Friday, January 15, 2010

Wozniewski Called Up To Boston Again

AHL All-Star Earns Second NHL Recall of the Season

Providence, RI - The Providence Bruins, in their 18th year in the American Hockey League, announced that the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins have recalled defenseman Andy Wozniewski. With the move, the P-Bruins have 24 players on their roster, including 15 forwards, seven defensemen and two goaltenders.

Wozniewski, 29, returns to the NHL after a one week recall to Boston in December. The veteran blue-liner appeared in two road games for the parents Bruins, going scoreless. In the AHL this season, Wozniewski is a PlanetUSA All-Star and currently ranks second on the P-Bruins with a career-high 27 points, including seven goals and a team-best 20 assists in his 38 games. His point and assist totals also place him in the league's top five among defensemen. Wozniewski's best month of the year came in October when he was named Providence's Player of the Month after recording 15 points (5g, 10a) in just 10 games.

The seventh-year pro signed with Boston as a free agent on September 9, 2009. In his career, Wozniewski has appeared in 291 regular season games, amassing 101 points (24g, 77a), along with 25 postseason contests, registering 11 points (5g, 6a). Among his totals, Wozniewski has suited up for 79 career NHL games with Boston, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the St. Louis Blues, recording 12 points (2g, 10a) overall. Prior to turning pro in 2003-04 with the St. John's Maple Leafs, the undrafted native of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, played at the college ranks for four seasons, the first for the UMass-Lowell River Hawks and the final three with the University of Wisconsin Badgers. His NCAA career finished with 40 points (11g, 29a) in 133 contests.


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