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The Hockey News wins silver at Canadian Online Publishing Awards

Ken Campbell was awarded the second-place prize in the category of Best Continuing Coverage of a News Story for his efforts covering the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy that claimed the lives of 16 people.
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The Hockey News was awarded a silver medal at the 2018 Canadian Online Publishing Awards on Wednesday.

The Hockey News’ senior writer Ken Campbell was honored for his outstanding effort in covering the Humboldt Broncos tragedy, earning silver in the category of Best Continuing Coverage of a News Story. Campbell’s effort in Humboldt spanned two weeks and told the stories of those affected by the disaster that claimed the lives of 16 people, with perspectives from parents, teammates and opponents of the 10 Broncos players who passed away in April.

“Ken Campbell’s coverage of the Humboldt tragedy brought tears to my eyes and he has honored the victims, families, fans and community with respect, grace, humility and distinction that made us all proud at The Hockey News,” said The Hockey News executive chairman and publisher W. Graeme Roustan.

The Hockey News’ complete coverage of the Humboldt tragedy can be found here.

The Canadian Online Publishing Awards were established in 2009, with winners across the 15 various categories selected by panel of experts in a variety of fields, including media, marketing and advertising. Click here for a complete list of finalists and winners.

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