Leafs acquire Wayne Primeau from Flames in exchange for Stralman, Stuart

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TORONTO - The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired Wayne Primeau from the Calgary Flames for defenceman Anton Stralman and forward Colin Stuart, the teams announced Monday.

The Leafs will also receive a second-round draft pick in 2011 while Calgary will take a seventh-round pick in 2012.

Primeau, 33, had four assists in 24 games with the Flames last season. The six-foot-four, 225-pound forward missed 58 regular season games and the playoffs with a foot injury.

Stralman, 22, recorded one goal and 12 assists with the Leafs in 38 games.

Stuart, 27, was originally acquired by Toronto in a trade with Atlanta on July 1. He scored five goals and added three assists in 33 games with the Thrashers last season.

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