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U-M forward suspended for hit on MSU's Matt DeBlouw

By          Posted: 01/03/13 6:56pm         

The CCHA has announced game suspensions — one for Michigan and one for Western Michigan — following Great Lakes Invitational games on Dec. 30.

U-M forward A.J. Treais receives the suspension following the league’s review of Treais’ contact to MSU freshman forward Matt DeBlouw’s head.

The penalty took place in the seventeenth minute of the third period, and Treais was sent off the ice with a major and a game misconduct. He will have to sit out U-M’s Jan. 8 game against Bowling Green.

Western Michigan’s defenseman Matt Stewart also won’t be taking the ice for the Broncos for a while after he hit a Michigan Tech player from behind in the final minute of the GLI finals.

He received a major and a disqualification penalty.

Stewart will be forced to sit out his team’s next games on Jan. 4-5 at Bemidji State. He will be missing the first game game for the disqualification penalty and the second under supplemental discipline, according to a release from the CCHA.

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