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Senior captain Danberg among three Minnesota-Duluth players suspended one game

According to the Duluth News Tribune, Minnesota-Duluth will have three regulars out of the lineup for Friday’s home game against Michigan Tech due to one-game suspensions stemming from a violation of team rules.

Senior forward and captain Cody Danberg, senior defenseman Wade Bergman and freshman forward Austin Farley will sit for the unspecified violations.


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  • Guest

    These suspensions for “violating team rules” are becoming rampant. Is it that hockey players are engaging in more bad behavior than before, or is it because cell phone cameras are now providing more documentation? It used to be said that truth cannot hide from the eye of the press. Now the truth cannot hide from the I phone.

  • pevan52

    These suspensions for “violating team rules” are becoming rampant. Is it that hockey players are engaging in more bad behavior than before, or is it because cell phone cameras are now providing more documentation? It used to be said that you cannot hide from the eye of truth. Now the truth cannot hide from the I phone.

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