Injured Humboldt Broncos get go to from Stanley Cup

Aubrey Yates
April 16, 2018

On April 6, the Humboldt youth hockey bus was traveling to a playoff game when it collided with a semi in Saskatchewan. Her 16-year-old son plays with the Langley Minor Hockey Association, and she told CTV Vancouver that all hockey families immediately felt the pain in Humboldt. It's any hockey player's dream to see the Stanley Cup up close and personal like that! "They're closer to the kids on the hockey team than they probably are a lot of kids they go to school with".

As Canadians continued to grieve the tragic bus crash in Saskatchewan, a GoFundMe account was opened and the outpouring of support from people around the world was unbelievable.

T-shirts with the hashtag #SaskStrong were on sale near the entrance with $5 from the funds being donated to the Broncos. She says by coming together and encouraging everyone to wear any kind of sports jersey, she hopes to show the affected families that they are not alone.

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Farialle Pacha, an employee of a wealth-management firm in downtown Toronto, wore her cousin's American Hockey League sweater in solidarity with the Humboldt Broncos.

"In the time that he lived with us we got to know him better and he became part of the family", said Ribchester.

"Last week we were on a road trip on a bus to Lake Placid with the Riverside Rangers and we got off the bus on Monday, all healthy", Nicole said. Dozens of sports organizations, school boards and local businesses across Canada, the USA and even Europe are encouraging their members and students to wear jerseys or green and gold colours on Thursday. Ethan, a leukemia patient, proudly displays his Maple Leafs jersey as he and his mother visited Regional Hospital's Met Campus.

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