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July 2, 2012 | 5:50pm ET
Stars trade Ott, Pardy to Sabres for Roy

The Dallas Stars have traded center Steve Ott and defenseman Adam Pardy to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for center Derek Roy.

Roy, 29, posted 17 goals and 27 assists for 44 points, with 54 penalty minutes, in 80 games with the Sabres this past season.

Ott, 29, registered 11 goals and 28 assists for 39 points, along with 156 penalty minutes, in 74 games with the Stars in 2011-12.

A native of Summerside, PEI, Ott was selected by Dallas in the first round (25th overall) of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. In 566 career games with the Stars, he has totaled 85 goals and 135 assists for 220 points, and 1,170 penalty minutes.

Pardy, 28, picked up three assists and 16 penalty minutes in 36 games with the Stars. He missed the rest of the campaign because of a rib injury.

Selected by the Flames in the sixth round (173rd overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, the Bonavista, Newfoundland native has recorded four goals and 25 assists for 29 points and 157 penalty minutes in 183 career games.

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