Minnesotans place hockey sticks outside door to remember Humboldt Broncos

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Corrinna Dearborn

People across the country and in Canada are placing hockey sticks outside their doors to remember the lives lost in a hockey bus crash over the weekend.

On April 6, a semi-trailer slammed into a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos, a youth hockey team, in Saskatchewan. 

The people of the small town of Humboldt grieved at their hockey arena Sunday, laying flowers and jerseys in a makeshift memorial at the entrance and later gathering inside to mourn the deaths of 15 people.

The 14 others on the bus were injured, some critically, in Friday night's collision. Among the dead are Broncos head coach Darcy Haugan, team captain Logan Schatz and radio announcer Tyler Bieber.