EPIHL: six game ban for Dogs’ Pattison

Sheffield Steeldogs forward Callum Pattison has been suspended for a total of six games by EPIHL disciplinary officials.

Pattison was assessed a Match Penalty for fighting in the second period of last Sunday’s game with Basingstoke Bison at Ice Sheffield.  For this offence he is banned for three matches and has five penalty points added to his record.

Additionally he has now reached the 15 penalty point mark and has received an additional three game suspension giving a total ban of six matches.

Pattison will miss the games against Bracknell (H), Manchester (A), Milton Keynes (H), Swindon (A), Telford (A), Telford (H) and is eligible to return at Milton Keynes on 10 December.

The full list of EPIHL disciplinary decisions for the 16/17 season can be found here.

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