Take Town: Turkey Town
I don't want to get too deep into it because there's just not a lot to say, but it's been another tough week in college hockey.
On Monday, Michigan State's Jagger Joshua tweeted that a player on Ohio State – later determined to be Kamil Sadlocha – had used a racial slur against him in a game on Nov. 11. Joshua later said the slur was uttered "multiple times."
Sadlocha was ejected from that game, but no further disciplinary action was taken by his team/coach, Ohio State, or the Big Ten.
You'll note that the date on Monday was Nov. 21, and in the meantime, Sadlocha played in two additional games. It seems as though both OSU and the conference were intent to just try to weather the storm with word salad – the latter said they supported the officials' decision to eject Sadlocha from the game but
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