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Hockey transactions

National Hockey League

ATLANTA THRASHERS-Activated F Steve Rucchin from injured reserve.

BOSTON BRUINS-Assigned F Phil Kessel to Providence of the AHL.

CALGARY FLAMES-Recalled F Dustin Boyd and F Carsen Germyn from Omaha of the AHL.

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Recalled RW Brandon Bochenski from Norfolk of the AHL.

DALLAS STARS-Recalled G Tobias Stephan from Iowa of the AHL.

EDMONTON OILERS-Recalled D Mathieu Roy from Hamilton of the AHL.

MONTREAL CANADIENS-Recalled F Maxim Lapierre and F Mikhail Grabovski from Hamilton of the AHL.

NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Assigned RW Cam Janssen to Lowell of the AHL.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS-Recalled C Frans Nielsen from Bridgeport of the AHL. Assigned D Allan Rourke to Bridgeport.

OTTAWA SENATORS-Traded D Tomas Malec to the New York Islanders for C Matt Koalska and assigned Koalska to Binghamton of the AHL.

American Hockey League

IOWA STARS-Recalled G Steve Siverthorn from Idaho of the ECHL.

MANITOBA MOOSE-Recalled G Julien Ellis from Victoria of the ECHL.

MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS-Assigned G Scott Reid to New Mexico of the CHL.

OMAHA AK-SAR-BEN KNIGHTS-Recalled C Aki Seitsonen and G Mike McKenna from Las Vegas of the ECHL.

PROVIDENCE BRUINS-Assigned G Mike Brown to Long Beach of the ECHL.

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS-Recalled F Zbynek Hrdel from Johnstown of the ECHL.


LONG BEACH ICE DOGS-Traded C Adam Edinger to Wheeling for RW Bo Cheesman. Released G Derek Classen.

Central Hockey League




Bo Horvat

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Matt Berlin

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