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01-05-2013, 01:30 AM
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Originally Posted by tc23 View Post
Probably because Noesen and Huberdeau's suspensions were CHL suspensions, meaning they were suspended for x number of their CHL team's games and once the player sat for those many of their CHL team's games their suspensions were served whereas Reinhart's suspensions are IIHF suspensions, thus requiring him to sit for 4 IIHF tournament games.
I think his point is it's a bit silly that Noesen's OHL suspension carries over into IIHF events, but Reinhart's suspension does not. If that's not his point it's on I will make.

If Reinhart is suspended in the IIHF he shouldn't be allowed to use 4 WHL games to make up his suspension. Conversely, it's pretty ridiculous that Stefan Noesen's 10 OHL game suspension counts as 10 IIHF games.

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