Wranglers forward Clark Bishop suspended four AHL games for cross-checking
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By Ryan Pike4 months ago
The Calgary Wranglers will be without a veteran forward for a little while. Forward Clark Bishop has been suspended for four games by the American Hockey League for a cross-checking incident in Friday’s game with the Colorado Eagles.
Bishop was given a match penalty on the play. He served the first game of the suspension on Saturday night, so he’s got three games remaining. He’ll be eligible to return to play starting with the Wranglers’ Nov. 4 game against the Tucson Roadrunners.
The Flames signed Bishop to a one year, two-way deal on July 13. He was assigned to the Wranglers near the end of training camp. He split the 2021-22 season between the Ottawa Senators (9 games) and the AHL’s Belleville Senators (35 games).
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