The Swift Current Broncos are back at it tonight after their extended Christmas break. Tonight's game is the first of a home and home with the Medicine Hat Tigers.
The Broncos head into the game with a 16-17-3-2 record on the season and riding a two game winning streak stretching back before the break. They are also only two points back in the East
Division of the Saskatoon for second place.
Adam Lowry is also riding a seven game point streak going into tonight. He has twelve goals and two assists in that span.
The Tigers meanwhile sport a similar 15-18-2-0 record and are fifth place in the Central Division seven points back of Lethbridge.
Puch drop is at 7:00pm from the Credit Union iplex, and you can hear it with the New Pioneer Co-op Home Centre Broncos Hockey on the Eagle 94.1.
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