- He scored arguably the biggest goal in Swift Current Broncos history and now his son is attempting to catch the eye of the Kelowna Rockets scouting staff. Tim Tisdale, who scored the game winning goal in overtime leading the Broncos to a Memorial Cup victory over the Saskatoon Blades in 1989, will be watching from the stands as his 15 year-old son Logan will attend rookie camp later this month. Logan Tisdale is a goaltender with the Swift Current Bantam Kabos Raiders.
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Memorial Cup champ watched son at Rockets camp
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