Sports Radio 105 “The Ticket”, the Twin Cities new Sports Talk on FM debuts a weekly segment with Jack Jablonski.
Jack will host “Hockey Night in Minnesota” where he’ll cover the latest news and insights from the prep, college and pro hockey community and interview prominent personalities ranging from NHL players to coaches and administrators. Jack will be joined by co-hosts Bob Sansevere and Mike Morris.
Jack’s first guest Wednesday October 2nd is former Chicago Blackhawk great and current hockey analyst for the NBC Sports Network, Jeremy Roenick
“Hockey Night in Minnesota” airs from 5:15pm to 5:45pm CST every Wednesday on Sports Radio 105 The Ticket in Minneapolis on 105.1, 105.3 and 105.7 and streamed worldwide at
When the station announced Jack's new hosting role, Station Operations Manager Scott Jameson said, “Jack’s inspirational story illustrates how a positive outlook on life and a true love of sports can lead to new opportunities. Jack impressed us with his maturity and ability to deliver quality hockey commentary. We’re offering him a chance to explore the media business to see if it’s something he may pursue in college and beyond”.
Jack Jablonski added, “This is such an awesome opportunity. I'm looking forward to joining The Ticket and to share my love of the game of hockey.
The Jack Jablonski “Bel13ve in Miracles“ Foundation was created to help others with spinal cord injuries have access to the same great therapies helping Jack today and funding research to advance spinal cord injury recovery.
The 2013 BEL13VE Gala was a great success
thanks to our many donors, sponsors, volunteers, and guests!
Thank you all for helping Jack support recovery opportunities
for others living with a spinal cord injury.
The 2013 BEL13VE Golf Tournament was a great success
thanks to our many donors, sponsors, volunteers, and golfers!
Thank you all for helping Jack support recovery opportunities for others
living with a spinal cord injury.
The Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation is a volunteer-led 501(c)3
not-for-profit organization that started by accident.
Jack Jablonski's life changed forever after he was hit during a high school hockey game. The resulting injury left him quadriplegic. During 2012, an outpouring of local and national support helped Jack begin the journey toward his personal goal to skate again.
That support also attracted unprecedented attention to the possibilities of spinal cord injury recovery. The BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation was established to focus community support on doing something amazing for everyone living with a spinal cord injury.
Through scholarships, the BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation is already helping other individuals with spinal cord injuries gain access to the same advanced therapies helping Jack (read more on the back side).
Next, the Foundation will support spinal cord injury research to uncover the next miracle of recovery.
The BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation sprang to life from the kindness of others in a moment of tragedy. Today, we share that love and support with others facing the same challenges.
Because we do believe in miracles.
Shop for all of the new BEL13VE Foundation shirts, wristbands, and other items in the new Jabby13 online store. Show your support for Jack and help support spinal injury recovery. Proceeds will help others with spinal injuries have access to the same great therapies that are helping Jack today.
Inspired by thousands of BEL13VERS who rallied to support Jack Jablonski during the past year, this new volunteer-lead foundation was created to advance spinal cord injury recovery.
BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation goals include (1) providing access for others with spinal cord injuries to the same great therapies helping Jack today and (2) funding the next advance in spinal cord injury recovery. read more
Do you BEL13VE? Click the link below to make your tax deductible gift to the Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation to help us support the next advance in spinal cord injury recovery and to fund scholarships for others with have a spinal cord injury so that they may have access to the same therapies that are helping Jack.
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