On Friday, a Saskatchewan junior hockey team—known fondly as the Humboldt Broncos—was on its way to a game when its bus collided with a tractor trailer at a four-way stop.

The crash killed fifteen people ranging in age from 16 to 21 years old, including the team’s coach and assistant coach, the bus driver and the team’s announcer.

Here’s a full list of those who passed:

  • Logan Boulet, 21, of Lethbridge, Alta.
  • Adam Herold, 16, of of Montmartre, Sask.
  • Logan Hunter, 18, of St. Albert, Alta.
  • Jaxon Joseph, 20, of Edmonton
  • Jacob Leicht, 19, of Humboldt, Sask.
  • Conner Lukan, 21, of Slave Lake, Alta.
  • Logan Schatz, 20, of Allan, Sask.
  • Evan Thomas, 18, of Saskatoon
  • Parker Tobin, 18, of Stony Plain, Alta.
  • Stephen Wack, 21, of St. Albert, Alta.
  • Tyler Bieber, announcer, 29, of Humboldt, Sask.
  • Mark Cross, assistant coach, 27, of Strasbourg, Sask.
  • Darcy Haugan, head coach, 42, of Humboldt, Sask.
  • Brody Hinz, stats expert, 18, of Humboldt, Sask.
  • Glen Doerksen, bus driver, 59, of Carrot River, Sask.

The tragedy sparked grief in the community and beyond. On Sunday night, hockey sticks were left on porches across the country in honour of the lives lost and this morning, KiSS took a moment of silence to commemorate the tragedy. As well, Humboldt mayor Rob Muench and Broncos defenceman Ryan Straschnitzki were invited on the Roz & Mocha show to talk about the shock, pain and loss ringing across the town, the province and the country.