Found February 21, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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We have a trade to announce... Bob McKenzie (the real one) is reporting on Twitter that the Avs have acquired Steve Downie from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Downie is in the last year of his contract paying him $1.85 million after which he will be a restricted free agent. Downie is a 5'11 191 pound player with some grit and some finish around the net when paired with the right people. Downie...
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