoming seasons.