RCMP has confirmed that there have been casualties, but are unable to give details at this time.
The Broncos website says Joseph, who was 20 years old, was among the leading scorers in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoffs, playing on a line with Logan Schatz, another player who lost his life in the crash.
News continues to be released about the fatal collision in Saskatchewan involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus and a semi-truck.
"I´m here to help", said a sticker on one woman´s blouse. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe re-tweeted a photo of one player who survived, Derek Patter, lying side-by-side with two other injured players on hospital beds, clasping each others´ hands in support.
Kevin Porter, the president of the St. Albert Raiders hockey club, told The Canadian Press that 18-year-old Hunter, a forward, was also killed in the crash.
Around 5 p.m. Friday, the truck was heading west at a highway intersection south of Nipawin when it collided with the bus.
There was a "high volume of incoming trauma cases" at Royal University Hospital and St Paul's Hospital, the Saskatchewan Health Authority said on Twitter.
Masri said it was emotional given Saskatchewan communities are knit together by hockey.
The Humboldt Broncos, the City of Humboldt and the RCMP held an emotional press conference on Saturday afternoon in the wake of a crash that killed more than a dozen people on the Broncos bus on Friday afternoon. "This was either personal because you knew someone or personal because you could really relate to it".
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Indian cyclists disappointed on the second day as all of them failed to advance to the medal rounds. He managed 136 kilograms in the snatch and 159 kg in clean and jerk for a total of 295 kg.
On Saturday morning, Nipawin was quiet.
Our province has always been one community.
Many people wandered in and out of the arena during the day.
Flowers were placed on the stairs in the rink stands.
Muench went on to say that he had spoken on the phone to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who offered his condolences as well as condolences from other world leaders, including United States president Donald Trump.
"Tonight, we all must pray for these families".
"It is sort of every parent's worst nightmare", Henry said. "No one should ever have to see their child leave to play the sport they love and never come back".
A GoFundMe Page page created by a Humboldt, Sask. resident just hours after the tragic Broncos bus crash has raised $2.5 million, after taking less than 24 hours to cross the $1 million mark.
Before becoming a coach, he played junior hockey in the league in the 1990s. Other team personnel and a radio reporter were also on the bus.