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Humboldt Broncos

The Humboldt Broncos are an ice hockey team from Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Broncos are two-time Royal Bank Cup national champions.

History

They were established in 1970 and play at the Elgar Peterson Arena, which has a capacity of 1,900. The Broncos play in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) and have claimed a number of provincial championships. The team also won the 2003 and 2008 Royal Bank Cup. (National Championship). The team's mascot is a horse named SlapShot. The team colours are green, black, gold and white.

The current coach is Dean Brockman. The assistant coaches are Tim Klimosko and Murray Brookbank. Dean Brockman was voted Coach of the Year in 2007, 2008, and 2009. The Humboldt Broncos won the league championship in 2007, defeating the Melville Millionaires 4 games to 1. The Broncos lost the Anavet Cup to the MJHL's Selkirk Steelers 4 games to 3. Game 7 was won by the Steelers 4-3 in quadruple overtime.

The Humboldt Broncos won the league championship in 2008, defeating the Kindersley Klippers 4 games to 3. The Broncos won the Anavet Cup defeating the MJHL's Portage Terriers 4 games to 0. The last two games of the series were shoutouts for the Broncos. The Broncos won the Royal Bank Cup against the AJHL's Camrose Kodiaks the score 1-0.

The Humboldt Broncos won the league championship in 2009 defeating the Melville Millionaires 4 games to 1. The Broncos won the Anavet Cup defeating the Portage Terriers(MJHL) 4 games to 3. The last 2 games were won in overtime at Portage. The Broncos lost in the Royal Bank Cup final by a 2-0 score to the Vernon Vipers BCHL

Season-by-Season Standings


Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1970-71 36 22 14 0 - 258 175 44 4th SJHL
1971-72 44 32 12 0 - 269 169 53 * 1st SJHL Won League
1972-73 48 29 19 0 - 242 171 58 2nd SJHL North Won League
1973-74 50 25 24 2 - 259 226 52 4th SJHL North
1974-75 57 25 30 2 - 281 258 52 5th SJHL North
1975-76 58 30 25 3 - 272 246 63 3rd SJHL North
1976-77 60 20 38 2 - 235 325 42 4th SJHL North
1977-78 60 34 25 1 - 300 269 69 3rd SJHL North
1978-79 60 31 25 4 - 297 270 66 3rd SJHL North
1979-80 60 23 37 0 - 275 351 46 4th SJHL North DNQ
1980-81 60 39 19 2 - 413 291 80 2nd SJHL North
1981-82 60 30 27 3 - 327 280 63 4th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1982-83 64 36 26 2 - 297 235 74 3rd SJHL Lost 1st Round
1983-84 64 23 40 1 - 279 317 47 8th SJHL Lost 1st Round
1984-85 64 35 25 4 - 327 232 74 5th SJHL Lost Quarter-final
1985-86 60 56 4 0 - 469 170 112 1st SJHL Won League
1986-87 64 55 9 0 - 454 223 110 1st SJHL Won League
1987-88 60 51 7 2 - 370 178 104 2nd SJHL
1988-89 64 48 15 1 - 397 270 97 1st SJHL Won League, Won Anavet Cup
1989-90 68 52 14 2 - 352 267 106 1st SJHL Lost Quarter-final
1990-91 68 45 20 3 - 351 267 93 1st SJHL North Lost Final
1991-92 64 37 26 1 - 284 266 75 2nd SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1992-93 64 32 25 7 - 251 251 71 3rd SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1993-94 68 37 25 6 - 273 251 80 3rd SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1994-95 64 21 35 8 - 236 286 50 5th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1995-96 64 25 32 7 - 194 220 57 4th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1996-97 64 24 32 8 - 202 231 56 5th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1997-98 64 31 24 9 - 245 242 71 4th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1998-99 66 35 28 3 - 248 251 73 3rd SJHL North Lost Final
1999-00 60 28 25 7 - 203 224 63 4th SJHL North Lost Semi-final
2000-01 62 29 25 6 6 208 217 66 4th SJHL Dodge Lost Quarter-final
2001-02 64 38 17 5 4 248 184 85 2nd SJHL Sherwood Lost Final
2002-03 60 39 12 6 3 254 191 87 1st SJHL Won League, Won AC, Won RBC
2003-04 60 35 14 10 1 214 151 81 1st SJHL Lost Semi-final
2004-05 55 27 23 2 3 176 164 59 4th SJHL Sherwood Lost Quarter-final
2005-06 55 18 28 3 6 146 201 45 5th SJHL Sherwood Lost 1st Round
2006-07 58 41 14 0 3 241 173 85 1st SJHL Itech Won League
2007-08 58 48 9 - 1 235 113 97 1st SJHL Won League, Won AC, Won RBC
2008-09 56 45 8 - 3 249 130 93 1st SJHL Won League, Won Anavet Cup
2009-10 58 24 26 - 8 160 179 56 9th SJHL Lost Preliminary
2010-11 58 33 24 - 1 216 198 67 5th SJHL Lost Quarter-final
2011-12 58 42 11 - 5 240 145 89 1st SJHL
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15 56
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