Owen Sound coach Greg Ireland felt the league should review the Ranger forward's hit on Artur Gavrus.
Randell knocked Gavrus to the ice near the Rangers' bench in the first period in last night's 6-2 victory in Game 1 of the best of seven series. Gavrus, who suffered a concussion earlier this year, did not return.
No penalty was issued on the play. Randell says the details of the hit are sketchy since it happened so fast.
Either way, the Rangers have the lead in the series and look to steal a game in hostile territory tonight. Bayshore is a tough rink to win in.
Three things to be pleased about from last night's game - the Rangers responded after playing a bad first period, John Gibson was solid in net for most of the game and special teams was on point.
Should be a dandy in Owen Sound. Hope to see lots of fans there.
Update on Randell.
The overage forward has been suspended indefinitely by the OHL. The league is calling it a check to the head on Gavrus.
Randell will be out of Game 2 and beyond while the league reviews the play and issues a set game suspension.
That means Rangers GM/coach Steve Spott will have to do some line juggling. Maybe Josh Sterk moves up to the second unit wing and Curtis Meighan centres the fourth line. Or we could see a tough guy such as Brett Clampitt inserted into the lineup.
Here's the hit: