Village Limoges put their Sticks out for Humboldt

Posted on 13th April 2018 by monlimoges in Limoges & Forest,Village of Limoges

WaterIn the week following a tragic hockey team bus crash in Saskatchewan, residents in Limoges, Ontario have shown their #HumboldtStrong compassion for the Canadian community nearly 3,000 kilometres away. Residents in Village Limoges have taken part in nationwide initiatives by putting their #SticksOutForHumboldt throughout the week and wearing their hockey #JerseysForHumboldt on Thursday, April 12.

Sixteen persons were killed from injuries in the April 6 Humboldt Broncos team bus crash near Tisdale, Saskatchewan. The Broncos were en route to Nipawin for a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League 2017-18 playoff game against the Chiefs. Fifteen people were initially pronounced dead that day while a sixteenth – trainer Dayna Brons – died a few days later. Along with Brons, the team players and staff that passed away were Darcy Haugan, Mark Cross, Brody Hinz, Tyler Bieber, Glen Doerksen, Logan Boulet, Adam Herold, Logan Hunter, Jaxon Joseph, Jacob Leicht, Conner Lukan, Logan Schatz, Evan Thomas, Parker Tobin, and Stephen Wack.

The 13 survivors, all players, were Graysen Cameron, Brayden Camrud, Kaleb Dahlgren, Bryce Fiske, Morgan Gobeil, Matthieu Gomercic, Xavier Labelle, Layne Matechuk, Derek Patter, Nick Shumlanski, Tyler Smith, Ryan Straschnitzki, and Jacob Wasserman.