WATCH: Former Ranger, Wotjek Wolski suffers serious neck injury in KHL

Former Ranger, Wotjek Wolski suffered a serious neck injury in the KHL. Warning: video is tough to watch.

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Per NBC:

Wolski, who plays for Magnitogorsk Metallurg, crashed into the boards and is reportedly out for the season with two broken cervical vertebrae (the vertebrae of the neck), spinal cord trauma, and a concussion.

Wolski played for the Rangers in 2011 and played just 37 games for the team. He tallied 6 goals and 13 assists for the Blueshirts. He told TSN’s Gino Reda afterwards that he felt “lucky” because the injury could’ve been a lot worse.

Wishing Wotjek a speedy and full recovery.

Anthony Scultore has been covering the New York Rangers and the NHL since 2014. His work also appears at... More about Anthony Scultore