Chicago Wolves forward Andre Deveaux suspended for five games

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass - Chicago Wolves forward Andre Deveaux has been suspended for five regular-season games, the American Hockey League announced Tuesday.

Deveaux's suspension is the result of his actions during an AHL game vs. San Antonio on Nov. 18. He received a match penalty under AHL Rule 47.14 for punching an unsuspecting opponent and causing injury at 15:43 of the third period.

Deveaux will miss Chicago's games on Wednesday vs. Peoria, Friday at Peoria, Saturday vs. Rockford, Nov. 27 vs. Quad City and Nov. 29 vs. Peoria.



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