Oilers acquire Cammalleri from Kings for Jokinen

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

The Kings traded Cammalleri to the Edmonton Oilers for another veteran, Jussi Jokinen, before their Tuesday game against the Vancouver Canucks at Staples Center.

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Cammalleri, 35, signed a one-year, $1-million contract with the Kings and it represented their biggest offensive catch in free agency. The Oilers have just 14, good for second-worst in the conference. Starting with the Kings in Los Angeles, the Toronto-native played for four seasons in California before playing the 2008-09 season in Calgary. He has scored three goals (two of which have come on the power play) and added four assists. The team made him a second-round pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.

In 855 career National Hockey League games with Los Angeles, Calgary, Montreal and New Jersey, Cammalleri has put up 290 goals and 620 points. He went on to play for the Montreal Canadiens the following season before returning to the Flames for a second stint in 2012.

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That homecoming lasted six weeks into the season.

Jokinen, 34, has 547 points (186 goals, 361 assists) in 905 games with the Oilers, Dallas Stars, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, Pittsburgh Penguins and Florida Panthers.

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