Today, April 6 marks exactly one year since 16 lives were tragically lost in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. To commemorate and remember the lives the lost, Canadians are putting their sticks out for Humboldt, once again on the anniversary of the deadly crash.\nIt was one year ago to the day that the bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team and their staff was hit by a transport truck in Saskatchewan. We now know that the truck was driven by Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, who failed to stop at a stop sign, causing the horrific crash. Sidhu has since been sentenced to eight years in prison.\nREAD ALSO: Humboldt Broncos Truck Driver Officially Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison\nAt the time of the crash though, 16 people were tragically killed and 13 others were injured. Those who lost their lives are:\nLogan Boulet, 21 years old\nAdam Herald, 16 years old \nBrody Hinz, 18 years old \nLogan Hunter, 18 years old\nJaxon Joseph, 20 years old\nJacob Leight, 19 years old\nConnor Lukan, 21 years old \nLogan Schatz, 20 years old \nEvan Thomas, 18 years old\nParker Tobin, 18 years old \nStephan Wack, 21 years old\nTyler Bieber, 29 years old (team announcer)\nDayna Brons, 24 years old (team trainer) \nMark Cross, 27 years old (assistant coach) \nGlen Doerekson, 59 years old (bus driver)\nDarcy Haugan, 42 years old (head coach)\n@canamhockeyembedded via\nAll of the victims of the crash, including the 13 who were injured are being remembered by Canadians today, who are once again putting their sticks out for Humboldt.\nIn the aftermath of the crash, to pay tribute to the victims and families, Canadians began leaving hockey sticks outside of their front doors. Now on the anniversary of the tragic accident, Canadians are reigniting the commemoration once again.\nAcross the country, hockey sticks are being put out to remind everyone that we are Humboldt Strong and to show support for the victims and their families on what is likely a difficult day.\nThe Stouffville Spirit Minor Atom AE team is playing in their final tournament of the year, and in memory and respect for the Humboldt Broncos the team has taped their sticks in Green, Play Hard Boys #humboldtstrong #HumboldtStrong pic.twitter.com/nD312Mk9HW\n— mike c. (@string1956) April 6, 2019\nToday, we’ve got our sticks out for Humboldt. One year later, we stand with you in your grief.🏒#humboldtstrong pic.twitter.com/skEGkUoG7h\n— Seamus O'Regan (@SeamusORegan) April 6, 2019\n#SticksOutForHumboldt #HumboldtStrong 💚💛 pic.twitter.com/pWco9ssSRh\n— David Brockie (@DaveBrockie18) April 6, 2019\n#HumboldtStrong #oneyearlater #NeverForget #putyoursticksout 💚🏒 pic.twitter.com/OiGBqBsZee\n— Christine Salberg (@Innov8ivePlanit) April 6, 2019\nEven the NHL is paying tribute to the Humboldt Broncos, posting a video on their Twitter today showing their sticks out at all the teams in across Canada and the US. The video features the song, Humboldt Strong which was written by an Ontario musician shortly after the crash.\nOn this anniversary, we remain, forever, #HumboldtStrong. pic.twitter.com/HprSIuaPbs\n— NHL (@NHL) April 6, 2019\nREAD ALSO: The Humboldt Broncos Crash Happened At The Exact Same Intersection As A Different Fatal Accident 20 Years Ago\nOn April 6, and always, we are all Humboldt Strong.