The National Lacrosse League late Thursday night announced several disciplinary actions results from games last weekend. The biggest penalty handed down was to Buffalo Bandits transition man Jon Harasym, who was suspended for 2 games and fined an undisclosed amount for an incident last Saturday against Minnesota. Harasym was penalized twice in that game, both in the first quarter. There was 2-minute roughing minor at 10:10, followed by a 5-minute illegal cross-checking major toward the end of the quarter. This means Harasym will not be available for Saturday’s game at Rochester, unless he appeals.
Further, Bandits transition man Mark Steenhuis was issued a game-misconduct and a fine for his role in an incident against Philadelphia last Friday.
Also suspended was Colorado defenseman Chet Koneczny, for 1 game, and Washington Stealth defenseman Tim Henderson, for 1 game, for incidents in their game Saturday in Colorado.
Toronto coach Troy Cordingley was issued a game-misconduct penalty for his actions in Sunday’s game against Edmonton, a game in which he was ejected.
The NLL also rescinded game-misconduct penalties that were issued to Stealth defenseman Mike Grimes and forward Sean Pollock during their game Saturday in Colorado.
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Rochester Knighthawks forward Joe Walters is living the dream, and we’re not talking about professional lacrosse. Dude has his own sub at Subway, and the ‘J-Dub Sub’ will debut Feb. 2 at the Subway location in Perinton. “I have been a fan of Subway since I was a little kid. I can remember my Dad and I picking up a sub after basketball and lacrosse practices,” he said. (Knighthawks.net) … The Colorado Mammoth’s Military Appreciation Night jerseys and shorts, which will be worn by players in the team’s Feb. 16 game, are up for auction on eBay. The auction ends Jan. 21, so hurry. (Colorado Mammoth) … The Minnesota Swarm is not playing this weekend, but fans have a chance to interact with the team on Saturday at the Winter Bowl Event. It’s at the Sky Deck Sports Grille & Lanes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s open to all fans and free. And if that’s not enough to entice you, how does complimentary arcade play and free lunch buffet sound? Thought so. (MNSwarm.com).Chavez is an avid lacrosse player in Rochester and a journalist for the Democrat and Chronicle as well as a longtime Inside Lacrosse contributor. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to RochesterSports.com.
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