Found July 08, 2013 on The 6th Sens:
As per Doni B the Sens have brought back Joe Corvo for his second stint in the nation's capital on a one-year, $900,000 deal. Corvo's 2 years here weren't exactly glamorous as his dumb turnovers and poor defensive play never went unnoticed among fans, and didn't get along well with the media, earning himself the nickname "Uh-Oh" Corvo. He didn't really like it here, asked for a trade, and ended up scoring a hat-trick in his first game against the Sens with Carolina.     That's sports for you right there folks. The two things I will always remember Corvo for will be when he scored that weird knucklepuck goal in OT vs the Sabres and being a grown man with frost licks when not even boy bands had them anymore. Corvo's brought himself into the Ottawa spotlight again in February 2012 when Turris hit Corvo and almost made Jack Edwards cry live on TV. Corvo got angry over the hit, and then backed off almost immediately. ...
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