CCHA suspends Bowling Green forward for hit to head
Dougherty will serve his suspension during Friday's home game against No. 1-ranked Minnesota State.
DEEPHAVEN, Minn. — The CCHA on Tuesday, Feb. 1, suspended Bowling Green senior Evan Dougherty for one game following a hit to the head in Saturday's game at Ferris State.
Dougherty will serve his suspension during the upcoming home game Friday against No. 1-ranked Minnesota State, the first game of a two-game series.
The forward from Kalamazoo, Mich., served a five-minute major and a game misconduct penalty after the infraction in the second period. The league handed down the supplemental discipline of a one-game suspension following review of the play.
Dougherty scored his first goal of the season in Friday's contest against Ferris State.
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