Magnus Paajarvi
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 12/04/1991
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: EDM: 2009-10 overall

Appeared in 41 games with the Oilers recording eight points (2G, 6A), and four PIM...also appeared in 34 games with OKC collecting 25 points (7G, 18A)...collected his 1st point of the season on Nov. 5 @ PHX...had an assist on Dec. 2 vs CBJ...had an assist on Dec. 7 vs CAR...assigned to OKC on Dec. 16...recalled on Jan. 9...assigned to OKC on Jan. 25...recalled on Feb. 7...had an assist in 1st game back on Feb. 8 @ DET...had his 1st goal on the year on Feb. 11 @ OTT...also had an assist in that game...assigned to OKC on Mar. 1.



Appeared in 80 games with the Oilers recording 34 points (15G, 19A), -13 and 16 PIM...finished 14th in rookie scoring...played in his first NHL game being held scoreless with 2 PIM and 15:53 ice time...collected his 1st NHL goal and assist on Oct. 16 @ CGY...scored a goal and assist (all points have come against CGY this season) on Oct. 26 @ CGY... posted 2 assists and was +3 on Oct. 29 @ CHI...had an assist and was +2 on Dec. 1 @ MTL...had an assist and was +2 on Dec. 2 @ TOR...extended point streak to four games (4A) with assist on Dec. 7 vs. ANA...had a 5-game point streak (6 points) with a goal and assist on Dec. 10 vs TB...posted a goal and assist and was +2 on Dec. 16 vs CBJ...posted 2 goals on 2 shots on Feb. 5 @ CBJ...had a goal and 6 shots on goal on Mar. 26 vs CGY.


Played in 49 games with Timra IK in the Swedish Elite League collecting 29 points (12G,17A)...was 3rd in team scoring...was a teammate of Oiler prospect Anton Lander...nominated for Elitserien Rookie of the Year.


Finished the season with 17 points (7G,10A) in 50 games in his second season with Timra IK...finished 9th in team scoring just behind his older brother, Bjorn.


Played in his 1st season in the SEL scoring one goal and two assists in 35 games...made his debut on September 24 at age 16 (5 months, 12 days), becoming the fourth youngest player in Elitserien’s history...during the game he recorded an assist on Timrå’s 1–0 goal in the first period of play...his first goal was a game winning 1–0 goal against HV71 on February 16, 2008, assisted by linemate Anton Lander.


Was a member of Team Sweden in the 2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Pardubice and Liberec, Czech sixteen years and eight months old he became the youngest player ever to play for Sweden during a World Junior Hockey Championship...during the tournament he scored one goal and helped Sweden to the finals when assisting Mikael Backlund on Sweden’s overtime game winning goal against Russia in the semifinal...played with Sweden in the 2010 World Championship in Germany...was a member of the 2009 silver medal-winning Swedish team at the World Junior Championship in Ottawa...won bronze with Team Sweden at the 2010 World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan.