College Hockey:
CHA hands out one-game bans to Robert Morris’ St. Louis, Mercyhurst’s Chippy

The CHA has suspended Robert Morris senior Kylie St. Louis and Mercyhurst senior Kaleigh Chippy for one game each under the league’s supplemental discipline policy.

The suspensions are a result of two altercations that took place at the end of the game between the two schools last Saturday (Nov. 9).

St. Louis was issued a two-minute minor for boarding, a major penalty for face-masking and a game misconduct at the 20:00 mark of the third period. St. Louis also aimed punches toward the head of a Mercyhurst player. She will sit out this Friday’s game (Nov. 15) against Lindenwood and will be eligible to return to the lineup on Saturday against Lindenwood.

Chippy was assessed a major penalty and a game misconduct for a hit to the head at the 20:00 mark of the third period. She also aimed punches toward the head of an RMU player. Chippy is out for Friday’s game versus Syracuse and is eligible to play again on Saturday against Syracuse.

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