Fourteen-year-old Philippe Volek told the Canadian Press on Thursday he was sent to the principal's office for violating the school's dress code after wearing a soccer jersey to class as part a nationwide Jersey Day event.
Instead of posting a picture on social media of hockey sticks out on her doorstep in Lively, she made a decision to instead draw a picture of the #SticksOutForHumboldt. It's any hockey player's dream to see the Stanley Cup up close and personal like that! "We are all them".
It started with #PutYourSticks out, a spontaneous trend on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram which saw people post photos of hockey sticks placed on their porches in a salute to those killed in the crash.
Many in the community have also left hockey sticks outside their front doors this week as part of the #SticksOutForHumboldt tribute, a way for Canadians to show their hearts are with the Humboldt community. "It really means a lot that we can raise all this money and show our support for the families and all the grieving". He knows the camaraderie shared by hockey families.
Tom Straschnitzki said as soon as people saw the cup, they asked whether it was the real one or a replica.
Hawks players wore green helmets to honor the Broncos in the warmups and both teams were wore Humboldt Broncos ribbons on their jerseys.
Tom Straschnitzki, whose son Ryan Straschnitzki was badly injured in the crash, says he was in a waiting area at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on Friday night when a large box was wheeled in.