The Swift Current Broncos make the move to the Central Division following the move of the ICE to Winnipeg. They will see significantly more of the teams in the Central Division and less of the teams in the East Division.
They’ll open the season at home as they attempt to create a new rivalry with the Calgary Hitmen on September 21st. The following weekend will see the team play a home-and-home with the Medicine Hat Tigers.
A five-game road trip in mid-October will see the Broncos traveling to the BC Division, starting in Kamloops on the 15th and finishing off on the 22nd in Prince George at the CN Centre.
The team will follow that up with a single home game before heading on another five-game road trip through the East division and Lethbridge.
The Broncos will have two four-game homestands, one early in the season beginning on October 2nd with games against the Edmonton Oil Kings, Red Deer Rebels, Portland Winterhawks, and the Winnipeg ICE. The second four-gamer is November 16th through to November 26th. The team will face the Moose Jaw Warriors, Lethbridge Hurricanes, Regina Pats, and Red Deer Rebels.
The reigning WHL Champions, Prince Albert Raiders will host the Broncos on November 29th at the Art Hauser Centre.
To close out the season, the Broncos will play a home-and-home with the Calgary Hitmen on March 20th and 22nd.
The team has the following breakdown of games for the 2019-2020 season.
Swift Current only plays one three-in-three, January 3rd, 4th, and 5th. The team will host Regina then visit Regina before playing host to the Seattle Thunderbirds.