Found October 30, 2011 on Blue Seat Blogs:

The New York Rangers have called up forward Andre Deveaux from the Connecticut Whale.  In nine games with the Whale this year, Deveaux has four goals, two assists, and 23 PIMs.  This move is likely in response to some lingering affects of the Zenon Konopka hit on Artem Anisimov, a hit in which Anisimov landed awkwardly –face first– against the glass. Anisimov was not skating in practice today.

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