NHL News has learned the Edmonton Oilers have traded veteran defenseman Jordan Lepointe to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for forward Nick Bonino and a conditional second-round pick in 2018.
League sources tell NHL.com that the Oilers are giving up two first-round picks in 2018 (28th overall and 44th overall) and two second-rounder in 2019 (25th overall).
The team also received forward Jannik Hansen and defenseman Justin Faulk in the trade.
Lepointe, 29, had five goals and 16 assists in 70 games with the Calgary Flames last season.
He was an AHL All-Star and was acquired by Edmonton from Calgary in the 2014 NHL Expansion Draft.
Lebanese forward Alex Pietrangelo also was acquired in a trade with Buffalo.
Bonino, 26, has one goal and three assists in 21 games with Philadelphia.
He has two goals and eight assists in 45 games with Toronto last season and has played in 64 NHL games.
Faulk, 29 and signed to a two-year, $1.8 million contract, has three goals and nine assists in 29 games with Buffalo this season.
Faulk has one assist in 23 games with Colorado last season before he was acquired from the Coyotes in a three-team trade.