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Hockey transactions

Movements in the world of hockey Tuesday:

National Hockey League

BOSTON BRUINS-Recalled D Adam McQuaid and D Andy Wozniewski from Providence (AHL). Placed LW Milan Lucic on injured reserve.

CAROLINA HURRICANES-Recalled F Patrick Dwyer and D Bryan Rodney from Albany (AHL). Announced G Michael Leighton has been claimed off waivers by Philadelphia.

DETROIT RED WINGS-Recalled D Doug Janik from Grand Rapids (AHL).

MINNESOTA WILD-Recalled LW Robbie Earl and G Anton Khudobin from Houston (AHL).

NASHVILLE PREDATORS-Recalled F Nick Spaling from Milwaukee (AHL).

NEW YORK RANGERS-Assigned F P.A. Parenteau to Hartford (AHL).

OTTAWA SENATORS-Recalled F Josh Hennessy from Binghamton (AHL) on an emergency basis.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Recalled C Blair Jones from Norfolk (AHL).

American Hockey League

AHL-Suspended Syracuse G Kevin Lalande for two games for his actions in a Dec. 12 game at Binghamton.

GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS-Suspended LW Dick Axelsson for leaving the team.

HARTFORD WOLF PACK-Released F Andrew Carroll.


ECHL-Fined RW Dan Collins an undisclosed amount for his actions in a game against Gwinnett on Dec. 12.

ELMIRA JACKALS-Announced F Matt Lowry has been recalled by Binghamton (AHL), D Jean-Francois David has been loaned to Springfield (AHL) and F Josh Aspenlind has been recalled by Lake Erie (AHL).



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