Roundup: Wild sign Weber, Jackets ink Bergeron

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Busy Tuesday around the NHL, as teams continue to make moves ahead of the trade deadline.

• The Wild have signed veteran d-man Mike Weber to an NHL contract, this after he caught on with their AHL affiliate in Iowa. It’s a two-way deal and, in order to make him roster-eligible, the club has placed him on waivers. Weber’s last big league action came in ’15-16, when he appeared in 10 games for the Caps.

• The Blue Jackets made a similar move with Marc-Andre Bergeron, per TVA. Bergeron, 36, joined AHL Cleveland this season after a three-year stint with Zurich of the Swiss league, and has scored nine points in 13 games for the Monsters. His is also a two-way deal and, like Weber, has been placed on waivers as a formality.

• Calgary has waived d-man Jyrki Jokipakka. Acquired from Dallas in last year’s deadline deal for Kris Russell, Jokipakka has appeared in 38 games for the Flames, scoring six points. Today’s move comes after Calgary made a pair of moves to upgrade the defense, signing Matt Bartkowski and trading for Michael Stone.

• Anaheim has waived forward Joseph Cramarossa. Cramarossa, 24, was taken in the third round of the ’11 draft, and has appeared in 49 games for the Ducks this year, scoring 10 points (making his NHL debut in the process).

• Chris DiDomenico, who Ottawa signed out of the Swiss League yesterday, has been waived for the purpose of joining the roster.

• Tampa Bay waived Gabriel Dumont, who’s been up and down between the Bolts and AHL Syracuse throughout the season. The former Montreal forward has two points in 19 games for the Lightning.

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