Some Michigan hockey players could find themselves facing charges in the Quad Cities. Members of the Flint Generals hockey team apparently took aim at a mural and some other targets with their pucks while warming up to play the Quad City Mallards last night at “The Mark” in Moline. Police were called in an estimated the damage at a few thousand dollars. Mallards General Manager Howard Cornfield was angry at what happened.He says it may be time to oust the Generals from the league.Cornfield says he may press charges against the offending players.The two teams play in the United Hockey League.
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