The legal hit that paralyzed Jack Jablonski last winter basically changed the rules of high school hockey overnight.
All Jack Jablonski wants is for his life to return to some sort of normalcy following a devastating hockey injury, and he’ll get one step closer to that on Tuesday.
The family of a high school student paralyzed after being hit in a hockey game says he has crawled with the help of therapists.
It’s not quite the way he envisioned, but Jack Jablonski is headed to the Class AA Boys State Hockey Tournament next week.
A report released Thursday by the Minnesota State High School League said Jenna Privette was not checked and no illegal hit was made before she went into the boards in a recent girls high school hockey game.
It has been only eight days since the horrific injury that left Jack Jablonski paralyzed. For all the outpouring, there has also been an underlying discussion about the need to take a tougher stand on the kind of hit that took Jablonski down.
St. Croix Lutheran senior Jenna Privette suffered a serious injury in the Saints’ girls hockey game Friday night against the St. Paul Blades. Privette went hard into the boards after taking a shot on goal and reportedly lost feeling over most of her body.
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.