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Cammalleri traded to Oilers by Kings for Jokinen

15 November 2017

Cammalleri had seven points (three goals, four assists) in 15 games for Los Angeles, with two points in his past 10 games.

The Edmonton Oilers have acquired Mike Cammalleri from the Los Angeles Kings for Jussi Jokinen, according to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos. With the trade, the Oilers gain the offensive help that they looked for when they initially signed Jokinen during free agency, but at a low-priced price-tag.

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His best season came in 2008-09 with the Calgary Flames where he scored a career high 39 goals and 43 assists.

Cammalleri, 35, signed a one-year, $1-million contract with the Kings and it represented their biggest offensive catch in free agency.

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He was returning to his roots by joining the Kings, after spending the first five seasons of his career in Los Angeles.

In his career, Cammalleri has scored 290 goals and 620 points in 855 games and has been impressive in the postseason as well, scoring 17 goal and 32 points in 32 contests, though he hasn't played in the playoffs since the 2010-11 season.

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The 34-year-old has spent time with Dallas, Tampa Bay, Carolina and Pittsburgh in his career, with 547 points in 905 National Hockey League games. Set to join his seventh team, Jokinen is still looking for his first Stanley Cup victory of his career. This season, the Finnish forward had record just a single point with the Oilers in 14 games.

Cammalleri traded to Oilers by Kings for Jokinen