Another team Glen Doerksen drove for, the Kinistino Tigers, also issued a statement.
"(Doerksen) spoke at length of his time in rinks with his own family and now how much he enjoyed being able to take and watch other teams from minor, to senior to SJHL to their hockey games," a spokesperson for the Tigers wrote on Facebook.
We’d end up going through a whole tin every game," said Beaudry.Brody Hinz, 18, worked as the team statistician for the local radio station.Team president Kevin Garinger acknowledged the shock and heartache at the arena during vigil."I want to say to all the Humboldt Broncos families, billets, coaching staff, teammates, classmates, teachers, friends, community members — not one of us is alone in our grief," he said.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the vigil along with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe.
Trudeau visited survivors of the crash in a Saskatoon hospital earlier in the day."He didn’t want to make any changes because they are such a great group of kids." Player Logan Boulet, 21, had been on life support until his organs were donated, cousin Julie Kindt said on Facebook."These actions alone give voice to the selfless and benevolent nature Logan possessed in life," his godfather, Neil Langevin, posted in a statement on behalf of the family.Family and friends also shared more stories Sunday of their memories of those lost and unbreakable bonds forged by a love for hockey.More names were confirmed of those killed early Friday evening at an east-central Saskatchewan highway intersection.While the wreckage had been removed, there were still playing cards and a broken DVD of the movie "Slap Shot" scattered in the ditch.