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             === Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===

                       === Monday, October 20, 2014 ===


=== BASKETBALL ===

Detroit Pistons - Waived center Hasheem Thabeet, forward Brian Cook and guards
Josh Bostic and Lorenzo Brown.

Golden State Warriors - Signed guard Sean Kilpatrick.

Los Angeles Lakers - Waived guard Keith Appling and center Jeremy Tyler.

Miami Heat - Signed guard Larry Drew II.

Minnesota Timberwolves - Waived center Kyrylo Fesenko.


=== FOOTBALL ===

Atlanta Falcons - Placed center Peter Konz on injured reserve; signed
offensive tackle Jonathan Scott.

Cleveland Browns - Waived fullback Ray Agnew; promoted fullback Kiero Small
from the practice squad to the active roster.

Denver Broncos - Signed running back Kapri Bibbs to active roster; waived
linebacker Shaquil Barrett.

Detroit Lions - Signed tight end Kellen Davis; released safety Jerome Couplin;
signed wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah to the practice squad.

St. Louis Rams - Released wide receiver Austin Pettis.

Tennessee Titans - Waived tight end Brett Brackett.

Toronto Argonauts (CFL) - Signed defensive back Harold Mutobola to the
practice roster.


=== HOCKEY ===

American Hockey League - Suspended Binghamton Senators forward David
Dziurzynski for three games.

Anaheim Ducks - Recalled goaltender John Gibson from Norfolk (AHL).

Boston Bruins - Recalled forward Seth Griffith from Providence (AHL).

Calgary Flames - Signed defenseman TJ Brodie to a five-year contract
extension.

Detroit Red Wings - Assigned goaltender Petr Mrazek to Grand Rapids (AHL).

Montreal Canadiens - Recalled forward Michael Bournival from Hamilton (AHL).

National Hockey League - Suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov
indefinitely pending a criminal investigation.

Pittsburgh Penguins - Assigned forward Andrew Ebbett and defenseman Scott
Harrington to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL).

St. Louis Blues - Assigned defenseman Petteri Lindbohm to Chicago (AHL).

Washington Capitals - Assigned forward Tom Wilson to Hershey (AHL).