Donate to Jack Jablonski

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JANUARY 02: (***EDITORS NOTE*** THIS PANORAMIC COMPOSITE IMAGE WAS CREATED USING PHOTO STITCHING SOFTWARE) The Philadelphia Flyers take on the New York Rangers during the 2012 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park on January 2, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

I saw this link come across Deadspin last night:

Doctors at Hennepin County Medical Center say Benilde-St. Margaret’s sophomore Jack Jablonski has a severed spinal cord – the result of an accidental check from behind that sent him into the boards and down to the ice during a hockey game Friday in St. Louis Park.

We're a hockey blog. All of us watch hockey and are thankful for players who sacrifice a lot to entertain us, some of us play hockey and skate despite knowing the risks out there.

Jack Jablonski may never walk again, and as a hockey community it'd be a nice gesture if we donated money to him and his family for medical bills and family expenses. The hospital he's at set up a donation page that's available right here. (Edit: link removed, see comments).

Once you've done that, if you have a twitter account help spread the word and tweet:

I donated to Jack Jablonski at (link removed) #donatetojack

I don't know him, but I'm sure he'll appreciate it.

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