With a point in an overtime loss in their home opener Saturday and a big road win on Sunday the Broncos collected three points in what they would call a good opening weekend.

Following a 2-1 loss in extra time at the Elgar Petersen Arena the green and gold rebounded with a 2-1 triumph of their own on the road in Wilcox on the strength of a pair of power play goals.

"It was awesome," Assistant Coach Brayden Klimosko said on the post game show of KMK Sales Limited Broncos' Hockey. "It's nice to battle hard, them scoring one to tie it up and us to score one late to get the winner,. It is nice to get three of four points, it doesn't matter how we do it, it was nice to get our first win under our belt."

The Broncos leading goal scorer of a year ago, Jarrett Fontaine opened the scoring at the 14:47 of the first period stepping off the goal line and beating Alexi Thibaudeau giving the Broncos a 1-0 lead. Logan Schatz and Daniel Mckitrick were credited with the assists on Fontaine's first.

That lead would stand until early in period three, Evan Werle got some space on the left wing and snapped a high shot past Brett Clark tying the game 1-1. Werle scored in back to back games on the weekend.

So as last season's rookie of the year in the division Werle added offense off the back end, it was a Humboldt freshman adding his own flare.

17 year-old Kyle Craddock scored his first goal of his Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League marker with just over eight minutes to go in the final frame.

"I got a pass from the corner, slap shot, top shelf, went in, that's about it," he joked after the game.

Michael Korol picked up his first point of the season on the winner, which capped a 2/7 night on the power play for the visitors.

Notre Dame finished 0/5 with the man advantage.

Clark got the victory in his Broncos' debut stopping 28/29 Hounds shots, Thibaudeau, who made 34 stops Saturday allowed two goals on 25 Humboldt attempts.

The Broncos prepare to host another division rival Tuesday when the Battlefords Stars visit the EPA for a 7:30 start. The Broncos have a new promotion for their 10 Tuesday night games this season. Visit their website for more information.

You can hear more from both Klimosko and Craddock below as well as first intermission guest Fontaine.