Humboldt Broncos Player Gets Heartwarming Hospital Visit From The Stanley Cup

Humboldt Broncos Player Gets Heartwarming Hospital Visit From The Stanley Cup

Graydon Ribchester, 14, was likely the only local person wearing an authentic game-worn Humboldt Broncos sweater, having moved to Lakeshore from Humboldt just past year. Ribchester and fellow Belle River students Maria Kolonelos, behind, and Stewart MacDonald, right, helped raise money to be donated to the GoFundMe campaign for the victims of the fatal Saskatchewan bus crash.

Then her next tweet got cryptic and downright terrible as she complained that people were only donating so much because all of the victims involved were White males.

Bruins coach Chris Lewgood says the visit to the crash site was a first step towards closure for a lot of his players.

"Being part of a hockey team is exactly like being part of a family", said an emotional Moison.

Stagg says you just don't know what can happen.

Saskatoon Sports Tourism is asking people to take that message to heart this weekend by joining friends, neighbours and family to play street hockey.

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This is Jersey Day across the province, a day when thousands will be decked out in green and gold in tribute to Humboldt, Saskatchewan. "Many of the staff and elected officials are wearing jerseys as a sign of respect".

"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.

Hawks players wore green helmets to honour the Broncos throughout the game and both teams were wearing Humboldt Broncos ribbons on their jerseys. She wants to let Humboldt know it is not alone.

Canadians across the country were asked to wear sports jerseys on Thursday in honour of the Humboldt Broncos.

Tom Straschnitzki, whose son Ryan Straschnitzki was badly injured in the crash, says he was in a waiting area at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on Friday night when a large box was wheeled in.

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