College Hockey:
Maine’s Lomberg enters plea agreement, may join USHL club for 2014-15 season

Maine sophomore forward Ryan Lomberg, suspended from the team in May, pleaded guilty Monday to a disorderly conduct charge in a plea agreement, according to the Bangor Daily News.

Lomberg was allegedly involved in an off-campus altercation on April 26.

In exchange for his guilty plea, an assault charge will be dismissed, according to assistant district attorney Brendan Trainor. Lomberg will also pay a $1,000 fine.

A possible related move has seen the Muskegon Lumberjacks trade his USHL junior rights to the Lincoln Stars, who then traded those rights to the Youngstown Phantoms, where it is expected Lomberg will play for the 2014-15 season before looking to catch on with another NCAA program in 2015-16.

Lomberg is not listed on the 2014-15 Maine roster on the school’s athletic website.

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