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You can follow Todd on Twitter @ToddCordell! Lou Lamoriello has made yet another move. The New Jersey Devils have announced they've traded veteran defenseman Henrik Tallinder to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for prospect Riley Boychuk. I'll update this shortly. ** Devils sign Michael Ryder. I take an in-depth look at the Cory Schneider trade. ---------------------------------...
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