Before tonight's game at Honda Center against the Edmonton Oilers, the Anaheim Ducks have made a trade. The Ducks traded defensemen Danny Syvret and center Rob Bordson to the Philadelphia Flyers for left wing Pat Maroon and right wing David Laliberte. The club made the announcement today.
Maroon was drafted by Philadelphia in the sixth round of the 2007 draft, and has yet to make his NHL debut. The 22-year old St. Louis native had five goals and three assists in nine games with the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL this season. Laliberte, 24, played in 11 games last season with the Flyers, tallying two goals and as assist. He has two goals and six assists in 18 games with Adirondack this season.
The 25-year old Syvret appeared in six games for the Ducks this season, scoring a goal and an assist. Bordson, 22, had a goal and two assists in 15 games with Syracuse this season, his first year with the Crunch.
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