Jack Jablonski’s recovery has been full of miracles. Sunday marks one year since the Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player suffered an injury on the ice that left him paralyzed.
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.
It’s not quite the way he envisioned, but Jack Jablonski is headed to the Class AA Boys State Hockey Tournament next week.
In light of two local students getting hurt on the ice, hockey players and coaches are being asked to sign a pledge, promising they’ll follow the rules and avoid dangerous play.
The hockey community continues to support the two high school players that suffered serious injuries on the ice.
Jack Jablonski’s family says he is moving both arms — a feat that was thought to be impossible given the hockey player’s injury.
Jack Jablonski’s Benilde-St. Margaret teammates took to the ice Saturday night for the first game since the 16-year-old suffered the paralyzing injury, and the game, despite his absence, appeared to be all about him.