Joshawa Chamberlain Leaves Lakers Hockey Program

Ryan Maloney@RyanEMaloneyContributor IIDecember 4, 2009

Oswego State junior Joshawa Chamberlain has left the men's hockey program according to a source close to the team.  Chamberlain had appeared in just one game this season, a 7-4 victory at Fredonia in which he did not register a point.

It is believed that Chamberlain was suspended to start the season for an offseason arrest, but no official announcement was ever made by the program.  Chamberlain played in 20 games over his two-plus years at Oswego State, scoring five goals and tallying eight assists. 

Multiple sources tell TheVOTL.com that Chamberlain has been accepted to Queen's University in Canada.  Former Laker Jeff Johnstone currently plays for Queen's.

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