There is another encouraging development for paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski.
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.
With his wheels beneath him and younger brother Max in tow, Jack Jablonski wasn’t even on the Vikings practice field when the cameras came out.
People inside the Vikings insist they are intent on making playing baseball a part of the new football stadium. If the NHL gets salary roll backs as part of their new collective bargaining agreement, it could be big savings for Craig Leipold on Zach Praise and Ryan Suter’s contracts. Suter chartered his own plane to be part of the fundraiser for Jack Jablonski. Nice move!
The family of a high school student paralyzed after being hit in a hockey game says he has crawled with the help of therapists.
Nearly 800 people, including big names in professional hockey, came out to the Xcel Energy Center Thursday night — not to play, but to say they believe in miracles.
Let’s start with some good news about Jack Jablonski, the 16-year-old high school hockey player who was paralyzed during a game last winter.
Jack Jablonski is making more progress, showing more movement, says his mother on their Caring Bridge website.
News reports of progress in rehabilitation are encouraging, according to HCMC’s Dr David Hilden.
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.