TORONTO, ON - The Ontario Hockey League announced Tuesday that Cameron Brace has received a five game suspension for actions stemming from a game on December 31st in St. Catharines against the Niagara IceDogs.
Brace received a five minute major for intent to injure and a game misconduct on the play. He has already served two of the five games in his sentence and will be elgible to return to the lineup on January 17th when the Bulls visit the Ottawa 67's.
Brace has 11 goals and 9 assists in 16 games since joining the Bulls from the Owen Sound Attack on October 31st. He is a fifth year veteran in the OHL and won an OHL Championship with Owen Sound in 2011.
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