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Red Wings trade defenceman Kent Huskins to Flyers for conditional 7th-round pick in 2014

DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings have traded veteran defenceman Kent Huskins to the Philadelphia Flyers for a conditional seventh-round pick in next year's NHL draft.

The deal was announced Saturday.

Detroit signed the 32-year-old Huskins on Jan. 22, and he didn't have a point in 11 games. He previously played for St. Louis, San Jose and Anaheim, compiling 13 goals and 54 assists. Huskins helped the Ducks win the 2007 Stanley Cup title.

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