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Upshall Gets One Game Suspension At WC

from Alan Adams of CBC,

Canada’s Scottie Upshall now knows first-hand that Europe and the NHL deal differently with hits to the head.

Upshall was handed a five-minute major and match penalty in the second period of Sunday’s game against Hungary at the world championship when he collided at centre ice with Andras Beck, who broke his collarbone on the play.

The referee ruled that Upshall’s actions constituted a hit to the head and assessed the match penalty, which includes an automatic one-game suspension. Upshall could have faced further discipline but international officials reviewed the incident and were satisfied with the one-game suspension

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