Her own mother stood and listened to what her daughter was saying, and she listened as she answered questions that were being posed to her by a nurse who attended to Abigail as she rested on the ice.
However, that's as far back as her memory goes.
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Finally, after spending so much time on the ice, paramedics strapped her to a stretcher, loaded her into an ambulance, and transported her to the James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre in Gander.
She doesn't remember answering the questions, and the answers she gave were nowhere close to correct.
"When she was down, all she kept saying was, 'Boys, win it for me, win it for me. Make sure the boys win it for me.' I had to go into their dressing to tell them that because that's all she was concerned about."
Things got even scarier for the young Tornado after that.
She remembers the ambulance ride, arriving at the hospital, and being put in a bed.
She heard her mother talk about it before, but listening to those stories still brings back a flood of emotions.
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Her first instinct was to get up and finish her shift.
On April 10, during a game against the Conception Ray Regional Renegades, Hiscock suffered her first concussion.
"It's really weird listening to it," said Abigail.
Her minor hockey season came to an abrupt end.
However, the pain that she felt a pain she's never felt before was too intense, and she knew there was something wrong.
Although she didn't know then that she was concussed, she knew her injury was severe enough that the best thing she could do was remain where she was on the ice.
As of last week, Abigail was slowly feeling like her old self, but she's still suffering from one major side effect daily headaches.
In attendance was her mother, Terri Lynn, who remembers the incident like it was yesterday.
started hitting her over the head with his stick until she fell down. That's when she hit her head on the ice."
"The nurse kept asking her the date, and she kept saying it was Feb. 20. That's her birthday, and it was the only date she could remember," said Terri Lynn. "The nurse started to ask what month it was, and she kept saying it was Tuesday. She knew the day was Tuesday, but every time the nurse would ask her what month it was, she kept saying Tuesday.
"UmmI can't remember," said Hiscock, when asked about the events that led to her injury.
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During the Steele Hotels Provincial Peewee J Hockey Championships in Glovertown, held April 9 11, Hiscock was involved in an incident that resulted in her being stretchered off the ice and into an awaiting ambulance.
Glovertown and Gander, held April 9 11, two hockey players suffered concussions. One was a result of excessive roughness, and the other was a result of a goal celebration. TC Media will run a three part series on the two athletes Glovertown's Abigail Hiscock and Gander's Thomas Hedges as well as their mothers, where the four talked about the injury, what happened moments after the injury occurred, and how the athletes are feeling today. For the third installment of the series, TC Media will speak to a doctor about the symptoms the two athletes showed, and what they have to do to ensure a full recovery.
Although she remembers the throbbing pain she felt in her head, the moments that followed are a blank to her.
"They shined a light in my eyes, asked me some questions, and hooked me up to an oxygen machine," said Hiscock of the ambulance ride from Glovertown to Gander. "They took me off the ambulance, took me in the hospital, and took my hockey gear off. They put me in a bed, and pressed on my neck to see if there was any pain, and that's all I remember."
As Terri Lynn recalled those moments, Abigail kept her head down, and took in the information.
skates, and pulls her Glovertown Tornadoes jersey on over her shoulder pads, she transforms into a competitive hockey players who does what she can to help her team win.
The doctor told the family that Abigail would have to stop playing sports for a week, but the family told her she would have to refrain from physical activity for much longer than that.
"I had a pain in my head," said Abigail, "but I still wanted to get up and keep playing. However, it hurt whenever I started to move my head, and I was dizzy, and that's when I knew I had to stay down."
She was the centre of everyone's concern, but she doesn't remember being there.
Unfortunately, Abigail has no recollection of what happened.
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