News of the team bus crash has "devastated" the province, he said, and he wanted the people of Humboldt, and the grieving families, to know that they're not alone.
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Forward Jacob Leicht, who was 19, is to be laid to rest in his home city of Humboldt.
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Recognizing the box from Stanley Cup presentations, he immediately suspected what was inside, and his suspicions were confirmed when someone wearing white gloves lifted the trophy from the case.
They came in their jerseys and their Humboldt Broncos shirts, with hockey sticks taped to their fenders or Humboldt Strong decals on the windshields of their vehicles.
When awarded the opportunity to touch the prize, Tom informed that the outlet that his son chosen never to, even able to keep off until he could win himself to it.
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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Jordyn Friel and Miranda Nutter picked up RBIs as well in the inning to give the Lady Panthers a 12-2 10-run rule victory. Molly Pendley put the Lady Warriors back up two with an RBI single into left field that loaded the bases for Olivia Ball.
The Straschnitzki are from Airdrie, Alberta.
The Broncos hockey team lost 10 players in this crash along with 2 coaches, an athletic therapist, a broadcaster and a volunteer statistician as well as the bus driver.
There were 29 people on the bus - 16 have died and 13 were injured.
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