NHL Stars Join Benefit Event for Jablonski, Other Injured Players
About 30 current and former NHL stars are showing their support for young paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski.
Players like Ryan Suter and Jeremy Roenick are attending the Believe in Miracles event at the Xcel Center tonight.
The Pioneer Press reports the sold-out dinner for 800 people has raised $120,000 in ticket sales. Proceeds go to charities supporting spinal cord injury relief and research.
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