2
 
0

BWL vs.VSV

5
 
2

BWL vs.DEC

5
 
6

KAC vs.HCI

1
 
4

VSV vs.RBS

9
 
3

MZA vs.HCI

2
 
3

HCB vs.VIC

3
 
1

G99 vs.ZNO

0
 
3

AVS vs.KAC

0
 
0

DEC vs.AVS

0
 
0

RBS vs.AVS

0
 
0

VIC vs.HCB

0
 
0

VSV vs.BWL

0
 
0

VIC vs.MZA

0
 
0

HCI vs.KAC

0
 
0

DEC vs.G99

0
 
0

ZNO vs.HCB

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Video: McLean suspended for three games



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Sonntag, 01.Oktober 2017 - 12:58 - Kurtis McLean of Moser Medical Graz99ers got suspended by DOPS for three games, because of Checking to the Head or Neck.

According to the Arbitrator and after reviewing video evidence, player Kurtis McLean (#71) of Moser Medical Graz99ers, time 20:32, made contact with an opponent deemed as Checking to the Head or Neck, IIHF Rule 124. As per the 2017/18 EBEL GameBook Part I - Chapter III - § 10, video evidence was sent to PSC (IDOPS) for a final verdict.

Last night in Graz, a play occurred that the on ice call was 5 minutes + a Game Misconduct for Checking to the Head or Neck. The incident was sent to the EBEL PSC. The EBEL PSC determined that supplementary discipline is required. As the video shows, the opposing team gained puck possession near the attacking blue line. The opposing player skated into the attacking zone and proceeded to the high slot area for the purpose of taking a shot. It has been determined that the opposing player, while in the act of shooting, maintained a normal skating and shooting stance. Kurtis McLean, while on the back check with a clear sight line, made a choice to alter his skating position sharply to his left for the purpose of making a body check. Kurtis McLean had the ability and is required to make shoulder contact, while avoiding the opponents head and did not. He made contact with the opponents head the primary contact point, considered as recklessly endangering.

The EBEL PSC determined the incident to be a Category 2 - ‘Reckless’ – a deliberate and/or dangerous action with no concern for the result, with a conscious action to provoke, through intent and a willful purpose. Injury is not the determining factor, but can be considered as influential means to
the decision.

Effective immediately, Kurtis McLean is suspended for 3 games.

Key references:
- Direct contact to opposing players head
- Primary and main point of contact is to opposing players head
- Considered reckless
- Not a repeat offender

From the perspective of DOPS and according to the EBEL Penalty Catalog Ref. Nr. 111 - Checking to the Head or Neck, Kurtis McLean (#71) of Moser Medical Graz99ers is suspended for 3 games, effective immediately.

Next game Kurtis McLean (#71) of Moser Medical Graz 99ers is allowed to play:
13.10.2017 Moser Medical Graz 99ers vs. SAPA Fehervar AV19




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