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Jablonski to enter rehab center

Jack Jablonski, the Benilde-St. Margaret hockey player who was paralyzed in a game last month, is expected to enter the Sister Kenny rehabilitation center at Abbott Northwestern hospital today. Jablonski's family wrote on his Caring Bridge web site that they're optimistic Jack will "continue to make progress beyond belief."
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Jack Jablonski, the Benilde-St. Margaret hockey player who was paralyzed in a game last month, is expected to enter the Sister Kenny rehabilitation center at Abbott Northwestern hospital today. Jablonski's family wrote on his Caring Bridge web site that they're optimistic Jack will "continue to make progress beyond belief."

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