Edmonton Oilers trade Mark Letestu for Nashville winger

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The Mark Letestu era with the Edmonton Oilers is over.

The veteran forward was traded to the Nashville Predators Sunday morning for winger Pontus Aberg.

Letestu was then dealt to Columbus Blue Jackets for a fourth-round pick.

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Aberg, 24, was selected 37th overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He has three goals and seven goals in 52 NHL regular season games, as well as two goals and three assists in 18 playoff games.

Letestu had eight goals and 19 points in 60 games with the Oilers this season.

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The 33-year-old came to Edmonton in 2015 after spending three seasons with the Blue Jackets.

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The NHL trade deadline is Monday.

Oilers deadline deals

  • Saturday — Brandon Davidson to New York Islanders for 2019 third round pick