College Hockey:
Union defenseman Vasaturo possibly done for season with knee injury

Union sophomore defenseman Charlie Vasaturo suffered a possible season-ending knee injury early in the first period of the Dutchmen’s 5-1 win over St. Lawrence on March 1.

The Daily Gazette reports Vasaturo may be done for the foreseeable future with Union coach Rick Bennett telling the paper that Vasaturo is “day to day until September.”

“We’re not quite sure,” Vasaturo added. “We’re still figuring it out. We’re staying optimistic. Nothing is ruled out yet. I want get back as soon as possible.”

Vasaturo’s injury happened when he and a St. Lawrence player became entangled on a dump-in play.

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