The ECHL announced that they would be joining the hockey community in observing a moment of silence before each of their games as well.
Meanwhile Darren Opp, President of the Nipawin Hawks hockey team, said players and staff from the Hawks were waiting to help.
Police said early Saturday another 14 were injured, three of them critically.
"I can not imagine what these parents are going through, and my heart goes out to everyone affected by this awful tragedy, in the Humboldt community and beyond", Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote on Twitter late Friday. "Obviously, we didn't have any fatalities, but I don't know if it's because we were in control, I was in control and I knew what was happening".
The players had been on their way to compete in Game 5 of a playoff series against the Nipawin Hawks when the bus they were traveling in collided with a semi-trailer.
"Hockey was what brought us all together and we had two communities that were rivals in the rink".
Sheldon Kennedy says his heart goes out to the families of the victims and the first responders on scene. Multiple crisis workers were assisting in a separate area.
"It's going to affect the community big time", Lauer said.
"We are heartbroken and completely devastated by the tragedy that occurred yesterday", Broncos team president Kevin Garinger said Saturday.
Funds from all corners of the country and beyond are pouring in for the families of a Saskatchewan junior hockey team following a tragic crash that has left 14 dead. "We try to support them the same way we try to support the other families".
Michelle Straschnitzki says her son Ryan, an 18-year-old defenceman from Airdrie, is in hospital with a broken back after the incident. "I am so sad for all of the teammates and I am losing my mind".
She described the experience of moving far away from home as a defining and sometimes hard one for both the players involved and the families who host them.
The Humboldt group took the Swift Current Broncos up on their offer of an affiliation between the Western Canada Hockey League Broncos and a new junior-A club.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the players and we ask that you join us in a moment of silence for all those who have been affected", Nolan said.
"We are just in utter disbelief and shock at the loss that's fallen upon us", he told CBC.
The team's roster shows that the Broncos' players range in age from 16 to 21, and are from Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.
"I think he's still in shock, still asking how everyone is and who perished and who didn't". It's got to rip the heart out of your chest.