The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Josh Currie to a two-year contract.
Currie, 25, has spent the past three seasons with the AHL's Bakersfield Condors, leading the team in scoring this past season with 46 points (20G, 26A) in 68 games.
The 5'11", 190-pound forward has posted 106 points (52G, 54A), 129 penalty minutes and a +7 plus-minus rating in 188 career AHL games.
The native of Charlottetown, PEI appeared in 154 ECHL games prior to joining the Condors early in 2015-16, earning 85 points (35G, 50A). While in the ECHL, he played with the Gwinnett Gladiators, Bakersfield and the Norfolk Admirals.
Currie also played for the QMJHL's Prince Edward Island Rocket from 2009-13, serving as team captain in his last two seasons, posting 104 points (49G, 55A) in his final QMJHL campaign.