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A very sad day for Hockey Families
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Saturday, April 7, 2018
There are no words to describe the loss that is being felt by the greater Hockey community at the recent, terrible highway crash involving the Humbolt Broncos.

The Broncos play Junior A hockey in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and their team of young players and coaching staff were involved in a fatal collision, this past Friday evening.

Hockey is a team sport, a communities sport, and our nations sport.  

We all feel the pain and devastation that this tragedy has caused and are mourning alongside all Hockey families.

Our organization, along with all hockey organizations across this country and beyond,  send our deepest condolences to those who've lost loved ones, and much love and strength to the survivors.

Keeping everyone in our prayers as the next bit of time will be excruciatingly difficult for the players, their families and the Humbolt community.

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