• Yotes Sign Jeffrey To One-Year, Two-Way Pact

    News: Dustin Jeffrey signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Coyotes on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Dustin Jeffrey, 27, spent the 2014-15 campaign in the Canucks' and Islanders' systems, but never saw any action at the NHL level. He was one of the more productive scorers for the AHL affiliates of both teams, however, notching a combined total of 25 goals and 39 assists across 69 games.
  • Canucks Deal Jeffrey To Islanders

    News: Dustin Jeffrey was traded to the Islanders on Monday in exchange for AHL forward Cory Conacher, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
    Analysis: The Islanders and Canucks will exchange spare minor-league parts, with Conacher probably possessing the more upside of the two players. The 27-year-old Dustin Jeffrey has thrived as a scorer this season with AHL Utica, but hasn't shown much offensive ability over 124 career games at the NHL level with the Penguins and Stars, managing only 17 goals and 14 assists. He'll likely report to AHL Bridgeport with his new organization.
  • Jeffrey Signs With Canucks

    News: The Canucks have signed Dustin Jeffrey, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Dustin Jeffrey, who combined for four points in 34 games between the Penguins and Stars this past season, was added to the mix Wednesday, along with Cal O'Reilly, to help boost the Canucks' depth down the middle.
  • Jeffrey Will Not Be On Stars Next Season

    News: Dustin Jeffrey did not receive a qualifying offer from the Stars and will become a free agent Tuesday.
    Analysis: Dustin Jeffrey is a 26-year-old veteran of 124 NHL games, but he's never played a full season. He's been productive in the AHL for the Texas Stars and Wilkes-Barre before that, but that production has never made the leap to the NHL, with his best effort coming in 2010-11, when he scored seven goals and five assists in 25 games for the Penguins.
  • AHL Stars' Jeffrey Has Three-Point Series Opener

    News: Dustin Jeffrey had three assists and a plus-3 rating in the Calder Cup opener against St. John's on Sunday.
    Analysis: Dustin Jeffrey has seven goals and five assists through 15 postseason games for the AHL Stars.
  • Jeffrey Scores Two For AHL Stars

    News: Dustin Jeffrey had a pair of goals for the AHL Stars in their 6-2 Game 7 win over Toronto on Tuesday.
    Analysis: Since the Stars were eliminated and Dustin Jeffrey was waived to return to the AHL, he has seven goals and two assists in 14 games.
  • Stars Waive Jeffrey

    News: Dustin Jeffrey was placed on waivers Monday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
    Analysis: With the Stars being ousted from the playoffs Sunday night, the team will try to pass Dustin Jeffrey through waivers with the hope that he can help out the AHL squad in their postseason.
  • Stars' Jeffrey Finally Finds Twine -- Twice

    News: Dustin Jeffrey scored his first and second goals of the season in Tuesday's 5-0 win over Washington. He finished the night plus-3.
    Analysis: He'd managed all of two assists in 26 games entering Tuesday's action, and with just 10 points in 21 games for AHL Texas, Dustin Jeffrey's not showing much offensive promise these days. Don't get too excited over the big night -- he skated a team-low 8:07.
  • Stars Recall Jeffrey

    News: Dustin Jeffrey was recalled from AHL Texas on Monday.
    Analysis: Dustin Jeffrey will swap in for Chris Mueller, who was reassigned to the minors in a corresponding move. With just one point in 12 games earlier this season with the Stars, Jeffrey isn't expected to make much of an impact in this go-around with the parent club.
  • Stars' Jeffrey Reassigned

    News: Dustin Jeffrey was reassigned to AHL Texas on Thursday, Mark Stepneski of NHL.com reports.
    Analysis: With Dustin Jeffrey's services not needed for the team's final game before the break, he'll head to the minors to log some ice time. Look for him to be back with the Stars after the Olympics.