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Cann makes 46 saves then finds out he's been traded as Petes top Generals 10-2

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PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Trevor Cann made 46 saves to win his last game as a Peterborough Pete, learning shortly after game time he'd been traded to the London Knights.

The Petes blew out the Oshawa Generals 10-2 in OHL action Thursday with Pat Daley's six-point effort leading the way.

The Petes dealt the veteran goalie to London for European forward Sergei Korostin, 17-year-old defenceman Baron Smith, son of ex-Edmonton Oiler Steve Smith and a second-round draft pick in 2010.

Daley had two goals and four assists and rookie Ryan Spooner had a goal and four assists for the Petes (8-10-0-1) while Zach Harnden and Brett Theberge each scored twice and Zack Kassian, Chad Lowry and Liam Heelis added singles.

John Tavares and Kory Nagy replied for Oshawa (7-10-0-1), which trailed 5-1 after 20 minutes and 9-2 after 40.

Oshawa rookie Kevin Bailie surrendered three goals on eight shots and Darryl Borden seven goals on 35 shots.

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