CALGARY, Alta. – With time, as they say, embraces in aiding the healing process.
Tuesday marks three years since the horrific events of April 6, 2018 that rocked the Humboldt Broncos and all of the hockey world.
The Canadian Junior Hockey League reflects on this sombre occasion that gutted the Broncos organization, their loved ones and family members as well as the town of Humboldt, Sask.
In these unprecedented times, with the entire globe continuing to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the CJHL, along with the each of its members, including the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League as well as its partner, Hockey Canada, and the entire hockey world pauses today to reflect and fondly remember everyone effected as a result of the tragedy.
To the families, the entire CJHL remains steadfast in its continued remembrance and support to each and everyone, including the Broncos organization, who continue to deal with it all as time marches on.
To the first responders, who remained vigilant and contributed with valour and steadfast dedication, we thank you for all your efforts, which continue today in dealing with current global events.
With Monday’s announcement on the launch of the proposed Humboldt Broncos Tribute Centre & Memorial, the healing process continues with this extremely worthwhile project, which will help signify the legacy of all those lost or injured on the horrific day.
To learn more, or contribute, to the Humboldt Broncos Tribute Centre & Memorial, kindly visit the project’s website at: broncostributecampaign.com.
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