Friday, April 25, 2014

Stars' Scott Glennie Suspended, Will Miss Saturday Game

Scott Glennie (Credit: Josh Rasmussen/Texas Stars)
Texas Stars forward Scott Glennie, not usually a rough and tumble type player, has been suspended one game as a result of his boarding call in Game 1 of the Stars' series against OKC. The first-round pick was assessed two minutes for the boarding penalty in the game. He was then taken to task by fellow first-rounder and ATO player Darnell Nurse, earning five each for fighting.

Losing Glennie puts a lot of pressure on the Stars to get Ritchie back in the lineup. Ritchie has been out with a lower body injury and could play this weekend if healthy. Without either, Texas will have to bring either Brenden Troock or Alex Guptill into the lineup. Both Dallas draft picks are on ATOs. The other potential forward fill-in, Derek Hulak, did not travel with the team. He is injured.



Steve Pinizzotto was also suspended for a boarding incident later in the game. He received two games and will miss both Saturday's and next Wednesday's games.

Here's the release:
The American Hockey League today announced that Oklahoma City Barons right wing Steve Pinizzotto has been suspended for two (2) games and Texas Stars right wing Scott Glennie has been suspended for one (1) game as a result of their actions in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinal playoff series between the teams on Apr. 23.

Pinizzotto was suspended under the provisions of AHL Rule 28.1 (supplementary discipline) for a boarding incident. He will miss Game 2 (Apr. 26) and Game 3 (Apr. 30) of the series vs. Texas.

Glennie was suspended under the provisions of AHL Rule 28.1 (supplementary discipline) for a boarding incident. He will miss Game 2 (Apr. 26) of the series vs. Oklahoma City.

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