Colts power forward handed 3-game suspension, while captain awaits punishment
Barrie Colts forward Anthony Camara has received a three-game suspension for shooting a puck after the whistle in the second period of Saturday night's game in Barrie. Camara had initially received a slashing penalty on the play against the Kingston Frontenacs. MARK WANZEL PHOTO
The Barrie Colts will be without two of their top players tonight when they take on the Kingston Frontenacs in Game 3 of their Ontario Hockey League playoffs series at the K-Rock Centre.
Forward Anthony Camara was handed a three-game suspension for a second period misconduct when he shot a puck after the whistle during Saturday's game in Barrie.
Meanwhile, Colts captain Ryan O'Connor awaits supplemental discipline after picking up a five-minute penalty and game misconduct Saturday for a check to the head on Spencer Watson that drew blood.
The Colts lead the Fronts 2-0 after wins of 3-1 and 7-4.
Game 4 is scheduled for Wednesday night in Kingston. If necessary, Game 5 goes Thursday night at the Barrie Molson Centre.