Blades express condolences for Humboldt
The Saskatoon Blades organization is sending thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the entire Humboldt Broncos family following Friday’s horrific tragedy.
“The hockey community is one big family and this is an unbelievable loss. We are extremely saddened by this devastating accident and send our sincere condolences to everyone affected,” said Blades General Manager Colin Priestner. “The Broncos are right in our backyard and we will be doing anything we can to help them through this incredibly difficult time.”
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Several other members of the Blades organization expressed their sympathies over social media:
— Chad Scharff (@ChadScharff) April 7, 2018
— Ethan Mack (@steelemacks) April 7, 2018
Thoughts and prayers go out to the Humboldt Broncos players, staff, and families.
— Dawson Davidson (@Davidson_98) April 7, 2018
Prayers going out to @HumboldtBroncos organization, families, and friends. Worst fear for junior hockey players.
— Caleb Fantillo (@calebfantillo) April 7, 2018
Some things are bigger than the game. Absolutely devastated to hear the news from Humboldt. We're with you guys. 💛💚
— Haiden Bisson (@Haiden30) April 7, 2018
Thoughts and prayers out to the @HumboldtBroncos organization, the families, and friends.
— Chase Wouters (@wouters_44) April 7, 2018
Our hearts ache for everyone affected by this tragedy; so hard to see friends struggle with questions and answers in the midst of the unimaginable. #familyfriendsforever #prayersforhumboldt pic.twitter.com/CysrZ5Z7Cg
— Steve Hogle (@Hogle) April 7, 2018
As someone in the hockey community and with a brother that spent parts of three years with the Broncos this hits close to home. My deepest condolences to those that lost loved ones and everyone affected by this tragedy #PrayersForHumboldt
— Ryan Keller (@RyanKeller84) April 7, 2018
— Brandon Machado (@Brandon_M9) April 7, 2018