Sports 'It's got to rip the heart out of your chest': Babcock on Humboldt

20:55  07 april  2018
20:55  07 april  2018 Source:   Leader Post

Humboldt Broncos bus involved in highway crash

  Humboldt Broncos bus involved in highway crash A bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos has been involved in a crash north of Tisdale. The collision, which RCMP said was a “serious” crash, happened on Highway 35 about 30 kilometres north of Tisdale, near the junction of Highway 335.The Nipawin Hawks, which were supposed to meet the Broncos in Game 5 of their SJHL semifinal series on Friday night, said on Facebook the game was cancelled.“The accident being talked about involved Humboldt team bus. We ask during this time that you don’t send messages. When more information is given we will update,” the Hawks posted on Friday evening.

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040718-HKN_Maple_Leafs_Bye_Week_20170107: <span style=Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock" src="/upload/images/real/2018/04/07/040718-hkn-maple-leafs-bye-week-20170107-span-style-font-size-13px-toronto-maple-leafs-head-coach-mi_326367_.jpg?content=1" /> © Paul Chiasson Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock

Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock had tears in his eyes Saturday morning when he opened his pre-game news conference by speaking about Friday’s horrific bus crash involving a junior hockey team in Saskatchewan.

The crash killed 14 people, including the Humboldt Broncos’ head coach and captain.

Another 15 people were sent to hospital, including three in critical condition.

Babcock, who grew up in Saskatoon, says he feels for the families, adding “it’s got to rip the heart out of your chest.”

Toronto defenceman Morgan Rielly played his junior hockey in Saskatchewan.

He says playing in the province helped him “gain appreciation for the kind of people that come from there.”

Hospitalized Humboldt Broncos get visit from Stanley Cup .
The Stanley Cup visited the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on Saturday where some Humboldt Broncos players are recovering. “The Stanley Cup is spending a little time with the victims and their families,” an NHL spokesperson told Global News through email.READ MORE: One week after Humboldt Broncos bus crash, 10 people remain in hospitalA tweet was issued from the account of Broncos defenceman Ryan Straschnitzki of himself alongside the Stanley Cup, noting that in keeping with an NHL superstition, he did not touch the trophy.@NHL Look what made a surprise. Lord Stanley. And No. Ryan wouldnt touch it.

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