PRINCETON, N.J. – The ECHL Hockey Operations Department on Sunday announced the following fines and suspensions resulting from ECHL Game #430, Tulsa at Rapid City, on Jan. 2.

Tulsa’s Mathieu Gagnon has been suspended for eight games – five games for leaving the players’ bench under Rules 70.3 /70.10 to begin an altercation at the conclusion of the game and an additional three games under Rule 28 – Supplemental Discipline for continuing an altercation at the conclusion of the game. He will miss Tulsa’s games vs. Missouri (Jan. 5), at Wichita (Jan. 8), vs. Wichita (Jan. 9), at Utah (Jan. 13), at Idaho (Jan. 15 and Jan. 16) and at Missouri (Jan. 22 and Jan. 23).

Tulsa’s Kevin Carr has been suspended for three games – two games for being the second player to leave the players’ bench to join an altercation under Rules 70.3/70.10 and one game for continuing an altercation at the conclusion of the game under Rule 28 – Supplemental Discipline. He will miss Tulsa’s games vs. Missouri (Jan. 5), at Wichita (Jan. 8) and vs. Wichita (Jan. 9).

Tulsa’s Emerson Clark has been suspended for one game for instigating a fight in the final five minutes of regulation. Clark was originally assessed a game misconduct for aggressor, but after review of the incident, he is deemed to be an instigator of an altercation. An instigator or aggressor in the last five minutes of a game is an automatic one game suspension under Rules 46.12/ 46.22. He will miss Tulsa’s game vs. Missouri on Jan. 5.

Rapid City’s Garrett Clarke has been suspended for five games for leaving the players’ bench to join an altercation under Rules 70.3/70.10. Clarke left the bench to join an altercation at 19:33 of the third period in which he received a game misconduct for third man in an altercation while he was not legally on the ice. He will miss Rapid City’s games at Utah (Jan. 6), vs. Missouri (Jan. 8 and Jan. 9), at Evansville (Jan. 13) and at Indy (Jan. 15).

Rapid City’s Jonathan Narbonne has been suspended for five games for leaving the players’ bench under rules 70.3/ 70.10 to join an altercation at 20:00 of the third period. Narbonne left the bench and became involved in the altercation at the conclusion of the game. Narbonne was not on the ice at the conclusion of the game and left his bench and became involved in the altercation. He will miss Rapid City’s games at Utah (Jan. 6), vs. Missouri (Jan. 8 and Jan. 9), at Evansville (Jan. 13) and at Indy (Jan. 15).

Each of the players have also been fined an undisclosed amount.

Additionally, both the Tulsa and Rapid City organizations have each been fined an undisclosed amount.

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