The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are looking forward to the return of a couple players as they fell short to the English River Miners last night with a 3-1 loss.

Forward, Reid Manning was suspended for last night's game for incurring a game misconduct during a secondary altercation in Saturday's game against Minnesota. Manning was only suspended the one game.

Forward Malcolm Huemmert was also suspended from last night's game however, he has another six games to serve for his actions on Saturday under Hockey Canada rule 9.5 (a) and (b) for leaving the players' bench as well as for fighting in a secondary altercation.  He is automatically suspended for one game under CJHL Supplement Regulation 7.1 and automatically suspended for six games for violation of CJHL Supplement Regulation 7.3.  

Huemmert will miss the following six games:

Saturday, Feb. 17 @ Fort Frances
Sunday, Feb. 18 vs. Thief River Falls
Monday, Feb. 19 vs. Thunder Bay
Friday, Feb. 23 @ Thief River Falls
Saturday, Feb. 24 @ Thief River Falls
Sunday, Feb. 25 @ Minnesota

The Dogs hit the ice again this Saturday when they head to Fort Frances to see the Lakers.

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