The team was on its way to Game 5 of a semi-final against the Nipawin Hawks, also in Saskatchewan, when the crash occurred around 5 pm Friday. Current and former hockey players and their families have taken part in the tribute.
Last Friday the Humboldt Broncos, a Saskatchewan junior hockey team, which consisted of 16 to 21 year olds were on their way to a playoff game when their bus collided with a tractor-trailer.
On April 12, it's Jersey Day for the Humboldt Broncos.
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Together Reynolds worked with school staff and organizations to promote those in the school community to participate in Thursday's Jersey Day. "To lose pretty much half your team, that's hard, especially since we have a hockey academy here [at Belmont] and so numerous women I work with, nearly all of their kids are in hockey".
The movement mirrors a nationwide social media campaign called #JerseysforHumboldt that was started to honour the people affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash tragedy.
Less than a week after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, a broadcaster in his first year as play-by-play announcer for the team is the first victim was laid to rest today.
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"We want to show our support to the families of Humboldt Broncos".
And the fact that she also had to serve as the team's equipment manager along with her duties as athletic therapist did not faze her one bit.
"Jacob was the classic underdog hockey player that everybody roots for".
The local oldtimers have shown their respect in a number of ways, though donations, wearing their jerseys, leaving sticks outside and using green tape during the ongoing playoffs. "I feel very proud that I'm part of a community like that".
So far, they've sold more than half of the ribbons with people donating anything from a quarter to $10, and have raised more than $200.
Garinger said the team includes players from Edmonton, Slave Lake and Airdrie in Alberta and from Saskatchewan and Manitoba.