Friday, February 18, 2011

Habs acquire Paul Mara Ducks

MONTREAL --- The Chief of the Montreal Canadiens, Pierre Gauthier, announced late evening the acquisition of defenseman Paul Mara of the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a fifth-round pick, previously acquired from Anaheim in the deal that sent Maxim Lapierre in Anaheim, December 31, 2010.
      31 years old, Mara, who joined for the first time Canadians as a free agent July 10, 2009, took part in 33 games with the Ducks this season, collecting one goal, one assist, for a total of two points and 40 penalty minutes. In 714 NHL games, including 42 with the Canadiens, with whom he recorded eight assists in 2009-2010, the defender of 6'4''and 207 lbs tallied 64 goals, 185 grants and a total of 249 points, be awarded more than 728 minutes of punishment.
Mara will join the team in Edmonton for the Canadiens game against the Oilers Thursday, February 17.

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