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AHL slaps Marlies forward Andre Deveaux with three-game suspension

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Forward Andre Deveaux of the Toronto Marlies was suspended for three games Tuesday by the American Hockey League.

The league had suspended Andre Deveaux indefinitely after throwing a roll of tape into the crowd during Friday's game against the Moose in Winnipeg.

Deveaux has already sat out two games.

He won't play in Toronto's game on Wednesday versus Manitoba.

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