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Monday, December 13, 1999
Canucks shuffle roster, call up O'SullivanVANCOUVER (CP) -- The slumping, injury-riddled Vancouver Canucks shuffled their roster Monday, calling up defenceman Chris O'Sullivan and reassigning defenceman Ryan Bonni and forward Harold Druken.
O'Sullivan, a free-agent acquisition last August, had seven goals and 14 assists in 19 games with Syracuse of the American Hockey League. Previously, he played parts of three seasons with the Calgary Flames.
Druken, a centre, returns to Syracuse after playing seven games with the Canucks. He had one goal and two assists. Bonni, who also was sent to Syracuse, saw limited action in three games with the Canucks and did not record a point.
Vancouver, in the midst of an 0-4-1 skid, has one win in 11 games (1-7-3). In Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to Colorado, the Canucks were missing six regulars -- including captain Mark Messier (right knee sprain) and Alexander Mogilny (back spasms).