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Anaheim Ducks acquire Jaffray from Calgary Flames, re-sign G Levasseur

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks have acquired forward Jason Jaffray from the Calgary Flames in exchange for left-winger Logan MacMillan.

Also Wednesday, the Ducks re-signed minor league goalie Jean-Philippe Levasseur to a one-year contract extension.

Jaffray went scoreless in three games with the Flames last season after playing 33 games over the previous two seasons with the Vancouver Canucks. He played 72 games for Abbotsford of the AHL last season, leading the Heat with 54 points and a plus-24 rating.

MacMillan was a first-round pick by Anaheim in 2007, but spent most of last season with Bakersfield of the ECHL.

Levasseur went 8-16-1 for Springfield of the AHL last season, also playing in the ECHL and the CHL.


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