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Toronto Marlies forward Frazer McLaren handed two-game ban for charging

Tuesday, 04.15.2014 / 3:35 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Toronto Marlies forward Frazer McLaren handed two-game ban for charging

SPRINGFIELD, Va. - Toronto Marlies left-winger Frazer McLaren was handed a two-game suspension by the American Hockey League on Tuesday for a charging incident in a game at Syracuse last weekend.

McLaren was suspended under the provisions of AHL Rule 28.1 (supplementary discipline), the league said in a release. He will miss Toronto's games Wednesday at Binghamton and Friday at Utica.

The AHL also suspended San Antonio Rampage defenceman Greg Zanon for two games for his actions in a game against Texas on Sunday.

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