Former MN Hockey Player Signs with the Kings
At a young age, many Minnesota Hockey players dream of signing a professional contract with a NHL team but after an accident left Jack Jablonski paralyzed that dream became a reality in a different way.
Jablonski was hired by the Los Angeles Kings as a full time Content Coordinator with the team. He previously served as an intern with the organization while attending the University of Southern California. Jack played hockey for Benilde-St. Margaret's but broke his neck at the C5 and C6 Vertebrae during a Junior Varsity game in 2011 leaving him paralyzed, Jablonski set his eyes on another dream in the NHL.
Fox Sports West, which covers all Los Angeles Kings games in Southern California, put a promo together highlighting Jablonksi and welcoming him to the Organization.
This feel good story goes to shows that no matter what challenges life throws at you, you can still chase your dreams!
You can visit Bel13vieFoundation.org to learn more about the Jack Jablonski Bel13ve in Miracles Foundation and it's mission of funding the medical research at the Mayo Clinic required to make recovery possible for everyone living with paralysis.
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