A Central New Jersey high school hockey player who was paralyzed after suffering a devastating spinal cord injury during a game last winter is finally back home, after spending five months in intensive care and a rehab clinic.
Hundreds of people packed the Monroe Township Performing Arts Center last Saturday night and raised over $7800 at a comedy fundraiser for Mike Nichols, the high school hockey player who fractured his spine after being checked into the boards in a game on January 4th.
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