Found February 27, 2012 on nhl.com:
Tampa Bay Lightning rookie forward Brett Connolly isn’t going anywhere, General Manager Steve Yzerman said on Monday. Connolly has recorded four goals and nine points in 48 games this season, but has just one assist in his past 26 contest...
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