Stingrays' Margonari could be back on ice after broken neck

It was a stroke of good luck. You never think of good luck when someone breaks their neck. But for the circumstances, Stingrays forward Dylan Margonary lucked out.

It happened about a month ago against Florida. It wasn't a dirty play, but Margonari ended up head first against the boards. Immediately he knew something was wrong.

Magonari broke is neck.

He's had two surgeries in the past month, but he's back on his feet, up and walking around. Even better news -- he says he is 3-6 months from returning to the ice.

Watch the video above for more on one of the scariest injuries in Stingrays history as Margonari speaks about the injury publicly for the first time.

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