Long Recovery Ahead for Ass't RPI Hockey Coach

The assistant coach of the RPI men's hockey team is in intensive care at Albany Medical Center after a serious accident last week.  

Coach Nolan Graham was struck by a car while walking out of a Rite-Aid with his 7-year-old nephew. 

He reportedly suffered skull fractures, minor brain injuries and bleeding, and will remain in the hospital for the foreseeable future. A Go Fund Me page has been set up to support Graham and his family. 

 Graham graduated from RPI in 2003 and later played professionally for a few seasons. He's been an assistant coach since the 2010-11 season.

photo:  RPI Athletic Dept.

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