The health status of Canadiens prospect Tim Bozon has improved significantly over the last several days according to the Star Phoenix newspaper in Saskatoon.
The 19-year-old left the ICU at the University of Saskatoon’s Royal Hospital over the weekend. He is still battling Neisseria meningitis, which mandated that he be admitted to hospital on Mar. 1 before being placed in an artificial coma.
According to his parents, Philippe and Helene, Tim is awake, moving around in his bed and is trying to feed himself and talk. He is currently listed in stable condition.
His loved ones continue to receive incredible support from across the globe which has helped them during this difficult time.
As announced last week, a trust has been created in Tim Bozon’s name by the WHL to help cover the costs of both his medical treatment and rehabilitation. All donations can be sent to:
Tim Bozon Trust c/o Western Hockey League
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