Three Watertown players suspended by FPHL

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SYRACUSE — The Federal Prospects Hockey League has suspended three Watertown Wolves players and one Binghamton Black Bears player as a result of altercations in Saturday’s game.

Wolves defenseman Justin Coachman was given a three-game suspension while forwards Ryan Devine and Nolan Slachetka were each given one-game bans. Black Bears forward Brett Maracle was assessed a two-game suspension.

Watertown will host Danbury on Friday at 7:30 p.m. and then play at Danbury on Saturday.

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