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This continues to represent what we want to do as a team: bring in talented individuals, invest in their talent and develop them as we progress, general manager Ray Shero said.
Aside from becoming just the seventh defenceman to win the Hobey Baker Award, the 22-year-old also led Denver to win a national championship in April.
The remaining 39 seconds left in the championship game between ECC and Dakota College of Bottineau were then cancelled, as the 62-year-old referee was checked out by the team doctor.
The Broome County Sheriff's Office took Day, of Cheektowaga, NY, into custody and processed him on charges from the incident, including second-degree harassment, disorderly conduct and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Keller was treated on the ice and airlifted by helicopter to the specialist hospital at Nottwil, where he underwent surgery.
Swiss media reported that Langenthal player Stefan Schnyder has been questioned by police, and the hockey league is investigating his challenge with Keller.
In this March 25, 2017, file photo, University of Denver's Will Butcher skates up the ice in the regional semifinals of the NCAA tournament against Michigan Tech, in Cincinnati.
(AP Photo/John Minchillo, File) The New Jersey Devils continued stockpiling young talent this off-season by landing college hockeys top player, Will Butcher.
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Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, a hockey coach himself, expressed his displeasure with Day's actions via Twitter on Sunday night, stating that '[ECC] President Quinn advises me the player was charged with assault and will be dealt with under school rules/policies/procedures.' On Monday, school officials put out a statement apologizing for what they deemed was an 'inexcusable on-ice incident.' 'The act of one player is in no way indicative of our mission as an educational institution, and it does not personify the cordiality and dedication to service instilled in our student body,' college President Jack Quinn said in a written statement obtained by Buffalo News.
'We regret that this instance marred an otherwise thrilling game between our student athletes and those of Dakota College of Bottineau, and we will handle this situation with all appropriate disciplinary actions.'College Athletic Director Peter Jerebko added in a statement also obtained by Buffalo News that, 'It was the act of a single individual who, today, is deeply remorseful, and is in the process of reaching out to both host Broome County Community College and the game's official.'The referee, who has officiated games for more than 40 years, told 12 Sports that after the incident, he is 'a little sore but okay.'ECC lost 7-4 to Dakota College of Bottineau, marking the second year in a row that ECC lost to rivals Bottineau.
Erie Community College's men's ice hockey season came to a violent end in Binghamton, New York on Sunday, leaving one player in police custody and facing assault charges.
During the final seconds of the National Junior College Athletic Association Championship game at SUNY Broome Ice Center on Sunday, ECC freshman defenseman Brandon Day, 19, bolted from the penalty box out onto the ice and body-checked the referee, proceeding to pound on him until he was physically stopped by two other referees and another player.
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