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Friday, 10 February 2012 21:00

Brandon Wheat Kings double up Swift Current

It was an ugly loss for Swift Current in Brandon Friday night.

Following are the Innovation Credit Union Super League results for Thursday, Feb. 9:

By Matthew Liebenberg
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Swift Current's Max Kirkpatrick was on the road this morning to Carlyle, where he will be competing at the Affinity Credit Union Senior Men's Southern Playdowns over the next few days.

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When it comes to wrestling, Natasha Cleaveley wants nothing more than to medal at Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association provincials. A close second would be not squaring off with a teammate to get there.

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The Swift Current Legionnaires have long been considered a spectacle by many observers.


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After waiting 27 games for a start and being named the game's first star in Saskatoon, one would assume Austin Smith, 18, would've been pleased.
He probably wasn't as the Swift Current Broncos lost 4-3 in the shootout to the hometown Saskatoon Blades.


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The Swift Current Broncos Hockey Club announced Wednesday that Assistant General Manager, Business Operations, Jordan Wall will be resigning from his position at season end to accept a position with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Corporate Partnerships.

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The return to colder temperatures will result in the re-opening of four of the five outdoor rinks Feb. 8.  
 

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The Swift Current Broncos will be holding their second themed jersey night of the season Feb. 11 when they host the Regina Pats. 

By Matthew Liebenberg
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The Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats concluded their regular season on a high note with a 4-0 win over the visiting Prince Albert A&W Bears on Feb. 5.

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