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Panthers re-acquire Barch from Devils from Timmins

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9/28/2013 1:02:01 PM
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Newark, NJ (Sports Network) - The New Jersey Devils traded forward Krys Barch and a seventh-round pick in 2015 to the Florida Panthers for forward Scott Timmins and a sixth-round pick in 2014.

Barch had no points and 44 penalty minutes in 22 games for the Devils in 2012-13. He has 12 goals, 19 assists and 713 penalty minutes in 326 NHL games with the Stars, Panthers and Devils.

Timmins had no points in five games for the Panthers last season. He's played 24 NHL games for the Panthers and has one goal and no assists.

The seventh-round pick acquired by the Panthers is the St. Louis Blues' selection that New Jersey picked up in a trade for Matt D'Agostini in March.

Krys Barch after a fight (Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images )

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(Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images )
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