Caleb Reimer, Ronin Sharma and Parker Magnuson Death :Three Teenage Hockey Players Killed in Car Accident.
We are sad to report that Three Canadian Teenage Hockey Players Killed in Car Accident has passed away, after a fatal car accident.
Caleb Reimer, Ronin Sharma and Parker Magnuson lost their lives after their car crashed into a tree early on Saturday in Surrey, B.C.
Reimer, 16, spent most of last season with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL. In his rookie season, the 2019 first-round pick in the WHL bantam draft had three goals and five points in 19 games and was set to play a bigger role with the team this coming season.
Reimer was named to Canada’s U-17 World Hockey Challenge development camp roster back in 2020.
Sharma, 16, had committed to play with the BCHL’s Langely Riverman last year, but COVID-19 prevented the regular season from occurring. He last played with the Delta Hockey Academy’s U-16 team, leading the team in scoring with 43 points in 36 games in 2019-20.
Magnuson,17, also played with the Delta Hockey Academy, earning some U-17 and U-18 time in the past. SI reported on August 22. 2021.
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Condolences.Tabatha Dowhaniuk wrote
So devastating, our hearts hurt for all, sending love and hugs. Never forgotten.Kati Hardt Marlow wrote
I’m sick for his parents. So heart breaking .Taryn Sakaki Kuiack wrote
Rest in peace, soar high, and may you watch over your brothers as they play their hearts out in your honour.Suzanna Hickey-Myers wrote
God bless the family and friends may you all be blanketed in his love and peace during this tradgic time.Sherry Pysyk
Oh so heartbreaking. Our condolences to his family, friends and The Edmonton Oil Kings. May he Rest In Peace.Stephan Messenger wrote
That’s a huge loss to the team, too. My condolences to his family. RIP Reimer.
Robert Tom wroteThis was really sad to hear. This kid had a bright future and was on a very great organization like the oil kings who had a really great team for him to play on. My condolences to his family and friends on their tragic loss.Dawn Kuny wroteThis is an incomprehensible loss We are thinking of Caleb’s parents and family and sending our love, hugs, and deepest condolences.Caleb will be remembered for his smile and positive impact both on and off the ice. He was a great teammate to Brendan and he will be missed.Katie Hay wrote
We started this journey together on the 2019 WHL draft day – so many great adventures together since that day. Forever in our hearts – The Hays.
Sherry Pysyk wrote
Oh so heartbreaking. Our condolences to his family, friends and The Edmonton Oil Kings. May he Rest In Peace.
Jimmy O’Neill wrote
Shit. My life was changed from a car accident 3 years ago, but thankfully I’m still alive. These events seem to be happening more often these days. It could be the PTSD, but I’m in fear every day that this could happen to my family. The Lower Mainland is broken.
Bill Otten wrote
One would have to know these boys were well raised and good young men. A team sport like hockey is one that requires full time dedication, and results in boys of good character. What a sad thing to happen. May God bless you.
Center Ice Hockey wrote
We regret to announce the passing of Caleb Reimer (16), Ronin Sharma (16) and Parker Magnuson (17) following injuries sustained in a car accident early Saturday.
All three attended the Delta Hockey Academy, with Reimer making the transition to the Edmonton Oil Kings, playing in 18 games last season.