Hockey tragedy: The Canadian town of Humboldt was in mourning this week after a bus carrying its junior hockey team collided with a tractor trailer, killing 15 people and injuring 14 others. Ten players and two coaches with the Humboldt Broncos died in the accident, which happened as the team was headed to a Friday-night game. Many of the players—ages 16 to 21—had come to Humboldt from elsewhere in Canada to play on the team, so they were mourned by the host families they lived with during the season as well as their own families. “Our hearts have been splintered,” said Rene Cannon, host to two players killed in the crash. People across Canada placed their hockey sticks outside their doors to honor the dead.