Swift Current Broncos
|Swift Current Broncos|
|City||Swift Current, Saskatchewan|
|League||Western Hockey League|
|Home arena||Credit Union iPlex|
|Colours||Blue, Black, Silver |
|General manager||Mark Lamb|
|Head coach||Mark Lamb|
The Swift Current Broncos are a Canadian professional ice hockey team that began playing in 1964. They currently play in the Western Hockey League. They play their home games in Swift Current, Saskatchewan at the Credit Union iPlex. The team moved to Lethbridge in 1974 and became the Lethbridge Broncos. The played 12 seasons in Lethbridge before moving back to Swift Current in 1986. On December 30, 1986, the team's bus crashed on the way to Regina and four players died. The four players had their jerseys retired and had a trophy named after them which is awarded to the league's Player of the Year. The team still wears a commemorative patch to remember them.
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- Ap (31 December 1986). "Bus Crash Kills 4 Hockey Players" – via NYTimes.com.
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