In an incident eerily similar to one that left a Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player hospitalized, Jenna Privette was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center after an illegal check from behind left her unable to move.
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St. Croix Lutheran hockey player Jenna Privette gaining feeling
The Pioneer Press reports Jenna Privette has regained some feeling and is in pain, which could mean she's not paralyzed after receiving a dangerous check from behind during a hockey match. Her injury came just a week after a similar check paralyzed a Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player.
Nanne wants more warnings to players about dangers of checking from behind
Hockey legend Lou Nanne is urging the Minnesota State High School League to mandate more reminders to high school players about the dangers of checking from behind. The push comes after 16 year-old Jack Jablonski of Benilde St. Margaret's was paralyzed after being checked from behind during a game last week. The MSHSL sent out a warning to coaches Tuesday saying players need to be reminded that checking from behind is illegal and extremely dangerous.
Brawl breaks out after dangerous check at Winona High hockey game
Ten players were ejected from the game after a fight broke out over a dangerous check similar to the one that left a Benilde-St. Margaret's athlete with a debilitating spinal injury. The Star Tribune reports the Winona coach has no doubt the brawl was a direct result of the blow that paralyzed Jack Jablonski.
Injured St. Croix Lutheran High School hockey player returns home
The Star Tribune reports Jenna Privette was released from Gillette Children's Hospital Friday. The high school senior is recovering from an injury during a hockey game last month. According to her Caringbridge site, she started to regain feeling in her thighs last week.
Jack Jablonski hospitalized after "several alarming incidents"
The Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player was released from rehab a week ago, but according to his CaringBridge website he was taken to the emergency room with issues common with spinal cord injures.
St. Croix Lutheran hockey player Jenna Privette joins varsity softball team
The high school senior continues to recover from a game injury that left her temporarily paralyzed in January. KARE 11 reports Privette had three hits during her first game Wednesday night to help lead the team to a 10-5 victory.
Jablonski makes surprise appearance at Benilde-St. Margaret's playoff game
Jack Jablonski accomplished one of his goals Thursday night. The 16 year old surprised his Benilde-St. Margaret's teammates in the locker room before their section playoff game. Jablonski was paralyzed in a hockey game nearly two months ago, and has been an inspiration to the world ever since.
Mother of injured hockey player hopeful after he moves his arms
Jack Jablonksi's mother says the 16-year-old athlete moved both his arms. The development offers some hope in an otherwise difficult situation. Jablonski was paralyzed after a check from behind slammed him into the boards during a hockey game.
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