College Hockey:
ECAC adds game to Quinnipiac forward Goodman’s suspension

The ECAC announced Thursday that Quinnipiac junior forward Russell Goodman has been assessed a one-game suspension, in accordance with the league’s supplemental discipline process, as the result of his actions in the Quinnipiac game at Clarkson contest last Saturday (Feb. 11).

The league action was taken after review of a cross-checking incident that occurred at the 16:14 mark of the third period. Moments prior to the incident, Goodman was assessed a major penalty and game disqualification penalty for contact to the head.

The disqualification was his second of the season and per NCAA rules, Goodman was automatically tagged with a two-game suspension.

Goodman is not eligible to compete in Quinnipiac’s next three games – Friday, Feb. 17 at Rensselaer, Saturday, Feb. 18 against Union and Friday, Feb. 24 against Brown.

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  • Wainwrightd

    He should be given an extra game from his actions on Friday Night at St. Lawrence where he took his stick and threw it from about 3 feet from the bench into the hallway leading to the locker room….Poor example of a hockey player is who this GOON is

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