The Jack Jablonski story has been a surreal one since the Benilde-St. Margaret’s student was paralyzing after getting checked from behind in a game against Wayzata.
It’s a great time of year to be a high school sports fan. Every game is getting a little more important, every meet that much more crucial.
The hockey community got together Saturday to have a little fun and show its support for a friend and teammate.
We’re now in the home stretch of the conference seasons around the state in prep basketball and prep hockey.
A paralyzed Minnesota high school hockey player has left the hospital and entered a rehabilitation program.
It was a big weekend for hockey in Minnesota; and the athletes that took part weren’t only playing to win, they were playing to help a wounded player.
It’s a big weekend for Minnesota high school hockey as the state celebrates Hockey Day Minnesota.
This weekend the family of Jack Jablonski announced a “grass roots” effort to change the game of hockey to make it safer.
It’s been a big week on the high school sports scene and it’s only half over.
This year’s Hockey Day Minnesota will be dedicated to the family of Jack Jablonski, the Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player paralyzed in a game last month.
Jack Jablonski’s team from Benilde-St. Margaret’s will take to the ice Saturday night for the first time since Jablonski suffered the hit that left him paralyzed. And off the ice, the support for “Jabs” has gone viral – in the form on an international trend and tribute.
The University of Minnesota men’s hockey team plans to raise money for a Twin Cities high school player paralyzed in a game.
High school sports have been in the spotlight this week all across Minnesota and the nation after Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player Jack Jablonski’s paralyzing hit last week.
The story of Benilde St. Margaet’s Jack Jablonski’s paralyzing injury is a chilling reminder, because 15 years ago Ben Peyton was playing hockey for Edina when a hit left him paralyzed. He has made great progress since that day, not just physically.
Students throughout the state wore white to school to show support for injured hockey player Jack Jablonski. Jablonski was paralyzed after taking a hit in a hockey game between Benilde-St. Margaret’s and Wayzata last Friday.