Sifers has been waived Friday by the Blue Jackets, Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch reports. Sifers, a product of the University of Vermont, spent the last two seasons in the AHL following a three-year stint playing in the DEL in Germany. During the 2015-16 campaign, the defenseman logged 19 points and 86 PIM before adding another five helpers during the Calder Cup playoffs. Given his age, it seems unlikely the 33-year-old will find an NHL team willing to give him a significant enough role to make him relevant to fantasy owners.
Jaime Sifers signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Blue Jackets on Thursday.
The Wild have reassigned D Jaime Sifers and G Anton Khudobin to the AHL.
Defenseman Jaime Sifers was recalled from the Wild's AHL affiliate in Houston to help fill in for Brent Burns, who was placed on IR with a concussion on Friday.
The Minnesota Wild have signed defensemen Jamie Fraser and Jamie Sifers to one-year deals. Both signings will help the Wild on the blue line, where they lack depth. They signed Greg Zanon from Nashville earlier this month.
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