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Hockey transactions

National Hockey League

ANAHEIM DUCKS-Recalled G Michael Wall from Portland of the AHL.

BOSTON BRUINS-Assigned LW Jeff Hoggan to Providence of the AHL.

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Signed Denis Savard to a contrct extension through the 2007-08 season.

DALLAS STARS-Assigned D Nikklas Grossman to Iowa of the AHL.

American Hockey League

BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS-Announced F Jeremy Colliton was called up by the New York Islanders.

MANITOBA MOOSE-Recalled F Alexandre Bolduc from Bakersfield of the ECHL.

PEORIA RIVERMEN-Signed C Gavin Morgan. Return D Stephen Wood and RW Ryan MacMurchy to Alaska of the ECHL.

SYRACUSE CRUNCH-Announced the Columbus Blue Jackets have assigned C Philippe Dupuis to Dayton of the ECHL. Recalled D Brad Farynuk and RW Jeffrey Szwez from Dayton.

WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS-Recalled F Tim Wallace from Wheeling of the ECHL. Announced LW Joe Jensen has been assigned by the Pittsburgh Penguins to the team from Wheeling.

WORCESTER SHARKS-Assigned G Dimitri Patzold to Fresno of the ECHL.

ECHL

CHARLOTTE CHECKERS-Signed D Bryan Rodney.

JOHNSTOWN CHIEFS-Announced F Adam Henrich has been assigned to the team from Springfield of the AHL.

TOLEDO STROM-Announced G Logan Koopmans has been reassigned to the team by Grand Rapids of the AHL and G Stefan Liv has been recalled by Grand Rapids.

Central Hockey League

ARIZONA SUNDOGS-Signed RW Dan DaSilva.

TULSA OILERS-Traded the rights to LW Shawn Futers to the New Mexico for future considerations.

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