By Joe Haggerty
EDMONTON, AB CSNNE.com is reporting that Providence Bruins tough man Brian McGrattan has been traded from the Bs organization, according to sources with knowledge of the deal. McGrattanwas dealt to the Anaheim Ducks organization,and Bostonwill be gettingan unknownhockey assetin exchange for the veteran enforcer that never actually played a game in Boston this season.Rogers Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos tweeted that the deal was McGrattan andSeanZimmerman to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for AHL playersDavid Laliberte and Stephane Chaput, but that has yet to beconfirmed.McGrattan arrived in Boston as an invite to training camp, made the team out of camp and traveled with the Bs for their European Premiere games before eventually getting sent down to the AHL. The 29-year-old McGrattan played in 39 games with the P-Bruins and finished with four goals and an assist along with 97 penalty minutes at the AHL level following his demotion from Boston.
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