Graydon Ribchester, 14, was likely the only local person wearing an authentic game-worn Humboldt Broncos sweater, having moved to Lakeshore from Humboldt just a year ago. "Anything you can do to show solidarity and support for those who lost those young lives, it just seems like the right thing to do", she said.
Then her next tweet got cryptic and downright very bad as she complained that people were only donating so much because all of the victims involved were White males.
"They understand. My oldest is 11, so he very well comprehends what tragedy is", Opperman says.
"There's a lot of hockey players on the police department, and we brought a few of them out here today to really show support and really show, as a nation, as a community, we mourn with them", said Capt. Kevin Warych, Green Bay Police Dept. "We're all together", she said.
Knutson's step-son plays hockey for Ashwaubenon.
Crazy April weather, severe weather and snow
Tornado watches were issued Sunday morning for Flagler, Marion and Sumter counties and will remain in effect until 6 p.m. A band of thunderstorms is expected to develop ahead of this cold front and press into the region by Sunday evening.
David and Nicole D'hondt were watching their son Xavier play during the tournament and were proudly wearing Vancouver Canucks and Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys respectively.
People are showing up to work and school decked out in sports jerseys as part of Jersey Day.
"Last week we were on a road trip on a bus to Lake Placid with the Riverside Rangers and we got off the bus on Monday, all healthy", Nicole said.
Hawks players wore green helmets to honor the Broncos in the warmups and both teams were wore Humboldt Broncos ribbons on their jerseys. The school was taking part in Jersey Day, which is a grassroots event taking place in schools and workplaces across Canada to commemorate the 16 Humboldt Broncos players and other people who died in a horrific crash with a semi-trailer last Friday.