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Bolduc, Grabner return to Moose

The Vancouver Canucks, the NHL affiliate of the Manitoba Moose, announced today they have re-assigned forwards Alexandre Bolduc and Michael Grabner to the Moose.

Bolduc, 23, earned his second recall to the Canucks on Feb. 20 and has now appeared in seven games, earning one assist and four penalty minutes with the NHL club.

So far this season, Bolduc has played in 44 games with the Moose collecting 25 points (10-15-25). The Montreal native has played in 175 games over four seasons with the Moose where he’s scored 81 points (35-46-81) and 238 penalty minutes.

Grabner, 21, has played in 47 games so far this season for the Moose. The Villach, Austria, native is currently tied for the lead in Moose goal scoring with 21 goals and is fifth on the team in overall scoring with 33 points (21-12-33) and 14 penalty minutes. He missed nine games earlier this season due to an injury but returned and scored his first professional hat trick in his first game back Jan. 9 at Iowa.

He was also asked to serve on Austria in the Olympic Qualifying tournament, played from February 5-8, 2009. Grabner appeared in three games where he led his team in scoring with five goals.