Jack Jablonski finally realized his dream of signing a contract with an NHL team.
Jablonski inked a contract with the Los Angeles Kings to become a content coordinator and work in podcasting, radio and television, which he announced Thursday.
Jablonski was paralyzed during a high school hockey game in Minnesota in 2011. He graduated from the University of Southern California in December and had been interning with the Kings before he was hired.
"To all who have helped me in any way throughout my journey, thank you," Jablonski shared on Instagram, "I would not be here without you."
He also received a congratulatory message from FOX Sports West.
Jablonski has gained public consciousness through his BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation, which has been fighting to end paralysis by supporting spinal-cord injury research.