Found July 08, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
PLAYERS: Pat Cannone
TEAMS: Ottawa Senators
ST. LOUIS The Blues continued their busy offseason on Monday afternoon when General Manager Doug Armstrong announced the acquisition of forward Pat Cannone from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for future considerations. In 74 games last season for the Binghamton Senators of the American Hockey League, Cannone netted 10 goals, distributed 15 helpers and logged 41 penalty minutes. In his three total seasons in the AHL, the 26-year old tallied 70 points and 75 penalty minutes. Cannone played four years at Miami University (Ohio) and is originally from Bayport, New York.
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