Marshall Warren Suspended For Next BC Hockey Game

BC defensemen will sit out next BC game after major penalty against BU
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Boston College defensemen Marshall Warren has been suspended for one game according to a report on USCHO. Per the report:

"Boston College sophomore defenseman Marshall Warren has been suspended for one game stemming from his actions at 18:47 of the first period, getting called for a major penalty for contact to the head on the play."

This play happened against Boston University during Saturday's game at Walter Brown Arena. The Terriers won that game 3-1. The two rivals split the weekend series. Warren has one point on the season along with four penalty minutes.

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Boston University defenseman Cade Webber was also suspended one game for a cross checking major penalty. 

There is no word yet who Boston College will be playing this weekend, BC Bulletin will have a full report as soon as Hockey East releases the opponent. The Eagles currently are 11-3-1, and are the number one team in the nation according to the most recent USCHO poll. 

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