Humboldt assistant GM Jason Neville resigns: 'I will always be a Bronco'
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Humboldt Broncos assistant general manager Jason Neville is leaving the organization.

Neville announced the move in a statement Saturday night, writing that "this was not an easy decision, but I know it is the right choice for me." He concluded by saying that, although there is nothing specific lined up, he plans to stay in the hockey world and will always have reverence for Humboldt. "I do know I will always be a Bronco," he wrote.

Both the Broncos' official Twitter account and general manager/head coach Nathan Oystrick offered thoughts on Neville's decision as well.

Neville was instrumental in assembling the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team for the upcoming season following the tragic bus crash in April that left 16 dead and 13 injured.

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Humboldt assistant GM Jason Neville resigns: 'I will always be a Bronco'
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