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AHL announces suspensions

The American Hockey League announced on Monday that Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defenseman David Koci has been suspended for six (6) regular season games as a result of his actions in a February 2, 2005 AHL game versus Bridgeport.

Koci will miss Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s next six regular season games: Fri., Feb. 11 vs. Hershey; Sat., Feb. 12 vs. Lowell; Thu., Feb. 17 at Portland; Fri., Feb. 18 at Bridgeport; Sat., Feb. 19 at Hershey and Wed., Feb. 23 vs. Manitoba.

The AHL also announced the following suspensions:

Springfield Falcons right wing Evgeni Artukhin has been suspended for three (3) regular season games as a result of his actions in a February 5 game versus Providence.

Artukhin will miss Springfield’s next three regular season games: Wed., Feb. 9 at Albany; Fri., Feb. 11 vs. Worcester and Sat., Feb. 12 vs. Providence.

Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Zenon Konopka has been suspended for three (3) regular season games as a result of his actions in a February 3 game in Milwaukee.

Konopka served the first two games of his suspension during Cincinnati’s games on Fri., Feb. 4 and Sat., Feb. 5 versus Syracuse. He will also miss the Mighty Ducks’ next game on Fri., Feb. 11 at Syracuse.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins center Kris Beech has been suspended for one (1) regular season game as a result of receiving a match penalty in a February 4 game versus Hershey.

Beech served his suspension during Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s game on Sat., Feb. 5 vs. Philadelphia.