Boston Bruins’ Prospects at the WJC: Anthony Camara Escaping Suspension?

December 28th, 2012 by Al Daniel Leave a reply »
In the wake of his Canadian team’s 6-3 triumph over Slovakia early Friday, Boston Bruins prospect Anthony Camara generated headlines for a less-than-savory reason. With that said, it appears it could have been worse after Camara incurred a game misconduct for injuriously belting opposing blueliner Patrik Luza six minutes and 21 seconds into the second period.

In the hours since the conclusion of Friday’s contest, Bob McKenzie of TSN tweeted that the IIHF will not impose any supplemental discipline. The call could easily go either way, as Camara caught Luza with a blindside hit that warranted a less disputable charging major.

Assuming McKenzie’s report holds up, though, that major and ejection for the remainder of Friday’s game will stand as punishment enough for Camara.

Fellow Bruins draftee Matt Grzelcyk of Team USA received less uplifting news as to his World Junior Championships status. After sitting out the Americans’ first two WJC games, the defenseman was released Friday.

Grzelcyk had been serving as a spare ...

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