St. Croix Lutheran hockey player leaves HCMC

Jenna Privette was injured two weeks ago during a high school hockey game. The Pioneer Press reports she is now at a rehabilitation center. The high school senior is expected to make a full recovery, however a Privette family Facebook page, last updated on Thursday, says Jenna was still unable to move her legs.
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Jenna Privette was injured two weeks ago during a high school hockey game. The Pioneer Press reports she is now at a rehabilitation center. The high school senior is expected to make a full recovery, however a Privette family Facebook page, last updated on Thursday, says Jenna was still unable to move her legs.

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