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3/3/2015

Travis Sanheim, D, PHI

Travis Sanheim

Sanheim Tallies Two Assists In WHL Action Tuesday

News: Travis Sanheim had a pair of assists in Calgary's (WHL) 5-4 overtime win over Kamloops on Tuesday.
Analysis: Travis Sanheim was seen as a bit of a project when the Flyers selected him with the 17th overall pick in the 2014 Entry Draft, but his game has come an awful long way in just nine months time. After posting 29 points in 67 games in his first WHL season last year, Sanheim has upped those totals to 57 points in 59 games so far this season. He brings a dynamic, offensive element to the table that few in the Philadelphia system can match.

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.

3/1/2015

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.

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.

2/27/2015

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.

 
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