Cross was from Strasbourg, Sask., where he played hockey before joining the Broncos' coaching staff.
The mother of former National Hockey League player Colby Armstrong, who is originally from Saskatchewan, offered a place to stay in Saskatoon to families impacted by the crash. Police say that another 14 people on the bus were injured. Best friends, teammates, allies, brothers. I can't imagine what they're going through.
"I really don't want to be here, but it's good that we are", he told the crowd.
Canada's William Dutton skates to third place during the men's 500-metre competition at the ISU World Cup speed skating event in Calgary on November 13, 2015.
A fundraiser organized for the families of the Humboldt junior hockey team tragedy had a goal of raising $4 million.
Citizens of Humboldt gathered in the team's Stadium to honor the memory of those who were lost. The latter two teams also wore Broncos-coloured green and yellow lapel ribbons. "I would imagine at this point, he'd be nearly irreplaceable". "The whole town would have been talking about the team, and it would have been such an exciting time".
But one of the team's players, who was badly injured in the crash, has given hope to at least six other people in medical need thanks to his status as an organ donor.
MacLean said Labelle, "in addition to these horrific cuts, he had a vertebrate broken, he had a rib broken, he had a hip broken, he had a lacerated liver". He said he couldn't go into detail about how the mistake happened, but that his thoughts are with the Tobins.
Thursday evening, the community, including players, parents and officials from the three minor hockey associations - or any other sports group - in the Tri-Cities, along with the Coquitlam Express Junior A hockey team, will be holding a vigil of support at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex from 8 to 9 p.m. "The families needed information, they needed information about who their loved ones were and what state they were in".
The Canalta Hotels chain is also offering free rooms on Saturday in Melfort, Humboldt and Martensville, so family members can stay near the victims of the accident who are in hospital. Billet families met him on the highway and quickly got him to hospital.
"There's a lot of people that are thinking of them and there's a lot of people that are putting them in their prayers", Esche said.
He added the loss following Friday's crash will be widely felt in Humboldt, from families to the loyal fans who cheered from the stands.
"It's just such a close-knit community".
"I will be keeping this post as a tribute to my brother even though he is still alive".