Found January 10, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Derek Roy
TEAMS: Dallas Stars
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There are not too many players in the NHL for whom I feel the lockout was beneficial in the long run. But in the case of some players who were rehabbing injuries that would have forced them to miss time had the 2012-13 season begun on time, the added recuperation time could prove to be beneficial. One such player is new Dallas Stars center Derek Roy. After undergoing shoulder surgery in July,...
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