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.
More than two weeks after a hockey hit paralyzed Jack Jablonski, the Minnesota State High School League announced major changes on Monday to the penalty structure of high school hockey, effective immediately.
It’s been a crazy time in high school sports, and a lot of what’s happened lately is making all of us reflect on what’s truly important in life.
In a rare mid-season move, the Minnesota State High School League increased the in-game penalties for three dangerous types of hockey hits.