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Weekend’s sports transactions

The Associated Press


American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES – Agreed to terms with LHP Erik Bedard and RHP Hayden Penn on one-year contracts.

National League

FLORIDA MARLINS – Released RHP Jimmy Serrano.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS – Agreed to terms with 2B Ronnie Belliard on a minor league contract. Announced the resignation of Andy Dunn, director of player development.


NBA Development League

FORT WORTH FLYERS – Acquired F Ndudi Ebi and G-F Jeremy Richardson. Waived G Sean Dockery and F Anthony McHenry.


National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS – Signed WR Fred Gibson.

Canadian Football League

EDMONTON ESKIMOS – Signed DB Stanford Samuels.

Arena Football League

AUSTIN WRANGLERS – Signed WR-DB Toure Carter and OL-DL Anthony Jones.

CHICAGO RUSH – Claimed WR Derek McCoy off waivers from New Orleans.

DALLAS DESPERADOS – Traded WR Darnell McDonald to New Orleans for future considerations.

GEORGIA FORCE – Signed DB James Whitley.

LOS ANGELES AVENGERS – Signed OL Branden Hall.

NEW YORK DRAGONS – Waived FB Jasen Isom.


National Hockey League

COLORADO AVALANCHE – Recalled D Jeff Finger from Albany of the AHL.

DETROIT RED WINGS – Re-signed F Tomas Holmstrom to a three-year contract.

LOS ANGELES KINGS – Signed RW John Zeiler to one-year contract and recalled him from Manchester of the AHL. Assigned F Konstantin Pushkarev to Manchester.

MONTREAL CANADIENS – Recalled RW Duncan Milroy from Hamilton of the AHL. Reassigned F Jimmy Bonneau to Hamilton from Cincinnati of the ECHL.

OTTAWA SENATORS – Reassigned G Kelly Guard to Binghamton of the AHL.

American Hockey League

HAMILTON BULLDOGS – Recalled F Mathieu Aubin from Cincinnati of the ECHL.

OMAHA AK-SAR-BEN KNIGHTS – Acquired D Brett Skinner on loan from the Anaheim Ducks.

WORCESTER SHARKS – Announced the San Jose Sharks recalled C Tomas Plihal.


ECHL – Suspended Florida C Jarrett Lukin six games for an off-ice incident.


ARKANSAS – Announced the retirement of Frank Broyles, athletic director.

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