Ducks part with Fedoruk, Chistov, acquire Parros

PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Flyers acquired winger Todd Fedoruk on Monday from the Anaheim Ducks for a fourth-round pick in
the 2007 draft.

It's Fedoruk's second stint with the Flyers. He played four
seasons with them before he was traded in 2005. He has 14 career
goals and 54 points in 306 games.

"It's great. I look forward to playing with those guys,"
Fedoruk said.

Fedoruk has three assists in 10 games. He has missed the last eight
contests with a broken cheekbone, which he suffered while
fighting with Minnesota's Derek Boogaard on Oct. 27.

It was the first major deal made by Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren since he took over for Bob Clarke last month.

"He has that emotion, intensity, determination and leadership
that we look for in a player," Holmgren said. "He is still a
young player and he is a player that has always been known for his
toughness and the willingness to aid his teammates."

Acquired from the Flyers in exchange for a second-round pick in
July 2005, Fedoruk has 14 goals and 40 assists in five-plus
seasons with Philadelphia and Anaheim.

Ducks send Chistov to Bruins
BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins acquired left winger Stanislav Chistov from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a third-round pick
in the 2008 draft, the team announced Monday.

Chistov played one game for the Ducks this season and three
games with Anaheim's AHL affiliate, Portland, on a conditioning

The 2008 pick that Boston gave up was acquired along with Paul
Mara on June 25 from the Phoenix Coyotes, said Bruins general
manager Peter Chiarelli.

Chistov, a Russian native, playing in the Russian Super League
last season, scoring 11 goals along with 21 assists in 47 games
with Metallurg Magnitogorsk.

Chistov had 14 goals and 48 total points over two seasons
(2002-04) with Anaheim.

Also Monday, the Bruins recalled goaltender Brian Finley and
assigned defenseman Matt Lashoff and center Yan Stasny to
Providence of the AHL.

Information from The Associated Press and SportsTicker was used in this report.