Six days after blowing a three goal lead late in the third period in Melville, the Broncos were determined to not lose grip of another sure win Friday night.

The Flin Flon Bombers twice climbed to within a goal of the green and gold in the second half of the contest at the Elgar Petersen Arena but a late marker by Rock Ruschkowski was enough to seal a 4-3 Humboldt victory.

With the win the Broncos improve to 7-12-3 on the season.

Connor Swystun scored his second of the season in the first period giving Humboldt a 1-0 lead, Trevor Posch was credited with the lone assist.

The Broncos took that lead into the second, just 3:42 into the middle frame, Logan Schatz was the benefactor of a lucky bounce off the back glass that caromed over the Flin Flon net before bouncing off the back of Brenden Newton opening a 2-0 advantage. Greg Moro earned the lone assist on Schatz's second of the year.

Flin Flon cut the lead in half just prior to the halfway point slapping a Mason Etter pass past Brett Clark making it 2-1.

The Broncos would restore their two goal cushion before the period was out, Moro jumped all over a Newton rebound while on the power-play making it 3-1 with just under four minutes to go. Posch and Jarrett Fontaine picked up points on Moro's fifth.

The Bombers closed the gap to within one again inside the opening minute of the third period, Joseph Leonidas got a seeing eye shot past Clark making it 3-2.

The Broncos again expanded their lead on Ruschkowski's fourth from Anthony Kapelke. The goal came seconds after Clark made a fantastic pad save on a back door pass on Josh Hayward. Ruschkowski's goal was less than special as the 18 year-old wristed it past Newton from a sharp angle ending his night. He finished with 20 stops on 24 shots.

Zac Robideaux stopped just two shots in relief.

The Bombers would again get back in the game with plenty of time left, Joel Kocur beat Clark at the 13:18 mark but the Broncos held on for the win, one that was much needed said Posch after his two point night.

"Yeah for sure, we just made sure our changes were good and we kept them short. We kept everyone's legs fresh, we just worked our tales off to get that win and start going uphill from here."

Clark made 23 stops for the win in net.

"The Melville one was a heart-breaker," Posch continued. "We knew we had to come back strong tonight, a good effort by the boys tonight, we finally bared down and got the win."

Each team had a power-play goal, Humboldt had four chances, one less than Flin Flon.

The Broncos will host Kindersley Sunday at 6pm, the Bombers are in Kindersley Saturday night.

Posch said they need much of the same against the Klippers who have taken the first two games of the season series.

"Nothing is going to change for Sunday, we haven't won two in a row all year but for sure we're going to be ready to go and we're looking for the two points."

You can hear more from Posch below in his interview with Bolt FM's Clark Stork.

Elsewhere Friday night in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, the LaRonge Ice Wolves doubled Yorkton 4-2, Estevan downed Nipawin 5-3 and the Battlefords North Stars thumped Weyburn 7-0.