Edmonton Oilers: The Oilers signed forward Rob Schremp to a three-year contract.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Schremp was Edmonton's second pick in
the first round of the 2004 draft. The 19-year-old had a goal in
six preseason games with Edmonton before being returned to the
OHL's London Knights.
"We are pleased to sign Rob to his first NHL contract," Oilers assistant GM Scott Howson said in a statement. "He had an
outstanding training camp with us and we're looking forward to him playing a part in the future success of the Oilers."
Schremp had 41 goals and 49 assists last season with London. He added 13 goals and 16 assists in the playoffs as the Knights captured the OHL title and the Memorial Cup.
Washington activated right winger Chris Clark from the injured
list. Clark, who was out with a rib injury, replaced Ouellet on the
Ouellet became expendable when Washington claimed goalie Brent
Johnson on Tuesday after he was waived by the Vancouver Canucks.
Fedorov, the younger sibling of Anaheim forward
was sent from Vancouver to New York on Friday for forward
Jozef Balej and a fifth-round pick in next year's draft. Fedorov was
assigned to Hartford of the AHL.
Marcel Hossa has already worked out well for New York with two
goals in as many games.
The 24-year-old Fedorov spent last season in Russia during the
NHL lockout and had seven goals and 10 assists in 29 games with
Spartak and Magnitogorsk. In 15 NHL games over two seasons, all
with Vancouver, the center had two assists.
Atlanta Thrashers: The Thrashers activated defenseman
Garnet Exelby from injured reserve and recalled goaltender Michael
Garnett from Chicago of the AHL before Friday night's game against
the Washington Capitals.
Exelby has been sidelined since Sept. 22 with a leg injury.
Garnett will be the backup to Mike Dunham. Kari Lehtonen started
in goal for the season opener but hurt his groin and went on
injured reserve Thursday.
Lehtonen, the second overall pick in the 2002 NHL draft, was
injured in the first period of Atlanta's 2-0 loss to Florida on