The Edmonton Oilers have traded forward Mitchell Moroz to the Arizona Coyotes for forward Henrik Samuelsson.

Samuelsson, the son of long-time Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Ulf, was originally taken in the first round of the 2012 National Hockey League Entry Draft at 27th overall.

A native of Pittsburgh, Samuelsson has spent the season with the Coyotes' American Hockey League affiliate Tucson Roadrunners. The 22-year-old has appeared in 20 contests, scoring a pair of goals and adding an assist.

Samuelsson played in three games for the Coyotes in 2014-15. In 131 career AHL games over three seasons, Samuelsson has 23 goals and 32 assists.

The trade actually represents a return to Edmonton for Samuelsson. He spent three seasons with the Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League and captured the Memorial Cup with the team in 2014. Samuelsson registered four goals and four assists in the tournament.

One of his teammates on that Oil Kings club was Moroz.

A native of Calgary. Moroz was taken five picks after Samuelsson in the 2012 draft (32nd overall). In 123 AHL contests over three seasons, Moroz has registered 11 goals and 11 assists.