Senators' Redden sidelined with knee injury

Updated: November 23, 2005, 8:31 PM ET news services

Ottawa Senators: Star defenseman Wade Redden will be out at least a week after spraining his left knee at practice Wednesday.

Redden has four goals and 17 assists and is fourth in the league in scoring among defensemen.

He had a goal and an assist in Ottawa's 5-3 victory over Carolina on Tuesday night.

New York Rangers: According to reports, Darius Kasparaitis suffered a broken nose during the Rangers' 3-2 win over the Sabres on Tuesday night when he was rammed face-first into the end glass by Mike Grier with 2:30 left in the third period.

No penalty was called on the play.

Kasparaitis said it was the fourth or fifth time he has broken his nose, but said he won't play with an eye shield.

Anaheim Mighty Ducks: The Mighty Ducks recalled right wing Dustin Penner and center Zenon Konopka from the Portland Pirates. In addition, the Ducks have placed goaltender J.S. Giguere and right wing Petr Sykora on injured reserve.

Penner started the season with Anaheim but did not appear in a game before being reassigned to Portland on Oct. 10. He was signed as a free agent in May 2004.

Konopka appeared in his first five career NHL games following his recall on Oct. 29. He scored his first NHL goal on Nov. 6 and was reassigned to Portland two days later.

Fedoruk suspended: Forward Todd Fedoruk was suspended for three games without pay Wednesday by the NHL, a day after he drew a match penalty for a hit on Phoenix center Petr Nedved.

Fedoruk was given the match penalty midway through the third period of Anaheim's 2-1 victory Tuesday night when he left his skates to hit Nedved with an elbow. The shot appeared to be in retaliation for a hit moments earlier by Phoenix defenseman Denis Gauthier against Joffrey Lupul.

Phoenix Coyotes: The Coyotes recalled rookie defenseman Matt Jones from their AHL affiliate in San Antonio on Wednesday.

Jones had seven assists and eight penalty minutes in 19 games for the Rampage.

He was Phoenix's third-round pick in the 2002 draft after playing college hockey at North Dakota, where he had 16 goals, 36 assists and 152 penalty minutes in 162 games over four years.

Jones played in four preseason games for the Coyotes this year and had no points with six penalty minutes.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.