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Sabres' stats: Boyes leads the way

It's always fun to look back and see what players who were traded in the middle of the season ended up doing for the full year.

I've looked over the list of traded players in 2010-11, and the one with the most points was Brad Boyes of the Sabres. He finished with 55. The top 10:

Player – Teams - Pts.

Brad Boyes – St. Louis, Buffalo – 55

Chris Stewart – Colorado, St. Louis – 53

James Wisniewski – N.Y. Islanders, Montreal - 51

Tomas Kaberle – Toronto, Boston - 47

Alex Goligoski – Pittsburgh, Dallas – 46

Kris Versteeg – Toronto, Philadelphia - 46

James Neal – Dallas, Pittsburgh – 45

Dustin Penner – Edmonton, Los Angeles – 45

Blake Wheeler – Boston, Atlanta - 44

Keith Shattenkirk – Colorado, St. Louis - 43


For the all-time list, headed by Joe Thornton, click here.


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