Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid travelled to Humboldt and Saskatoon on Tuesday — with Ryan O’Reilly from the Buffalo Sabres and junior hockey executive Sherry Bassin — to visit some of the families impacted and players injured in a devastating bus crash on April 6.

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The NHL phenom said he wanted the trip to be low-key and personal for the players and their families.

“This isn’t supposed to be a media event,” McDavid said.

McDavid visited the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon.

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He also went to Humboldt, where he, O’Reilly and Bassin visited schools, toured the local arena and spoke to families.

“[To] visit a community that’s obviously hurting and try to help them in any way we can … whether it’s in the smallest way possible, I think it’s worth it,” McDavid said.

On April 6, the Humboldt Broncos team bus collided with a semi-truck while en route to an SJHL playoff game.

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Sixteen people were killed as a result of the crash.

As of Tuesday afternoon, nine people remained in hospital; two in critical condition.

Watch below: Members of the Edmonton Oilers react to the devastating Humboldt Broncos bus crash.