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Youds Assigned to Walleye

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The Rockford IceHogs have assigned defenseman Ben Youds (YOWDS) to the Toledo Walleye. Toledo has also released forward Jake Trask and defenseman David Starenky.

Youds, a native of Maple Grove, Minnesota, has appeared in three games this season with IceHogs and has two assists. Ben is coming off of a year in which he appeared 57 games in Rockford with 4 goals and 13 assists. He also played in just one game with Toledo a year ago, but did score the game-winning goal in overtime on December 27th against Chicago (2-1).

Starenky played in just one game for Toledo and did not collect any points. Trask did not dress in the three games played by Toledo.

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