WATCH: Penguins honour Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivor

As the hockey world continues to put its support behind the Humboldt Broncos, the Pittsburgh Penguins honoured one of the players who survived the deadly bus accident.

Brayden Camrud, 19, suffered a concussion and multiple bruises and cuts in the April 6 crash. 

On Tuesday, Camrud was watching the Penguins face-off with the rival Washington Capitals. He was invited to the game by former Penguin and Saskatoon native Colby Armstrong. 

During a stoppage in play the Penguins PA announcer announced to the crowd that Camrud was in attendance and fans gave him a loud ovation while he was shown on the PPG Paints Arena's jumbo Tron.

The Pens aren't the first club to honour a surviving Bronco.

On April 21 the Winnipeg Jets welcomed hometown Matthieu Gomercic to Game 5 of their first round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild.

On Monday another person involved in the bus crash was released from Saskatoon hospital.

According to the Saskatchewan Health Authority four victims remain in hospital, none of their injuries are considered life-threatening.