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11:57 AM

Kyle Bigos, D, SJ

Kyle Bigos

Bigos Recalled To AHL Worcester

News: The Sharks have recalled Kyle Bigos from the Ontario Reign of the ECHL to AHL Worcester.
Analysis: Kyle Bigos has not played a game in the AHL this season and only logged five last year. He's unlikely to get a call-up to the NHL and become fantasy relevant this season.

10:47 AM

Alexei Marchenko, D, DET

Alexei Marchenko

Wings Bring Marchenko Up For A Look

News: Alexei Marchenko was recalled from AHL Grand Rapids on Friday, Chuck Pleiness of the Macomb Daily reports.
Analysis: General manager Ken Holland expressed a desire to give Alexei Marchenko a trial run at the NHL level after he supplied 17 points in 42 games for the AHL squad. Marchenko's stay with the Red Wings isn't expected to be a long-term one, as the team appears committed to swapping Xavier Ouellet back into the lineup at some point next week.

8:26 AM

Ty Rattie, RW, STL

Ty Rattie

Blues' Rattie Recalled From AHL

News: Ty Rattie was recalled by the Blues on Friday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: The 32nd overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, the 21-year-old Ty Rattie ranks fifth in the AHL with 17 goals this season. He made two NHL appearances last season, and while he's unlikely to make much of a short-term impact with the loaded Blues, Rattie is worth keeping an eye on for the future.

1/29/2015

Ronalds Kenins, LW, VAN

Ronalds Kenins

Canucks Recall Kenins

News: Ronalds Kenins was recalled from AHL Utica on Thursday.
Analysis: Derek Dorsett (neck) appears unlikely to play Friday against the Sabres, so it appears Ronalds Kenins will take his spot on the Canucks' fourth line during the game. Prior to joining Utica this season, the 23-year-old Kenins had played all of his hockey in Europe. He seems to have adapted well to the North American game, notching 12 points and 23 PIM in 36 games for the AHL squad.

1/29/2015

Danil Tarasov, RW, SJ

Danil Tarasov

Sharks Recall Tarasov From AHL

News: The Sharks recalled Danil Tarasov from AHL Worcester on Thursday.
Analysis: Danil Tarasov leads Worcester in points this season with 25. The recall is likely connected to Tyler Kennedy's injury that cropped up before Wednesday's practice. However, it appears that Tarasov won't draw into the lineup on Thursday, according to Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area.

1/29/2015

Trevor van Riemsdyk, D, CHI

Trevor van Riemsdyk

Hawks' Van Riemsdyk Expected To Skate Next Week

News: Van Riemsdyk (knee) is expected to resume skating next week, Eric Lear of Blackhawks TV reports.
Analysis: Van Riemsdyk has been out sidelined since November, when he required surgery to repair a fractured kneecap. It seems that Trevor van Riemsdyk is almost completely healed from the procedure, but because of his lengthy absence, he'll probably need several more weeks to get back to full speed. Expect the Blackhawks to send him out to AHL Rockford on a rehab assignment at some point in February, if he continues to progress as anticipated.

1/29/2015

Kris Versteeg, RW, CHI

Kris Versteeg

Blackhawks' Versteeg Not Expected For Road Trip

News: Kris Versteeg (hand) isn't expected to play during the Blackhawks' six-game road trip that kicks off Wednesday in Los Angeles, Eric Lear of Blackhawks TV reports.
Analysis: Kris Versteeg instead remained in Chicago, taking to the ice Wednesday morning for conditioning work. Because he's dealing with a fractured hand rather than a lower-body ailment, Versteeg's presence on the ice won't mean much until he's cleared to absorb contact.

1/28/2015

Simon Gagne, LW, BOS

Simon Gagne

Bruins Place Gagne On Unconditional Waivers

News: Simon Gagne (personal) was placed on unconditional waivers, likely for the purpose of his release, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: The move doesn't change Simon Gagne's situation much, as it was announced a couple weeks earlier that he wouldn't return to the Bruins again this season following the recent death of his father. He'll put his hockey career on hold for now, but could resurface in training camp with another squad next summer.

1/28/2015

Gabriel Dumont, C, MON

Gabriel Dumont

Habs Recall Dumont

News: The Canadiens have recalled Gabriel Dumont from AHL Hamilton, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: Gabriel Dumont, who has recorded 27 points and 54 penalty minutes in 40 games with Hamilton this season, gives the Habs some added depth up front, but a wait-and-see approach is in order from a fantasy perspective.

1/28/2015

Max Domi, C, ARI

Max Domi

Coyotes' Domi Could Make Debut This Season

News: Max Domi could make his NHL debut this season, according to GM Don Maloney, reports Sportsnet's Jeff Simmons.
Analysis: Max Domi has had an outstanding season with OHL London where he has registered 66 points in 35 games - good for 11th in league scoring. He was also named Top Forward at the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championship as he helped Canada win the gold medal. Domi is a must add in all dynasty leagues, but if he makes his debut this season expectations may need to be tempered, as it could coincide with the Coyotes moving some of their veteran players limiting Domi's upside.

1/27/2015

Brad Mills, C, OTT

Brad Mills

Mills Signs Two-Way Deal With Senators

News: Brad Mills signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Senators on Tuesday.
Analysis: Brad Mills had previously signed a professional tryout agreement with AHL Binghamton out of training camp, but didn't see much action after he was suspended for 20 games in late October due to PED violation. With the banishment served, he'll slot back in as a depth player at Binghamton in an attempt to keep his career alive.

1/27/2015

Radek Dvorak, RW, CAR

Radek Dvorak

Longtime NHLer Dvorak Announces Retirement

News: Radek Dvorak announced his retirement Tuesday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Analysis: Radek Dvorak, 37, was a solid player throughout his 18-season NHL career, which begun in 1995-96 with the Panthers. Over 1,260 career games with the Panthers, Rangers, Oilers, Blues, Thrashers, Stars, Ducks and Hurricanes, Dvorak compiled 227 goals and 590 points. His best season came in 2000-01 with the Rangers, when he recorded a career-high 67 points.

1/27/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Set To Retire

News: Martin Brodeur plans to announce his retirement as a player Thursday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Per the report, the veteran goalie -- who has been away from the Blues for the past two weeks on a personal leave of absence -- is slated to join the team's front office. The 42-year-old Martin Brodeur, who compiled a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 GAA in seven games for the Blues this season, finishes up his distinguished NHL career (spent mostly with New Jersey) with an all-time high 691 wins to go along with 125 career shutouts, also an all-time league-high mark.

1/27/2015

Nikita Jevpalovs, RW, PHI

Nikita Jevpalovs

Sharks Sign Free Agent Jevpalovs

News: The Sharks signed Nikita Jevpalovs to an entry-level deal on Monday.
Analysis: Nikita Jevpalovs is having a great year in junior, playing for Blainville-Boisbriand Armada in the QMJHL. He has 38 goals and 71 points in 45 games for the Armada.

1/21/2015

Todd Bertuzzi, LW, DET

Todd Bertuzzi

AHL Binghamton Terminates Bertuzzi's PTO

News: Todd Bertuzzi (knee) was released from his professional tryout offer with AHL Binghamton on Wednesday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Analysis: Todd Bertuzzi developed a knee issue shortly after he began playing with Binghamton, ending his quest to earn his way back to the NHL. He'll likely take some time off to recover from the injury, but it's not known if he plans to consider another comeback bid.

1/21/2015

Ray Whitney, LW, DAL

Ray Whitney

Longtime NHLer Whitney Announces Retirement

News: Ray Whitney announced his retirement from the NHL on Wednesday, ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: Ray Whitney spent 23 years in the NHL, with many of his most effective seasons coming in the twilight of his career. He tallied a career-best 83 points with the Hurricanes in 2006-07 and registered 77 points in 2011-12 with the Coyotes, when he was 39 years old. All told, he supplied 1,064 points over 1,330 regular season games spent with the Sharks, Oilers, Panthers, Blue Jackets, Red Wings, Hurricanes, Coyotes, and Stars.

1/21/2015

Jakub Culek, LW, OTT

Jakub Culek

Sens' Culek Placed On Waivers

News: Jakub Culek was placed on unconditional waivers Wednesday, likely for the purpose of his release, ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: Jakub Culek, who was drafted by the Senators in the third round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, didn't develop as the organization had hoped. He appeared in just 12 AHL games over the last three seasons, instead spending most of his time in the ECHL. The Czech Republic native is expected to pursue an opportunity in Europe.

1/20/2015

Douglas Murray, D, MON

Douglas Murray

Ex-Hab Murray Signs With German Squad

News: Douglas Murray signed a contract with Kolner Haie of the German League on Tuesday.
Analysis: The 34-year-old is expected to make his debut for the team Thursday after he failed to latch on with an NHL squad this season. The 34-year-old has produced 64 points and 412 PIM over his 518 career NHL games.

 
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