Team Canada defenceman Griffin Reinhart has been suspended for four games at the world junior hockey championship.
The West Vancouver native who plays for the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League won't play in Canada's bronze-medal game against Russia on Saturday.
Reinhart was given a minor penalty for high-sticking U.S. forward Vince Trocheck in Thursday's semifinal.
The International Ice Hockey Federation reviewed the play and handed out the additional discipline Friday.
Reinhart must serve the remaining three games at his next IIHF event, likely next year's tournament.
Hockey Canada says it is appealing the suspension.