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Oilers land Andrej Sekera, Mark Letestu

The Edmonton Oilers have continued their off-season makeover, signing defenceman Andrej Sekera and centre Mark Letestu on Wednesday.

Edmonton adds 2 free agents

The Edmonton Oilers signed 29-year-old defenceman Andrej Sekera to a six-year deal worth $33 million US. (Jared Silber/NHLI/Getty Images)

The Edmonton Oilers have continued their off-season makeover, signing defenceman Andrej Sekera and centre Mark Letestu on Wednesday.

Sekera's deal is worth $33 million US over six years, while Letestu will reportedly earn $5.4 million over three years.

Sekera had three goals and 20 assists over 73 games with Carolina and Los Angeles last season.

The native of Bojnice, Slovakia, has 31 goals and 128 assists in 486 games with Buffalo, Carolina and Los Angeles.

Letestu had seven goals and six assists in 54 games with the Blue Jackets last season.

The native of Elk Point, Alta., has 58 goals and 69 assists in 318 games with Pittsburgh and Columbus.

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