Aeros' Carson McMillan suspended for weekend's games v. Texas

The last time the Aeros were in town, Carson McMillan was a central figure in the game. At 11:19 of the second, McMillan sucker punched Mathieu Tousignant behind the net after the refs have intervened in a fight and got a four game suspension. You better believe he was going to be targeted in this weekend's coming games.

Unfortunately, the rematch won't be in the cards this week. McMillan is suspended for the next four games, including the games against Texas this weekend, for his 'actions' in the Aeros' game against Chicago on Sunday. With thanks to The 3rd Intermission, here's the hit on YouTube:

Revenge will have to wait. Here's the release.
The American Hockey League today announced that Houston Aeros right wing Carson McMillan has been suspended for four (4) games as a result of his actions in a game at Chicago on Feb. 20.

McMillan was suspended under the provisions of AHL Rule 29.1 (supplementary discipline).

McMillan will miss Houston’s games Thursday (Feb. 25) vs. Manitoba, Friday (Feb. 26) at Texas, Saturday (Feb. 27) vs. Texas and Mar. 3 at San Antonio.