RCMP Identify The Victims of the Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash


UPDATED at 11:42AM April 8, 2018 following announcement of misidentification of victim and survivor by coroner’s office.


WINNIPEG, MB – A community, a province, a country, and the world is still grieving the deaths of fifteen people after a crash involving the Broncs bus and a semi-truck on a Saskatchewan highway late Friday afternoon.

14 people were injured in the crash, with some remaining in hospital at this time. The victims include; ten players, a head coach, an assistant coach, a volunteer, a driver, and a broadcaster.

RCMP have released the names of the 15 people who died from the crash.

Players were:

Adam Herold, 16, Montmartre Sask.

Conner Lukan, 21, Slave Lake, Alta.

Evan Thomas, 18, Saskatoon, Sask.

Jacob Leicht, 19, Humboldt, Sask.

Jaxon Joseph, 20, Edmonton, Alta.

Logan Boulet, 21, Lethbridge, Alta.

Logan Hunter, 18, St. Albert, Alta.

Logan Schatz, 20, Allan, Sask.

Stephen Wack, 21, St. Albert, Alta.

Parker Tobin, 18, Stoney Plain, AB

Team personel:

Brody Hinz, 18, Humboldt, Sask.

Darcy Haugan, 42, Humboldt, Sask.

Glen Doerksen, 59, Carrot River, Sask.

Mark Cross, 27, Strasbourg, Sask.

Tyler Bieber, 29, Humboldt, Sask.

Below are photos of the 15 victims from this tragic collision.

Darcy Haugan

Darcy was 42 years old and was the Head Coach and General Manager of the Humboldt Broncos. He is survived by his wife and two children. (Photo – Darcy Haugan – Twitter/@DebbieJayneC)

Jaxon Joseph

Joseph was 20 years old from Alberta. He was one of the leading scorers in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoffs. Joseph use to play with the Surrey Eagles. Their twitter account shared many fond memories of Joseph. (Photo – @SurreyEagles)

Brody Hinz

Brody was 18 years old and worked with the Broncos and for the local radio station compiling stats. (Photo @reidgardiner19)

Logan Schatz

Logan, the Captain of the Broncos, was 20 years old. He was from Saskatchewan and in his fourth season playing for Humboldt. (Photo – Logan Schatz – SJHL)

Adam Herold

16-year-old Adam Herold was from Saskatchewan and once played for the Regina Pats Canadians. (Photo – reginapatcanadians.ca)

Mark Cross

Mark was 27 years old and an assistant coach for Humboldt. Mark also once played in the SLHL with Estevan. (Photo YouTube)

Tyler Bieber

Tyler was the voice of the Broncos, their play-by-play announcer on Humboldt radio station 107.5 Bolt FM. (Photo YouTube)

Stephen Wack

Steven was 21 years old from Alberta, playing in his second season with the Broncos. (Photo YouTube)

Logan Hunter

Logan was18 years old and from Alberta. Logan once played for the St. Albert Raiders. (Photo YouTube)

Parker Tobin

RCMP Identify The Victims of the Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash

Parker was 18 years and a goalie for the Broncos. He was from Stoney Plain Alberta. (Photo YouTube)

Conner Lukan

Conner was 20 years old and formerly played in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He just joined the Broncos this year. (Photo YouTube)

Logan Boulet

Logan was 21 years old from Lethbridge Alberta. According to an article by CBC, “Logan had been kept on life support, until matches for his organs could be found. He was expected to be taken off life support Saturday evening.” (Photo YouTube)

Jacob Leicht

Jacob was 19 years old from Humboldt and according to hockeydb.com, he was playing in his first season with the Broncos. (Photo YouTube)

Evan Thomas

Evan was 18 years old and played Centre for the Broncos. He was born in Saskatoon. (Photo YouTube)

Glen Doerksen

Players Confirmed Dead

Glen was 59 years old and the driver of the bus. There were many tributes to him on Facebook, remembering him and his love of hockey. (Photo/Facebook)