The Broncos led for just under 58 minutes of their game Tuesday night at home versus Flin Flon but only managed a point in a marathon 12 round shoot-out loss to drop their record to 5-8-3 on the year.

Rookie defenseman Kyle Craddock scored just 32 seconds into the the game but a power-play goal against with 51 seconds remaining in the third forced overtime and then Michael Knaub scored in the 12th round of the SO to secure a 2-1 Bomber win at the Elgar Petersen Arena.

Brett Clark was magnificent in the Broncos' net stopping 42/43 shots through 65 minutes and another 10/12 shooters in the SO.

"We have a lot of games coming up here," the 20 year-old netminder stated after the heart wrenching defeat to open a four game in six day stretch. "We needed to get a least one, it was nice to get that point but obviously we wanted to get two."

The Broncos have been to extra time three times now this season, they have lost all three.

This was Humboldt's third loss in a row but one upside was they produced 37 shots of their own but they could only beat Brandon Newton the once and only one of the dozen shooters found the back of the net.

Clark appreciated the effort in front of him.

"It was nice for us to get some shots on net though, unfortunately we didn't really catch any bounces in front of the net. That's too bad but we're going to regroup tonight, we've got another big game against Kindersley."

That game is facing off at 7:30 at the West Central Event Centre on Wednesday night. You can hear the game on KMK Sales Broncos' Hockey starting with the pre-game show at 7:15.

Clark admits they will be happy to have a chance to redeem themselves in a 24 hour span.

"Yeah it's nice, don't let it just sit there and fester in your mind. Obviously we have a game Wednesday, as soon as we leave the rink we can start thinking about that."

He is now 5-2-1-1 on the year.

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

Elsewhere in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Tuesday, the Melville Millionaires upset Estevan 7-2 and the Nipawin Hawks trimmed Yorkton 4-3.