Broncos receive more accolades

The Swift Current Broncos received more accolades Wednesday as Western Hockey League and Canadian Hockey League recognition continued to come their way.

19-year-old forward Tyler Steenbergen was named the WHL Player of the Month for September and October. The Sylvan Lake, AB product has 21 goals and 35 points in his first 13 games games this season, including a trio of four-goal outings already.

The two-time WHL Player of the Week will suit up for Team WHL next week in the 2017 CIBC Canada Russia Series, which includes a game in Swift Current on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Not to be outdone, teammate Logan Flodell was named the Vaughn WHL Goaltender of the Month as well.

The overage netminder was acquired just prior to the start of the regular season from the Saskatoon Blades and has since compiled a 9-1-1-0 record with a 2.45 goals against average and a 0.928 save percentage. He also has two shutouts and was named the WHL

Goaltender of the Week and collected Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week Honors.
Flodell leads the league in save percentage and is tied for the league lead in goals against average.

Lastly, the Broncos maintained their ranking in the CHL Top 10 Rankings in second spot, behind only the Sarnia Sting. After splitting a weekend home stand, the Broncos were ranked for a fourth straight week with a 10-2-1–0 record.

The Broncos will be on the road to visit the Prince Albert Raiders Friday and then will host the Red Deer Rebels on Saturday.