The Swift Current Indians were a senior, intermediate, and junior team.
There was only one season when the Indians played in the senior league. In 1950-51 the Indians finished in third place and lost the semi final.
The Indians participated in most of the Saskatchewan intermediate playoffs in the 1930's and 1940's. They won the provincial title for four straight seasons between 1938-39 and 1941-42. They also won the Western Canada intermediate championship in 1939-40 & 1940-41.
The Swift Current Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League were renamed the Indians in 1983. They continued until 1986 when the Major Junior Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League (junior) returned to the city.
Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (1983-86)Edit
|1983-84||64||16||47||1||33||239||380||9th||out of playoffs|
|1984-85||64||39||24||1||79||346||297||4th||Lost First Round|
|1985-86||60||19||40||1||39||281||406||8th||out of playoffss|