The Humboldt Broncos lost their first game in regulation in over 20 days on Saturday, November 24th against the Yorkton Terriers.
The Broncos were on the third game of a back to back to back on the road and ended up losing for the second time of the season inside the Farrell Agencies Arena to the Terriers.
Only one goal was scored in the first period. The Broncos had been able to score the games opening goal in the last seven games. However, it would be the Terriers that would strike first off the stick of Aiden Bulych to take the 1-0 lead heading into the second period.
In the second period, Yorkton would score twice more to triple their lead just over the halfway point of the game. The Broncos would find some offensive life following that. Drew Warkentine picked up his sixth goal as a Bronco in just his fifth game with the team. The goal was assisted by Brayden Camrud and Mark Edmands. Yorkton would regain their three-goal lead before the second period expired.
In the third, it was once again Warkentine finding the back of the net, this time on the power play assisted by Camrud and Zach McIntyre. It was, however, too little too late, as Yorkton would add an empty netter to once again go up by three. Owen Guenter did add a final tally for the Broncos with one second left in the game, assisted by Josh Patrician and Brayden Camrud, but it was all a formality as the Terriers would skate off with a 5-3 victory.
Next for the Broncos are two games inside their home stables, starting with the Kindersley Klippers on Thursday, November 29th, followed by a rematch with the Terriers on December 2nd.