Broncos Hockey Team
The PAND Broncos are an amateur ice hockey team based in Edmonton, Alberta. They are members of the Alberta Men’s Hockey League (AMHL).
The Broncos were founded in the summer of 2005 and first took to the ice that fall for their inaugural season. Comprised of individuals representing all levels of the firm, from new hires, to senior accountants, to partners, the team is always represented well by members of the firm.
Since joining the AMHL, the Broncos have tasted both success and bitter defeat. After losing in the division finals in 2010 and subsequently losing a large part of that championship calibre team, the Broncos underwent a successful rebuild and won their first ever division championship during the 2013-14 season. Since that majestic day, the Broncos have been trying to climb back to the summit of men’s league hockey but have yet to recreate the magic of that season.
The Broncos always bring a good team effort to each game. When we don’t, our goalie usually bails us out but if we don’t give the goalie any support, it is because our best players weren’t our best players. Sometimes you just don’t get the bounces and your opponent executed their game plan better and was the better team that night. The plan is to take the games one at a time. To continue to take it one shift at a time. If we play for the full 60 minutes and put the puck on net, good things will happen. We just need to get pucks in deep, get more traffic in front of the net, and be hard to play against. That’s the Bronco way!