Hoping to break from a three game losing stretch the Broncos gave a spirited, at times dominant performance in Kindersley Wednesday night but they still fell 2-1 to the Klippers.

Humboldt peppered Branden Bilodeau from the opening face-off up until the 13:20 mark of the third period when the Klippers' netminder was forced to leave his debut with a lower body injury. At the time of his departure he had stymied the Broncos on 34/35 chances.

"We took it to them tonight," Assistant Coach Brayden Klimosko said on the post-game show of KMK Sales Broncos' Hockey. "It was a good game, it's the way it is, when you're losing it takes that much more win that first game to get out of a slump."

Nathan Hargrave came on in relief and stopped another eight Humboldt chances. Overall the shots were 43-17 in favour of the green and gold but a pair of Daniell Lange power-play goals in the second period did Humboldt in.

"It's the same thing when you are in a winning streak and you are at the end of it and you are starting to play bad, you are winning some of those games you don't deserve to. It's the same thing," Klimosko continued.

Heading to the third and looking for offence the Broncos' cut the lead in half early in the frame, Laramie Kostelansky scored his first career Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League goal from Tristan Hermanson after a good forecheck along with linemate Rock Ruschkowski.

The Broncos couldn't find the equalizer in the final 13 minutes en route to their fourth loss in a row. Brett Friesen took the loss in the Broncos' crease.

Special teams weren't in favour of the Broncos either, they were 0/4 on the power-play, Kindersley scored on two of their four.

They will travel to Yorkton to meet the Terriers on Friday night. They already have a 5-1 win over Yorkton this season, maybe that's what the doctor is ordering at this point to solve their offensive ailment.

"Yeah you know, hopefully it is but you've got to be ready," Klimosko lamented. "We can't think now, oh geez we played well last game we deserve a win, it's not going to happen like that. Yorkton is as desperate as any of us to win a game so we better be ready for that night and be ready to go."

You can hear the game on your radio starting with the pre-game show at 7:15, face-off is 7:30.

You can hear the rest of Klimosko's post-game comments below.

Elsewhere in the SJHL Wednesday, the LaRonge Ice Wolves downed the Melfort Mustangs 5-3 and the Notre Dame Hounds cruised to a 5-2 win over Flin Flon.