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Broncos News

Broncos Ground Klippers in Shootout to Extend Winning Streak to 7
The winning ways continue for the Humboldt Broncos. The Broncos welcomed in the Kindersley Klippers on Tuesday night and skated away with [...]
Trade: Broncos Trade Keck to the Swan Valley Stampeders
The Humboldt Broncos have traded (02) forward, Justin Keck, to the Swan Valley Stampeders (MJHL) in exchange for a PDF. We would like to [...]
Broncos Stretch Winning Streak to Six
Another weekend of wins for the Humboldt Broncos. The Broncos played a pair of games this weekend as they travelled to the Battlefords to [...]
Broncos Win Two Horse Race Over Rival Mustangs
The Broncos went into enemy territory and defeated the rival Melfort Mustangs 3-2 on Friday night. The Broncos didn’t get the greatest [...]
Ramsay Shines in Shootout as Broncos Tame Ice Wolves 3-2
The Humboldt Broncos remain perfect on home ice. It was the first meeting of the season between the Humboldt Broncos and the La Ronge Ice [...]
‘New Wins.’ Broncos, Newans Steal Comeback Victory vs North Stars
The Access Communication Centre in North Battleford has by far been the least welcoming building for the Humboldt Broncos over the past few [...]
SIGNED: Broncos Sign Cage Newans
The Humboldt Broncos have signed 2003 born forward Cage Newans. Newans, who comes to the Broncos from the Victoria Royals in the Western [...]
Saretzky, McGrath Shine at SJHL Showcase
Two games at the SJHL Showcase and two of the Broncos’ star players shined in the spotlight, picking up hat-tricks in the process. The [...]

Head Coach and General Manager

Scott Barney

Scott Barney is entering his 2nd season with the Broncos as Head Coach and General Manager. He was named interim Head Coach and General Manager in late December and compiled a 14-6-1 record in his first season the Broncos. He was rewarded with a 3 year contract to lead the Broncos into the future. Barney has also been named the Assistant Coach of Team Canada West at the 2019 World Junior A Challenge.

Previously Barney played 19 years of professional hockey making stops in 10 different countries including 27 games in the NHL. He brings a wealth of knowledge and credibility to our players as he looks to make a strong impact not only them but the community of Humboldt.

Barney has a wife Tara and Children Charlie 5 and Jack 2 who look forward to being part of the community of Humboldt.

“ My goal is to bring a Championship back to Humboldt with an entertaining product on the ice for the fans.   In doing that also develop young men and have them ready to further their careers at the next level be it NCAA, CIS or WHL.”

Scott Barney
Head Coach and General Manager


Assistant Coach

Curtis Toneff

Curtis Toneff is in his second season with the Broncos and 7th season coaching Junior hockey.  Prior to joining the Broncos, Curt was the head Coach & GM for the Nanaimo Buccaneers in the VIJHL for two seasons where his team set the franchise record for most wins in a season in 2017-18.

Curt was also names Coach of the Year in that first season.

His main goal coaching in the Junior B ranks was to move players on tot he next level.  Over the two seasons over a dozen players moved on to Junior A, WHL, or college hockey.

Prior to coaching his hometown team,  Curt was the Assistant GM and Curt was the Assistant Coach with the Trail Smoke Eaters in the BCHL.  Curt works closely with the teams defence core and looks forward to calling Humboldt home this season and beyond.

Curtis Toneff
Assistant Coach


Assistant Coach

Rhett Blackmur

In his second year coaching the Broncos, Rhett is familiar with the organization.   He first joined the club in the 2011-2012 season as a player, where he spent his full junior career as a Bronco, winning an SJHL and Anavet Cup Championship in his first season with the team.  Shortly after his playing career, he started coaching in the midget program in Humboldt where he became the head coach before joining the Broncos as an assistant coach.  Rhett never left the community of Humboldt after his playing days;  he still lives and works in Humboldt.

“It would be very hard to find a better place, better community, or better people than in the city of Humboldt to live, call home and to coach hockey.”


Assistant General Manager and Director of Scouting

Luke Strueby

Luke grew up a fan of the Broncos as he was born and raised on a farm by Marysburg, just north of Humboldt.  He attended school in Muenster and played the majority of his minor hockey in Muenster and Humboldt.

Luke then made the jump to junior hockey and played three years with the Broncos.  When his time with the Broncos concluded, he went on to attend Minot State University where he played ACHA Division 1 hockey with the Minot State Beavers and pursued a career in education.  He was named captain the last two years and led his team to the National Championship Tournament in his final year.

Luke then moved home and after a year of teaching, the Broncos hired him as the associate coach and marketing director.  The next year, he stepped down, but stayed on as a scout and was eventually named Head Scout.  After serving as the Head Scout for four years, he was promoted to Assistant General Manager and Director of Scouting at the start of the 2018/2019 season.

Luke has spent nearly 15 years in the Broncos organization in a wide variety of roles.  His experience with the Broncos, and knowledge of the league and Junior A hockey as a whole, continues to play an essential part of the success of the Broncos organization.

Luke currently teaches and resides in Wakaw with his wife Amanda and his two children, Blakely and Rhett.

Luke Strueby
Assistant General Manager and Director of Scouting

Head Scout

Jamie Armitage

Jamie is entering his fifth year with the Broncos.  He is the current Head Scout for the organization.  Jamie resides in Cochrane, Alberta with his wife Jessica and children Rylen and Fisher.

Over the past 18 years Jamie has been involved with scouting at all levels of the game and is very influential and a key member of the Broncos Organization.

Jamie’s playing career included stops in the QMJHL, MHL and ACAC.

Jamie Armitage
Head Scout

Office Manager

Amanda Brochu

Amanda has been with the Broncos organization since July 2018.   Prior to joining the Broncos, she taught for 8 years at both Colonsay School and Humboldt Collegiate Institute.

Amanda completed her studies at the University of Saskatchewan in 2010 with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree and a Bachelor of Education degree.

Amanda, along with her husband Colin and their 3 children, Sean, Duke and Miller, moved from Colonsay to Humboldt in July 2016.   The Brochu boys are members of the Humboldt Minor Hockey Association, playing on the U15 AA and U18 AA teams.  Miller is a member of the Humboldt Impact Dance Company.

At the beginning of the 2017-2018 season, their family decided to become a billet family for the Broncos organization.  They are in their 5th season of billeting.

In the summer, the Brochu family enjoys spending time at the lake.

Amanda Brochu
Office Manager


Marketing Manager / PxP Broadcaster

Rory McGouran

Rory McGouran
Marketing Manager / PxP Broadcaster



2021 – 2022


President – Andre Kruger

Vice President – Amanda Schlachter 

Treasurer – Curtis Wacker

Secretary – Joanne Koski

Board of Directors

Billet Coordinator – Laurie Warford

Governor – Al Presler

Alternate Governor – Kelly Ogle

Kids Club – Wendy Shanks 

Seed for Green – James Dyok

Merchandise –  Terry Lehoux

Player Education Advisor – Mike Barlage 

Lotto Liaison – Joanne Koski 

Memorial Committee Rep – Laurie Warford

Season Tickets and Game Day Tickets available online

Season Ticket Prices:

Adult: $350

Youth: $230

Child: $115

Under 5:  Free

Single Game Ticket Prices:

Adult: $16

Youth: $12

Child: $8

Under 5:  Free


2021 – 2022 Kids Rec Hockey

Information & Registration Form


October 24th, 2021 to February 27th, 2022


The Humboldt Broncos are excited to announce that they will be organizing and running the KIDS RECREATIONAL HOCKEY program again this year. The program is entering its’ 9th year and continues to grow. The Broncos are excited to continue the program and help grow the love of hockey for young children.  The Broncos will continue to teach the basic skills of the game.


1st child $175;  additional children $150


The weekly time slot is on Sundays, starting October 24th and ending February 27th, from 6:00pm to 8:15pm.

Dates there WILL NOT be Kids Rec Hockey are:

November 7, 2021 : Broncos Away Game

November 21, 2021 : Broncos Away Game

November 28, 2021 : Broncos Home Game @ 4:00

December 19 : Christmas Break

December 26 : Christmas Break

January 2 : Christmas Break


There will be 3 sessions within the time slot, as follows:

6:00 –6:45: U7 (2015 –2017)

6:45–7:30: U9 / U11 (2011 –2014)

7:30–8:15: U13 / U15 (2007 –2010)

This is a tentative schedule and could change depending on registration numbers.



All participants are required to have full equipment including: skates, elbow pads, stick, helmet (cage required), hockey gloves, shin pads, mouth guard (recommended), hockey pants, hockey socks, neck guard, can/supporter and shoulder pads.   Jersey will be provided.


Parents/guardians are welcome to come out onto the ice to hep out with the program or to accompany their child.  At this time, we ask that older siblings do not participate in the skates.


2021 Seed for Green / Harvest for Gold

Seeded to Wheat on May 6, 2021

Pattison John Deere – Farm equipment and labor to seed, spray, and harvest the wheat crop

Humboldt Co-op – Fertilizer and Trucking
Horizon Fertilizer – Chemical
Richardson Pioneer –Seed Supplies
Syngenta  – Seed Treatment
Co-operative Hail Insurance – Hail Insurance
Palliser Insurance – Hail Insurance
Lakeview Insurance Brokers Ltd. – Hail Insurance
Hergott Farm Equipment – Crop Spraying
Nutrien Ag Solutions– Fertilizer
May 31, 2021




5th Annual Conexus Credit Union Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf Tournament

Hosted by Jared Bednar and Brian Munz

In conjunction with the Humboldt Broncos and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, we are excited to announce the 5th Annual Conexus Credit Union Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf Tournament, featuring the Hunter Brothers and 2022 SJHL Hall of Fame Induction Weekend, will be held Friday, August 5th  and Saturday, August 6th, 2022.


Friday’s Memorial Golf Tournament, featuring our first field of 160 golfers, will tee off at the Humboldt Golf Club at 11am followed by supper, prizes and Hunter Brothers concert on the Driving Range.

Saturday, our next field of 160 golfers, will tee off at 10:00am at the Humboldt Golf Club.  Prizes, supper and the SJHL Hall of Fame Induction banquet will take place at the Curling Rink inside the Uniplex.

As previously announced, the Class of 2022 to be inducted into the SJHL Hall Of Fame features Bob Beatty, Jared Bednar, Dean Brockman, Sheldon Brookbank, Wade Brookbank, Kelly Chase, Chris Cuthbert, Curt Giles, Elgar Petersen, Brett Stewart and the 2007/08 Humboldt Broncos National Junior “A” Championship team.

2018 Bronco Families, SJHL Hall of Fame Inductees and corporate partners have first right to register for golf, Hall of Fame banquet and Hunter Brothers concert tickets. 


To join us as a corporate partner, email Lauri at     



With funds raised throught the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf Tournamant the Humboldt Broncos Legacy Awards Program has been created to honor the 2017-2018 Humboldt team.
The Legacy Program has donated several monetary awards locally already and are opening up these 2 applications of $5000 each to whoever, and from wherever to apply for.

Community Award Application

Make the World a Better Place Application



Office Hours & Location

Monday - Friday:  10:00am - 4:00pm

619 17th Street Humboldt,SK S0K 2A0

Mailing Address
Box 1414
Humboldt, SK
S0K 2A0
Phone: (306) 682-5575
Arena: Elgar Petersen Arena
Arena Capacity: 1772
Ice Surface: 85 X 200