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O'Hanley, Motherwell Remain out for BC

CHN Staff Report

Boston College senior forward Brian O'Hanley and junior defenseman Brett Motherwell remain out of the lineup for Friday's home game against Maine.

The pair is each serving indefinite suspensions for "violation of team rules," the nature of which have not been specified by the school. Each played in the team's opening game, a loss to Michigan in the Icebreaker, but then sat the next night's consolation game and each game since then.

Boston College has played five games so far during the suspension of the two players, and is 3-0-2 in that span.

Nobody at Boston College could be reached for comment as of Friday's game time, leaving the players' status open to rampant speculation.

Motherwell, 21, from St. Charles, Ill., has seven goals and 51 points in 82 games with the Eagles.

O'Hanley, 22, from Quincy, Mass., six goals and 25 points in 112 games in his career. He had an assist in the Michigan game.

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