The Broncos begin a busy weekend by hosting quite possibly the best team in the Nation tonight.
The Calgary Hitmen continue their steamroll with a record of 45-7-3-1 to lead the Eastern Conference.
While prepping this morning, it's tough not to get impressed with the "numbers" around the Calgary Hitmen.
45 wins, 27-2-1-0 on home ice this season and a powerplay clicking at over 31%.
Individually there are some eye-catching numbers too. Former Bronco defenseman Paul Postma is leading all WHL d-men in scoring with 18-46-64. Put that with a team leading +43 and you can see what kind of a season he's having.
Up front you have Brandon Kozun's team leading 83 points, Brett Sonne's 34 goals and 74 points and don't forget about Joel Broda's 40 goals.
The Hitmen have six players over 20 goals and may have nine players by the end of the season.
They are an impressive group there's no denying that.
For the Broncos, it's a matter of building on some recent success. They've picked up seven of a possible eight points in their last four games. They are playing better as a team and Travis Yonkman is coming off his best start in goal since the B.C. road swing in mid December.
Matt Tassone is back in the line-up after missing last weekend's two games with injury. He knows the game plan going in.
"We have always started out fine against them until we get into penalty trouble. That's a key, don't take penalties and play them five-on-five and I think we will do just fine." - Tassone
Ottawa Senators Head Coach Cory Clousten headlines tonight's pre-game show which rolls out at 7pm. Play-by-play at 7:30pm
See you tonight....