Slammer suspended

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AMHERST - Woodstock Slammers forward Branden Kosolofsky has been suspended two games by the Maritime Junior A Hockey League for high-sticking Ramblers forward Scott Bragg during Saturday's 5-4 Slammers victory at the Stadium.
Kosolofsky was handed a major penalty and game misconduct at 7:41 of the second period. Bragg needed four stitches to close a gash near his mouth and cracked three teeth. Kosolofsky sat out Sunday in Bridgewater, and will miss tonight's home game against Summerside.

Organizations: Maritime Junior A Hockey League

Geographic location: Bridgewater, Summerside

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  • Vince
    February 24, 2010 - 23:45

    Robert, you are absolutely correct and I know that some coaches send their players out specifically to take certain star players out of the game. However having said that I do think that players should accept full responsibility for their actions. I do wish Mr Bragg a full recovery as he is one of the main cogs(so to speak) in the Ramblers push to a playoff spot.
    Thank you.

    GO AMHERST RAMBLERS GO