Stewart also printed and sold decals of the Broncos' logo, and will be selling prints of the group photo for $10, with all proceeds being sent to Humboldt. "But they loved her and she loved them".
His cousin Blaise Phillipo wasn't wearing a sports jersey on Thursday, but instead showed his respects by wearing green, a Broncos team colour.
Country pop singer Shania Twain, Toronto's mayor and thousands of others shared photos online with the hashtag #JerseysforHumboldt.
The tragedy has been felt by the Western Kings major midget hockey organization, whose players and personnel spend the long winters travelling across the province in some wild and whacky weather.
Bob Farquharson pauses to look at a memorial at Mount Royal University for Dayna Brons Thursday, April 12, 2018.
Authorities said the 16th person killed from the crash, the team's athletic therapist, died on Wednesday as a result of her injuries.
"I think one thing that we underestimate with the impact of trauma, and PTSD, and going through things like this, is the magnitude of the impact", he says.
"If it (were to) happen here, they'd probably do a movement like this and I thought it was important to support the families", Volek said in a phone interview with The Canadian Press.
He hopes every hockey team in the country will go to the website, click on the link to Canadian Blood Services and sign up to donate blood.
"She was surrounded by those she loved and those who loved her", her family said in a statement.
"This could be any team and the hockey world is a close-knit family", he said.
Less than a week after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, a broadcaster in his first year as play-by-play announcer for the team is the first victim was laid to rest today. Boulet had been accepted to attend the university this fall.
Here in Canada, these are some of the touching Jersey Day tributes online showing support for all who were touched by last week's crash. He was the former captain of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
Native, Brons announced that they will forever remember her smile and love for the sport.