A second edition of the book is now available at Analog Books in Lethbridge or on it's website, which is right here. For those out of town, they will ship it to you. The second edition includes stories from the Broncos Blog.
THE LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS:
"THE SHORT RUN"
This unauthorized history of the Lethbridge Broncos tells the story of a decade of a forgotten period of time for a WHL franchise that produced many great players. The Broncos time in Lethbridge was short, but impressive.
During the 12 seasons the Lethbridge Broncos played before returning to Swift Current, they were one of the best junior hockey franchises in Canada. This book details their beginnings, examines their highs and lows, and explores their departure in the spring of 1986.
Twenty former Bronco players including Bryan Trottier, Brent Sutter and Lindy Ruff recall their memories playing in Lethbridge.
Every season is reviewed with summaries and statistics. Biographies of every player who appeared in a Bronco uniform are also highlighted. Many team photos are included.
The following Broncos shared their stories below: Alex Tidey, Rich Wiest, Rick Hendricks, Doug Johnston, Brian Sutter, Darcy Kaminski, Rick Collier, Terry Houlder, Steve Nemeth, Wade Smith, Rollie Boutin, Dave Falkenberg, Earl Ingarfield Sr., Brent Dallyn, Simon Learmouth, Jerry Bancks, Stan Jensen.
Just added - Alex Tidey
Earl Ingarfield Sr.
It was a privilege to have the opportunity to talk with Earl about his life in hockey. He spent several hours sharing his story. I hope everyone enjoys it.