College Hockey:
Atlantic Hockey suspends Army forward Hearn one game

Atlantic Hockey has suspended Army sophomore forward Shane Hearn for one game under the league’s supplemental discipline policy.

Hearn was given the game suspension by AHA commissioner Bob DeGregorio and supervisor of officials Gene Binda after a review of a play last Saturday against Canisius when it was determined that Hearn targeted the head of a Canisius player.

Hearn will sit out the Black Knights’ next game on Friday, Dec. 20 against Providence and will be eligible to play again on Jan. 3, 2014, against Mercyhurst.

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