OTTAWA - The Calgary Flames have been busy at the NHL Entry Draft, acquiring talented centre Mike Cammalleri in a three-way deal on Friday.
The Flames sent their first round pick, 17th overall, to the Los Angeles Kings for Cammalleri. The Kings then sent the 17th and 28th overall picks to Anaheim for the Ducks' 12th overall selection.
The rebuilding Kings also have the second overall pick.
Cammalleri will likely play with Flames superstar winger Jarome Iginla next season.
Cammalleri, from Richmond Hill, Ont., had 19 goals and 28 assists in 63 games last season. His best season was 2006-07, when he had 31 goals and 46 assists in 81 games.
According to various media reports, the Flames also traded centre Alex Tanguay to the Montreal Canadiens for their first-round pick, 25th overall.