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AHL announces suspensions

February 18, 2014

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League today announced the following suspensions stemming from a review of the incidents in the Feb. 16 game between the Adirondack Phantoms and the Portland Pirates:

Adirondack center Kris Newbury has been suspended for four (4) games, Adirondack goaltender Cal Heeter has been suspended for three (3) games, Adirondack left wing Zack FitzGerald has been suspended for two (2) games, Adirondack center Ben Holmstrom has been suspended for one (1) game, Adirondack left wing Tye McGinn has been suspended for one (1) game and Portland right wing Kyle Hagel has been suspended for two (2) games as a consequence of their actions.

Newbury will miss Adirondack’s games Friday (Feb. 21) vs. Albany, Saturday (Feb. 22) vs. Bridgeport in Philadelphia, Feb. 28 at Utica and Mar. 1 at Syracuse.

Heeter will miss Adirondack’s games Friday (Feb. 21) vs. Albany, Saturday (Feb. 22) vs. Bridgeport in Philadelphia and Feb. 28 at Utica.

FitzGerald will miss Adirondack’s games Friday (Feb. 21) vs. Albany and Saturday (Feb. 22) vs. Bridgeport in Philadelphia.

Holmstrom and McGinn will miss Adirondack’s game Friday (Feb. 21) vs. Albany.

Hagel will miss Portland’s games tonight (Feb. 18) vs. St. John’s and Saturday (Feb. 22) at Manchester.