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Oklahoma scene: Barons lose forward Magnus Paajarvi to Edmonton Oilers

Less than a week after Paajarvi was sent to Oklahoma City, the NHL team takes the 20-year-old off the Barons' roster.
From Staff Reports Published: February 4, 2013

The Edmonton Oilers recalled forward Magnus Paajarvi from the Oklahoma City Barons. Paajarvi, 20, is returning to the National Hockey League team less than a week after being sent down to Oklahoma City. He has four goals and 20 points in 37 games with the American Hockey League team this season; Paajarvi started the season with the Barons and was one of several players called up to Edmonton when the NHL lockout ended.


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