CALGARY – Eight months after they were stopped at a destructive bus stop, Humboldt Broncos Ryan Straschnitzki and Jacob Wasserman will have a good meeting.
Straschnitzki, defenseman, and Wasserman, a goaltender, played in April in April at the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.
But the season of the hockey team has been short in the midst of a Broncos bus and junction, with 16 people killed and 13 others injured.
Two young men were constantly in contact with the accidents, unfortunately falling from Strasburg and falling into the Wasserman stumbling block.
Two sledge hockey players have been activated to keep their ice dreams alive and have been invited to participate in a short exhibition show at the University of Denver on Friday.
"We're playing a game of NCAA, and mine and Wasserman's goal is to play college hockey or hockey and it will be exciting," said Straschnitzki.
"During intermission, we're playing a little sledge hockey scrimmage, so I'm on Wasserman's ice for the first time in April, so I'm pretty."
Experience will be the first major match of the National Collective Society of the University of Denver Pioneer and Providence Friars.
The weekend also included the puck in the NHL Colorado Avalanche game and an NFL game attended Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Straschnitzki is excited about ice talk.
"Exciting, exciting, it will be a whole mix of emotions, but I'm happy. We went through similar accidents and we're close," he said.
"Right now we are doing the same thing, and if you're behind each other, I think we'll get it one day."
Denver's invitation to the Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation, helping adult hockey players and their families, due to a severe crisis or illness.
"Really, it will be really great," said Marty Richardson, Executive Director of Dawg National.
Strasnitz participated in the Calgary sledge hockey charity in September. He works four nights a week and represents the Canadian Canadian Olympic Games.
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