Found October 09, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The Montreal Canadiens' waiver claim of center Blair Betts has been reversed due to shoulder injury. As a result, Betts was sent back to the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. Betts, who was waived on Tuesday, collected five goals, seven assists and eight penalty minutes with the Flyers last season. The 31-year-old Betts recorded 41 goals, 37 assists and 118 penalty minutes in 477 career games with the Calgary Flames, New York Rangers and Flyers.
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