April 6, 2018 will be a day forever ingrained in minds across the globe.

The bus carrying the Broncos SJHL team, its coach and training staff, and broadcast members was involved in a serious collision on the way to a playoff game in Nipawin, 16 members passed away and 13 survived. Hearts were shaken to the core and the world came together and became Humboldt Strong. Words that will always remind us of that night,


Logan Alexander Boulet: A 21-year-old defenceman from Lethbridge, Alberta

Adam Scott Herold: A 16-year-old defenceman from Montmartre, Saskatchewan

Logan William Hunter: An 18-year-old forward from St. Albert, Alberta

Jaxon Christopher Joseph: A 20-year-old forward from St. Albert, Alberta.

Jacob Paul Benjamin Leicht: A 19-year-old forward from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

Conner Jamie Lukan: A 21-year-old forward from Slave Lake, Alberta

Logan Evan Schatz: A 20-year-old forward from Allan, Saskatchewan

Evan Thomas: An 18-year-old forward from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Parker Allen Tobin: An 18-year-old goalie from Stony Plain, Alberta

Stephen Wack: A 21-year-old defenceman from St. Albert, Alberta

Tyler Anthony Bieber: A 29-year-old play-by-play announcer from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

Dayna Brons: A 24-year-old athletic therapist from Lake Lenore, Saskatchewan

Mark Travis Cross: A 27-year-old assistant coach from Strasbourg, Saskatchewan

Glen Doerksen: A 59-year-old bus driver from Carrot River, Saskatchewan

Darcy Haugan: The team’s 42-year-old head coach from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

Brody Joseph Hinz: The team’s 18-year-old statistician from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

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Graysen Cameron: The 19-year-old forward from Olds, Alberta

Brayden Camrud: The 21-year-old forward from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Kaleb Dahlgren: The 21-year-old forward from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Bryce Fiske: The 21-year-old defenseman from La Ronge, Saskatchewan

Morgan Gobeil: The 19-year-old defenseman from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

Matthieu Gomercic: The 21-year-old forward from Winnipeg, Manitoba

Xavier LaBelle: The 19-year-old defenseman from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Layne Matechuk: The 18-year-old defenseman from Colonsay, Saskatchewan

Derek Patter: The 20-year-old forward from Edmonton, Alberta

Nick Shumlanski: The 21-year-old forward from Tisdale, Saskatchewan

Tyler Smith: The 20-year-old forward from Leduc, Alberta

Ryan Straschnitzki: The 19-year-old defenseman from Airdrie, Alberta

Jacob Wassermann: The 19-year-old goalie from Humboldt, Saskatchewan

The City of Humboldt, in collaboration with representatives of the 2017-18 Humboldt Broncos Families, is preparing a virtual tribute service to honor the 2017-18 Humboldt Broncos.

This service will be held at St. Augustine Catholic Church and will be live-streamed on the City of Humboldt Facebook page on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, beginning at 5:30 pm CST.