Surgery goes 'very well' for injured high school hockey player

Surgeons worked to fuse fractured vertebrae in Jack Jablonski's neck Wednesday. It remains unclear whether the Benilde-St. Margaret sophomore will regain motor control lost after he suffered the injury during a high school hockey game.
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Surgeons worked to fuse fractured vertebrae in Jack Jablonski's neck Wednesday. It remains unclear whether the Benilde-St. Margaret sophomore will regain motor control lost after he suffered the injury during a high school hockey game.

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A student at Benilde-St. Margaret's who suffered a paralyzing injury during a hockey game is having surgery on Wednesday morning. Doctors will fuse together Jack Jablonski's damaged vertebrae.

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16 year-old Jack Jablonski underwent spinal surgery Wednesday to fuse together two fractured vertebrae in neck. The Benilde St. Margaret's hockey player was injured in a junior varsity game last week. It's unclear if Jablonski will gain bodily control over his legs again.

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Students across the state wore white to show support for Jack Jablonski of Benilde-St. Margaret's, who was paralyzed during a hockey game last Friday. Even more support has been felt with people reaching out online.

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Benilde-St. Margaret's sophomore Jack Jablonski suffered a spinal injury during a hockey game. Doctors on Wednesday morning performed surgery, fusing two fractured vertebrae. While the procedure went very well, the family reported, it also confirmed the severity of the damage.

High school sophomore paralyzed in hockey game

A Twin Cities hockey player is hospitalized in critical condition with two broken vertebrae in his neck after he was slammed into the boards Friday. The Star Tribune reports 16-year-old Jack Jablonski was injured during the Holiday Hockey Classic tournament at the St. Louis Park Recreation Center. The hockey forward and honors student at Benilde-St. Margaret's only has limited movement in his hands and fingers.

Prep hockey player Jack Jablonski making progress

According to family, the Benilde-St. Margaret's sophomore is getting stronger and will begin rehabilitation soon. Jablonski is sitting up in a specialized chair and moving his arms below the triceps. The 16-year-old hockey player was checked from behind during a junior-varsity game on December 30. Jablonski severed his spinal cord and fractured two vertebrae.