Jenna Privette, a hockey player from St. Croix Lutheran, is fighting every day to get her life back to normal as much as she can.
Two paralyzed Minnesota hockey players are now out of the hospital and headed for rehabilitation.
In a rare mid-season move, the Minnesota State High School League increased the in-game penalties for three dangerous types of hockey hits.
In light of two local students getting hurt on the ice, hockey players and coaches are being asked to sign a pledge, promising they’ll follow the rules and avoid dangerous play.
A report released Thursday by the Minnesota State High School League said Jenna Privette was not checked and no illegal hit was made before she went into the boards in a recent girls high school hockey game.
The family of the female hockey player injured in a high school game Friday says she’s still unable to move her legs, but is beginning physical therapy.
The hockey community continues to support the two high school players that suffered serious injuries on the ice.
The father of a Minnesota hockey player who was seriously hurt Friday night says her mood is up-and-down and she still has no feeling in her lower body.
St. Croix Lutheran senior Jenna Privette suffered a serious injury in the Saints’ girls hockey game Friday night against the St. Paul Blades. Privette went hard into the boards after taking a shot on goal and reportedly lost feeling over most of her body.