Saskatoon trailed 4-2 after 40 minutes in Swift Current last night, but that wasn't enough to deter them.
The Blades got goals from Marek Viedensky and two from Josh Nicholls in the final twenty minutes to storm back and steal two points from the Broncos. Nicholls' final goal came with 1:21 remaining in the game.
The winning goal came shortly after the Blades killed off a 5-3 that was set up by a joke of a call by the referee Nathan Wieler. With the Blades down a man the puck was dumped in on goaltender Adam Morrison. With two skaters coming towards him, he chose to hold the puck instead of playing it to a pressured defender.
Wieler seemed to think it was delay of game. The call was definitely within the rulebook, but normally that type of call is used with a ton of discretion, especially when the team is killing a penalty with under 5 minutes to go.
But the Blades battled hard and killed off both penalties, and got the winning goal shortly after.
The Blades other goals came from Chris Collins, his first as a Blade in his first game. The other was by Darian Dziurzynski, his team leading 12th of the year.
The Broncos got goals from Stepan Novotny, Killian Hutt, Brad Hoban and Justin Dowling.
Swift Current's powerplay was the story of the game until the third period comeback, as they went 3/6. The Blades went 1/4.
Adam Morrison made 19 saves for the win. Mark Friesen made 22 saves in a losing effort.
Next up for Saskatoon, they travel to Alberta again this weekend to take on Medicine Hat on Saturday night.