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A bus crash in his home province of Saskatchewan left 14 dead and 15 injured, three critically. A junior hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos, was headed to a playoff game Friday afternoon when a truck collided with its bus. Among the dead were the team’s coach and captain.

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Added NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman: ”The NHL mourns the passing of those who perished and offers strength and comfort to those injured while traveling to play and be part of a game they all love.”

Toronto center Tyler Bozak said he had difficulty sleeping after hearing the news about the crash near Nipawin.

”You can’t really put into words, anything,” Bozak said before Saturday’s regular-season finale against the Montreal Canadiens. ”I can’t imagine what everyone’s going through back in Saskatchewan.”

Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar grew up in Humboldt. He said a friend’s son plays goaltender for the Broncos and survived the crash.

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Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy well understands the ”state of shock and confusion” people are feeling. Kennedy was involved in a crash in 1986 that killed four players when a bus carrying the Swift Current Broncos hit a patch of ice and crashed.

”I think one thing that we underestimate with the impact of trauma and PTSD and going through things like this is the magnitude of the impact,” he said. ”That is what I can’t stress enough.”

Patrick Marleau of the Toronto Maple Leafs was a boy in Saskatchewan when the Swift Current crash happened.

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Babcock has driven the stretch of two-lane highway north of Tisdale where the team was heading to play Game 5 of a semifinal against the Nipawin Hawks.

”I know that road pretty good,” he said. ”It didn’t seem like a big spot, it’s not mountains or anything like that, but accidents do happen.”

Marleau knows the hold the game has in his country, and how ”hockey is everything in Canada.”

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The Canadian Press and AP Sports Writer Pat Graham in Denver contributed to this report.

The Colorado Avalanche have brought back forward Gabriel Bourque on a one-year deal.

Bourque played in 58 games for the Avalanche in 2017-18 as he tallied five goals and six assists. He scored twice during Colorado’s first-round playoff loss to the Nashville Predators.

The 27-year-old Bourque was signed by Colorado as a free agent on Oct. 10, 2016. He was a fifth-round pick by the Predators in the 2009 draft and played in 242 games with Nashville.

Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic said that part of Bourque’s appeal is that he ”plays hard minutes, kills penalties and is reliable at both ends of the ice.”

Earlier this month, Colorado signed defensemen Mark Alt and Mark Barberio to two-year deals.



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