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Penn State men’s hockey: Big Ten suspends Glen

Penn State’s David Glen hit with a one-game suspension from the Big Ten stemming from an incident that occurred in Saturday's loss to Michigan State
Penn State’s David Glen hit with a one-game suspension from the Big Ten stemming from an incident that occurred in Saturday's loss to Michigan State CDT file photo

Penn State hockey player David Glen was hit with a one-game suspension from the Big Ten Conference, the league office announced Monday.

Glen was suspended under the conference’s supplemental discipline process as a result of an incident that occurred in Saturday’s 3-2 loss against Michigan State. According to the league office, the Nittany Lion forward butt-ended a Spartan near the 2:58 mark of the third period. Glen did not receive a penalty on the play.

The junior, who has four goals and four assists, is ineligible to play in Penn State’s series opener against Minnesota, which is set for 6:30 p.m. at Pegula Ice Arena.

The Big Ten said it considers the matter concluded and will have no further comment.

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