WCHA Announces One-Game Suspensions For Alaska's Tyler Morley And Alabama Huntsville's Brennan Saulnier
Players will each miss their teams' next NCAA Division I game

EDINA, Minn. Oct. 31, 2015 The Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) league office today announced one-game suspensions for Alaska senior forward Tyler Morley and Alabama Huntsville sophomore forward Brennan Saulnier, effective for the Nanooks' and Chargers' next Division I contests, respectively.

Morley's suspension is a result of a play at the 3:13 mark of the third period of Alaska's game of Friday, Oct. 30 at Minnesota State, in which Morley made a blindside hit with contact to the head of a Mavericks' player.

Saulnier's suspension is a result of a play just under the 4:00 mark of the third period of Alabama Huntsville's game of Friday, Oct. 30 at Lake Superior State, in which Saulnier made a contact hit to the head of a Lakers' player.

Alaska's next scheduled game is tonight, Oct. 31 at Minnesota State. Morley would be eligible to return for the Nanooks' Friday, Nov. 6 home contest vs. Northern Michigan. Alabama Huntsville's next scheduled game is tonight, Oct. 31 at Lake Superior State. Saulnier would be eligible to return for the Chargers' Friday, Nov. 6 home contest vs. Michigan Tech.