A high school hockey player who was paralyzed last year says he made a big step Tuesday in his recovery.
For the second time since he was released from rehab, high school hockey player Jack Jablonski has returned to the hospital.
One week after he left Sister Kenny Institute, high school hockey player Jack Jablonski is once again being hospitalized.
Jack Jablonski is finally on his way home. The paralyzed high school hockey player was released from Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Wednesday afternoon, leaving him with mixed emotions.
A major milestone for Jack Jablonski — the paralyzed high school hockey player will be leaving Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
The hockey player who was paralyzed earlier this year is now without a neck brace. The 16-year-old suffered a paralyzing hit during a high school hockey game that severed his spinal cord.
Paralyzed high school hockey player Jack Jablonski is finally able to move his head.
The Minnesota State High School League is explaining why a paralyzed hockey player was not on the ice after his team won the Class 2A state boys championship.
Grant Besse scored five goals — including three short-handed — to lead Benilde-St. Margaret’s past Hill-Murray 5-1 in the Class 2A state boys hockey championship.
Jack Jablonski’s teammates at Benilde-St. Margaret’s took the ice at the Xcel Energy Center to start what they hope is a deep state run in his honor.
With so many high-profile injuries involving hockey players, a major push is underway to improve safety. In fact, some big names came together Thursday morning.
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It’s not quite the way he envisioned, but Jack Jablonski is headed to the Class AA Boys State Hockey Tournament next week.
A Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed on the ice nearly two months ago has made a surprise visit to his teammates.
It was the hit heard around the nation, and now it’s affecting rules in the game of hockey.
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.
There are some promising signs for paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski.
The hockey community got together Saturday to have a little fun and show its support for a friend and teammate.
The Minnesota Twins are back at the Metrodome this weekend for a huge fan festival: TwinsFest.
Tuesday is Jack Jablonski’s first full day at his new rehabilitation center.
Two paralyzed Minnesota hockey players are now out of the hospital and headed for rehabilitation.
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.
Support for Jack Jablonski is growing. Each new day brings a new face. Now, a former National Hockey League star is calling Jablonski “his inspiration.”
The family of Jack Jablonski says the paralyzed prep hockey player is able to “take in the world” from a vertical position with the help of a special chair.