College Hockey:
Atlantic Hockey bans RIT forward Schuler one game for charging penalty

Atlantic Hockey has suspended Rochester Institute of Technology sophomore forward Dan Schuler one game under the league’s supplemental discipline policy after he was given a major for charging at the 13:11 mark of the second period last Friday night (Jan. 17) against Army.

In a news release, the AHA states that after reviewing video, it was determined that Schuler “could have and should have avoided contact with the Army goalie.”

Schuler is out for the Tigers’ next game on Friday, Jan. 24, against Niagara.

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  • Powers

    Bull. He was going for the puck and the goalie was in the way. If goalies are going to have a shield of protection around them, then they shouldn’t be allowed to get in offensive players’ way when they’re going for the puck.

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