hockey parents and fans line up to have humboldt broncos logo printed on jerseys
John was waiting in line for hours for shirts and hockey jerseys with the Humboldt Mustang logo.
On Monday, Bay Roberts held a Hockey fundraiser for the family of Parker tobinnon, the victim of the Humboldt crash.
John\'s graphic clothing store global apparel company says they will be at T-
Free shirts and hockey jerseys on Tuesday and Wednesday.
By Wednesday afternoon, about 4,000 signs had been printed to support the Broncos, and the store had received a large donation from the family of Parker Tobin at St.
John and the location of the South of concept Bay.
\"We \'ve had people vote 50, 100, which is crazy,\" said employee Wanda peach . \".
\"We know it\'s going to be busy and we know it\'s going to be busy because there are a lot of hockey supporters everywhere.
On Thursday, many people across Canada will celebrate \"Jersey Day\" and support the Humboldt Broncos in their jerseys.
\"They will never forget those guys\" is another solidarity with a team whose plight has been playing hockey not far from home --
His parents, Dave White, said he took the opportunity to show support.
25 years ago, his teammate Dean litle died during a hockey trip.
\"At the age of 13, we lost a good friend in the hockey game in Bonavista because of a tragic accident, so we first knew --
\"Look at the impact it has on the community,\" White said . \" He grew up in town and now lives in St. John\'s.
\"I can\'t imagine what they went through without 15 lives, which must have been heartbreaking.
It makes us sad. it makes us remember our lost friends.
White said: \"He is still getting together with his friends and former teammates to talk about accidents and about Dean.
\"All the people who survived the accident, they will never forget these people. Ever.
After 20, 30, 40 years, they will still remember it as they did yesterday.
\"He wants them to know what it\'s like to be part of the team and stand with the Broncos.
\"We want to make sure they put on this dress, and maybe we will explain to them in a timely manner more details about what happened.
\"On Wednesday, many other parents were on the same boat as white, trying to explain to their young children what happened in Humboldt.
Edward Whelan says putting the team logo on the jersey is a way to talk about it, his sevenyear-
The old son is an avid hockey player.
\"He really doesn\'t know what\'s going on ,[but]
We have already talked to him about this tragedy . \"
\"Try to cherish the memories you have, hope is safe and love your friends as much as you can.
Kim Herley says she doesn\'t mind waiting for hours to show support.
\"It hit close to home.
\"My automatic response is to cry, it\'s a community movement where everyone is involved and all parents are involved,\" Hurley said . \".
\"So I was really sad to hear about it.
\"Despite the long wait, the people in line showed this community spirit.
Hurleymet met another woman who could not line up for a long time as her son had just been discharged from Janeway hospital and shequickly came in to help.
\"I told her to go on the road and she gave me her coat and gloves and I was right here. About a two-
\"Wait an hour,\" she said.
In the days to come, many young hockey playersL.
I will take long and long trips to their competition, fasten my skates and put everything on the ice.
Many of them will wear a New Jersey decorated with the logo of the wild horse.