WHL announces suspension and fine to Rockets

The Western Hockey League announced today that the Kelowna Rockets have been fined $3000.00 for actions of team and Rockets defenceman Kaedan Korczak been suspended three games for actions versus Kamloops during WHL Regular Season Game #433 in Kelowna on Saturday, January 11.

The Blazers were handed a $1,500.00 fine for actions of team.

Korczak’s suspension will start Friday, January 17 when Kelowna visits Everett. Korczak will be eligible to return to the lineup for WHL Regular Season Game #482 on Friday, January 24 vs Seattle.


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