Found January 22, 2012 on Pittsburghlive.com:
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Steve MacIntyre's climb to the NHL was an unusual one. From the time he turned pro in 2000 until his debut with the Edmonton Oilers in 2008, he played for eight teams in six leagues, four of which no longer exist.
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