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Edmonton Oilers acquire sniper Mike Cammalleri from Kings

15 Novembre 2017

The Edmonton Oilers have acquired forward Mike Cammalleri from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for forward Jussi Jokinen, the team announced on Tuesday.

Cammalleri signed a one-year deal with Los Angeles back in July, appearing in 15 games with the team during the 2017-18 season.

Cammalleri, 35, has 620 points (290 goals, 330 assists) in 855 games with the Kings, Calgary Flames, Montreal Canadiens and New Jersey Devils. He can still be a productive NHLer, just don't expect him to carry much fantasy value going forward.

Cammalleri is set to earn a base-salary of $1 million this season.

In 14 games this season with the Oilers, the 34-year-old Jokinen has recorded only one assist in 14 games and has failed to catch on in Edmonton after three seasons in Florida.

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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 855 career National Hockey League games with Los Angeles, Calgary, Montreal and New Jersey, Cammalleri has put up 290 goals and 620 points. The Oilers have just 14, good for second-worst in the conference.

That homecoming lasted six weeks into the season. Set to join his seventh team, Jokinen is still looking for his first Stanley Cup victory of his career.

Jokinen has 186 goals in 905 games and scored a career-high 30 goals for Carolina in 2009-10.

Edmonton Oilers acquire sniper Mike Cammalleri from Kings