SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Brennan Bosch scored four goals, including the game winner with 13 seconds left in regulation, to lift the Medicine Hat Tigers to a 6-5 win over the host Swift Current Broncos in Western Hockey League action Friday night.
Bosch, who now has nine goals on the season, scored twice on the power play and banked in the game winner from behind the goal-line to give the Tigers the come from behind victory.
Swift Current led by period scores of 2-1 and 4-3 and held a 5-4 advantage with 7:15 left in the final period before the Tigers stormed back with their 21st win of the season.
The Tigers also had a power-play goal from Daine Todd, and Travis Dunstall scored the game tying goal with 2:47 left in regulation.
Swift Current replied with goals from Zack Smith, David Stieler, Levi Nelson, Eric Doyle, and Dale Weise with a short-handed breakaway goal.
Tigers netminder Ryan Holfeld yielded five goals on 17 shots but still picked up his 10th win of the season.
Swift Current goaltender Travis Yonkman turned aside 36 of 42 shots, including 15 saves in the middle period when the Broncos were outshot by a 17-3 margin.
The Tigers went three for eight on the power play, with two goals coming on five-on-three power plays. Swift Current connected on three of six man-advantage situations.
Medicine Hat held a 42-17 edge in shots.
The Tigers improved their Central Division record to 21-13-3-1, while Swift Current falls to 18-15-0-5.