Hockey transactions

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Movements in the world of hockey Wednesday:

National Hockey League

ATLANTA THRASHERS-Recalled D Chris Chelios from Chicago (AHL). Reassigned D Mike Vernace from Chicago (AHL) to Hamilton (AHL).

BOSTON BRUINS-Assigned G Matt Dalton from Providence (AHL) to Reading (ECHL).

CAROLINA HURRICANES-Recalled LW Oskar Osala from Albany (AHL).

EDMONTON OILERS-Recalled F Chris Minard from Springfield (AHL).

MINNESOTA WILD-Recalled D Jaime Sifers from Houston (AHL). Reassigned RW Petr Kalus to Houston.

MONTREAL CANADIENS-Reassigned F Greg Stewart from Hamilton (AHL) to Chicago (AHL).

American Hockey League

AHL-Suspended Portland coach Kevin Dineen one game for his actions following Saturday's game at Syracuse and Manitoba RW Sergei Shirokov one game for his actions during Saturday's game at Grand Rapids.

CHICAGO WOLVES-Signed LW Reid Simpson. Reassigned LW Patrick Galivan to Gwinnett (ECHL).

MANITOBA MOOSE-Loaned C Marty Murray to Milwaukee for F Peter Olvecky.

NORFOLK ADMIRALS-Signed D Zach Tarkir, D Nick St. Pierre, F Kai Kantola and F Tim Marks. Released D Ryan McGinnis. Returned F Ryan Cruthers to Reading (ECHL).

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS-Announced Edmonton (NHL) recalled F Chris Minard. Recalled F Bryan Young from Stockton (ECHL).

TORONTO MARLIES-Signed D Simon Gysbers and D Ryan Stokes.

ECHL

SOUTH CAROLINA STINGRAYS-Traded G Parker Van Buskirk to the Florida Everblades for F Chris Capraro.

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