The Edmonton Oilers have acquired veteran centre Michael Cammalleri from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for left winger Jussi Jokinen, the clubs announced Tuesday. While Jokinen was given $100,000 more in his one-year deal, the Oilers were set to part ways with the 34-year-old.
The 6-0, 191-pound native of Kalajoki, Finland has played for the Oilers, Florida Panthers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas Stars during his 13-year National Hockey League career.
Tehachapi honors local veterans during ceremony at Central Park
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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.
Cammalleri has three goals and seven points in 15 games this season for the Kings, while Jokinen has just a single assist in 14 games for the Oilers.
Will provide full support to Balochistan to improve security situation: PM
The Prime Minister on the occasion announced to chalk out a ten year development package for Balochistan. The meeting offered prayers for the martyrs of terrorist incident that ocurred recently in Quetta .
Drafted in the sixth-round (192nd overall) by the Stars during the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, he has appeared in 54 playoff games, posting 32 points (17-15=32), a plus-10 rating and 20 penalty minutes.
The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports West and KABC Radio 790 with pregame shows beginning at 7 p.m.
Georgia networking event invites whites to 'Come Meet a Black Person'
Come Meet a Black Person will be held at Cornerstone in Lawrenceville, Georgia on Thursday, November 16. It will also include a cultural scavenger hunt aimed at enlightening guests about the Black community.