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Stars and Avalanche swap minor leaguers

Apr 2, 2013, 11:12 PM EDT

The Dallas Stars traded Derek Roy and Jaromir Jagr on Tuesday. Those were among the blockbusters of the day.

The Stars also dealt forward Tomas Vincour to the Colorado Avalanche for defenseman Cameron Gaunce. The Stars then assigned Gaunce to the Texas Stars in the American Hockey League, as per a statement on the NHL team’s website.

Vincour has played in 86 career NHL games with Dallas, scoring seven times and adding a total of 15 points over a span of three seasons. Gaunce, 23, has played in 11 career NHL games.

As a member in the Avalanche farm system, Gaunce had nine goals and 60 and 272 penalty minutes in 197 games with the Lake Erie Monsters in the AHL.

  1. govtminion - Apr 2, 2013 at 11:19 PM

    Well, THIS should get both teams back on track to winning Cups. Kudos to them for fixing the major holes they both have in their systems.

  2. sabatimus - Apr 2, 2013 at 11:30 PM

    Stop the presses, eh? Apparently you couldn’t, Cam.

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