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Roster Call for October 5, 2011

Wednesday, 10.05.2011 / 9:00 PM
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Roster Call
Roster Call for October 5, 2011
The following NHL teams have announced the following roster moves today.

  Calgary Flames

Re-assigned to AHL: Jordan Hendry.
Placed on injured reserve: Mikael Backlund, Brendan Morrison, Raitis Ivanans.

  Carolina Hurricanes

Re-assigned to AHL: Riley Nash.

  Colorado Avalanche

Re-assigned to AHL: Stefan Elliott.
Placed on injured reserve: Kyle Cumiskey, Mark Olver, Brandon Yip.

  Columbus Blue Jackets

Re-assigned to AHL: Alexandre Giroux.

  Dallas Stars

Placed on injured reserve: Adam Pardy.

  Los Angeles Kings

Re-assigned to AHL: Slava Voynov.
Placed on injured reserve: Jake Muzzin.
Placed on non-roster list: Colin Fraser.

  Minnesota Wild

Re-assigned to AHL: Matt Hackett.

  Montreal Canadiens

Re-assigned to AHL: Aaron Palushaj, Michael Blunden, Andreas Engqvist.
Claimed off waivers: Blair Betts.

  New York Islanders

Re-assigned to AHL: Trevor Frischmon, Dylan Reese.
Returned to juniors: Kirill Kabanov.

  New York Rangers

Re-assigned to AHL: Sean Avery.
Recalled from AHL: Tim Erixon.
Placed on injured reserve: Marc Staal.
Cleared waivers: Brendan Bell, Stu Bickel.

  San Jose Sharks

Re-assigned to AHL: Cam MacIntyre, Mike Moore.

  Philadelphia Flyers

Re-assigned to AHL: Oskars Bartulis.
Placed on injured reserve: Ian Laperriere, Andrew Rowe, Brandon Manning.

  Winnipeg Jets

Signed to AHL contract: David Aebischer.
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Just the feel for the direction they were headed and what they're trying to do, it just felt that this is a really good thing for this organization. They've got the pieces. We can put something together and go on a run or two and be together for a while, and I'm really excited about that opportunity. The team we have here has an opportunity to win, and that's the most attractive thing.

— Washington defenseman Matt Niskanen on why he decided to sign with the Capitals