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Oilers' Paajarvi back to the farm

Edmonton Oilers forward Magnus Paajarvi competes in a puck handling demo during the Oilers Skills...

Edmonton Oilers forward Magnus Paajarvi competes in a puck handling demo during the Oilers Skills Competition held at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta, on Jan. 14, 2012. (IAN KUCERAK/QMI Agency)

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, Last Updated: 1:53 PM ET

After a pointless three game visit back to the big league, Oilers forward Magnus Paajarvi is heading for the farm team.

The right winger joins defenceman Taylor Chorney and left-winger Teemu Haritkainen in the trip to Oklahoma City.

Paajarvi was only shipped back up to the Oilers Jan. 10. He played three games with the team, scoring zero points on six shots and going -2.

In his first stint with the Barons - a 10 game stretch - the 6-2, 204-pounder scored nine points.

Chorney, 24, has played 24 games with the Barons this season recording 11 points. He has also appeared in five NHL games with the Oilers - for zero points - and St. Louis Blues.

In 61 career games the 6'1", 189-pound Thunder Bay, Ontario native has one goal and six assists.

Hartikainen, 21, has 19 points in 28 games with the Barons. He has also played in five games with the Oilers this season, also for no points.


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