Found November 02, 2011 on Boston.com:
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There were no bright flashes of red above the net when Jamison Bibaud scored a breakaway goal against the Boston Bruins Alumni team at Whiston-Bragdon Arena on Saturday night, but Jamison’s older brother, Nate, provided plenty of light. Nate was told he be paralyzed neck-down forever following a car accident last year, but thanks to the generosity of others and fund raising events like Saturday’s ”Skate for Nate” aft Governor’s Academy, Bibaud is already moving his arms and shoulders.
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