Vancouver Canadians Show Support For Humboldt Broncos

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The Vancouver Canadians organization are among many of those in the sports world that have sent their condolences to those affected in the Humboldt tragedy  Toronto Blue Jays pitcher and 2012 C’s pitcher Marcus Stroman tweeted his support in the wake of the accident that killed 15 people on the bus of the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey club in Saskatchewan.

ICYMI a classy move by the @rangers today’s game vs #BlueJays.#Repost @bluejays
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We are all with you, Humboldt. 💙#PrayForHumboldt pic.twitter.com/gIyo6XWtRV

— Vancouver Canadians (@vancanadians) April 8, 2018

C’s broadcaster Rob Fai also sent along his best wishes to those trying to cope with this tragedy.

Canadians stadium clubhouse attendant Johnny Stewart had this to say.

2014-2015 C’s teammates Gunnar Heidt and Andrew Case also tweeted their support.

Having been a play-by-play broadcaster in hockey and riding the buses in Northern Ontario over 20 years ago, I have a lot of fond memories from those trips in the iron lung. It was a chance to bond with players, coaches, trainers and parents through sharing stories and life experiences, telling jokes and watching movies.

What really shook me to the core was hearing the Broncos radio play-by-play announcer Tyler Bieber was among those killed in the crash. He was only 29 years old. I was in my 20’s when I began my play-by-play career.

My deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers to those affected by this tragedy.

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