Former Totino-Grace hockey captain Matt Olson, who was paralyzed during a game playing for a Chicago junior team, has left the Mayo Clinic and will continue his rehabilitation at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Golden Valley, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Olson stumbled into the boards during the team’s regular-season finale Feb. 21. He broke bones in his neck and was paralyzed below the shoulders, though he has some feeling in his biceps and forearm, according to a statement from the Mayo Clinic, where Olson has worked with a spinal cord specialist. He received experimental stem cell therapy in March.

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