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OHL suspends Niagara's Tom Kuhnhackl 20 games for hit on Kitchener's Ryan Murphy

The Ontario League has suspended Niagara Ice Dogs forward Tom Kuhnhackl 20 games for his hit on Kitchener Rangers defenseman Ryan Murphy.

The hit resulted in a five-minute major and game misconduct for charging.

Murphy was selected 12th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes in this past summer's NHL draft. Kuhnhackl was the 110th overall pick by Pittsburgh in the 2010 draft.

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