Calgary Flames’ prospect, Glenn Gawdin and the Swift Current Broncos are looking to take the series lead in the WHL Finals.
Gawdin and his Broncos clinched their berth in the Finals on Monday with a resounding 5-1 win over Lethbridge with the Flames prospect picking up another pair of assists. Despite assists in Game 1 and Game 2, Gawdin would be shelved with an undisclosed injury for both Game 4 and Game 5, both games resulting in 5-1 losses for the Broncos, before returning last Saturday and helping Swift Current put a halt to Lethbridges’ momentum with the 4-3 win, picking up another assist.
The Broncos captured their fourth Eastern Conference championship and first since 1993 while the Silvertips captured their second Western Conference championship and first since 2004 following a 4-2 series victory over the Tri-City Americans, also on Monday night. Through two games,
Following a 2-1 loss in game one, the Broncos rebounded on Saturday night with an impressive 4-3 overtime victory. Gawdin has an assist on seven shots through two games in the finals. The Broncos captain will be leaned on heavily Tuesday night in game three.
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