ST. DOMINIC SCHOOL RECENTLY HAD A VISIT FROM THE HUMBOLDT BRONCOS.
The Broncos heavily improved season continues this week with a trio of games but that hasn’t stopped the players from giving back to the community they call home over the winter.
Last week the Broncos visited Humboldt’s St. Dominic School over lunch and helped serve the students food to recharge them for an afternoon of learning.
Third year Bronco, Michael Korol who was on hand at the south end Humboldt school says there’s not many better ways to spend a hour.
“Seeing the smiles on kids faces, knowing that they look up to you as a role model is a very humbling experience and definitely puts into perspective how lucky we all are to be a part of this organization”
Korol has been with the club since he cracked the roster as a speedy centreman out of Saskatoon in his 17 year-old season. Now he wears an assistant captain letter and leads both on and off the ice.
“I think it’s always a great time giving back to the community for all the support they have given us over the years. The fans and people surrounding us are the main reason we’re able to wear the Bronco jersey.”
Korol has been out with an injury but could return to the line-up Wednesday night when Humboldt travels to Kindersley to meet the Klippers.
All the action is on 107.5 Bolt FM starting with the pregame show at 7:15, face-off is 7:30.