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3/2/2015

Joey Hishon, C, COL

Joey Hishon

Hishon Recalled By Avs

News: The Avs recalled Joey Hishon from AHL Lake Erie on Monday.
Analysis: Joey Hishon, who leads Lake Erie with 32 points in 50 games, gives the Avs some added depth up front in the wake of Monday's deal that sent Maxime Talbot and Paul Carey to the Bruins.

3/2/2015

Austin Madaisky, D, CLB

Austin Madaisky

Jackets' Madaisky Done For Seasons Due To Injury

News: Austin Madaisky will miss the rest of the season because of an injury, Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: The report doesn't specify what the injury is, but the 23-year-old Austin Madaisky apparently won't play again this season. The former fifth-round pick (2010) has yet to make an NHL appearance, but he did record 35 points (12 goals) in 53 AHL games this season.

3/2/2015

Zack Phillips, C, MIN

Zack Phillips

Phillips Traded To Bruins

News: The Wild traded Zack Phillips to the Bruins on Monday in exchange for Jared Knight, Chad Graff of the Pioneer Press reports.
Analysis: Zack Phillips, who was selected 28th overall by the Wild in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, has recorded 15 points in 49 AHL games with Iowa this season. He'll provide the B's with organizational depth up front at AHL Providence.

3/2/2015

Jared Knight, RW, BOS

Jared Knight

Wild Trade For Knight

News: The Wild traded Zach Phillips to the Bruins on Monday in exchange for Jared Knight, Chad Graff of the Pioneer Press reports.
Analysis: Jared Knight, who the Bruins selected 32nd overall in the 2010 NHL Draft, has recorded just three points in 36 games for AHL Providence this season, but perhaps a change of scenery will do the energetic 23-year-old forward some good.

3/2/2015

David Leggio, G, NYI

David Leggio

Isles Trade Leggio To Coyotes

News: David Leggio was traded from the Islanders to the Coyotes on Monday in exchange for Mark Louis, agent Brian Bartlett reports.
Analysis: With the Isles' addition of Michal Neuvirth before the trade deadline, the club had more than enough depth among their netminders, making David Leggio expendable. He will likely serve in a similar role with the Coyotes, adding a little more organizational depth in net for the remainder of the season. Over 23 games with AHL Bridgeport this season, the 30-year-old has posted a 3.93 GAA and .861 save percentage.

3/2/2015

Dustin Jeffrey, C, VAN

Dustin Jeffrey

Canucks Deal Jeffrey To Islanders

News: Dustin Jeffrey was traded to the Islanders on Monday in exchange for AHL forward Cory Conacher, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
Analysis: The Islanders and Canucks will exchange spare minor-league parts, with Conacher probably possessing the more upside of the two players. The 27-year-old Dustin Jeffrey has thrived as a scorer this season with AHL Utica, but hasn't shown much offensive ability over 124 career games at the NHL level with the Penguins and Stars, managing only 17 goals and 14 assists. He'll likely report to AHL Bridgeport with his new organization.

3/2/2015

Rasmus Rissanen, D, CAR

Rasmus Rissanen

Hurricanes Recall Rissanen

News: The Hurricanes recalled Rasmus Rissanen from AHL Charlotte on Monday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Rasmus Rissanen, who has notched 11 points in 52 games for Charlotte this season, joins the big club's blue line mix, with Andrej Sekera and Tim Gleason having been dealt by the team in advance of Monday's NHL trade deadline.

3/1/2015

Mattias Backman, D, DET

Mattias Backman

Red Wings' Backman Traded To Stars

News: Mattias Backman and Mattas Janmark were traded from the Red Wings to the Stars on Sunday in exchange for Erik Cole, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: There were also draft picks exchanged, as neither Mattias Backman nor Janmark is considered a top prospect. The 22-year-old Backman has just four points in 18 AHL appearances this season, but he does have 16 points over 23 games in the Swedish Hockey League.

3/1/2015

Erik Cole, RW, DET

Erik Cole

Cole Traded To Red Wings

News: The Stars traded Erik Cole along with a 2015 third-round draft pick to the Red Wings on Sunday for Mattias Backman, Mattias Janmark and 2015 second-round draft pick, mlive.com reports.
Analysis: Erik Cole, who is in the final year of his contract, has recorded 18 goals and 33 points in 57 games with the Stars to date. The 36-year-old winger will add valuable size, experience and scoring punch to the Red Wings' forward corps as the team approaches the stretch run with the likes of Johan Franzen and Darren Helm banged up.

3/1/2015

Anthony Duclair, LW, NYR

Anthony Duclair

Duclair Traded To Coyotes

News: The Coyotes acquired Anthony Duclair from the Rangers on Sunday, along with John Moore, a first-round draft pick in 2016 and a second-round pick in 2015 in exchange for Keith Yandle, Chris Summers and a fourth-round pick in 2015, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: While Yandle is the big name in the deal, the 19-year-old Anthony Duclair represents a good young prospect for the Coyotes. Duclair, who notched a goal and six assists in 18 games with the Rangers earlier this season, has been playing with the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League of late. He'll now join the same organization as 2015 World Junior Championship linemate, Max Domi.

2/28/2015

Justin Holl, D, CHI

Justin Holl

Hawks' Holl Brought Up To AHL

News: Justin Holl, who is in his first professional season in the Blackhawks' organization, was recalled by AHL's Rockford from the ECHL's Indy Fuel on Thursday, the Rockford IceHogs' website reports.
Analysis: Justin Holl, 22, has recorded four goals and 19 assists with the Fuel. He was selected in the second round (number 54 overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft by the Blackhawks. He spent four seasons at the University of Minnesota, where he played mainly defense, but the Gophers tried him at forward in his senior year. It was a failure, with only three goals and four assists in 35 games. This will be his first go-round in the AHL. If he impresses at Rockford this season, he could get a look for the Blackhawks in 2015-16 if there is a shake-up in the defensive corps.

2/28/2015

Michael Leighton, G, CHI

Michael Leighton

Hawks' Leighton Continues To Thrive In AHL

News: Michael Leighton, who is considered fourth on the Blackhawks' goalie depth chart, continues to thrive at AHL's Rockford, getting his his 14th win Friday by turning aside 22 of the 25 shots on goal by the Texas Stars in the IceHogs' 4-3 overtime win, the team's official website reports.
Analysis: Michael Leighton has been playing well in the AHL, but it does not seem to be helping him when it comes to the Blackhawks. Right now, he is just veteran depth in goal for Chicago. Leighton has been in goal for 30 games with a 14-10-2-4 with a 2.18 goals against average and a .923 save percentage. For him to get to the big club, there would have to be injuries to a pair of goalies among the group of Corey Crawford, Antti Raanta and Scott Darling.

2/27/2015

Brent Sopel, D, MON

Brent Sopel

Former NHL Defenseman Sopel Announces Retirement

News: Brent Sopel announced his retirement from professional hockey Friday, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Brent Sopel last appeared in the NHL with the Canadiens in 2010-11. He had bounced around the KHL the previous three seasons before returning stateside this year, appearing in 29 games for AHL Chicago of the Blues organization. While his career had bottomed out during this decade, Sopel put together some quality seasons with the Canucks in the mid-2000s, registering a career-high 42 points in 2003-04. In addition to his stints with the Canucks and Canadiens, Sopel also spent time with the Islanders, Kings, Blackhawks, and Thrashers.

2/26/2015

Sonny Milano, LW, CLB

Sonny Milano

Jackets' Milano Has Four Point Night Thursday

News: Sonny Milano had two goals and two assists in Plymouth's (OHL) 6-3 win over Sarnia on Thursday.
Analysis: Sonny Milano's season got off to a late start due to facial fractures suffered in the Traverse City Prospects Tournament but he's been a stud ever since returning. He now has 58 points in 40 games with the Whalers and he was a key cog for Team USA at the World Juniors. The dynamic forward is quickly developing into one of the brighter prospects in the league.

2/26/2015

Kevan Miller, D, BOS

Kevan Miller

Bruins Transfer Miller To LTIR

News: Kevan Miller (shoulder) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Thursday, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: Kevan Miller has been ruled out for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, but by placing him on long-term injured reserve, the Bruins will be able to remove his salary from the team's cap. That extra financial flexibility should prove helpful prior to the Mar. 2 trade deadline, where the Bruins should be active.

2/26/2015

David Krejci, C, BOS

David Krejci

Boston Moves Krejci TO LTIR

News: David Krejci (knee) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Thursday, Braden Campbell of the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: The move is mostly for cap purposes, as David Krejci is slated to miss beyond the 10 regular-season games that is dictated by a placement on long-term injured reserve. The Bruins will now get to temporarily remove Krejci's salary from the team's cap, which will allow the team take on additional contracts in a trade as the Mar. 2 deadline approaches.

2/26/2015

Spencer Abbott, RW, TOR

Spencer Abbott

Leafs' Abbott Traded To Blackhawks

News: Spencer Abbott was traded by Toronto to the Blackhawks on Thursday in exchange for defenseman T.J. Brennan, TSN's Mark Masters reports.
Analysis: Already 26 years old, Spencer Abbott has just one NHL appearance to his name, though he did score 69 points in 64 games for AHL Toronto last season. Things haven't gone nearly as well in 2014-15, with Abbott sporting just 24 points through 46 AHL games.

2/26/2015

T.J. Brennan, D, NYI

T.J. Brennan

Blackhawks' Brennan Traded To Leafs For Abbott

News: T.J. Brennan was traded by Chicago to the Maple Leafs on Thursday in exchange for forward Spencer Abbott, TSN's Mark Masters reports.
Analysis: The teams will swap a couple of AHL veterans with 41 combined games of NHL experience. T.J. Brennan is responsible for 40 of those appearances, as he piled up 11 points across the 2011-12 and 2012-13 campaigns. He then had 72 points in 76 AHL appearances last season, but he only has 36 points through 54 AHL appearances this season. The trade helps Brennan's odds of reaching the NHL this year, though it's still possible he'll report to AHL Toronto.

2/26/2015

Slava Voynov, D, LA

Slava Voynov

Kings' Voynov Trial Delayed One Week

News: Slava Voynov's upcoming trial for domestic battery charges has been delayed one week, the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Slava Voynov remains under indefinite suspension by the NHL but could face deportation back to Russia if found guilty. The trial will now begin on March 9, which is significant given the fact the it was moved from March 2 -- the NHL's trade deadline. It was a long shot anyway, but any bit of clarity regarding their defenseman's status they were hoping to gain before the trade deadline will have to wait.

2/25/2015

Connor Hellebuyck, G, WPG

Connor Hellebuyck

Hellebuyck Stops 41 Shots In AHL Action Wednesday

News: Connor Hellebuyck stopped 41 of 43 shots in St. John's (AHL) 3-2 shootout win over Portland on Wednesday.
Analysis: Connor Hellebuyck has had a brilliant first professional season with a 24-15-4 record to go along with a 2.44 GAA and a .926 save percentage. Despite the fact he's less than a year out of college, Hellebuyck is already the most talented goalie in the Winnipeg system. The 21-year-old may very well get a shot at the NHL level next season.

2/25/2015

Connor Brown, RW, TOR

Connor Brown

Brown Tallies Three Points In AHL Action Wednesday

News: Connor Brown had a goal and two assists in Toronto's (AHL) 4-1 win over Charlotte on Wednesday.
Analysis: Connor Brown had a brilliant junior career (he led the OHL in scoring last year), but scouts were concerned his game wouldn't translate to the pro level. He has put any of those concerns to rest with 16 goals and 44 points in his first 53 AHL games. He still needs more seasoning but he's a name to remember for the future.

2/25/2015

Patrick Kane, RW, CHI

Patrick Kane

Hawks' Kane Expected To Miss 12 Weeks

News: Patrick Kane underwent successful surgery to repair a left clavicle fracture Wednesday, and he's expected to miss 12 weeks.
Analysis: With the team's worst nightmare now confirmed, Chicago may look to make a move to add another winger to help compensate for the loss of Patrick Kane. Assuming the 12-week timetable holds up, Kane -- who will miss the remainder of the regular season -- could be ready to return during the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, if the Blackhawks make it that far.

2/25/2015

Roland McKeown, D, LA

Roland McKeown

Kings Ship McKeown To Hurricanes

News: Roland McKeown was traded to the Hurricanes as part of the deal that sent Andrej Sekera to the Kings, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Analysis: The Kings had selected Roland McKeown with the 50th pick in the 2014 draft after he was initially being projected as a possible first-round pick. In 54 games with OHL Kingston this season, he's tallied four goals, 20 assists, and a minus-3 rating. At just 19 years old, McKeown will be an intriguing prospect for Carolina, but he's still likely at least a full season away from NHL action.

 
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