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Stars make first trade with GM Hull, get Lampman from Tampa Bay

DALLAS - Dallas acquired defenceman Bryce Lampman from Tampa Bay on Monday, the first trade by the Stars since firing their general manager last week and making Brett Hull a co-general manager.

The Stars sent defenceman Mario Scalzo to Tampa Bay. Lampman will report to the Iowa Stars, the team's primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League.

Originally a fourth-round pick by the New York Rangers in 2001, Lampman skated in 10 games with the Rangers over three seasons before being traded to Tampa Bay in July. He appeared in 16 games for Norfolk of the AHL this season, and had six points and four penalty minutes.

Dallas fired GM Doug Armstrong on Nov. 13, then named Hull and Les Jackson interim co-GMs for the remainder of the season.

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