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Melfort Mustangs Hockey Player, Dylen Ashe Is Dead

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The Lethbridge Hurricanes are saddened to announce the sudden death of their own, Dylan Ashe who died on Sunday 20th September 2020.

Melfort Mustangs Dylen Ashes death was confirmed by the Hockey club Lethbridge Hurricanes through their official Twitter page.

Dylan died in a vehicle rollover incident that happened on Saturday night.

“We are saddened to learn of the passing of Hurricanes prospect, Dylan Ashe. Our deepest condolences to Dylan’s family, friends, and teammates. Rest In Peace, Dylan.”

 

According to ctvnews, Dylan Ashe was known for spending countless hours rebuilding his 1984 Chevy truck.

He passed away on the weekend, also loved hunting, fishing and snowmobiling.

“He always had a big smile coming home and hugs before and after he left,” said his mother, Della, speaking to CTV News Regina via Facebook.

“Hockey and his team were his life,” she said

“I can honestly say I’m numb, and my heart literally feels broken,” she said.

The Melfort Mustangs provided condolences for his family.

“From our entire organization we would like to send our deepest sympathies and condolences to the Ashe family. You are in our thoughts and prayers,” the team said on Twitter.

In an official statement dropped by Della Headon Ashe states:

“This is the hardest and most heartbreaking post I have ever had to make. Dylan was driving back to the lake last night and rolled the car. He didn’t make it out of the accident alive. I can honestly say I’m numb, and my heart literally feels broken. He was the most easy-going, fun-loving, and never in a rush for anything type of guy. He loved his family and truck. Oh that truck, boy did he work hard on it. My favourite thing was when he would come home and go directly to each of us and give us a big hug. He was making his last trip out to the lake and then heading home here for a couple of days before taking off to Melfort for his second season with the Mustangs. He was looking forward to seeing all his hockey buddies. I am comforted knowing he was doing everything he loved to do, but unfortunately never fulfilled his dreams here, and now he will always be in my dreams. I can’t believe your life was so short. Please watch over us. I love you so, so, so much.”

 

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