Brenden Morrow Trade: 5 Ways He Improves Penguins' Stanley Cup Chances

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Brenden Morrow Trade: 5 Ways He Improves Penguins' Stanley Cup Chances
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are not satisfied with winning 12 games in a row and taking charge in the Eastern Conference.

General manager Ray Shero wants to make sure his team is Stanley Cup-viable when the regular season comes to an end. He took a solid step to make that happen when he traded for veteran winger Brenden Morrow (per CBCnews.ca).

The Penguins sent the Dallas Stars defense prospect Joe Morrow (no relation) and a fifth-round draft pick in 2013. The Penguins also received a third-round draft pick from the Stars.

Morrow has been with the Stars throughout his 13-year career. He waived a no-trade clause and will play a vital role for the Penguins.

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