The fifth annual Horizon School Division Celebration Day took place on Wednesday with a number of special events taking place throughout the day, including the Wall Of Fame. The Humboldt Broncos were the lone inductee into Horizon School Division's Wall of Fame. To read the original story click here.
The Hockey Hall of Fame has added a piece of Bronco memorabilia to its display thanks to former Broncos player and Century 21 Realty's Dan Torwalt. The unique encounter took place at Humboldt Hockey Day when a worker from the Hockey Hall of Fame approached him to ask him if he would like to donate the jacket that he was wearing. To read the original story click here.
Jamie Brockman maybe didn't anticipate being back in the President's chair for The Humboldt Broncos this upcoming season, but a familiar face seemed to be the direction the board wanted to go. Brockman, who was the President of the Broncos for the 2016/17 season was re-elected following Kevin Garinger's decision not to put his name up for re-election for the 2018/19 season. To read the original story click here.
Around 100,000 Canadians have signed up to be organ donors over the past few months to follow in the footsteps of an inspirational figure part of the Humboldt Broncos. Logan Boulet, who perished in the Humboldt Broncos Bus crash on April 6th was an organ donor when he passed away. Thanks to Boulet's generosity, 6 people are still alive today. To read the original story click here.
People from Humboldt and surrounding area were lined up outside all around the EPA to see the Stanley Cup along with Chandler Stephenson on Friday. Chandler Stephenson is a member of the Washington Capitals, who won the Stanley Cup back in June. It was then when Stephenson made a promise to bring the cup to Humboldt. The 24-year-old forward with the Stanley Cup Champion, Washington Capitals, grew up in Saskatoon and traveled to Humboldt for games in his childhood. To read the original story click here.
It was a smoky, breezy, but warm day at the Humboldt Golf Course, but you know what they say, the show must go on. The Humboldt Broncos Memorial Golf tournament took place on Saturday. Organizers and volunteers were up bright and early to set up for the tournament. Two Auctions were available, including a silent auction and live auction. Over 30 prizes were available for the silent auction and the live auction consisting of 10 prizes. Brian Munz, the Play-by-Play announcer for the Winnipeg Jets and one of the organizers of the tournament said the prize money is going towards the Broncos. To read the original story click here.
Interim payments of $50,000 are going out to the 13 survivors and the 16 families of those who passed away in the April 6th bus crash. The Saskatoon Judge approved the payments on Wednesday morning, August 15th. The money is expected to be handed out to the families by the end of this week. To read the original story click here.