Cammalleri has three goals and four assists in 15 games with the Kings this season.
After a 60-point campaign just two seasons ago as a member of the Florida Panthers, Jokinen has just a single assist this year. The team made him a second-round pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. 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 went on to play for the Montreal Canadiens the following season before returning to the Flames for a second stint in 2012.
The Oilers have scored 38 goals this season - which is last in the National Hockey League in goals scored as does the team's goals per game. While Jokinen was given $100,000 more in his one-year deal, the Oilers were set to part ways with the 34-year-old. Set to join the Kings who are looking like legitimate Stanley Cup contenders in the early-goings of the season, Jokinen could find himself in the postseason for the first time since 2015-16 after missing the postseason with the Panthers previous year.