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11-02-2012, 12:10 AM
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The Atlantic Hockey Association announced on Thursday that sophomore forward Matthew Grazen of the Canisius College hockey team has received an additional seven-game suspension for a checking from behind penalty on Oct. 25. (LS: For a recap of the incident - see post #70)

In addition to his one-game disqualification penalty served on Oct. 28, Grazen will miss the series against Clarkson (Nov. 3-4), games against Robert Morris (Nov. 9), RIT (Nov. 10) and Niagara (Nov. 16) as well as the series at Air Force (Feb. 15-16).

USCHO.com Article - http://www.uscho.com/2012/11/01/atla...itional-games/

Atlantic Hockey Weekend Preview - Canisius and Niagara -
http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...dpreview110112

Canisius will host a pair of non-conference contests on Saturday and Sunday, as Clarkson travels to the Buffalo State Arena. The Griffs are sixth in the nation in scoring defense, allowing 1.67 goals per game. They have allowed 2 or fewer goals in five of the six contests this season and have allowed 1 goal in each of their last two outings. Canisius holds a 1-0-1 advantage in the all-time series against Clarkson, with the Griffs and the Golden Knights last meeting in November 2008. Canisius went 0-1-1 last weekend, picking up a 1-1 tie against Air Force on Thursday, while dropping a 1-0 decision to 2nd-ranked Minnesota on Sunday.

Connecticut will travel to Western New York and face Niagara in a two-game series at Dwyer Arena. The Huskies are looking for their first win of the season, while the Purple Eagles are trying to get over the .500 mark for the first time this season. The last time these two teams faced-off at Dwyer Arena, both teams picked up wins, Connecticut, 8-5, and Niagara, 4-3. Connecticut went 0-1-1 last weekend, falling to Holy Cross 2-1 on Friday night, while earning a 2-2 tie against then 8th-ranked Union on Saturday. Niagara went unbeaten last weekend against Clarkson, defeating the Golden Knights, 2-0 on Friday and then earning a 4-4 tie on Saturday.


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