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Team Russia's Ildar Isangulov (26) and Canada forward Boone Jenner (20) fight for control of the puck during second period semi-final IIHF World Junior Championships hockey action in Calgary, Alta., on Tuesday. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)
Team Russia's Ildar Isangulov (26) and Canada forward Boone Jenner (20) fight for control of the puck during second period semi-final IIHF World Junior Championships hockey action in Calgary, Alta., on Tuesday. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)

Jenner, Isangulov suspended at world juniors Add to ...

Canada's Boone Jenner and Russia's Ildar Isangulov have each been suspended for their next games at the world junior hockey championship.

Jenner will sit out Canada's bronze-medal contest Thursday against Finland while Isangulov won't play in Russia's gold-medal showdown against Sweden later in the day.

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In the second period of Canada's 6-5 semi-final loss to Russia on Tuesday, Isangulov elbowed Jenner and received a minor penalty for it.

When Russian captain Evgeni Kuznetsov made a comment to Jenner after the incident, Jenner speared him and received a major and game misconduct.

The International Ice Hockey Federation's disciplinary hearing determined upon review that Isangulov's elbow was to Jenner's head.

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