A bus carrying the American Hockey League’s Albany River Rats crashed on slick roads in western Massachusetts early Thursday, injuring four players, including a pair of Canadians, and the team’s radio commentator.

The bus carrying the team back from a game in Lowell, Mass., struck a guardrail on Interstate 90. Police said the bus flipped onto its side before coming to rest.

Jonathan Paiement, a defenceman from Montreal, and Nicolas Blanchard, a forward from Granby, Que., were among those taken to hospital. Defenceman Casey Borer and winger Joe Jensen, along with radio commentator John Hennessy, were also at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, coach Jeff Daniels said. None of the injuries was considered life-threatening.

Albany’s game Friday against Bridgeport was cancelled.

Borer spent parts of the past two seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes. He skated in three games in December with Carolina before he was sent back down to Albany. He has one goal and two assists in 14 career NHL games with Carolina. Jensen had one goal in six games late last season with the Hurricanes.