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Scott Conway Dismissed From Penn State Hockey Team

Standout Penn State hockey freshman forward Scott Conway was dismissed from the team Monday for violating team rules, per a Penn State athletics release.

The release provides no details as to the nature of the dismissal. Coach Guy Gadowsky announced the news and, per the release, “the program consider this matter concluded and will have no further comment.”

Conway shone in his first year at the collegiate level (we even called him Penn State hockey’s next big name). He scored 10 goals in 34 games, had 16 assists, and recorded 26 points while providing some noteworthy highlights.

The swift dismissal, however, will bring an end to those impressive first year offensive outputs. It was an exciting season for the still-young Penn State hockey team. It finished with an 18-15-4 record before falling in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.

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