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Hockey transactions

Movements in the world of hockey Tuesday:

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS-Recalled C Derek MacKenzie from Syracuse (AHL).

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS-Recalled F Jiri Tlusty from Toronto (AHL).

American Hockey League

AHL-Suspended Rockford LW Adam Berti three games for his actions in a Dec. 14 game against Rochester, Hershey LW Tom Maxwell two games for his actions during a Dec. 14 game against Norfolk, and Bridgeport LW Kip Brennan one game for his actions in a Dec. 16 game against Albany.

BINGHAMTON SENATORS-Recalled RW Jim McKenzie from Elmira (ECHL). Signed D Bryan Rodney.

HAMILTON BULLDOGS-Claimed F Daniel Corso off waivers from Houston. Assigned F Cory Urquhart to Cincinnati (ECHL).

MANITOBA MOOSE-Assigned G Julien Ellis to Victoria (ECHL).

MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS-Recalled G Maxime Daigneault from Cincinnati (ECHL). Assigned G Dov Grumet-Morris to Cincinnati.

ECHL

ECHL-Suspended Texas F Dan Welch six games and Florida LW Brad Herauf one game and fined them undisclosed amounts for their actions in a Dec. 15 game.

UTAH GRIZZLIES-Announced Bridgeport (AHL) recalled F Keith Johnson.

Central Hockey League

CHL-Suspended Colorado D Les Borsheim three games and Colorado F Fraser Filipic, Mississippi D Jason Lawmaster, Mississippi F Sheldon Wenzel and Wichita D Tyler Hanchuck one game apiece for their actions in Dec. 15 games.

AUSTIN ICE BATS-Waived D Tamas Lencses.

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