Humboldt Broncos' playoff opponents trying to come to grips with the tragedy

As of now, the official GoFundMe page sits at over 8 million dollars raised to put towards the team, though it has been discovered that there is another donation page that has been created for the team, but its intentions are shameful.

Only 20 per cent of Canadians have registered as organ donors, she said, despite surveys suggesting that 90 per cent of the country supports the cause.

"Leaving a stick on the porch tonight in support of the HumboldtBroncos and in memory of (Adam Herold) - an incredible hockey player and young man we had the honour of billeting", she tweeted.

On Thursday, many people across Canada will be celebrating "Jersey Day" and wearing jerseys in support of the Humboldt Broncos. "I wanted to be there to support another community".

Meagher has always been a hockey fan and is now the longest serving linesman in the AJHL at 25 years.

"It's very close to home for anybody who's in sports", he said.

"We get on the bus for 30 games a season and you don't really think about it", Keca said. Unfortunately, Parker is one of the 15 that have lost their lives in this bad tragedy. "He has lots of pain/swelling and some other injuries to overcome but we know he will prevail". "It was him. They were in an accident".

White is married now, with three sons, two of whom are enrolled in minor hockey.

RCMP provided an update on Tuesday, saying that they're "thoughts continue to be with the families and friends of the victims, the community of Humboldt and the Humboldt Broncos hockey club".

"I talked to a bunch of those guys from out west", he said.

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The RMWB showed its solidarity with the Humboldt community, lighting up the Shell Place canopy with the team's colours and placing all the flags at municipal facilities at half-mast.

"I don't know how to explain it even as a nightmare, because it's past a nightmare", said Shumlanski.

"It's hitting the hockey world hard not just in Humboldt but you're seeing it on CBC".

When faced with senseless tragedy, these acts can help pull sufferers out of suffocating grief to see larger lessons that may be at hand, he says.

He said the families had been involved in identifying the remains of the bus crash victims at a makeshift morgue.

"So it really broke my heart to hear about it".

Hurley met another woman who couldn't stay in line long because her son had just been released from the Janeway Hospital, and she quickly stepped in to help.

"I was pulling for her".

"Hockey is an wonderful family", said Burke, pausing to collect himself as the conversation returned to Brendan, a long-time goalie who acted as student-manager of the University of Miami (in Ohio) hockey team.

In Aurora, players gathered at centre ice and pipers played Amazing Grace before an Ontario Junior Hockey League playoff game between the Aurora Tigers and the Wellington Dukes.

  • Marjorie Miles