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.