CMU's hockey club faces five year suspension

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. -- The Central Michigan University's hockey club team is getting a major penalty for hazing.

The university said the team violated both the school's hazing and alcohol policy at a party.

And now it is facing a five-year suspension.

That nearly guarantees the current players will not get to play for the team for the rest of their time at CMU.

A member of the team says that what actually happened is different from what the university saw from social media pictures.

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