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By 2001, however, Hasek had yet to add a Stanley Cup to his trophy case. He informed the Sabres he wanted to play one more season but with a contender. On July 1, 2001, they traded Hasek to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for Vyacheslav Kozlov, a 2002 first-round pick and future considerations.

I don’t know. That trade worked out pretty well.

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