Found November 08, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
The American Hockey League today announced that Chicago Wolves right wing Zack Kassian has been suspended for one (1) game as a consequence of his actions during a game at Charlotte on November 6. Kassian will miss Chicago’s game Friday (November 9) at Milwaukee. The suspension was precipitated by Kassian throwing his stick, which hit an off-ice office. That’ll get you busted every time...
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