A GoFundMe benefitting Philadelphia-based junior hockey player Brian Page has been organized by his teammates to support his emergency surgery.
Per the description of the GoFundMe, Page was airlifted to a local hospital following a hit during a game, and suffered injuries to his vertebrae and spinal cord. Doctors are currently unsure if Page will be able to walk again.
The hockey world has rallied together in support of Page, with over $250,000 of the $350,000 goal raised in just four days. As always, people brought together by this sport come through for each other, and it’s always great to see everyone doing what they can to help out during unfortunate events.