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Father of Broncos Bus Crash Victim Wants Driver Deported: 'I'll Fight Until the Day I Die'
Last week, Scott Thomas came out in support of the man who drove the truck that killed his son in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Chris Joseph, who also lost his son, simply wants the constant reminders to stop.
Father of Broncos' Bus Crash Victim: 'I Don't Have the Energy For Hatred'
Scott Thomas lost his son in the greatest tragedy in the history of Canadian sports. Three years later, he's advocating for the man who drove the truck that killed his son to remain in Canada.
Two years later, former Humboldt Bronco Brayden Camrud feels "blessed to be alive"
Two years ago today, Brayden Camrud looked around the dressing room at the Elgar Petersen Arena in Humboldt, Sask., and he could see there was no quit in him or any of his teammates. And then, everything changed.
'I feel like this is what Jaxon wants me to do': Former NHLer Chris Joseph continues to fight for victims of Humboldt Broncos bus crash
As the father of one of those lost in the worst tragedy in Canadian sports history, Chris Joseph continues to advocate for stricter laws governing the transportation industry and better safety on buses. It's a fight he believes his son would want him to continue.
Through Their Eyes: The day everything changed for the Humboldt Broncos
It's been one year since the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, the worst tragedy in the history of Canadian sports, which claimed the lives of 16 people. On the evening of April 6, 2018, parents, friends and team administrators learned of the crash. These are their stories.
Despite sentencing, the pain still lingers for Humboldt families
The truck driver in the tragedy that killed 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos was sentenced to eight years in prison on Friday, but that doesn't change the sense of loss for the families of the victims.
Impact statements from families of Humboldt Broncos won't change past, but can change the future
Before sentencing can take place in the trial of the semi truck driver who pled guilty for his role in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, those effected by the tragedy will share their stories. It will be painful, but it is a necessary step in continuing the healing process and could help prevent such an accident from ever happening again.
Grieving process continues for parents of fallen Humboldt Broncos in wake of driver's guilty plea
The driver whose truck struck the Humboldt Broncos' bus pleaded guilty to all charges, and the parents of the fallen Broncos players hope that this can spark change in the trucking industry.
Year in Review: Humboldt Broncos road to recovery the most powerful story in hockey
The hockey world was stunned by the tragedy that struck in April 2018 when the Humboldt Broncos' bus crashed, killing 16 people. The strength shown by the team and community in the wake of such disaster was the most impactful story of 2018.
The other side of the Humboldt tragedy: Declan Hobbs and the Nipawin Hawks
The Nipawin Hawks were awaiting the Humboldt Broncos when tragedy struck, and the close connections between several Hawks and Broncos players, including Nipawin goaltender Declan Hobbs, has left wounds.
"There’s a big hole in my life. And over time, the hole doesn’t shrink." One father reflects on the Humboldt tragedy
Chris Joseph lost his son, Jaxon, in the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. The former NHL defenseman knows his pain will never entirely disappear.
Getting back on the bus is next emotional hurdle for Broncos to clear
The Humboldt Broncos returned to the ice Wednesday for the first time since the worst tragedy in Canadian sports history. Now, they face their next emotional hurdle: getting back on the bus and making the trip to Nipawin.
Beautiful, emotional opener in Humboldt allows Broncos to begin 'turning a page and chapter'
More than five months after the bus crash that claimed the lives of 16 people, the Humboldt Broncos took the ice for their 2018-19 home opener and took another step on the long road to recovery from one of the worst tragedies in Canadian sports history.
Broncos crash survivor Camrud wants to honor fallen teammates with his play
Brayden Camrud will be one of two Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivors that takes the ice for Wednesday's home opener, and the 20-year-old aims to honor his fallen teammates and the lives of those lost by taking his game to the next level.
Humboldt Broncos home opener will be another triumph in the face of tragedy
On Wednesday, the Humboldt Broncos will take the ice for their first game since the tragic crash that claimed the lives of 16 people. And regardless of the result, their presence alone will be yet another triumph for a town still healing.
Humboldt Broncos president Kevin Garinger steps down: 'I have to take some time'
Kevin Garinger, who shepherded the Humboldt Broncos and much of the hockey world through the darkest period in the history of Canadian sports, has stepped down after one year as president of the Saskatchewan Jr. League team.
Helping with the Healing: NHL, NHLPA provide happiness to Humboldt with Cup visit
The NHL and NHLPA hope a visit from the Cup will provide some happiness to Humboldt as the recovery continues.
New grandchild a much-deserved ray of light for Humboldt Broncos president Garinger
The healing will never finish for anyone touched by the Broncos tragedy, and big challenges lie ahead next season, but becoming a grandfather means the world to Garinger.
Stanley Cup will come to Humboldt to help the team and town heal
No one will ever recover from the tragic bus crash, but the NHL will do what it can to help the team move on with a special Stanley Cup event in August.
Final funeral has been held for fallen Broncos, but the grieving process is only beginning
The final funeral has been held for those who died as a result of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash, but the grieving process has only just begun.
Hope in Humboldt: Parents of Jacob Leicht find purpose in the face of tragedy
If you would like a small glimpse of exactly what ‘Humboldt Strong’ really means, look no further Kurt Leicht and his wife, Celeste Leray-Leicht.
Broncos brotherhood: Former players to carry their fallen teammates with them forever
An unbreakable bond was formed between former Humboldt Broncos teammates, and in the wake of the tragic loss, a group of players have paid a permanent, touching tribute to their fallen hockey brothers.