OHL community comes together in support of Humboldt
Since the tragic accident on April 6 that claimed the lives of 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos family, the entire hockey community has rallied together to express their love and support on social media.
Below is a collection of posts from across the Ontario Hockey League in honour of the Humboldt Broncos with phrases such as #PrayersForHumboldt and #HumboldtStrong that have been used worldwide out of remembrance and respect in addition to the #PutYourSticksOut and #JerseysForHumboldt social media trends that brought the nation together in their name.
— OntarioHockeyLeague (@OHLHockey) April 10, 2018
In the House of Commons today, I spoke with great pride how Canadians have come together to support the @HumboldtBroncos during this time of tragedy and immense grief. #Humboldt #HumboldtStrong #Barrie #Innisfil #cdnpoli. Every M.P. wore their hometown jersey. @OHLBarrieColts pic.twitter.com/1zWuwbylS2
— John Brassard (@JohnBrassardCPC) April 16, 2018
— Erie Otters (@ErieOtters) April 11, 2018
— Flint Firebirds (@FlintFirebirds) April 10, 2018
— Guelph Storm (@Storm_City) April 12, 2018
— Xyz – Hamilton Bulldogs (@BulldogsOHL) April 12, 2018
— Kingston Frontenacs (@KingstonFronts) April 8, 2018
The Kitchener Rangers, Sarnia Sting, and entire Ontario Hockey League community would like to offer our sincere condolences to the families, friends and relatives of the players, coaches and staff of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team affected by Friday’s tragic bus accident. pic.twitter.com/zuCmi6KrVz
— Kitchener Rangers (@OHLRangers) April 8, 2018
— London Knights (@GoLondonKnights) April 12, 2018
No words can describe the bonds that are created from junior hockey between teammates, families, and especially billet families. This piece from my second Mom speaks to that. Humboldt, the entire hockey community is here for you in the horrific time. #humboldtstong 💛💚 https://t.co/V3ilY0QURB
— Nicolas Hague (@nichague14) April 10, 2018
— Niagara IceDogs (@OHLIceDogs) April 9, 2018
— North Bay Battalion (@OHLBattalion) April 12, 2018
— Oshawa Generals (@Oshawa_Generals) April 10, 2018
#ICYMI yesterday our very own #67s @Carterr_2, @M1tchHoelscher, @Yuler98 and @ceddy_29GUNN donated some blood in honour of the recent events in #Humboldt 💪Shout out to #67s Lucas Peric, @jackquinn_19 and Seva Losev for showing their support for #JerseysForHumboldt as well 🏒 pic.twitter.com/l7abe6S9Tv
— Ottawa 67’s (@Ottawa67sHockey) April 13, 2018
— Owen Sound Attack (@AttackOHL) April 9, 2018
The Petes, @CityPtbo, and @signaramaptbo are inviting members of #Ptbo and the surrounding communities to express their condolences for the @HumboldtBroncos and all those affected by Friday’s tragic accident. #HumboldtStrong (thread) pic.twitter.com/PkKHA6kazR
— Peterborough Petes (@PetesOHLhockey) April 10, 2018
— Saginaw Spirit (@SpiritHockey) April 10, 2018
— Sarnia Sting (@StingHockey) April 8, 2018
— xyz Soo Greyhounds (@OHLHoundPower) April 13, 2018
Tough day 😪. pic.twitter.com/Wgut02MKtX
— Sudbury Wolves (@Sudbury_Wolves) April 9, 2018
— Michael DiPietro (@miketendy) April 10, 2018
We see you. We hear you. We love you.
We are all #HumboldtStrong.
— Humboldt Broncos (@HumboldtBroncos) April 12, 2018
— #HumboldtStrong (@theSJHL) April 14, 2018
In less than a week, nearly 120,000 donors around the world have donated $10M to support the @HumboldtBroncos family—the largest number of contributions to a single campaign in GoFundMe history.
Here’s how to help: https://t.co/xZuzuisRC3
— GoFundMe (@gofundme) April 13, 2018