Brandon Rivers spoke with Shawn Mullin about the Broncos winning the WHL Championship & making it to the Memorial Cup, as well as Manny Veviros’ promotion to the NHL
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Counting the preseason, the Swift Current Broncos were playing in their 106th game of the 2017-18 campaign on Wednesday evening. It was also the last game of the round robin in the Mastercard Memorial Cup and would turn out to be their last as they fell 6-5 to the host […]
The Swift Current Broncos celebrated their third ever WHL title on Mother’s Day and will go onto take part in the Memorial Cup in Regina starting this weekend. Back in 1989 and just a couple seasons removed from a bus crash that cost them four teammates, the 1989 team went […]
Everett, WA – Stuart Skinner shut the door on the Everett Silvertips with a 32-save shutout in Game 4 on Wednesday night, giving his team a 3-1 series lead and putting his Swift Current Broncos on the verge of their first WHL Championship since 1993, when they came back to […]
Longtime voice of the Swift Current Broncos, Shawn Mullin, joins us looking at the playoff run to date in Speedy Creek, previewing the WHL Championship Series, and more
In this Best Of edition, Corey Graham joined us. We spoke about the (then) current versions of the Oil Kings & Winterhawks – but the trip down memory lane of those three glorious WHL Finals series is what made this episode really fun.
(photo courtesy Brian Liesse/Seattle Thunderbirds) .@TheTrueAlex97 is your OT hero! @SeattleTbirds win their first #WHLChampionship in franchise history! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/MVjtUxXyF3 — The WHL (@TheWHL) May 15, 2017 Seattle 4 @Regina 3 (Seattle wins series 4-2) 🏆 pic.twitter.com/fogV89Vw8l — The WHL (@TheWHL) May 15, 2017 Game story: -Patrick Marleau, Calvin Pickard, […]
The Seattle Thunderbirds have won their 1st WHL Championship – Tim Pigulski joins us looking at how they got here, & we guess how will they do in Windsor
Seattle’s star center Mathew Barzal is not known for scoring goals. Electric set-ups that end up in goals for guys like Keegan Kolesar and Ryan Gropp, sure. But goals…not so much.
(Photo courtesy Brian Liesse/Seattle Thunderbirds) Seattle's opening goal. Vintage Barzal-Kolesar-Gropp. #WHLChampionship #RegVsSea pic.twitter.com/kgUhyd22z0 — Brandon Rivers (@hodgesheroes) May 11, 2017 Seattle 6 Regina 1 (series tied 2-2) Game story: -The frustration was visible in Seattle Thunderbirds star right wing Keegan Kolesar late in game 3 Tuesday night. With his team […]