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Voltigeurs' Charrette suspended one game

BOUCHERVILLE, Monday, September 25, 2006 - The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League disciplinary committee today imposed a one game suspension to Drummondville Voltigeurs forward Francis Charrette.

The suspension follows an incident that occurred last Friday versus the Victoriaville Tigres in which Charrette illegally elbowed an opposing player.

The decision was rendered after viewing the videotape of the incident and consulting all parties. The suspension is in effect as of today.

In accordance with the QMJHL policy in the matter of disciplinary sanctions, the disciplinary committee will not be available for further comment.
 

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Fog Devils announce game change

The St. John's Fog Devils would like to informal the media and the public of a schedule change. The change is as follows:

Was: Fog Devils vs Rouyan Noranda Huskies Friday, Nov.10th @ 7:00pm

CHANGED TO

New: Fog Devils vs Rouyan Noranda Huskies Sunday, Nov.12th @ 4:00pm

Any individuals who have tickets for this contest will be able to use them on the Sunday game. As well, the game will also be an additional McDonald's "I'm Lovin' It Family Pak" Night where you can purchase 4 tickets and receive 2 Happy Meal coupons for $50. The game will also be broadcast on Rogers TV.

The Fog Devils next home action is Saturday, October 7th and Sunday, October 8th when the club hosts the Drummondville Voltigeurs.

Tickets for the these games are currently on sale at the Mile One Stadium Box Office. As well all Fog Devils Ticket Paks including the Molson 5 Flex Pak, the Pepsi 10 Flex Pak and the McDonald's "I'm Lovin' It" Family Paks are also on sale. Tickets can be paid for by cash, VISA or Mastercard at the Box Office, by phone (576-7657) or online at admission.com.

The St. John's Fog Devils are the newest member of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and are one of 58 member clubs of the Canadian Hockey League.
 

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Sheppard returning to Eagles

Screaming Eagles fans can start breathing a little easier, the team’s star centreman will be back in Cape Breton for a third season.

James Sheppard has spent the past three weeks at the Minnesota Wild training camp but his extended stay with the NHL club unfortunately hasn’t had much to do with his performance on the ice. Sheppard has been suffering from a back injury and Minnesota management wants to make sure their No. 1 pick from last June’s draft is healthy before sending him back to junior.

“I’ve been injured the whole time I’ve been here,” Sheppard said from his hotel room in Minnesota. “I’m having a lower back problem, which has kept me out a lot. I played in the whole rookie tournament and I’ve been on the ice a few times since then but as of right now I’m taking a couple of practices off to get this figured out and get to 100 per cent before I go back on the ice.”

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Nova Scotia has left its mark on NHL

There is a definite Bluenose connection to the Blue and White.

Almost 60 Nova Scotians have made a mark in the National Hockey League, led by Norris Trophy winner Al MacInnis, player/executive Bobby Smith and the 19-year-old who already has put the Maritimes on the map, Cole Harbour's Sidney Crosby.

The ranks also include ex-Leafs William (Flash) Hollett, Parker Macdonald and Don MacLean, plus farmhands David Ling and Doug Doull. Hollett played for the Leafs in three different stints in the 1930s as well as for the Red Wings, Bruins and the original Ottawa Senators. He also coached the Toronto Marlies in the OHA.

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